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yamaha-logoTHMB.jpg Yamaha recalls 1,155 units of YZF-R3 motorcycle

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SME Times News Bureau | 17 Feb, 2017
Two-wheeler manufacturer India Yamaha Motor on Thursday recalled 1,155 units of its YZF-R3 motorcycle in the country.

"Recently, the parent company Yamaha Motor Co., Japan, has detected a defect in its fuel tank bracket and main switch sub assembly, and has announced a recall," the company said in a statement.

"In India, this will affect 1,155 vehicles."

According to the company, it has initiated a factory modification campaign under which the defective parts will be replaced with a modified one on a 'free of cost' basis at Yamaha dealerships.

The motorcycle launched in August, 2015 mounts a newly developed 321 cc, liquid-cooled, four-stroke, in-line two-cylinder, fuel-injected engine.

Last year, the company had recalled more than 900 units of YZF-R3 bikes to fix clutch pressure plate assy and oil pump assy malfunction. 
 
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