Ahead of the launch of upcoming Yamaha YZF-R15 V3.0 (Version 3), Yamaha India has given a one last update for the R15 V2.0 and R15 S before an all-new model.
This is in the form of Automatic Headlamp On (AHO) by omitting the headlight on/off switch in handle bar, a feature which is becoming standard in all the newly launched motorcycles in India. This move comes as the Indian government prepares to make it mandatory for all two-wheelers from April 2017.
As per a study conducted by the government, it found out that vehicles with AHO are less prone to accidents as it improves visibility and is more noticeable to the approaching vehicles.
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