Ride Above the Rest with the New Sniper 155

Date posted on May 22, 2021
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Yamaha Motor Philippines has officially launched the new Sniper 155 and Sniper 155R digitally on May 22.

The new Sniper promises to give you a “Ride Above the Rest”. It is designed for action and engineered to last.

Here are some of its features:

all-new liquid-cooled 155cc SOHC 4-valve fuel-injected engine
Variable Valve Actuation
Assist and Slipper Clutch
6-speed transmission
Individual Ignition Timing Maps for each gear
new lightweight frame
Exhaust System Layout
Intake System Layout
Negative LCD instrument panel
Sport style seat
R1-inspired LED Tail Light
separate high/low beam LED headlight
Smart Key System
front brake with 2-pot caliper
12V power socket

The Sniper 155 has an SRP of Php 114, 900 and is available in Race Blu, Yellow Hornet and Black Raven colors. Meanwhile, the Sniper 155R  is available in Matte Titan and has an SRP of Php 120, 900. These are available at the Revzone,  Yzone and Yamaha 3S Shops.

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