2021 Sniper 155

The Sniper 150 is one of the most popular underbones in the country because of its practical and high-performing nature. It features a sporty design with sleek and angular lines that offer it a stylish look. Capable of producing 17.7hp at 9,500rpm and 14.4Nm of torque at 8,000rpm, the new powerplant is mated to a six-speed manual transmission and now gets an assist and slipper clutch. The Sniper shares the same engine with the other 155cc bikes in Yamaha’s lineup: the XSR155, the MT-15, the R15, the WR155, and even the Mio variants. The Yamaha Sniper 155 front suspension was improved for a longer stroke—from 90mm to 100mm—while the rear shock absorber features a single axis for more stable cornering. The bike also features a kill switch on the right handlebar and a passing light button on the left. Its new LCD multi-function meter panel shows the tachometer and the gear in use. Other add-ons include a keyless ignition system and a built-in phone charger. Located underneath the sporty two-step seat is a 5.4-liter fuel tank which is larger than the previous model’s 4.2-liter. In terms of styling, the Sniper inherits the fascia and taillight designs from Yamaha’s flagship products, the R1 and R6 sportbikes, but with beefier body panels.

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