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The Monster Energy Yamaha Aerox 155 MotoGP (we know, a long name that!) is not a new launch really, having first been introduced back in 2022. The MotoGP Edition Aerox 155 stays true to the standard Aerox 155, except for the Monster Energy livery. However, it now gets a new ‘Class D’ headlight and it is now compliant with the BS6 phase two emission norms. It now also costs Rs 7000 more than when it was originally introduced.

The ‘Class D’ headlight basically helps in brighter illumination and enhances visibility in order to make night riding safe. Everything else remains the same, which means the Aerox 155 MotoGP Edition retains the tubular steel frame chassis, and the 155 cc liquid-cooled engine with 14.8 bhp and 1.4 kgm of torque on offer. In terms of features, it also gets traction control, a start-stop system, app-based smartphone connectivity, and a 25-litre underseat storage space among others.

The Yamaha Aerox 155 is a fun scooter for sure — check out our review right here!