Yamaha has discontinued 5 of its models from the Indian line-up as part of its product re-structuring. These include theSS 125, SZ-RR, YBR 110, YBR 125 and the SZ-S 150. These bikes do not appear on Yamaha's website either, which is a clear indication of them going out of production.
Starting with the entry levelYBR 110, which did not make a dent in the market, the other models - Yamaha YBR 125 and the SS 125, are now replaced with the newYamaha Saluto.The YBR and SS 125 seemed dated were not doing well on the sales front either. The new Saluto is an advanced motorcycle with an improved fuel efficiency of78 km/l and comes across as the more desirable one.Yamahahas also discontinued the SZ-RR and SZ-S 150cc motorcycles from its lineup, which fall below the FZ series.
The current line up of Yamaha in India comprises of theCrux 106cc, Saluto 125cc, SZ-RR V2.0, FZ V1.0, FZ FI V2.0, FZ-S V1.0, FZ-S FI V2.0, Fazer 153cc, Fazer FI V2.0, YZF-R15 V2.0 and the newly launched YZF-R3.
Source : MotorOctane