Motor India Sales Pvt. Ltd. launched the new Fazer FI Version 2.0 on September
17, 2014 for a price of Rs. 83,850 (Ex-Showroom Delhi). The new Fazer FI
Version 2.0 comes with a redesigned air-cooled 149cc, 4-stroke, SOHC,
single-cylinder, fuel-injected engine which produces 12.8bhp of power and
12.8Nm of torque.
bike has been built on a lightweight frame to bring the product in line with
concept of a sharpener and power-packed new FZ. Yamaha has incorporated their
Blue Core engine technology in the new Fazer FI Version 2.0 which will now be
available in Red Dawn, Black Hawk and White Cloud colours.
Fazer FI Version 2.0 has been designed on the same platform as the global Fazer
series. The tagline of the new Fazer FI Version 2.0 ‘Open your heart to the
touring spirit’ is appropriate as the bike is known for its touring abilities
and riders can enjoy a week end getaway on it.
of the new features on the Fazer FI Version 2.0 are a new engine which offers
enhanced acceleration and an increase in fuel efficiency by almost 14pc, fuel
injection, a light weight build, a redesigned tandem seat and grab bar for
better rider comfort and a multi-function instrument panel which now features
an ECO indicator to signify the bike is being driven in economy mode.
suspension on the new Fazer FI Version 2.0 is a telescopic type in the front
and a swingarm type in the rear. The bike also comes with new 100/80 R17 tyres
in the front and 140/60 R17 in the rear which have been integrated for improved
handling stability. The new Fazer FI Version 2.0 has a 267mm hydraulic disc
brake in the front and a drum brake in the rear.
Picture of new Fazer F1 version 2.0
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