Yamaha Motor (IYM) Pvt Ltd. as a part of its brand campaign “The Call of the
Blue”, has launched its first neo-retro motorcycle for the Indian market, the
FZ-X at a starting price of Rs 116,800 (Ex-Showroom, Delhi).
FZ-X will be available in the market by end of June and it will come in three
colours: Metallic Blue, Matt Copper and Matt
Variant Ex-showroom Delhi in Rs
(Without Bluetooth) 1,16,800
(With Bluetooth) 1,19,800
FZ-X model is powered by an air-cooled, 4-stroke, 149 cc, SOHC engine. The FZ-X
offers a masculine and commanding presence with strong metal components visible
on the fuel tank, side covers, engine guard, headlight stays, the front fender,
fender stay, and the grab-bar, for increased strength and durability. The front
forks are covered with stylish black color boots adding to the overall style.
new FZ-X comes with a 2-valve Blue Core FI Engine which generates 12.4PS of
peak power at 7,250 rpm and 13.3Nm of torque at 5,500 rpm. The exhaust note too
is extensively tuned to produce a powerful sound.
feature-loaded FZ-X is Bluetooth enabled, it also receives a Communication
Control Unit (1st in India for Yamaha bikes), which is compatible with Yamaha’s
dedicated Y-Connect app that helps users enjoy a fuller motorcycling lifestyle.
this, the rider can check smartphone notifications via the instrument cluster
icons, look at maintenance recommendations, track the bike’s last parking
location, track fuel consumption, receive malfunction notification, along with
a unique feature - The Revs Dashboard, which displays data such as engine rpm,
degree of throttle opening, rate of acceleration, an eco-friendly riding
indicator, etc on your smartphone.
attractive and innovative features include a unique looking Bi-functional LED
Headlight with Daytime LED Running Lamp (DRL), a newly designed negative LCD
console with a Power Socket, and an LED Taillight. The FZ-X also comes equipped
with side stand engine cut off switch which is a standard and mandatory feature
for all Yamaha two wheelers in India.
new FZ-X gets a higher handlebar that is positioned closer to the rider, which
in sync with a relatively flat and plush feeling step-up seat and
well-positioned foot pegs that offer improved ergonomics.
new FZ-X also showcases a minimum ground clearance of 165 mm and weighs 139 kg
(with oil and a full fuel tank). On the convenience front, Yamaha has also
offered a lower engine protector guard and for safety, a BOSCH single-channel
ABS with block pattern dual-purpose 100/80-17 (Front) and 140/60-17 (Rear) and
tubeless tyres to ensure maximum grip over every terrain.
bike was virtually launched in the presence of Motofumi Shitara, Chairman,
Yamaha Motor India Group of Companies.
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