Latest Yamaha FzX launched 2021 (Full Details)
Yamaha Motor India has launched its most anticipated modern retro design motorcycle all-new FZ-X. The motorcycle sets in the new retro cruiser segment and is the first motorcycle showcased by Yamaha India in this category. The bike looks incredible with unique styling and carries loads of modern technology to enhance the driving dynamics beyond the limits. The neo-retro motorcycle takes design inspiration from the XSR 155 with a round-shaped headlamp and teardrop-shaped fuel tank and it also comes with unique styling elements like aluminum brackets.
The new LED headlight & DRL makes the bike hard to miss during the day and stand out during the night giving better visibility of the road. The round-shaped classic bike headlight resembles the old classic look of the bike and elevates the front appearance to the next level.
The sleek Led tail light of the bike reminds of its legendary RX100 shaped similarly with round sides boxy design the backside is easily noticeable in the street.
The long flat single seat design lets both the rider and the pillion seat comfortably. It is longer, taller and wider than the naked commuter sibling and has a raised handlebar setup for relaxed riding posture.
The very useful feature power socket for mobile charging is given in the new FZ-X which allows the rider to charge mobile without any hassle when enjoying their long rides and staying connected.
The Y-Connect App helps rider to connect the bike with their smart phone and displays all important notification they need. The smartphone connectivity features includes calling alert, connection status, SMS alert, mobile battery status which helps driver to focus on road while riding and shows every notifications on the instrumental panel of the bike.
Yamaha FZ-X (Technical Specifications)
The new Yamaha FZ-X shares its engine with the FZ FI series. The 149cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder engine produces 12.2bhp of power at 7,250rpm and 13.6Nm of peak torque at 5,500rpm. The motor is linked to a five-speed gearbox. The hardware, too, is similar to the existing FZ series, and the new FZ-X uses telescopic front forks and a rear mono-shock to perform the suspension tasks. The braking duties are handled by disc brakes on both wheels while the safety net includes a single-channel ABS.
|TECH SPECS||YAMAHA FZ-X|
|Engine type||Air cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC, 2-valve|
|Transmission type||Constant mesh, 5-speed|
|Bore & stroke||57.3 mm × 57.9 mm|
|Compression ratio||9.6 : 1|
|Maximum Power||9.1kW (12.4PS) /7250 r/min|
|Maximum Torque||13.3 Nm (1.4kgfm)/ 5500 r/min|
|Ignition||TCI (Transistor Controlled Ignition)|
|Starting system type||Electric starter|
|Seat height||795 mm|
|Ground Clearance||165 mm|
|Front Suspension||Telescopic Fork, 41mm Inner Tube Diameter, with Fork Boot|
|Rear Suspension||7-Step Adjustable Monocross Suspension|
|Brake type (Front)||Disc 282 mm with ABS|
|Brake type (Rear)||Disc 220 mm|
|Fuel tank capacity||10L|
YAMAHA FZ-X colours
Yamaha FZ-X price in India
Yamaha Motor India has officially declared the price of its new motorcycle also first 200 customers get Yamaha Original Casio G-Shock Watch via online booking of the bike. The bike is first in its segment and with the competitive price range, it doesn’t have any direct rivals to compete within the market currently.
|Yamaha FZ-X variants||Yamaha FZ-X price|
|Yamaha FZ-X (Non-Bluetooth)||INR 1,16,000|
|Yamaha FZ-X (With-Bluetooth)||INR 1,19,000|