The wait is over, the all-new Yamaha FZ-X will go on sale from 18th June 2021. However, official bookings are yet to be commenced.
The most awaited Yahama FZ-X will be on sale from tomorrow (18th June 2021). The official bookings are yet to be commenced, but the Yamaha dealers have unofficially started accepting pre-orders from customers at an initial token amount of INR 1,000 to INR 5,000.
The all-new Yamaha FZ-X is based on the FZS V3 platform. The design of the motorcycle is very much similar to the XSR 155. The starting range of the FZ is available at a starting price of INR 1.04 lakh and the top variant will cost you around INR 1.11 lakh. According to our source, the Yamaha FZ_X will cost more than the FZ series and will cost you around INR 1.15 lakh.
AS this bike shares its design dynamics from XSR, the FZ-X comes with an old-school or we can say retro-styled circular LED headlamps with aluminum finished brackets. You will see a boxy fuel tank, a flat seat, an upright handle and boomeranf shaped radiator grille. For more details, the bike has an upswept exhaust and a digital instrument console.
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According to leaked news about the car, the new Yamaha FZ-X is 30mm long, 4mm wide, and 35mm tall as compared to its naked sibling. This motorcycle measures 2,020mm in length, 785mm in width, and 1,115mm in height. You will get a wheelbase of 1,330mm with this bike which is similar to that of the FZ15. Three colour options are offered by the brand with this bike: Matte Orange, Matte Black and Blue.
A 149cc single-cylinder, air-cooled engine will power this motorcycle which is also seen in the FZ FI series. This engine churns out 12bhp at 7,250rpm and 13.3nm of torque at 5,500rpm and is paired to a 5-speed constant mesh gearbox.
Talking about the suspension of the bike, the bike will have conventional telescopic front forks and a 7-step adjustable monocross at the rear. Talking about the braking part, the bike has 282mm front and 220mm rear disc brakes and will be assisted by a single-channel ABS system.
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