Yamaha launches the FZ-X in India at Rs 1.16 lakh, ex-showroom (starting price). The motorcycle features a host of new technologies and a retro-roadster design.
Bookings are open for the motorcycle. The company is also offering the first 200 customers a Yamaha G-Shock watch. Variants & Pricing FZ-X Standard: 1.16 lakh FZ-X and Bluetooth: 1.19 lakh All prices mentioned are ex-showroom (Delhi). Deliveries is said to begin from this month. Colours: Matt Copper, Matt Black and Metallic Blue.
Design The FZ-X features a retro-roadster look with round-shaped headlamps and a tear-drop fuel tank. The fuel tank has a black metal strip in the middle with no fairing because of its roadster design. The FZ-X features an up-right riding geometry with a single-piece raised handlebar. The relaxed riding position is further complemented by a well-cushioned seat and normally-positioned footpegs, and good recess on the fuel tank to hold the rider’s knee.
Other design features: Blacked-out exhaust, Ribbed single-piece seat, Rear grab rails, Blacked-out fenders, Boomerang-shaped side-fairing and Engine cowl.
The FZ-X comes with a host of new features including ‘Yamaha Connect X’ Bluetooth connectivity via the smartphone application. This provides SMS & incoming call alerts along with battery status, and much more. The application also provides Ranking against global Yamaha owners for riding. Other features: LED headlamps with integrated DRLs, LED tail lamp, Full-digital instrument cluster, Fuel-Consumption check via app, Locate your bike via app, Riding history via app, Side-stand engine cut-off, Single-channel ABS and block-pattern tyres.
The FZ-X comes with the 149cc single-cylinder, air-cooled, fuel-injected engine paired to a five-speed gearbox as standard. Max power: 12bhp @ 7,250rpm and Peak torque: 13.6Nm @ 5,500rpm. The FZ-X borrows all its mechanicals from the standard FZ model.
Suspension Front: Telescopic fork Rear and Mono-shock adjustable for pre-load Yamaha has announced a couple of new exciting products. This includes the newly launched Yamaha FZ-X. The new motorcycle features a retro-roaster look and comes loaded with the latest technology that appeals to segment buyers.