|Engine Displ. :||149 cc|
|Power :||13.2 PS @8000 rpm|
|Mileage :||53 Kmpl|
|No Of Gears :||5 Speed|
|Fuel System :||Fuel Injection|
|Head Lamp :||Halogen|
|Wheels Type :||Alloy|
|Tyre Type :||Tubeless|
|Standard Warranty (Years) :||2|
January 12, 2018:
Yamaha India has introduced the FZS-Fi with rear disc brake. The new motorcycle has been priced at Rs 86,042 (ex-showroom, Delhi) and will also be offered in anew shade of blue called "Armada Blue".
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Yamaha FZ gets fuel injection and a new engine. Peak power and maximum torque have been shaved off and the bike loses weight too. We take a quick ride to see how it feels and find out what really is new...
The Yamaha FZ-S FI has completed more than one year in the ZigWheels garage and also crossed 17,000km on the odo. Here’s what we have to say about the bike.
The Yamaha FZ-S FI has clocked the 10,000km mark despite the high number of kilometres being clocked the bike continues to impress us amid a few niggles. For more news, pricing and other details on the Yamaha FZ-S FI log on to ZigWheels.com
The Yamaha FZ S is an attempt by Yamaha to keep the FZ16 alive in the Indian two-wheeler market by giving it a cosmetic update in terms of new paint schemes and striking graphics.
The second generation FZ-S FI Version 2.0 carries forward the muscular stance that was the trademark of the first generation FZ. The headlamp is now sharper and looks minimalistic. Atop sits a new instrument console with a new “Eco indicator”. The tank extensions get a new design. Then there are new graphics and paint schemes. The rear is completely new with new panels, tail lamp unit, split seats, split grab rails, new exhaust and the addition of a tyre hugger.
The chassis is new while the suspension has been reworked for better dynamics. The new FZ is also 3 kilos lighter. The new bike has improved manoeuvrability and feels more agile and stable in corners. The new engine now features a smaller displacement but now gets fuel injection. The new motor makes 13.1PS and 12.8Nm of torque – a drop from 14PS and 13.6Nm of the first-gen FZ. The new motor comes with Blue Core technology and is more refined and efficient. The new motor feels happy to rev.
Suzuki Gixxer: The Gixxer is our pick of the lot thanks to its balance of power, ride and dynamics and most important, its fun-to-ride factor. That with the typical Japanese quality and smoothness makes it a no brainer.
Bajaj Pulsar NS 160: The newest kid on the block is the one with the most segment-first features here. The bigger NS 200 styling is appreciated though let down by skinny tyres. The bike handles well thanks to its perimeter frame and sorted suspension while the new motor is a smooth rev happy one and makes the NS 160 one of the fastest bikes in the segment.
Honda CB Hornet 160: The Hornet is quite a looker thanks to its aggressive stance and large proportions. The motor is the most powerful here though not the most refined. The handling too lags behind its rivals in terms of agility. What it gets are good reliability and brilliant fit and finish levels but that comes at a price too. It is the most expensive motorcycle in its segment.
The second generation FZ-Fi already feels dated thanks to its strong competition. It is the least powerful bike here though it can still hold a candle when it comes to dynamics. it though is in desperate need of an upgrade - both in terms of styling and performance.
Yamaha FZ S FI (V 2.0) is available in 7 Colours :
Syling, Performance, Build quality
Pricing, Fuel efficiency
The Yamaha FZ S is the snazzier version of the FZ16 and possesses all the qualities that made Indian bikers to warmly accept it in our market.
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