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Yamaha SZ-RR Specifications

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Engine Displ. : 149 cc
Mileage : 50 Kmpl
Power : 12.1 PS @ 7500 rpm
Gear Box : 5 Speed
Fuel System : Carburetor
ABS : no
Head Lamp : Halogen
Wheels Type : Alloy
Tyre Type : Tubeless
Standard Warranty (Years) : 2
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Yamaha SZ-RR Specifications Summary

SZ-RR Variants Key Specifications Key Features
Version 2.0
Rs. 71,483
149 cc, 50 Kmpl, 12.1 PS @ 7500 rpm view all 5 Speed Gear Box, Carburetor Fuel System, Halogen Head Lamp, Alloy Wheels, Tubeless Tyre view all

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Q. In long term usage, what are the pros & cons of this bike - SZ-RR?
  • Yamaha SZ-RR is a styling and well fuel efficient bike in its segment and the future with this bike will depend on how it is maintained. Read More: - Two-Wheeler Maintenance Guide: https://www.zigwheels.com/guide/two-wheeler-maintenance-guide# : By Zigwheels | 12 months ago
  • You need to spend good amount of money on its services, bike is good : By GAURAV | 3 months ago
  • Pros - it's engine, reliable, smooth during long ride over 500km.Cons - power, only 12 HP, and front disc not so strong due to single piston calliper : By Aditya | 4 months ago
Q. I would like to buy Yamaha SZ-RR. Unless ABS system available, is any problem for me?
  • The Yamaha SZ-RR is the premium variant of the SZ-S with split grab rail, smoked windscreen and snazzier paint schemes. The Indian Government has enforced the ABS mandate rule for all bikes (newly launched & existing) with engine capacity greater than 125cc from April next year. In April this year, the Government made ABS compulsory for all bikes (125cc and above) that are going to be launched henceforth. So, in might be possible that it will get ABS but as on now there is no official update regarding form the brand. : By Zigwheels | 1 year ago
  • It's a worst bike don't go for it. Buy Honda x blade, hornet 160,yamaha fzv3. : By Nithin | 3 months ago
  • No ABS : By Zeeshan | 3 months ago
Q. Which bike is better for long rides, comfort and low maintenance, Honda Unicorn 150 or Yamaha Yamaha SZ-RR?
  • The Honda Unicorn might not possess the same visual pizzazz of the Pulsar 150, but what it does offer is a bulletproof engine which is frugal as well. The Unicorn 150 is a better bet if you spend most of your time riding in city traffic and the engine refinement offered is still the benchmark in the segment. The only downside is the Honda CB Unicorn 150’s price, which is significantly more than its rivals. The CB Unicorn holds pride of place as Honda’s first motorcycle to be launched in India. Although it’s begun to look dated and far too common, it’s still the choice of many as a well-balanced purchase – offering an affordable 150cc bike that has also got adequate grunt and comfort, even with a passenger on board. At its price, the CB Unicorn is an expensive choice, but it’s also the most reputed as a no-fuss 150cc with good performance, fuel economy and refined engine. On the other hand, the Yamaha SZ-RR is the premium variant of the SZ-S with split grab rail, smoked windscreen and snazzier paint schemes. The Yamaha, on paper, is still the least powerful amongst its rivals, and it misses out on perceived “premium” features like a monoshock rear suspension. At that price, the Yamaha SZ-RR still seems like an expensive proposition, considering the other “value for money” options available. : By Zigwheels | 1 year ago
  • We would suggest you to pick for Yamaha SZ-RR. The bike makes a perfect match for those who prefer a good looking entry-level performance motorcycle that fulfills the value for money statement. However, it isn't one of the best selling products of the company but still somehow manages to show a fair amount of sales in the company’s sales charts. The bike has been designed impressively keeping in mind the desires of the common mass and young generation. With a stylish headlamp at the front, the bike gets sporty tank shrouds that enhances its overall character. The seating isn't top notch but still it proves its worth in offering comfort to the rider and pillion. It has been assisted with a powerful 245mm disc brake at the front that offers a good bite and a commendable stopping power. The twin rear view mirrors alerts the rider of his surroundings and hence prevents any mishap. The tubeless tyres offer a superior grip and do not deflate suddenly in case of a puncture. These bunch of features make a bike a safe and worthy companion for daily commuting as well as long journeys. Do take a test ride in order to judge your riding comfort. : By Zigwheels | 1 year ago
  • Yamaha sz rr is good. But I don't know about Honda Unicorn : By Medini | 2 months ago
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Q. What is the mileage and overall performance of this bike.Is it good or not - SZ-RR?
  • Yamaha SZ-RR is powered by a 149cc, four-stroke, air-cooled engine that has been paired with a five-speed gearbox which delivers 11.9bhp/12.8Nm. It has a long and sleek well-padded seat that provides an optimum comfort to the rider and pillion even on longer rides. The instrument cluster has been revised but it still shows analogue readings and comprises of a speedometer, tachometer, odometer and fuel gauge. It is priced at Rs. 77K (Ex-Showroom, Delhi). The engine has been further blessed with Yamaha’s Blue Core engine technology that ensures a superior combustion and cooling efficiency besides an improved fuel economy. The bike sprints from 0 to 60kmph in 5.9 seconds and reaches a top speed of 105kmph and returns a claimed mileage of 50kmpl. It runs on 17 inch tubeless tyres mounted over stylish black alloy wheels. The bike comes with 245mm hydraulic disc brake at the front and 130mm drum brake at the rear. It is equipped with reliable telescopic forks upfront and spring loaded hydraulic twin shock absorbers at the rear which gives comfortable rive even on long trips. The seat is mounted at a height of 800mm giving benefit to short heightened riders as well. A minimum ground clearance of 165mm offers a commendable stability around the corners due to low centre of gravity and mass centralisation. Click on the given link to get more details about Yamaha SZ-RR: https://bit.ly/2JhYEv4 If you are looking for a good looking city commuter motorcycle that gives you that little extra punch you can go with Yamaha SZ-RR. : By Zigwheels | 1 year ago
  • The new YAMAHA SZ RR version 2.0 brings a new dimension to the concept of 'Powerful and Stylish Commuter'. An all-new air-cooled 149cc 4-stroke, SOHC, single-cylinder engine with YAMAHA's New Generation Engine Development Idea - 'Blue Core'. It takes riding enjoyment, fuel efficiency and environmental performance to an all-new level, making sure that the commuter always rides guilt free. The claimed ARAI mileage for the Yamaha SZ-RR is 50 kmpl. Do take a test ride in order to judge you riding comfort. : By Zigwheels | 1 year ago
  • I have SZ RR. I got approximately 55+ mileage. Performance is very good. : By Medini | 2 months ago
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Q. Is SZ-RR available in ABS model? What is the top speed and other specifications? I want to buy.
  • The Yamaha SZ-RR V2.0 isn't been offered with ABS yet now but it soon expected to be getting an update that would be available with the ABS. The top speed of Yamaha SZ-RR V2.0 is 105 Kmph as the 150cc engine on the bike proves amazing figures like 12.1 PS of power and 12.8 Nm peak torque. If you are looking to buy this bike we would suggest you wait as the bike is expected to get an ABS update soon. : By Zigwheels | 7 months ago
  • Yamaha SZ-RR version 2.0 is a good one actually when it comes to Commuter bike, of course fiber is not good even i am facing lot problem on body fiber, even after fiber welding its not fitting.Apart from this its a good condition, smoothy, speed and more over guys dont expect mileage on yamaha bikes. thats it. : By Arun | 7 months ago
  • Its a waste bike don't buy. Low quality fiber parts & other parts.low mileage 30-35 max. You have to check this bike Honda Hornet 160/ X Blade / Yamaha R15S, Bajaj 160 / 200ns, : By Nithin | 7 months ago
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Q. Is there is any vibration in SZ RR v2 after 80 plus speed - SZ-RR?
  • No : By Medini | 2 months ago
  • Yes Full of vibration, shivering, low brake.Don't buy Waste of money. : By Nithin | 7 months ago
  • No-very smooth engine- but not for highway use, only for city ride. : By GAURAV | 6 months ago
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