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Yamaha FZ-X

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Rs. 1.35 - 1.36 Lakh Showroom Price: Delhi
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Yamaha FZ-X Key Specifications & Features

Engine and Transmission
Engine 149 CC Max Power 12.4 PS @ 7250 rpm No Of Gears 5 Speed
Tyre and Wheels
Tyre Size Front :-100/80-17 Rear :-140/60R17 Wheel Size Front :-100/80-17 Rear :-140/60R17 Tyre Type Tubeless
Brakes & Steering
Brakes Front Disc Brakes Rear Disc
  • Starting (Self Start Only)
  • ABS (Single Channel)
  • Clock (Digital)
  • Wheels Type (Alloy)
  • Low Fuel Warning Lamp
  • Speedometer (Digital)
  • Tyre Type (Tubeless)
  • Trip Meter (Digital)
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Yamaha FZ-X Bike Latest Updates

Yamaha India has launched the updated FZ-X for the year 2023, reducing emissions and adding more safety features than before. Check out more details about the bike here.

Yamaha FZ-X Engine

Yamaha FZ-X is powered by a single-cylinder, 149cc, air-cooled, fuel-injected engine which produces 12.4PS and 13.3Nm. The engine is linked to a five-speed gearbox and the bike comes with traction control for added safety. Suspension duties are handled by 41mm telescopic front-fork and a seven-step preload-adjustable monoshock at the rear. Braking is looked after by a 282mm front disc and 220mm rear disc, with single-channel ABS as standard. The bike rolls on 17 inch alloy wheels which are wrapped in 100-section front and 140-section rear tubeless tyres. The bike has a 10 litre fuel tank and weighs 139kg (kerb). It has a 810mm tall seat and ground clearance of 165mm.

Yamaha FZ-X Variants

The bike comes in three paint schemes with all getting similar specs. The Matte Black and Matte Copper variants get black alloy wheels with the latter getting colour-coded rim stickers. The golden alloy wheels are only available in the Dark Matte Blue model, justifying added cost.

Yamaha FZ-X Design

Yamaha FZ-X has quite the retro look with its round headlight, muscular tear-drop fuel tank, simple side panels, and a chunky exhaust. The fuel tank also gets matte black extensions flowing neatly in a sculpted tuck-and-roll seat with simple pillion grab handle. It also gets a metal engine cowl and features golden alloy wheels with fork gaiters.

Yamaha FZ-X Features

The FZ-X comes with a negative LCD instrument console that provides information like speed, tachometer, tripmeter, odometer, fuel level, clock, Eco prompt, TCS (Traction Control System) alert along with other telltale lights above the display. The console also shows smartphone notifications, phone battery level and call alerts through the Yamaha Y-Connect app via Bluetooth. The bike is now compatible with E20 fuel (20 percent ethanol and 80 percent petrol, aiding in reducing emissions) and features TCS (Traction Control System) to avoid tyre slippage.

Yamaha FZ-X Competitors

The closest competitors of the Yamaha FZ-X are the Kawasaki W175 and the Keeway SR125.

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Yamaha FZ-X Price

The price of Yamaha FZ-X starts at Rs. 1.35 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 1.36 Lakh. Yamaha FZ-X is offered in 2 variants - Bluetooth and the top variant FZ-X Dark Matte Blue which comes at a price tag of Rs. 1.36 Lakh.

FZ-X Price List (Variants)

FZ-X Bluetooth

149 cc .
Rs. 1.35 Lakh
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FZ-X Dark Matte Blue

149 cc . 45 kmpl
Rs. 1.36 Lakh
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What is good and bad in FZ-X Bike?

  • FZ-X Positives

    Smooth and refined engine, High fuel efficiency, especially in the city, Comfortable ergonomics

  • FZ-X Negatives

    Polarising design might not appeal to everyone, Performance is severely lacking

  • Expert's Conclusion

    While the FZ-X certainly looks unique and runs on the tried and tested Yamaha FZ platform, it severely under delivers in terms of performance and feels like a consolation prize for those eagerly waiting for Yamaha to launch the XSR155 in India.

Yamaha FZ-X User Reviews

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  • Comfort (35)
  • Looks (30)
  • Mileage (21)
  • Seat (12)
  • Price (12)
  • Experience (11)
  • Pickup (11)
  • Performance (11)
  • Power (11)
  • Engine (10)
  • Speed (7)
  • Worst bike

    The first bike booked in 2021 from andhrapradesh state.I experienced the worst bike i have ever seen because my bike wiring is burned when it is in parking.Then i applied for warranty show room service manager said claim not come due to inproper servicing.But in my area there is no proper mechanics for service in show rooms then how i will.I experienced there is no resale value for this bike.Some finance companies are not doing finanace also.They rate my bike 45000 only.So my humble request to all guys who are willing to buy fz-x, Plz don't choose this bike.I give this bike zero rating.

  • Dream bike

    It's look likes my dream bike now i want to buy this bike soon super attractive look & amazing futures 🥰🥰🥰

  • Superb comfort

    Its in amazing bike it given superb comfort.On chennai roads in the city.I get super milage.

  • Weird sound

    I bought yamaha fz-x last month, I am quite disappointed with this bike as riding for almost a month i faced some unresolved issues with this bike, The suspensions are making some weird sound, As it is my new bike so i ride it very carefully.Additionally the riding quality has also been degraded which is quite shocking for me.The mileage is good enough of 42 kmpl.Price is also affordable and owned under 1.45 lakh.

  • 4.6
    I've driven the vehicle for

    I've driven the vehicle for more than 7000 kms now.I've enjoyed everybit of it.There is an issue with longer rides that pillions would face a lot of issues sitting longer than 2 hrs.Apart from that, For the rider, There is absolutely no issues.The average is really good with upto 51 km/ litres within city limits and around 54 km/ litre on highways.There is not much to the maintenance as the engine is very reliable for long drive(>100km) as well as for a short commute.I'm extremely happy with the vehicle and no serious issues have been found till now.

  • 4.6
    High maintenance

    Service is also low not high maintenance.Good quality seat.

  • 5.0


  • 3.8
    Pretty approachable

    Yamaha is clearly going for the allure of comfort and practicality with the fz-x.Compared with the fz, The ergos are more relaxed, With a higher handlebar, More forward-set foot pegs, As well as a wider and more spacious seat.The seat height has gone up slightly, But at 810mm it should still be pretty approachable for a majority of riders.The predominant experience on the road is that the fz-x feels light and easy on its feet.At 139kg, It weighs 4kg more than the standard fz, But that’s because components like the fuel tank, Fake radiator shrouds, Front mudguard, Headlamp brackets and thin bash guard at the bottom are now all metal.The actual handling itself is fine, With a balanced and neutral chassis, But it’s certainly not the sharpest or most exciting bike in the segment.The mrf dual-purpose tyres it runs on work fine on dry surfaces, But they don’t appreciate being pushed too hard.Ride quality is decent, With a slightly firm feel from the suspension and while the front brake feels quite dull, The actual braking performance is adequate.A rear disc is standard and the fz-x comes with single-channel abs.The fz-x may be styled like a scrambler, But its actual off-road capability is pretty much identical to the standard fz.That’s because the suspension travel and ground clearance remain the same and the only difference is the extra grip the tyres provide in the dirt.With its smaller fuel tank, The fz-x is going to need more frequent fuel stops because it runs the same motor from the fz, And that includes internal gearing as well as the chain sprocket sizes.What you get is a simple, Air-cooled two-valve, 149cc engine with a smooth 5-speed gearbox.Power stands at a meek 12.4hp while peak torque is 13.3nm.Both figures are not only the lowest in the segment by a considerable margin, But the power figure is just 0.4hp higher than the bajaj pulsar ns125, Which we have also reviewed this month.Yamaha fz-x: should i buy one?this is not a cheap bike by any means, And the y-connect bluetooth-enabled model costs about rs 12, 000 more than the standard fz-s fi.At this price, It’s more expensive than the premium 150-160cc bikes from bajaj, Hero, Honda, Suzuki and tvs, And is positioned on par with the hero xpulse 200.To sum up, The fz-x is certainly a striking and unique motorcycle, And that’s pretty much the main reason to consider buying one.If you like the way it looks, You’ll be getting a tried and tested platform underneath, With a practical, Yet eye-catching motorcycle on top.But if the design doesn’t do it for you, There are plenty of more convincing options out there.

  • I got my FZ-X variant last

    I got my fz-x variant last year in august, 2021.First things first, I bought it only for the looks and the driving experience at the time of purchase was secondary, And it has not disappointed me in that regards.People have stopped me and asked about the bike.Coming to the driving part, I'll list the pros first:extremely good handling, The rider balance is great, Pickup is good as well almost on par with apache.Company installed tyres' grip is good for ride on wet and scratchy roads.Mileage is as expected they promised 45 to me, But it is around 36-38 for me.Now moving on to the cons:isn't made for most indian roads and you could not just sense but hear the vibrations when your tyres go into small pit.Has to make a lot of effort to touch 100 kmph mark.If you take it out during rain, Even though it's handling is fine, You will not come back without the dirt on all over your pants, And if you are the pillion rider, Then 'god save you'.The bike comes with a bluetooth connection and it's details can be tracked on the 'yamaha app' but the app looks like a college project without any actual(or working) functionality.So i hope now i have cleared some doubts about the bike.

  • 4.2
    Driver seat

    I wanted a bike which cruises at 60 kph and this bike fits the bill. It can go beyond that speed but the engine feels stressed post 60 kph. Also around 4k to 5k rpm I feel vibrations at the junction of fuel tank and driver seat from 3rd gear onwards. The gear box is smooth, the controls are good. Most of all I like the braking, handling and ride comfort of this bike. Below 60 kph, it has good pickup when switching from one gear to another which also gives a good kick to the rider.Overall I would say there are other bikes around 50k cheaper than this which would probably give you the same levels of performance. I cant comment on the other things though. I would say this bike is overpriced at 1.5 lakh rupees on road, for the performance it offers.


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Yamaha FZ-X Colours

Yamaha FZ-X in India is available in 4 different and exciting colours, FZ-X colours options available in markets are - Dark Matte Blue, Metallic Blue, Matte Copper and Matte Black.
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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying FZ-X

Q. What is the mileage of Yamaha FZ-X?
  • As of now, there is no official update from the brand's end. So, we would request you to wait for the official announcement.
  • 55 to 60kmpl
Q. Are there any offers available on Yamaha FZ-X?
  • Offers and discounts are provided by the brand or the dealership and may vary depending on your city. Thus, we would suggest you to please connect with the nearest authorized dealership in your city.
Q. How many colours are available in Yamaha FZ-X?
  • Yamaha FZ-X is available in 4 different colours - Matte Black, Matte Copper, Dark Matte Blue, Metallic Blue.
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Q. Which is the better option for city ride and sometimes 100 km tour in long-distance bajaj avenger 160 or Yamaha fzx?
  • The lazy rake angle and the ridiculously long wheelbase of 1480mm might lead you to believe that the Avenger would have a very vague feeling front end and wouldn’t be a nimble handler. But that really isn’t the case. While it wouldn’t be our first choice for some corner-carving action, the front does feel stable enough through the bends. And it turns rather quickly too. But this agility is a bigger boon in the city, where darting through traffic feels easy enough - a good thing as the Avenger 160 is really more of an urban cruiser than an out-and-out highway tourer. On the other hand, if we talk about FZ-X, compared to the regular FZ-FI, the FZ-X’s handlebars are taller and pulled closer to the rider, and the footpegs have been moved quite a bit forwards. So you end up sitting in a very commuters stance. Combine that with the very soft seat and you’re bound to have a back and butt ache if you spend a long time in the saddle. Then there’s the highway performance. You’ll only be able to maintain speeds of about 80-85kmph comfortably on the highway. Anything faster than that makes the bike feel rather strained. And because of this, highway efficiency, while fairly ok at 48.67kmpl, takes a bit of a hit compared to city efficiency. For a better understanding of performance and riding comfort, we would suggest you take a test ride. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership..Read more:- Yamaha FZ-X: Road Test ReviewRead more:- 2019 Bajaj Avenger Street 160 ABS: Road Test Review
Q. Is fz x better or fz 25?
  • Selecting the right bike would depend on several factors such as your budget preference on the segment, features required, engine options, brand preference, etc. Yamaha FZ 25 is powered by a 249 cc engine. This FZ 25 engine generates a power of 20.8 PS @ 8000 rpm and a torque of 20.1 Nm @ 6000 rpm. The new motorcycle gets an LED headlamp and tail lamp. The bike’s negative LCD display shows the real-time mileage apart from the regular trove of information. Another new feature in the BS6 model is the side-stand engine cutoff function. The FZ25 BS6’s premium variant, the FZS 25, gets knuckle guards, a longer windscreen, alloy wheels in the gold finish, and more premium color options. On the other hand, Yamaha FZ-X is powered by a 149 cc engine. This FZ-X engine generates a power of 12.4 PS @ 7250 rpm and a torque of 13.3 Nm @ 5500 rpm. The FZ-X’s full-LCD instrument cluster is compatible with the Yamaha Y-Connect app. It gives access to SMS alerts, mileage details, last parked location, and malfunction alerts. Other notable features include a USB charging port and a side-stand engine cut-off switch. Yamaha also offers LED indicators, an engine guard, seat cover, tank grips, and chromed-out rearview mirrors as optional accessories. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership.
Q. Which bike to buy, Yamaha FZ-FI V3 or Yamaha FZ-X?
  • Yamaha FZ-FI V3 is a big bike with style, features, smooth engine. While its motor offers better fuel efficiency, it lacks grunt. The Yamaha FZ-X, on the other hand, is a great commuter thanks to its easy-going ergonomics and suspension. So, if you are on a hunt for a bike that stands out in the general crop of commuters in the segment, the Yamaha FZ-X is the one for you. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.
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Yamaha FZ-X FAQs

What is the price of Yamaha FZ-X in 2023?

The 2023 ex-showroom price of Yamaha FZ-X is 1.36 Lakh. Check On Road Price of FZ-X. .

Does the Yamaha FZ-X have ABS?

Yes, ABS feature is available in Yamaha FZ-X. View full specification of FZ-X.

Which is better Yamaha FZ-X or TVS Ronin?

TVS Ronin Price starts at Rs. 1.49 Lakh which is Rs. 13,100 costlier than base model of Yamaha FZ-X priced at Rs. 1.35 Lakh. Compare Yamaha FZ-X vs TVS Ronin on the basis of price, specs, features, reviews.

What is the EMI of Yamaha FZ-X in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Yamaha FZ-X in Delhi is Rs. 3,915 per month @ 9.45% for a tenure of 36 months.

What are the colours available in Yamaha FZ-X?

Yamaha FZ-X is available in 4 colours : Dark Matte Blue, Metallic Blue, Matte Copper and Matte Black. View colour images of FZ-X.

What is the kerb weight of Yamaha FZ-X?

The kerb weight of Yamaha FZ-X is 139 Kg.

Yamaha FZ-X Road Tests

Yamaha FZ-X: Road Test Review
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