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  • Q. What is the fullform of ABS? is necessary for new bike - SZ-RR?
    Praveen
    Praveen | 9 months ago

    ABS is the short form of Anti-lock Braking System. It essentially slows down the motorcycle without locking up the wheels while braking hard. There are wheel-speed sensors which detect wheel lock, and control unit pulsates the caliper pressure instead of simply letting it hold the disc brake. We feel ABS is necessary in any motorcycle as it's a safety feature which considerably improves braking, especially on wet roads. Moreover, Indian roads are full of uncertainties, and panic braking can happen at any time. ABS is a lifesaver in such situations.

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    Dr
    Dr | 1 month ago

    ABS stands for Anti Lock breaking system.It prevents the bike from sitting while panic breaking.. And it is mandatory from June 2019

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  • Q. I am planing to buy SZRR but in Bangalore haven't seen much bikes. Will I regret for buying the same. My usage will be daily 25 KMS (office to and fro) and for weekend to take my kids and wife. We have a car for entire family going out. Honda Shine etc looked more common and not inclined to it much. Please advise.
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 11 months ago

    Yamaha SZ gets its power from a 153cc, air-cooled, SOHC, 2-valve engine that comes mated to a five-speed constant mesh gearbox. It develops a peak power of 11.9bhp at 7,500rpm with a maximum torque of 12.8Nm at 4,500rpm and has a compression ratio of 9.5:1 with a bore x stroke ratio of 58mm x 57.9mm. Yamaha SZ-RR Version 2.0 houses a Blue Core enabled 149cc, four-stroke, air-cooled engine that has been paired with a five-speed constant mesh transmission. It churns out a peak power of 11.9bhp at 7,500rpm with a maximum torque of 12.8Nm at 6,000rpm. If you are looking for a good looking city commuter motorcycle that gives you that little extra punch but can still return a high mileage, then the Honda CB Shine SP is definitely worth looking at. On the other hand, if your priority is power then you can go with Yamaha SZ-RR. Click on the link to compare both the bikes: https://bit.ly/2zsvE4p We would suggest you to take a test ride in order to judge your riding comfort and performance. Click on the given link to get your nearest dealership details: https://bit.ly/2MS8XMr

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    GAURAV
    GAURAV | 1 month ago

    If you are considering good performance bike & long seat go for SZ-RR, you won’t get good no. In mileage, otherwise go for shine

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  • Q. Which bike is better for long rides, comfort and low maintenance, Honda Unicorn 150 or Yamaha Yamaha SZ-RR?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 8 months ago

    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.

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 9 months 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.

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  • Q. Is it good for short riders - SZ-RR?
    Nithin
    Nithin | 3 months ago

    Bro its a waste bike don't take. My opinion is Honda Hornet 160 , XBlade, Unicorn, Yamaha R15S, Bajaj 160 / 200ns, Suzuki Gixxer.

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    Ashutosh
    Ashutosh | 3 months ago

    There's so many reasons to go with Yamaha SZ RR

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  • Q. How is this bike I'm thinking to buy it.
    Wanderer
    Wanderer | 10 months ago

    For me, it's really a good one. Its been more than 7 years and I am still riding it without any issues. So if you are planning for a decent daily commuter, SZ-R is a good option.

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    Aditya
    Aditya | 1 month ago

    Don't buy.... It don't have any refinement since long time... Go for Honda X-BLADE

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  • Q. How is the riding comfort of sz-rr ver 2.0 compared to cb-unicorn 150?
    Aditya
    Aditya | 1 month ago

    Unicorn is more comfortable due to it's rear mono shock suspension

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    PRINCE
    PRINCE | 1 year ago

    Yamaha sz better service on road with mileage

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  • Q. I have lower back pain. Which model of Yamaha SZ-RR best for me?
    Nithin
    Nithin | 1 month ago

    Dnt go for szrr, you have to purchase any mono shock models ( Yamaha fz series, Honda hornet 160, x blade, Bajaj avenger 220, Suzuki gixer for seating comfort.

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    Mallesh
    Mallesh | 1 month ago

    What is your travel distance?? Based on that you decide Yamaha alpha or szrr

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  • Q. I am planing to buy SZRR but in Bangalore haven't seen much bikes. Will I regret for buying the same. My usage will be daily 25 KMS (office to and fro) and for weekend to take my kids and wife. We have a car for entire family going out. Honda Shine etc looked more common and not inclined to it much. Please advise.
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 11 months ago

    Yamaha SZ gets its power from a 153cc, air-cooled, SOHC, 2-valve engine that comes mated to a five-speed constant mesh gearbox. It develops a peak power of 11.9bhp at 7,500rpm with a maximum torque of 12.8Nm at 4,500rpm and has a compression ratio of 9.5:1 with a bore x stroke ratio of 58mm x 57.9mm. Yamaha SZ-RR Version 2.0 houses a Blue Core enabled 149cc, four-stroke, air-cooled engine that has been paired with a five-speed constant mesh transmission. It churns out a peak power of 11.9bhp at 7,500rpm with a maximum torque of 12.8Nm at 6,000rpm. If you are looking for a good looking city commuter motorcycle that gives you that little extra punch but can still return a high mileage, then the Honda CB Shine SP is definitely worth looking at. On the other hand, if your priority is power then you can go with Yamaha SZ-RR. Click on the link to compare both the bikes: https://bit.ly/2zsvE4p We would suggest you to take a test ride in order to judge your riding comfort and performance. Click on the given link to get your nearest dealership details: https://bit.ly/2MS8XMr

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    GAURAV
    GAURAV | 1 month ago

    If you are considering good performance bike & long seat go for SZ-RR, you won’t get good no. In mileage, otherwise go for shine

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  • Q. Is there vibration in handle bar while running in high speed - SZ-RR?
    Tushar
    Tushar | 1 year ago

    Yes, there are a few complaints of vibrations as you touch about 65 kmph.

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    Dr
    Dr | 1 month ago

    No..not at all

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  • Q. Which one is best for mileage,engine,road grip,long driving? honda cb shine sp or yamaha sz rr2 - SZ-RR?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 11 months ago

    The ARAI claimed mileage of Yamaha SZ-RR 50 Kmpl while, Honda CB Shine SP has claimed fuel efficicency of 65 Kmpl. The Yamaha SZ-RR is powered by 149cc and it is the premium variant of the SZ-S with split grab rail, smoked windscreen and snazzier paint schemes. On the other hand, Honda Shine SP is one of the best looking 125cc bikes out there. The bike handles well, and the motor is refined and spunky. Overall, the Shine SP boasts good levels of fit and finish, and given Honda's penchant for making reliable bikes, is almost a no-brainer. Do take a test ride in order to judge your riding comfort.

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    Travel
    Travel | 1 month ago

    Yamaha sz rr2

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