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  • Q. I am planning to buy a bike next month. I am confused between Gixxer, Hornet and FZ-Fi V3. Which one should I buy if my priorities are low maintenance cost, good mileage and good riding quality (comfort and handling). I will be commuting to office daily with this.
    Manish
    Manish | 3 weeks ago

    Honestly speaking FZ s V3 is best bike in its segment.

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    Amol
    Amol | 4 months ago

    Buy FZs V2 because of FZs V3 have very worst suspension compare to FZs V2.

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  • Q. Mileage of FZ FI 3.0 AND FZ S FI 3.0 IS ANY DIFFERENCE
    Suvam
    Suvam | 1 month ago

    Just a paint job and under cowl and chrome finish in front fake air vent

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    Joe
    Joe | 7 months ago

    Version 3 ,Fzs no idea but should be 45 .My fz fi v3 gives 35kmpl only very frustrating. Wasted my money.

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  • Q. Apache RTR 180 or FZ FI V3. Which is better, Considrmering build quality mileage and comfort?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 2 months ago

    In terms of better comfort, all new technological upgrades, and good mileage, the Yamaha FZ FI V3 would be a great choice. Moreover, you may take a test ride of the bike so that you may get acquainted with the comfort, features and ride quality of the bike. Dealership

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    N
    N | 3 weeks ago

    It's also FZ FI V3

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  • Q. Is it a bike worth buying? I dont have much knowledge about bikes. I was thinking of buying one and came across with this and the TVS Apache 160 v4. I need a bike with good average and good looks.
    Manish
    Manish | 4 weeks ago

    Overall Yamaha FZ fi is best for you.

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    ANU
    ANU | 3 months ago

    If you are looking for performance, then apache is the best. otherwise fz is a best option.

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  • Q. What is exact mileage in city and is this milage better than Gixxer SF Fi - FZ V3?
    ANU
    ANU | 4 months ago

    I am getting 59 km/l in high way and 55/56 in regular city conditions. But my routes are clear not facing any traffic jam almost all the time that is why I am getting higher milage.In heavy traffic conditions also the bike is able to give you around 48-52 depends on the riding nature.

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 4 months ago

    You can expect the mileage in the city near to the ARAI claimed mileage(45Kmpl). The Gixxer SF Fi provides a claimed mileage of 51kmpl which makes the Gixxer SF FI better in terms of mileage.

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  • Q. Which one is better in terms of mileage, ground clearance and maintenance cost of Apache RTR 160 4V and Yamaha FZ Fi version 3.0?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 5 months ago

    As far as the mileage of the bikes is concerned the Apache RTR 160 4V returns an ARAI claimed 60 kmpl whereas the Yamaha FZ-Fi Version 3.0 returns ARAI tested 45 kmpl. This makes it clear that the Apache is way more economical than the FZ-Fi V3.0. When we compare both the bikes according to the ground clearance Apache 160 4V is offered with whooping 180 mm which is 15 mm higher than the FZ-Fi V3.0(165 mm). The estimated maintenance cost of both the bikes is almost similar with a minor difference. Moreover, The true comfort, ride quality and features of the bikes can only be perceived during the test ride of the bikes.Click here for Dealership: https://www.zigwheels.com/bikes/dealers

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    Manish
    Manish | 2 months ago

    FZ S version 3.0 milage is better then Apache. But ground clearance is better in Apache.

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  • Q. Is Yamaha FZ V3 suitable for long drive?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 7 months ago

    Powering the Yamaha FZ FI is a 149cc single-cylinder Blue Core motor with air-cooling and fuel injection. Compared to the earlier generation motorcycle, the Version 2.0 is 14 per cent more efficient, claims Yamaha. A peak power of 13.2PS arrives at 8000rpm and at 6000rpm, the motor generates a peak torque of 12.8Nm. The engine is peppy and picks up revs quickly. Topping off the experience is a smooth-shifting 5-speed transmission with precise shifts, as expected from a Japanese machine. So, it will do the job but it is best suited for city rides only.

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    Sagar
    Sagar | 2 months ago

    It's best in the city.and for long drive it can be used for a distance of 60-70kms without stop easily.really good in the curvy roads.. beginners will love it.

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  • Q. Is Yamaha FZ V3 good for daily commute?
    Amruth
    Amruth | 7 months ago

    Yeah, it's an daily driver as the previous generation successfully did, Yamaha have also done some minor changes to the ECU to improve the low end torque on the FZ and the FZS v3, hence would be a better city driver. You can definitely opt for the FZS v3 over it's rivals since it gets a fresh look and hence grabs more attention on the road.

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    SUPRAJIT
    SUPRAJIT | 3 days ago

    Opcous

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  • Q. I have ridden my new FZS 3.0 at 80 kmph for couple of times before crossing 500 kms, will it harm my engine and it's performance in future?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 6 months ago

    Yes, may harm your bike's performance and mileage. Though, it is always recommended to ride your bike under economy speed before the first service.

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    Manish
    Manish | 6 months ago

    You can wait till first service after you can speedup then it is good.

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  • Q. I am planning to buy a bike next month. I am confused between Gixxer, Hornet and FZ-Fi V3. Which one should I buy if my priorities are low maintenance cost, good mileage and good riding quality (comfort and handling). I will be commuting to office daily with this.
    Manish
    Manish | 3 weeks ago

    Honestly speaking FZ s V3 is best bike in its segment.

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    Amol
    Amol | 4 months ago

    Buy FZs V2 because of FZs V3 have very worst suspension compare to FZs V2.

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