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The Yamaha FZ-X comes with a host of premium features.
The Yamaha FZ-X comes with a host of premium features.

Yamaha rides in 2021 FZ-X motorcycle in India at 1.16 lakh

  • Yamaha FZ-X opts for a neo-retro design approach.

  • FZ-X has been launched in two variants.
  • With the launch of the FZ-X, the Japanese bike maker now has one more product in its FZ series of bikes.

Yamaha Motor India on Friday announced the launch of the new FZ-X motorcycle. The bike has been priced at 1.16 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

It has been introduced in two variants. While the base variant has been priced 1.16 lakh, the higher trim that gets the 'Yamaha Motorcycle Connect' has been priced at 1.19 lakh. (Both prices are ex-showroom).

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On the outside, the new FZ-X takes a neo-retro approach to attract a younger set of enthusiasts. It sports a very lively exterior design and body panels. There is a tall front suspension setup with a high-placed rider seat. In addition, it also gets a range of colour options including Matt Copper, Metallic Blue, and Matte Black.

With the launch of the FZ-X, Yamaha now has yet another product in its popular FZ series of bikes. The new FZ-X gets the same engine as the FZ-FI motorcycle. At the heart of the bike sits a 149cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder engine. This unit has been rated to produce 12.2bhp of maximum power at 7,250rpm and 13.6Nm of peak torque at 5,500rpm. It comes married to a five-speed gearbox.

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Some of its key features include a fully digital instrument panel with Bluetooth connectivity, disc brakes, alloy wheels, a single step-up seat, LED lights, aluminum-finished brackets, a tall-set handlebar, a USB charger, and a boxy fuel tank.

Its new fully digital instrument console can be paired to a smartphone with Bluetooth connectivity. Once the bike is paired to the phone, the customer can use the Yamaha smartphone app to keep a tap on the vehicle's battery status and fuel consumption. Alongside, the console also displays call and SMS alerts. Yamaha has also added a mobile charger to the bike which is a standard fitment.

  • First Published Date : 18 Jun 2021, 11:46 AM IST