Yamaha FZ-X Launched At INR 1.17 Lakh
Yamaha launched the new FZ-X in India At Rs 1.17 lakh. A Bluetooth-fitted version is also available, which costs Rs 3,000 extra. The FZ-X is the neo-retro motorcycle scrambler of Yamaha.
Although the Yamaha FZ-X is based on the FZ, its style is totally different from that of the street. The LED headlight round is inspired first of all by the design of the old school. However, the LED DRL with an LED projector nested in the center has modern touches in the shape of a circular. Then there are the fork guards and the plastic bucket guard, which make it look scrambler.
Yamaha has replaced the fuel tank of the FZ with a large fuel tank flowing down to the single-piece seat. It is wide and flat with a curved texture on the top while talking about the seat. The front footpaths and high handlebars are positioned upright.
The new Yamaha FZ-X is provided with a fresh new all-digital dash which looks far nicer than the old FZ unit. In the meantime, the Bluetooth version offers smartphone connectivity, and Rs 1.20 lakh costs 3 000 more. On both models, ABS single channel is available as a standard.
The FZ-X shares with its federal brothers its 149cc single-cylinder engine. The power and torque values remain the same, 12.4hp at 13.3Nm. The motor is coupled with a 5-speed gearbox.
The FZ-X and FZ are the same under the new bodywork. The motorbike has a single downtube frame, with an adjustable mono-shock being hung with a télescopic fork. The FZ-X weighs 139kg which is 4kg more than the standard FZ. At 810mm, the sitting height of the FZ-X is also 20mm taller. The later wheels with block patterns of tires are shaking during the FZ and FZ-X ride on 17-inch alloys.
Yamaha has shown that FZ-X deliveries will start this month.