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Yamaha FZ-X launched at Rs 1.17 lakh in India. The maker has also launched a Bluetooth-equipped variant of the same bike but it would cost Rs 3,000 more. A lot of people may not know this but the FZ-X is Yamaha’s neo-retro scrambler which is based on the FZ series motorcycle.
As for the design of the new Yamaha FZ-X, it depends on the FZ, it has totally extraordinary styling when contrasted with the road bare. The round LED headlamp is motivated by old-school plans. In any case, it has current contacts as round LED DRL with a LED projector settled in the centre. Yamaha has additionally supplanted the FZ’s gas tank with a tall gas tank that is streamed down to the single-piece seat. It discusses the seat and is wide and level with a ribbed surface on the top.
As for the features, there is a new all-digital dash and the Bluetooth-equipped variant features smartphone connectivity and costs Rs 3,000 which brings the price to Rs 1.20 lakh. It gets single-channel ABS comes as standard on both versions. While for the powertrain, it gets a 149cc single-cylinder engine with its FZ siblings. It develops 12.4hp at 13.3Nm and is paired to a five-speed gearbox.
|Engine Displacement.:||149 cc|
|Max Power:||12.4 PS @ 7250 rpm|
|Gear Box:||5 Speed|
The FZ-X doesn’t have a direct rival in the neo-retro category. However, in its segment, it locks horns with the Bajaj Pulsar NS 160, TVS Apache RTR 160, and the Suzuki Gixxer.
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