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Japanese two-wheeler manufacturer, Yamaha has just launched a new 150cc FZ-X motorcycle model in the Indian market. This is the latest model to join Yamaha’s 150cc segment, including FZS FI, FZ FI, MT-15 and R15 V3.0. With the new Yamaha FZ-X, the Japanese automaker is aiming to strengthen its position in the competitive 150cc-200cc segment.
Yamaha FZ-X has 3 color options: Metallic, Blue, Matt Copper and Matt Black. The vehicle is offered in two variants: With and Without Bluetooth, priced at Rs 1.20 lakh and Rs 1.17 lakh, respectively.
Yamaha FZ-X is equipped with a 4-stroke, 149 cc, SOHC, air-cooled engine. This 2-valve Blue Core FI engine is capable of producing a maximum capacity of 12.4 hp at 7,250 rpm and a maximum torque of 13.3 Nm at 5,500 rpm. Power is transmitted to the rear wheels through a 5-speed gearbox.
Yamaha’s Y-Connect App
The Yamaha FZ-X supports Bluetooth connectivity and receives a Communication Control Unit, compatible with Yamaha’s dedicated Y-Connect app. Using this app, the driver can check smartphone notifications via instrument panel icons, view maintenance recommendations, monitor parking location, monitor fuel consumption data, receive malfunction notifications, plus a unique feature – Revs Dashboard, which displays data such as engine rpm, throttle opening level, acceleration speed, eco-friendly driving indicators school…
In terms of proportions, the new Yamaha FZ-X is 30mm longer, 4mm wider and 35mm taller than its brother FZ FI. Specifically, the FZ-X has a length of 2,020mm, a width of 785mm and a height of 1,115mm. The car has a wheelbase of 1,330mm, equivalent to the FZ15. The car has a minimum ground clearance of 165mm and weighs 139kh (when full of fuel). The FZ-X comes with 100/80-17 (Front) and 140/ 60-17 (Rear) multi-purpose tubeless tires.
The main features that can be mentioned on the Yamaha FZ-X include: Dual-function LED headlights, daytime running lights (DRL), negative LCD control panel, charging port for mobile devices, engine disconnect switch , Bosch single-channel ABS, 282mm front disc and 220mm rear brake, telescopic front fork, 7-step adjustable cross mono suspension at the rear, reverse exhaust.
Obviously, despite the very cheap price, the equipment and technology that the manufacturer brings to the Yamaha FZ-X is not inferior and even slightly better than the Yamaha Exciter and Honda Winner X.
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