Yamaha Crux Review

Yamaha is one of the leading brands of motorcycles in India and even internationally Yamaha bikes are known for their stylish designs. The company launched the Yamaha Crux bike and this bike is equipped with sophisticated technology and top class features. The bike has been specifically designed keeping in mind the comfort requirements of consumers.

Yamaha Crux

Yamaha Crux Specifications

The Yamaha Crux review indicates that the bike comes with single cylinder 4-stroke 106cc engine. This engine can deliver power of 7.3 ps at 7500 rpm along with peak torque of 7.7 Nm at 6000 rpm. The bike has 4-speed gears and has standard slide like carburettor. The length of the bike is 1997mm and its width is 735mm while the height is 1055mm.

The bike takes some time to start up every morning but once the motor starts it is extremely smooth and vibe free. The bike has excellent acceleration. The bike has telescopic oil damped fork front suspension and coil spring oil damped rear suspension.

The bike also comes with 130mm Dia Drum front and rear brakes. The bike has a wheelbase of 1247mm. The bike weighs 105 kgs and has a ground clearance of 145mm. The bike has a fuel tank limit of 11 litres. The bike has a top speed of 93 km/hr.

Yamaha Crux Mileage

The bike can deliver good mileage of around 56.2 km/litre in the city while the mileage on the highway is around 64.7 km/litre.

Yamaha Crux Features

The Yamaha Crux offers a fairly decent riding position with good ergonomics. The ride quality of the bike is also good and since the bike is fairly lightweight and this ensures that the bike can be ridden easily in congested areas also. The bike has analogue fuel gauge and speedometer.

Yamaha Crux Price and design variations

The price of the bike is around Rs 39000 and the bike is available in two design variations which include Yamaha Crux and Yamaha Crux S.

Yamaha Crux Colors

The bike is available in colors like Maroon, Black and Silver.

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Tim Webbar on August 16th 2010 in Bike Reviews, Yamaha

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