Yamaha FZS Review

The Yamaha FZS set a new benchmark in the 150cc segment after its release. This bike won several awards which includes Autocar bike of the year award. The bike has an aerodynamic body and windshield and has a sporty design. The Yamaha FZS is also another version of the FZ-16 and it has been released after the tremendous success enjoyed by the Yamaha FZ-16.

Yamaha FZS

Yamaha FZS Specifications

The Yamaha FZS review shows that the bike has a 4-stroke aircooled SOHC engine and this can deliver power of 14 bhp at 7500 rpm along with peak torque of 13.6 Nm. The bike has 5 manual gears and comes with constant wet multi plate clutch. The bike has diamond chassis type. The length of the bike is 1975mm and its width is 770mm and the height is 1045mm.

The design and engineering of the bike has been done so as to offer maximum comfort and pleasure to the rider. The bike has telescopic front suspension and monocross rear suspension. The bike also comes with 267mm hydraulic disc brakes and rear drum brakes.

The bike has strong braking power due to the two opt calliper that optimally uses the external perimeter of front disc. The bike weighs 126 kgs and has a ground clearance of 160mm. The fuel tank limit of the bike is 12 litres and it has a wheelbase of 1335mm.

Yamaha FZS Mileage

The bike delivers mileage of 36 km/litre in the city while the mileage on the highway is around 47 km/litre.

Yamaha FZS Features

The Yamaha FZS has a very stylish and flamboyant design. The bike has been designed after drawing inspiration from the design of some of the European and other international bikes. The bike has a well designed instrument panel and has digital fuel gauge, speedometer and tachometer. The riding position has also been designed after considerable thought.

Yamaha FZS Price and design variations

The starting price of the bike is around Rs 75000 and the bike is available in two design variations which include Yamaha FZS and Yamaha FZS Limited edition.

Yamaha FZS Colors

The bike is available in two colors and these include silver tech which is silver with red and yellow streak which is black with yellow.

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Tim Webbar on August 17th 2010 in Bike Reviews, Yamaha

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