Yamaha Fazer-FIChange Bike
Bike Discontinued in Nov, 2019
Key Specs of Fazer-FI
Yamaha Fazer-FI Highlights
Our sources have confirmed that the Yamaha Fazer is all set to receive single-channel ABS from February 2019 onwards. Yamaha is likely to price the Fazer ABS at a premium of Rs 5,000 to Rs 7,000 over its non-ABS variant. The move will also make the Fazer compliant with the upcoming safety regulations that mandate all two-wheelers above 125cc to have ABS.
Yamaha Fazer is an entry-level sports tourer introduced by Yamaha back in 2009 after launching its urban street bike, FZ in the Indian market. Since then, the bike has gone through a couple of cosmetic touch-ups in order to match with the pace and competition going on in the giant Indian two-wheeler industry. The front section of the bike is commanded by large twin headlamps that gives the Fazer a bold stance. The masculine fuel tank and the sporty step up seat is shared with its naked sibling, the FZ-S. The rear gets a small and stylish tail lamp unit along with other design elements that are also shared with the Yamaha FZ-S.
The fuel injected motor on the Tamaha Fazer comes with Yamaha’s Blue Core Engine technology, which, as the comapny claims, improves mileage. Mated to a five-speed transmission, the engine develops a maximum power of 12.9bhp at 8000rpm with peak torque of 12.8Nm at 6000rpm.
The suspension duties are carried out by telescopic fork upfront and monocross suspension at the rear end. Braking system includes a 267mm disc brake at the front and a 130mm drum brake at the rear. The bike progresses on fat 100/80-17 front and 140/60-R17 rear tyre.
The Yamaha Fazer-FI is available in black, red and white, and currently retails at Rs 89,143 (ex-Delhi).
Yamaha Fazer-FI Pros and Cons
Things We Like in Fazer-FI
- Build quality
- Muscular styling
- Sharp design
- Refined fuel injected engine
- New chassis
- Handling and maneurability
- Beefy telescopic forks at front and rear monoshock unit
- Crisp throttle response
- Perfectly mated engine - gearbox combo
Things We Don't Like in Fazer-FI
- Stiff suspension
- Slightly overpriced
- Slightly low fuel efficiency
|Fazer-FI Version 2.045 Kmpl, 149 ccDISCONTINUED||Rs.89,643|
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Yamaha Fazer-FI Mileage and Performance
|ARAI Mileage||45 Kmpl|
|Max Speed||118 Kmph|
|Acceleration (0-100 Kmph)||19.8s|
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Yamaha Fazer is one of the most sophistically designed motocycles of the nation. It comes with a stylish twin headlamp section at the front with an edgy visor and a sporty semi fairing that gives it a proper tourer bike appearance. The well crafted fuel tank gives an upright riding position to the rider, thereby giving a comfortable seating position for longer journeys. Next to it, a sporty step up seat is present that comes thickly cushioned to offer a stress free ride. At the rear end, a sleek black grab rail comes to notice that further enhances the overall appeal. A stylish tail lamp further intensifies the look along with the rear fender that perfectly displays the fat rear tyre.
The bike has body dimensions of 2,075mm x 761mm x 1,119mm (LxWxH) and has a wheelbase of 1,334mm. With a minimum ground clearance of 160mm, the bike stabilizes itself well around the corners and on straight roads. It is fitted with a fuel tank that can hold 12 liters of fuel. The instrument console of the bike is purely digital that comprises of a speedometer, tachometer, tripmeter and fuel gauge.
Engine and Performance
Yamaha Fazer is powered by a 153cc motor that comes mated to a five-speed transmission. It generates a peak power of 13.8bhp with a maximum torque of 13.6Nm at 6,000rpm. The bike uses electric start as the only mode of starting. On the other hand, Yamaha Fazer FI V2.0 comes with a 149cc, fuel injected, five-speed mill that is further equipped Yamaha Blue Core technology. The combination of both gives a good throttle response and superior power delivery despite having lesser power than the carbureted version. The engine churns out a net power of 12.9bhp at 8,000rpm with a peak torque of 12.8Nm at 6,000rpm.
Braking and Handling
Yamaha Fazer is equipped with 100/80-17 front and FZ derived 140/60-R17 rear tyre that offer a superior grip and balance on the road. The bike delivers a comfortable ride as it comes assisted with telescopic forks at the front and monocross suspension at the rear. The braking is done effortlessly with the help of 267mm hydraulic disc brake at the front and 130mm drum brake at the rear.
Safety and Features
Yamaha Fazer has powerful twin headlights that offers a majestic vision in dark. The bike features a 267mm disc brake at the front that gives a good stopping power. Moreover, it has a set of wide and grippy tyres that have a good adhesion property which provides superior on-road stability. These features make it a one of its kind and trustworthy sporty tourer bike in the Indian market.
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