Yamaha FZ-S FI
|On Road||Rs 92,568|
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|3.9/5 96 Reviews|
- Build quality
- Muscular styling
- Handling and maneuverability
- Crisp throttle response from the fuel-injected engine
- Stiff suspension
- Bit overpriced
The Yamaha FZ-S is essentially a faired version of the FZ and packs sharp design and technology with a refined and responsive 150cc mill
Yamaha FZ-S FI Highlights
18 February 2016: The Japanese automaker, Yamaha has launched its naked beast MT-09 at the recently concluded 2016 Auto Expo and it will cost Rs. 10.2 lac. Along with this, the company has also introduced its MotoGP bike Movistar and all-new Cygnus Ray-ZR with disc brake. Few months back, the company also rolled out a new color scheme for its Fuel Injected version of FZ-S. Now, the FZ-S comes in four new colors namely Wolf Gray, Shark White, Viper Black and Alligator Green and it als Read more...
Yamaha Motor India has silently removed the FZ-S version 1.0 from the official website and it seems that the company is now planning to discontinue the old models of the FZ series. However, the first model of the range- FZ version 1.0 is still in ...Read Full News
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There are 1 variant(s) available. Yamaha FZ-S FI comes in 5 different colour(s) - Lightning Cyan, Hurricane Gray, Matt Green, Opal White, Knight Red. There are 1 variants starting from Rs. 92,568 onwards.
Yamaha FZ-S FI Mileage
Yamaha FZ-S FI gives a mileage of 53 Kmpl in city, as claimed by the company.
mileage as per ARAI Data
* Includes only fuel and maintenance cost
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Most positive review
Despite being in the market for a while,the Yamaha FZ-S still manages to turn heads, thanks to Yamaha taking some effort to keep this bike looking.....
Most critical review
Anybody can imagine the bike costing almost a lakh (on-road price) will get stopped on road within 3 months & less than Km 1300. This useless machine.....
Yamaha FZ-S FI Expert Review
Yamaha FZ-S is one of the most successful street motorcycles that comes with a muscular body design and promises superior performance. The bike is a descendant of the iconic streetbike, Yamaha FZ1 that caters high-end motorcycle admirers.
Yamaha FZs is powered by a 153cc, four stroke, air-cooled engine that comes mated to a five speed gearbox. It develops a maximum power of 13.8bhp at 7,500rpm with a peak torque of 13.6Nm at 6,000rpm. On the other hand, FZ-S FI V2.0 gets its power from a 149cc, four-stroke, air-cooled, fuel injected engine that generates a peak power of 12.9bhp at 8,000rpm with a maximum torque of 12.8Nm at 6,000rpm. It is mated to a five-speed transmission system and uses wet multiplate clutch setup. Yamaha FZs V2.0 employs Yamaha “Blue Core” engine concept that ensures efficient combustion and cooling with a considerable reduction in power loss. With this technology in hand, the manufacturer claims an improved fuel economy for the bike.
Both bikes are built on a diamond chassis and runs on 100/80-17 front and 140/60-17 rear tubeless tyres with black alloy wheels. Yamaha has equipped FZs series with telescopic forks at the front with monocross single shock absorber at the rear. The bikes are fitted with disc brake at the front and drum brake at the rear end to give an enhanced braking.
Yamaha FZs as said earlier, is one of the most beautifully crafted motorcycles the country has seen so far. The front profile of the bike incorporates a triangular shaped headlamp section with a positioning light at the top. A small black visor crowned above gives the bike a pure naked appearance. Coming to the rear, Yamaha FZ-S has a sporty single seat whereas FZs V2.0 comes with a split seat. The rear grab rails are impressively mounted on the rear side panels marking a striking appearance. The tail end section of FZs V2.0 is given a facelift, which now comes with a small tail lamp and a tyre hugger that looks ravishing. The instrument console of the bike is purely digital that displays speedometer, tachometer, fuel gauge and tripmeter.