Yamaha India is soon going to launch its neo-retro-style motorcycle FZ-X in India. This motorcycle has also been spotted several times during testing. Recently, it has been told from the company that they are going to launch this motorcycle on June 18. According to the information, the booking of this motorcycle has already been started at select dealerships, for which a token amount of Rs 1,000 to Rs 5,000 is being charged from the customers.
According to the information, the token amount being charged for booking this motorcycle is being registered in the name of FZ and FZS bikes which will later be converted for the new FZ-X. According to the information, this motorcycle will be launched at a price of Rs 1.15 lakh (ex-showroom). The deliveries of this motorcycle can be started from August.
Talking about engine and power, a new 149cc air-cooled engine will be given to the customers in this motorcycle. This engine will be fully capable of generating maximum power of 12.4bhp and peak torque of 13.3Nm. This engine is going to be mated to a 5-speed constant mesh transmission.
If we talk about the features of this motorcycle, then telescopic front suspension, the mono-shock rear suspension can be offered to the customers. Along with this, an LED projector headlamp has been given in the motorcycle. Along with this, circular split LED daytime running light, pillion grab rail has been given. It is believed that hi-tech features like Bluetooth, anti-lock braking system can be offered in it. If we talk about the dimensions of this motorcycle, then its length is 2,020 mm, width is 785 mm and height is 1,115 mm.