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2022 Yamaha Crosser 150 Adventure Bike Breaks Cover

For the Brazilian market, Yamaha has developed the 2022 Crosser, which comes in S and Z trim levels (priced at Rs. 2.7-2.8 lakh approximately). The dual-sport motorbike is based on the FZ Fi and FZ-X motorcycles offered in India, and it is powered by the same 149 cc single-cylinder four-valve air-cooled engine that produces 12.4 PS at 7,500 rpm and 12.7 Nm of peak torque at 6,000 rpm.

Yamaha Crosser 150 Engine

In India, the Yamaha FZ-Fi V3 produces 12.4 PS at 7,250 rpm and 13.3 Nm at 5,500 rpm. The entry-level motorbike has an 845 mm tall seat height and a kerb weight of 137 kg. The 2022 Yamaha Crosser 150 has a stunning LED headlight encircled by LED Daytime Running Lights up front, and the front beak matches the crisp design language found throughout the bike.

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Yamaha Crosser 150 Design

It had a raked front suspension with extended wheel travel, with wire-spoked wheels on the front and rear studded versions. The 2022 Yamaha Crosser features a telescopic front fork with 180 mm of suspension travel and a monoshock with 160 mm of travel in the back. The dual-sport is equipped with 19-inch front and 17-inch rear wheels, as well as elegant rearview mirrors.

The new Crosser 150 features a digital instrument cluster identical to the FZ series that displays speed, rpm, fuel level, trip, clock, and gear position, however Bluetooth connectivity is not available. A single disc at the front and rear performs braking tasks with the help of a single-channel ABS system.

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Yamaha Crosser 150 Features

A single-piece seat, false air vents on the fuel tank, halogen turn lights, a side-mounted exhaust system, Crosser graphics, and strong grab handles on both sides round out the package. Despite sharing some similarities with the FZ V3, the Yamaha Crosser’s chances of making it to India are slim. The MT 15 V2 and a special edition R15 were just released a few days ago by the Japanese firm.

Yamaha may be considering expanding its 250cc lineup, as the Tracer name has been trademarked for some time and might open up the sports touring market.

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