Yamaha FZ-X is a Neo-retro Scrambler based on the FZ series motorcycle.
The all-new Yamaha FZ-X was teasing for a year now and the retro bike shares the body and chassis with the FZ. But the FZ-X is completely different in style when compared to the FZ. The bikes are inspired by old-school designs.
Yamaha FZ-X Price
The new FZ-X is priced at Rs 1.17 Lakh in India and the Bluetooth-equipped variant will cost Rs.1.20 Lakhs. The bike priced at Rs.11,000 more than the standard FZ.
Yamaha FZ-X Engine and Gearbox
The 2021 Yamaha FZ-X shares the same 149cc single-cylinder engine with its sibling FZ. The engine is capable of putting out a maximum power of 12.4Hp and Torque figure goes to 13.3Nm. This single-cylinder engine is connected to the 5-speed gearbox.
Yamaha FZ-X Design and Dimensions
Starting from the front the bike gets round old-fashioned LED Headlamps are kept intact with round LED DRL with an LED projector nestled in the middle. The fork gaiters and plastic sump guard adds a more scrambler-type look to it. The FZ-X gets sleek turn indicators and alloy wheels.
Yamaha FZ-X is 2020 mm long, 785 mm wide, and 1115 mm tall. Which is 30mm (length), 5mm (width), and 35mm (height) over standard FZ. But, the wheelbase of both bikes is the same at 1330 mm.
The bike also gets a digital instrument cluster with Bluetooth connectivity. The bike is also expected to get exclusive features that will give the rider an optimal riding experience. The side stand automatically cuts off the engine when engaged for extra safety.