Yamaha FZ-X Bike 2021 Launch in India Today, 2021 Yamaha FZ-X Price in India: Bookings for the upcoming FZ-X have been open at dealerships unofficially for a week now and the price is out today
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New Yamaha FZ-X Price in India, Specs, Mileage, Photos: Yamaha FZ lineup has been added with a new member today in the form of the new Yamaha FZ-X based on the 150cc FZS. The FZ-X is powered by the same 149cc engine from the FZS. The wheelbase of the X is the same as the S at 1,330 mm. Bookings for the upcoming FZ-X have been opened with dealerships at Rs 5,000. Along with the new FZ-X, Yamaha also took wraps off the new upcoming versions of the Fascino 125 and Ray-ZR scooters as well, which will be launched soon.
Yamaha FZ-X colour options
The new Yamaha FZ-X will come in three colour options - Matt Copper, Black and Metallic Blue. It gets two variants, one with Bluetooth connectivity and one without with a price difference of Rs 3,000.
Offer for first 200 buyers
The first 200 customers of the Yamaha FZ-X will receive a custom Yamaha G-Shock wristwatch.
Yamaha FZ-X features
The FZ-X will come with a fully digital instrument cluster with Bluetooth connectivity, LED head and tail lamps, single-channel ABS. The company also states that the engine will boast a hybrid tech to deliver a power assist.
Yamaha FZ-X engine
The newly-launched Yamaha FZ-X is powered by a 149cc single-cylinder engine that it shares with the Yamaha FZ. It makes 12.4 hp and 13.7 Nm or torque and is paired with a five-speed gearbox.
Yamaha FZ-X price out!
The Yamaha FZ-X has been priced at Rs 1,16,800 (ex-showroom) for the standard version without Bluetooth connectivity and Rs 1,19,800 (ex-showroom) for the model with Yamaha Motorcycle Connect.
Yamaha FZ-X colours
It will come in three colours, an orange, a black and the one you see here.
Yamaha FZ-X launch and unveiling of two scooters
Yamaha today made a series of announcements, the relevant of which was the launch of the FZ-X motorcycle. Based on the 155cc Yamaha FZ, the FZ-X shares its engine with the FZ and also the frame while offering a more upright riding position and a neo-retro design. The FZ-X comes with Bluetooth connectivity, however, Yamaha has made a more affordable variant available without the Bluetooth tech. Prices are Rs 1,19,800 and Rs 1,16,800, respectively. Yamaha says that all its two-wheelers will be fitted with Bluetooth connectivity tech in the near future.
Along with the FZ-X, Yamaha also took the wraps off the new Fascino 125 and Ray-ZR scooters, promising a launch soon.
Yamaha Fascino and Ray-ZR
Yamaha also unveiled the updated versions of the new Fascino 125 and Ray-ZR with a promise to launch them soon. The Fascino 125 will also get a new engine with a mild-hybrid system which the company says provides a power assist. During the press conference, Yamaha announced that all of its two-wheelers in India will get Bluetooth connectivity and side stand engine cut-off as standard.