Yamaha launched a new Vintage edition of one of its best-selling motorcycles FZ-S FI. The Japanese motorcycle manufacturer wants to cash more young customers by offering the perfect balance between style and technology. With the new edition, Yamaha FZ-S FI gets a new paint scheme with new connected features that control a whole lot of tech.
Yamaha FZ-S FI | Powerhouse
To start with, the motorcycle comes with the same engine as the conventional motorcycle. For you to know, FZ-S FI is comes powered by a 149cc air-cooled engine. This motor generates 12.4 ps of max power and the peak output stands at 13.6 Nm.
|Engine||149cc air-cooled, 2 valve SOHC engine|
|Power||12.4 ps @ 7250 rpm|
|Torque||13.6 Nm @ 5500 rpm|
The power delivery from the engine to the rear wheels via a 5-speed transmission is buttery smooth. Besides, as it is Yamaha the engine is super refined and there is negligible vibration.
Additions in Yamaha FZ-S FI
The new Yamaha FZ-S FI vintage edition comes with a couple of subtle changes. For the most part, it gets aesthetic changes and gets new Yamahas connected tech.
Changes on the outside include,
- Tan coloured leather finish single piece two-level seat
- Vintage graphics
- New paint scheme, Vintage Green
These sums up the changes in terms of looks.
Yamaha Motorcycle Connect X
Many of the motorcycle makers here in India offer connected features, but Yamaha’s took it to a slightly different level. There are several new add-ons that the new Yamaha Motorcycle Connect X offers. These include:
- Riding History
- Locate my Bike
- Parking Record
Is FZ-S FI Vintage Edition Expensive than its Rivals?
The changes in the new FZ-S FI Vintage Edition makes the motorcycle one of its kind in its segment. This Yamaha is one of the motorcycles to come with the connected tech that too with exclusive Yamaha features. Despite that, the motorcycle is priced at ₹1.09 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) making it one of the most affordable bikes with the latest features. The Yamaha FZ-S FI rivals, Hero Xtreme 160R, TVS Apache RTR 160, TVS Apache RTR 160 4V and Bajaj Pulsar 150.