Yamaha launches vintage edition of FZS FI bike, equipped with many great features

  • Yamaha has launched the vintage edition of its FZS FI bike in India.

    Good technology has been used to attract young customers to it.

    From the headlight to the bike seat, many of its items are quite attractive. Along with the look, there are many great features in it.

    The vintage version of the FZS FI bike also supports the ‘Yamaha Bike Connect X’ app.

    Let us know about it in detail.

  • Digital instrument console installed in the bike

  • The Yamaha FZS FI Vintage Edition has been given an attractive look. It has a sloping fuel tank, new single piece seat with leather finish, exhaust pipe and LED headlamps.

    A Bluetooth-enabled digital instrument console has also been installed to support the ‘Yamaha Bike Connect X’ app in the bike.

    This bike weighs 137 kg and has a 13-liter fuel tank.

  • Is equipped with many features

  • In view of the safety of the rider, Yamaha has also installed disc brakes on the front and rear wheels with single channel anti-braking system (ABS) in the FZS FI Vintage Edition to protect people from accidents.

    Along with this, the bike also has telescopic forks in the front side.

    Not only this, an adjustable mono shock unit has also been installed in the rear of this vintage edition.

  • How is the engine?

    How is the engine?
  • Talk about the engine of the bike Yamaha FZS FI Vintage Edition has a powerful engine.

    It has a 149cc air-cooled fuel injected engine meeting the BS6 norms. A five-speed manual gearbox is also fitted with the engine.

    Its engine gives a maximum power of 12.23bhp at 7,250rpm and a maximum torque of 13.6Nm at 5,500rpm.

    Please tell that its sale will start in the coming week.

  • What is the price?

  • Talking about the price, it has been launched in the Indian market for Rs 1.09 lakh. Its price is Rs 5,000 more than the standard variant. The standard variant costs Rs 1.04 lakh. Both these prices are of X showroom.

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