Yamaha launches FZ-Fi, FZS-Fi with ABS

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In­dia Yamaha Mo­tor (IYM) Pvt Ltd. has launched an­other ad­di­tion to the 149 cc seg­ment by un­veil­ing in Bengaluru its all new FZ-FI and FZS-FI with ABS. The 3rd gen­er­a­tion FZ, now cou­pled with stylish and sporty fea­tures will flaunt a de­sign pro­por­tion that re­sem­bles a clas­sic am­bush pose of an ur­ban fighter. The new FZ-FI and FZS-FI with ABS mounts an air-cooled, 4-stroke, 149 cc, SOHC, 2-valve, sin­gle­cylin­der, fuel-in­jected “BLUE CORE” en­gine that ag­gres­sively cer­ti­fies the FZ breed by pass­ing down a look based on machismo, big-boned feel­ing and em­pha­sizes it dur­ing straight line ac­cel­er­a­tion.

Moto­fumi Shi­tara, Chair­man, Yamaha Mo­tor In­dia Group of com­pa­nies, said, “The ex­cite­ment of The Call of the Blue con­tin­ues with the launch of the new FZ-FI and FZS-FI with ABS in In­dia as a part of its of­fer­ing of ex­tra­or­di­nary mo­tor­cy­cling ex­pe­ri­ences from Yamaha. Fol­low­ing the out­stand­ing re­sponse from YZF-R15 Ver­sion 3.0 launched in the last year, the com­pany is con­fi­dent to fur­ther cre­ate a niche in the 150 CC class seg­ment with the new FZ-FI and FZS-FI. The new launch from Yamaha will strengthen the com­pany’s pres­ence in the deluxe class in In­dia.”

The new FZ-FI and FZS-FI will fea­ture newly de­signed sub frame, BOSCH sin­gle chan­nel ABS in the front wheel along with higher han­dle bar po­si­tion, LCD in­stru­ment clus­ter, sep­a­rate hous­ings for LED head­light beams, rear disc brakes, FZ 25 mud­guards, newly de­signed plas­tic resin tank cover, slid­ing en­gine kill switch, main switch in the front of the tank and two level seat with com­fort­able grab bars.

The most prom­i­nent fea­ture of the new FZ-FI and FZS-FI with ABS is the new styling pro­por­tions that group the front end, fuel tank and en­gine to­gether to re­sem­ble a clas­sic am­bush pose of an ur­ban fighter. The new FZS-FI will ad­di­tion­ally fea­ture a lower en­gine fair­ing, partly chrome fin­ished air in­take and ex­clu­sive colour schemes.

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