The all-new FZX model mounts an air-cooled 4-stroke, 2-valve, single-cylinder fuel-injected, 149cc SOHC BS6 engine. The engine is ‘Blue core’, offering the excellent setting option to the rider to fully optimise and feel the classic polish of acceleration.
The rider gets a superior feeling when stop and an exhilarating feeling while overtaking. The Engine churns out 12.4PS of power and 13.3Nm of torque; it gets mated to a 5-speed transmission.
The bike gets nestled in a single cradle chassis, and when talking about the suspension duties, it gets handled with a gaitered telescopic fork and a 7-step adjustable mono-shock.
One thing is for sure, the FZ-X being a 2021 new gen motorcycle, definitely has some modernistic touch and feels to the engine and overall performance. Overall, looking at the engine performance, nothing has changed much. Whether it’s the compression ratio, power output, or torque performance, all get identical to FZ.
The refinement level of the motorcycle is pretty convincing. Even the NVH gets very well controlled. If you are a rider and tend to stay and feel comfortable, mostly at higher revs, the bike can do it effortlessly.
From a design point of view, the FZX features an all-new neo-retro design. Along with the contrasting paint scheme and blacked-out components, the LED headlight and the DRLs are one thing to cherish in their look.
The contrasting paint scheme spreads across the engine, fenders, black alloys with highlights.
In addition, the bike gets a bit different, concerning the fuel tank cap getting offset and a single-piece seat offering upright handlebars for comfort.
Overall, riders will be delighted with its retro yet modernistic look compared to the other FZ models. On the other hand, the new neo edition makes everything fancy. All these notable additions to the design have made the all-new FZ X a wise and right choice.
With the Bi-functional LED headlight, the bike is hard to miss in the day and strongly visible at night. Also, the tail light features an LED unit in an oval-shaped ring which makes it look attractive. For a classy, clean and subtle look, the reflector lens gets well-positioned in the middle section.
With a lot of metalwork over the bike, it completes a very rugged and tough look, accompanied by decent road presence and more than enough for the city riding.
Yamaha FZX is available in 3 exciting, bold and beautiful different colours. You can choose from an assorted range of stylish colouring, one that enhances your riding experience and blows your personality too.
The colours are Matte Copper, Matte Black, and Metallic Blue.
With that, the FZX is available in various variants:
- FZ X STANDARD
- FZX BLUETOOTH ENABLED.
When talking about Yamaha FZ-X, it is all about class, style and a practical sensation for modern riders. Its subtle design and innovation with technology urge you to get the best performance churn out of it. Talking of the safety net, FZX gets a single-channel ABS and a side-stand engine cut-off function.
The sleeky, stylish LCD instrument is a screen with both a traditional and modern appearance. It has a tachometer display with an analogue type look showing the revs and the smartphone notification.
With that, the under-cowl of the bike makes it loos neo-retro and tends to protect the engine on all sorts of roads. When discussing the accessories, Yamaha gets featured with LED indicators, an engine guard, a seat cover, a chromed-out rearview mirror, and tank grips.
The seat height gets positioned at 810mm height, and the kerb weight stands at 139kgs. The one thing that seems to be missing in the feature is the turn-by-turn navigation option.
The other exciting features include USB charging ports that get situated just below the instrument console. Also, Yamaha FZ-X is 2kg heavier than the FZ-S Fi. with a more rugged look.
Y: CONNECT APP:
As discussed earlier, the FZ-X now features Y-connect Bluetooth tech, which connects the bike with the smartphone through an application. Customers can easily opt for this newer updated Bluetooth variant by paying a premium amount for the model. The Bluetooth version displays information on the Instrument cluster regulated to the smartphone, like SMS, email, calls, and phone battery.
On the other hand, the smartphone application will record all the information about the bike, fuel consumption, last parked location, maintenance-related details, and malfunction notification. Not just that, you also get information on the rev dashboard, ranking for distance travelled. It means that you can get have access to your phone even on the move.