Yamaha FZ 16 Bikes First Ride Bikes 135cc-165cc Autocar India

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Yamaha FZ 16

The 150cc bike segment is a field teaming with rivals. Can the Yamaha FZ-16 their party?

The FZ-16 is a and it instantly attracts attention. not possible to lose focus you’re looking at the new Yamaha it is shapely and eye-catching. The Indian FZ design cues from its looking big brother, the FZ-1, and is dazzling to look at.

Negligible cladding is the rule on the FZ-16, its engine and cycle parts noticeable as necessary elements of the general style. Designed to minimum gaps and following a theme, the FZ-16 has been by old Yamaha partners, GK Dynamics of

The new bike uses lovely alloy rims in black and the colour scheme for its engine, and silencer. Huge section add to its charm, while a wide, front headlight with a beam and small city stare forward from the FZ’s diminutive Liquid Display (LCD) instrument The instruments including a rev counter, and fuel gauge offer all in a digital arrangement.

The new FZ-16 a city-friendly, broad and to some a low-set handlebar, and uses with great feel, levers, good mirrors and switchgear. A useful engine-kill is part of the package, as is a handlebar-mounted lever on the left.

There’s a and splendidly sculpted model fuel tank as normally on superbikes, a brushed finish fuel-filler that sadly, a pivot and comfortable knee that absolutely tuck a rider’s thighs. The tank is by a bold secondary colour down its centre, while the 12-litre fuel-storage bay sits just below, intentionally to the bike’s centre of gravity. The comes with a stylish cowl, constructed with to direct and scoop air-flow to the engine and spark plug.

Other impressive details alloy footrests for both and pillion; an uncovered O-ring drive-chain, nattily executed rip and a clever rear tyre Look closely and you’ll see the new Yamaha uses a compact silencer which routes midship, below the bike’s and frame, in the section of its rear hugger. The FZ-16’s flanks and are elegant, while its smart light is housed within the mudguard.

The new Yamaha uses an all-new, single-cylinder and CV carburettor-fed engine displaces 153cc. The air-cooled plant uses big size on its cylinder, as well as cooling in the lower sump area of the plant.

Tuned chiefly for riding, the FZ pumps out a strong on tap at 7500rpm, and offers a deliberately and linear reach of power. mapping is three-dimensional and takes inputs into consideration via a Position Sensor (TPS) on its carburettor. This thumb-started no kick-lever) engine uses an decompressor for ease of starting, as as a single-axis balancer that to stop out all vibes at source.

The FZ-16 uses a five-speed that shifts via a toe-shift in the generally acknowledged one-down and pattern. We found the FZ enjoys a weighted clutch, and specific, gearbox with perfectly-spaced ratios that leave room for enhancement.

Performance is enough, and the best part of Yamaha engine is its hard-hitting, and user-friendly wide power The FZ managed to touch a speedometer-indicated top of 110kph in fifth during our with fourth good for 107kph, and third, 89kph.

The Yamaha uses a usual single downtube tubular that bolts in its engine. A plus over its rivals is the firm 41mm front that are able to condense

The latest FZ undoubtedly proves a accomplished motorbike, with rims, a comfortably decent stance, well-padded as well as seat space and wide all coming together to make Yamaha perfectly suited for city crusing and faster riding. It enjoys a near-perfect quality that is more than soft, with a handling character included in the The latest Yamaha also ideal straight line and excellent high-speed cornering at all times.

The FZ comes with a front disc-brake and rear unit that works in to pull the bike along from speed with an progressive sense.

Its chunky, radial, tubeless and unique 100/80 x 17inch and 140/60 x section MRF tyres work to provide massive traction and a planted feel.

Yamaha claims the new model is of 52kpl plus in city conditions, we still have to test it though.

The FZ-16 Rs 65,000 (ex-showroom, India). we wish that it was somewhat every fan will appreciate is money well-spent.


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