Yamaha recently announced the launch of a new retro-styled bike named FZ-X Neo. The bike sits just below FZ25 and positioned above FZ V3 in the Indian market portfolio. While it is based on the same platform as used in FZ V3, but with a bigger dimension. The most noticeable factor is the bike has 810 mm tall; 20 mm taller than FZ V3. Here, we put together Top 5 things about Yamaha FZ-X Neo: –
The Yamaha FZ-X Neo designed inspired form XSR 155 with the existence of circular retro-styled headlamps, tiny under the seat LED taillights, and unique aluminum brackets. The bike also features with single-piece roll seat, teardrop-shaped fuel tank, underbelly cowl, and blackened body panels. However, the rear profile is a little bit shortcut and has a conventional grab rail.
- Tyre’s pattern
The Yamaha FZ-X Neo runs of a block pattern MRF REVZ tires and gives a relaxed upright riding posture to the rider. The bike rides on conventional telescopic front forks and a monoshock rear suspension system.
- Variants and colour
The Yamaha offered FZ-X Neo with two variants – Bluetooth-enabled trim and non-Bluetooth enabled trim. The former priced at Rs 1.19 lakh and the latter one priced at Rs 1.16 lakh ex-showroom. FZ-X Neo is available in three color options – Metallic blue, Matt copper, and Matt’s black.
- Optional accessories
Optionally, the accessories for FZ-X available are tank pad, seat cover, chrome mirrors, engine guard, and LED flasher, with some additional costs. Standard accessories LCD instrument cluster which displays speedo, circular odometer, trip meter. Bluetooth-enabled variant showcased call notifications, battery charge status, connection status, and a number of functions accessed.
Yamaha FZ-X Neo comes powered by a 149cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine, which belts out 12.2 HP of maximum power and 13.3 Nm of peak torque. The powertrain comes mated with a 5-speed gearbox system, along with a standard single-channel ABS system.
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