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Yamaha FZ S V3.0 FI Coming Soon in Nepal

By Bishal Deep Basnet on Mar 19,2019 - 13:45

Yamaha FZ V3 FI is soon to be released in Nepal. The bike is a new successor to the Yamaha FZ series, one of the most successful bikes in Nepal. The FZ is getting a completely new version now. As of late, Yamaha seems quite motivated in updating its repertoire of bikes. 

Yamaha FZ V3 comes with a redesigned fuel tank, which appears to be a bit larger now with new sharper-looking tank extensions below. Another major change, of course, is the new single-piece seat, unlike the two-piece seat in the outgoing model, which will lead to a more comfortable seating position and will also be more pillion-friendly.

The bike also comes with an updated tail section with new single piece grab-rail and revised taillamp. Among other features, the bike now also features a new tire-hugger, a new beefier exhaust pipe with dual tone black and gunmetal treatment. The alloy wheels are also new and also new 10-spoke alloy wheels, which look like 17-inch units.

Other changes that we expect to see will include a new instrument cluster, possibly an all-digital LED unit similar to the one on the new YZF R15 V3 that was launch early this year. 

Of course, it could be a single-channel unit to keep the costs down. Powering the new bike will be the same 149 cc single-cylinder, fuel injected motor that powers the existing model. Currently, the engine is tuned to generate a maximum of about 13 bhp and a peak torque of 12.8 Nm, while being mated to a 5-speed gearbox.

Image result for Yamaha FZS FI V3.0 and Yamaha FZ FI V3

 

Yamaha FZS FI v3 Specifications

Engine Displacement: 149 cc

Mileage (city): 50 kmpl

Max Power: 13.2 BHP @ 8000 RPM

Max Torque: 12.8 NM @ 6000 RPM

Top Speed: 112kmph

No. of Gears: 5

Fuel tank capacity: 12 liters

Weight (Dry): 132 kg

Tags -  Yamaha , Yamaha FZS FI V3 , Bikes in Nepal

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