Yamaha FZ-X 2021 India Launch Highlights: Fresh design, Bluetooth connectivity and more

Yamaha FZ-X Bike 2021 Launch in India Today, 2021 Yamaha FZ-X Price in India: Bookings for the upcoming FZ-X have been open at dealerships unofficially for a week now and the price is out today

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New Yamaha FZ-X Price in India, Specs, Mileage, Photos: Yamaha FZ lineup has been added with a new member today in the form of the new Yamaha FZ-X based on the 150cc FZS. The FZ-X is powered by the same 149cc engine from the FZS. The wheelbase of the X is the same as the S at 1,330 mm. Bookings for the upcoming FZ-X have been opened with dealerships at Rs 5,000. Along with the new FZ-X, Yamaha also took wraps off the new upcoming versions of the Fascino 125 and Ray-ZR scooters as well, which will be launched soon.

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2021 Yamaha FZ-X Launch in India Highlights: New Yamaha FZ-X On Road Price in India, Features, Specs, Engine, Mileage, Review


    13:28 (IST)18 Jun 2021
    Yamaha FZ-X launch and unveiling of two scooters

    Yamaha today made a series of announcements, the relevant of which was the launch of the FZ-X motorcycle. Based on the 155cc Yamaha FZ, the FZ-X shares its engine with the FZ and also the frame while offering a more upright riding position and a neo-retro design. The FZ-X comes with Bluetooth connectivity, however, Yamaha has made a more affordable variant available without the Bluetooth tech. Prices are Rs 1,19,800 and Rs 1,16,800, respectively. Yamaha says that all its two-wheelers will be fitted with Bluetooth connectivity tech in the near future.

    Along with the FZ-X, Yamaha also took the wraps off the new Fascino 125 and Ray-ZR scooters, promising a launch soon.

    The buck doesn't stop here. Keep scrolling for more details.

    13:07 (IST)18 Jun 2021
    Yamaha Fascino and Ray-ZR

    Yamaha also unveiled the updated versions of the new Fascino 125 and Ray-ZR with a promise to launch them soon. The Fascino 125 will also get a new engine with a mild-hybrid system which the company says provides a power assist. During the press conference, Yamaha announced that all of its two-wheelers in India will get Bluetooth connectivity and side stand engine cut-off as standard.

    Read more about the scooters here: Updated Yamaha Fascino 125, Ray-ZR unveiled: To get these new cool features

    12:58 (IST)18 Jun 2021
    Yamaha FZ-X colour options

    The new Yamaha FZ-X will come in three colour options - Matt Copper, Black and Metallic Blue. It gets two variants, one with Bluetooth connectivity and one without with a price difference of Rs 3,000.

    12:51 (IST)18 Jun 2021
    Offer for first 200 buyers

    The first 200 customers of the Yamaha FZ-X will receive a custom Yamaha G-Shock wristwatch.

    12:36 (IST)18 Jun 2021
    Yamaha FZ-X features

    The FZ-X will come with a fully digital instrument cluster with Bluetooth connectivity, LED head and tail lamps, single-channel ABS. The company also states that the engine will boast a hybrid tech to deliver a power assist.

    12:31 (IST)18 Jun 2021
    Yamaha FZ-X engine

    The newly-launched Yamaha FZ-X is powered by a 149cc single-cylinder engine that it shares with the Yamaha FZ. It makes 12.4 hp and 13.7 Nm or torque and is paired with a five-speed gearbox.

    11:47 (IST)18 Jun 2021
    Yamaha FZ-X price out!

    The Yamaha FZ-X has been priced at Rs 1,16,800 (ex-showroom) for the standard version without Bluetooth connectivity and Rs 1,19,800 (ex-showroom) for the model with Yamaha Motorcycle Connect.

    11:41 (IST)18 Jun 2021
    Yamaha FZ-X colours

    It will come in three colours, an orange, a black and the one you see here.

    11:38 (IST)18 Jun 2021
    And the covers are off!

    The covers are off the new FZ-X. The company states that the FZ-X was specifically designed for the India market. It is powered by the same engine as the FZ series. It gets LED head and tail lamps, Bluetooth connectivity, a retro design

    11:33 (IST)18 Jun 2021
    New Ray-ZR soon

    Yamaha also announced that the Ray-ZR will also get an extensive upgrade with the same hybrid tech for the engine, new design features, new colours and Bluetooth connectivity.

    11:32 (IST)18 Jun 2021
    More power for the Fascino

    Yamaha states that the 2021 Fascino 125 boasts 30% more power and 16% improved fuel efficiency. 

    11:27 (IST)18 Jun 2021
    2021 Yamaha Fascino 125

    The company states that the new Fascino 125 will feature a mild hybrid tech to deliver a power assist. It will also feature Bluetooth connectivity, LED lighting and more.

    11:23 (IST)18 Jun 2021
    Surprise, surprise!

    The launch proceedings have begun and it has just been announced that Yamaha will also unveil the new version for its Fascino 125 and Ray-ZR scooters.

    11:10 (IST)18 Jun 2021
    By the by

    Yamaha recently trademarked the name 'Tracer' in India which could mean there is a sports tourer brewing for our market. The Tracer is Yamaha's sports tourer that comes in 700 and 900cc segments. Not much is known on the subject but Yamaha might just be working on a Triumph Tiger 900 and Ducati Multistrada 950 rival.

    Yamaha Tracer trademarked in India: Tiger 900, Multistrada 950 S rival incoming?

    10:50 (IST)18 Jun 2021
    The XSR relation

    When the 150cc XSR was launched globally, it saw a cheerful response from fans and potential customers in India and many hoped the baby XSR would make its way here. However, Yamaha opted to give the FZ series a neo-retro spin which is inspired by the XSR lineup and will be easy on the pocket comparatively.  

    10:40 (IST)18 Jun 2021
    Suspension and braking

    The FZ-X most likely shares its suspension setup and braking hardware with the Yamaha FZS. The new neo-retro bike is likely to come with 282 mm and 220 mm front and rear disc brakes. It will be further assisted by a single-channel ABS as standard. 

    10:32 (IST)18 Jun 2021
    While we wait..

    We test rode the BS6 Yamaha FZS 25 back in January. Watch the video below for a detailed review:

    10:26 (IST)18 Jun 2021
    Yamaha's surprise price cut

    The price of the new FZ-X will be announced shortly, but in the meantime, you could look at the new prices of the 250cc sibling for which the manufacturer reduced the prices recently.

    Click here: Yamaha FZ 25, FZS 25 get a massive price cut in India: Upcoming Pulsar 250 effect?

    10:24 (IST)18 Jun 2021
    Yamaha FZ-X bookings

    Last week, our dealer sources confirmed that the bookings of the bike had been opened unofficially. A few dealers that we spoke to started accepting bookings for the upcoming model for a minimum token amount of Rs 5,000. Only a few dealers had started accepting bookings which will be opened officially today.

    10:16 (IST)18 Jun 2021
    Yamaha FZ-X expected price

    The upcoming Yamaha FZ-X could also offer smartphone connectivity via Bluetooth. Considering all the changes in comparison to the FZS, the FZ-X would demand a premium of around Rs 5,000-7,000 over the starting price of the FZS-Fi which retails at Rs 1.08 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

    10:13 (IST)18 Jun 2021
    FZ-X design features

    Upfront, the new FZ-X will get an LED projector headlamp that seems to have been lifted from the MT-15, along with split-style LED DRLs. Moreover, it gets front fork gaiters along with a rear tyre hugger. The pillion grab rail though looks quite basic.

    10:10 (IST)18 Jun 2021
    Yamaha FZ-X engine

    The upcoming Yamaha FZ-X will be powered by the same 149cc engine that it will share with the Yamaha FZS. The engine puts out 12 hp and will be paired with a five-speed gearbox.

    10:07 (IST)18 Jun 2021
    What will the X be different from the S?

    According to the specs we found on the Internet, the FZ-X will be 2,020 mm in length, 785 mm in width and 1,115 mm in height. Hence, the new model will be 30 mm longer, 5 mm wider and 35 mm taller than the FZS-Fi. So, it should appear larger than its streetfighter sibling. Also, it will boast a neo-retro design.

    The new Yamaha FZ-X shares its powertrain with the 155cc FZ and also the frame but it boasts a new neo-retro design inspired by the XSR series. Along with the FZ-X, Yamaha unveiled the upcoming Fascino and Ray-ZR scooters as well, which will be launched soon.