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Wait a few days, Yamaha will launch its new neo-retro style bike FZ-X on this date

Soon, Japanese automaker Yamaha is preparing to launch its new affordable sports bike. The company announced the launch of its new upcoming bike in an inviting press release today. The company will launch its new bike on June 18.

Although the upcoming bike is not named in this release, according to media reports, the company may launch the FZ-X Sport bike in the Indian market on June 18. Recently this bike was spotted during testing and TV commercial shoot at several different events. It is a neo-retro styled bike, which gave the company an attractive design and look.

What will the new bike look like:

Although a clear picture of this bike has not been released yet, based on the spy image it can be said that the company has given it an LED projector headlamp. Which was previously seen at MT-15. It gets a circular split LED daytime running light with occupant rail for the pylon rider.

A few days ago, some details related to the size of this bike were leaked on the internet. According to which this bike will be about 30 mm longer, 5 mm longer and 35 mm wider than the current FZS-Fi model. All in all this bike will be bigger in size. Although its wheelbase can be 1,330mm.

On this bike, the company is using a single cylinder air-cooled engine with a capacity of 149 cc, which achieves 12.2 hp of power. Apart from this, this bike can also be given smartphone bluetooth connection and other sophisticated features. As far as price is concerned, it can cost Rs 5,000 to Rs 7,000 more than the current FZS-Fi model, which costs Rs 1.08 lakh. But we will have to wait for its official launch for complete information about it.


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