Leaked – Yamaha Fazer FI V2.0 to be launched this month

Posted on: Sep 8, 2014 - 9:20am IST

Gets a tweaked semi-fairing.

The Yamaha Fazer FI V2.0 is getting ready to be launched towards the end of this month and Motoring World has uploaded some leaked images of the new gen semi-faired motorcycle.

Yamaha Fazer FI V2.0 black
The Yamaha Fazer FI V2.0’s fairing extends further down.

In terms of styling, the Fazer still is the faired version of the FZ. The reworked fairing extends further down and the dual headlamp elements now have kinks at the bottom.

Yamaha Fazer FI V2.0 White
The new semi-faired bike will borrow its fuel-injected 149 cc engine from its naked sibling.

The rest of the bike stays true to the FZ FI V2.0 series, featuring split seats, new silencer, redesigned instrument console, a tyre-hugging rear splatter guard and a new rear license plate holder. The Fazer FI V2.0 is expected to be available in three color themes – White Cloud, Black Hawk and Red Dawn.

Yamaha Fazer FI V2.0 red
The new Fazer would be launched by the end of September.

Mechanically, the Fazer FI V2.0 will borrow the slightly downsized 149 cc (the current bike uses a 153 cc carbureted unit) air-cooled fuel-injected engine from the FZ F1 V2.0 series. Mated to a 5-speed gearbox, the engine puts out 13.1 PS (12.9 bhp) and 12.8 Nm of torque which are lower than the current bike’s figures of 14 PS (13.8 bhp) and 13.6 Nm.

Check out the tech spec comparo of the Yamaha FZ FI V2.0 and its rivals

However, Yamaha claims an improved performance due to the fuel injection technology and reduction of weight (about 3 kg for the FZ FI V2.0).

Competitors: TVS Apache 160 RTR, New Honda 160 cc motorcycle

Expected Price: INR 85,000 – 90,000, ex-showroom

Launch Date: End of September 2014

Yamaha FZ FI V2.0 series – Image Gallery

[Images from Motoring World]

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