Yamaha FZ and FZ-S FI version 2.0 vs older model- price, features, spec
Yamaha India launched version 2.0 of FZ and FZ-S 150cc segment bikes today with John Abraham on stage. New FZ duo after being unveiled at Delhi Auto Expo earlier this year was spied testing several times, giving away most styling and functional changes before launch. We now see how different FZ FI v2.0 and FZ-S FI v2.0 are from older versions.
At 2014 Delhi Auto Expo, Yamaha showcased next generation FZ-S concept with significant design changes; no word about engine or power spec. Spy shots did not help to determine performance upgrades either. Word around suggested slightly bigger engine with more power would be featured to step up its game. When Yamaha recently sent out media invites for “unveiling of a new chapter” today, it was almost clear that new FZ facelift would be coming out. And it did.
Yamaha launched FZ and FZ-S version 2.0 today and talked about market research and styling updates given to the bikes, one piece of information came as a surprise and stuck to our minds. New 2014 FZ & FZ-S share smaller engine with lesser power! Its not a jump from 153cc to 125cc, still 149cc itches. Not to mention recorded max. power and peak torque dip from 14 PS and 13.6 Nm to 13.1 PS and 12.8 Nm. It was unclear how it could be an upgrade, at this point.
Yamaha Motor India cleared it out by announcing newly implemented ‘BlueCore’ technology to improve combustion efficiency and reduce power loss thereby saving performance of FZ version 2 bikes. Yamaha’s fuel injection system and reduced chassis weight (by 3 kg) also contributes to keeping up appearances on a rev match.
Surprisingly, Yamaha managed to make new FZ and FZ-S v2.0 bikes more appealing by claiming improved 0-100 sprint time and hike in mileage by 14% along with lowered CO2 emission. FZ is now the lightest in segment weighing just 132 kg (kerb weight). In short, Yamaha has made FZ to look more beefy, invite more eyes, be more aerodynamic, and easier on the pocket (after purchase).
Significant changes from older FZ apart from power train includes new body graphics, redesigned headlight unit, new visor, clear turn indicators, new multifunction digital instrument panel with ECO indicator, air scoops below tank, split seats, new pillion grab rails, redesigned exhaust end cap, new tire hugger, fresh tail light assembly, redesigned tire treads and tweaked front and rear suspension settings.
Color options of 2014 Yamaha FZ version 2.0 include Panther Black & Scorching Red; priced at Rs. 76,250 ex-showroom Delhi. That of new FZ-S ver. 2.0 include Astral Blue, Moonwalk White, Cyber Green & Molten Orange; priced at Rs. 78,250 ex-showroom Delhi.
Check launch story of Yamaha FZ & FZ-S version 2.0 and picture gallery here.
Check detailed comparison of old and new Yamaha FZ’s technical specifications:
|Description||New FZ & FZ-S version 2.0||Older FZ & FZ-S version 1.0|
|Homologation Type Code||—||—|
|Model type code||2GS1||NA|
|Chassis type code||RG071||NA|
|Engine type code||G3C8E||NA|
|Dimension – Weight|
|Minimum ground clearance||160mm||160mm|
|Wet(with oil and a full fuel tank)||132kg||135kg|
|Minimum turning radius||2.6m||NA|
|Engine type||Air cooled,4-stroke,SOHC, 2-valve||Air cooled,4-stroke,SOHC, 2-valve|
|Cylinder arrangement||Single cylinder||Single cylinder|
|Displacement||149 cc||153 cc|
|Bore & stroke||57.3 × 57.9mm||58.0 × 57.9mm|
|Compression ratio||9.5 :1||9.5:1|
|Maximum horse power||9.7kW(13.1PS)/8000r/min||14PS @ 7500 rpm|
|Maximum torque||12.8Nm( 1.3 kgf.m)/6000r/min)||13.6Nm @ 6000rpm|
|Starting system type||Electric||Electric & Kick|
|Lubrication system||Force-feed lubrication,wet sump||Wet Sump|
|Engine oil capacity||1.2 litres||1.2 litres|
|Fuel tank capacity||12 litres||12 litres|
|Carburetor Type/Fuel supply||Fuel injection||Carburetor|
|Ignition system type||TCI(Transistor controlled ignition)||TCI(Transistor controlled ignition)|
|Spark plug model||CPR8EA-9||NA|
|Battery voltage/capacity||12V,4.0AH(10H)||12 V, 5.0 Ah|
|Primary reduction ratio||3.409 (75/22)||3.409 (75/22)|
|Secondary reduction ratio||2.929 (41/14)||2.857|
|Clutch type||Wet, multiple-disc||Wet, multiple-disc|
|Transmission type||Constant mesh 5-speed||Constant mesh 5-speed|
|Gear ratio-1st gear||2.714 (38/14)||2.714 (38/14)|
|Gear ratio-2nd gear||1.789 (34/19)||1.789 (34/19)|
|Gear ratio-3rd gear||1.318 (29/22)||1.318 (29/22)|
|Gear ratio-4th gear||1.045 (23/22)||1.045 (23/22)|
|Gear ratio-5th gear||0.875 (21/24)||0.875 (21/24)|
|Tire size(Front)||100/80-17M/C(52P)MRF NYLOGRIP ZAPPER-FX1 (Tubeless)||100/80-17|
|Tire size(Rear)||140/60-R17M/C(63P)MRF revz-Y (Tubeless)||140/60-R17|
|Brake type(Front)||Hydraulic disc brake with 2 pot caliper||Hydraulic disc brake with 2 pot caliper|
|Brake type(Rear)||Mechanical leading trailing shoe brake/Drum brake||Mechanical leading trailing shoe brake/Drum brake|
|Diameter of brake disk(Front)||267mm||267mm|
|Diameter of brake disk(Rear)||–||–|
|Inside diameter of drum / Effective radius of disc(Front)||242mm||242mm|
|Inside diameter of drum / Effective radius of disc(Rear)||130mm||130mm|
|Shock absorber assembly type(Front)||Coil spring/oil damper||Coil spring/oil damper|
|Shock absorber assembly type(Rear)||Coil spring/oil damper||Coil spring/oil damper|
|Inner tube diameter of front fork||41mm||41mm|
|Headlight bulb type||Halogen bulb||Halogen bulb|
|Headlight||12V,35/35W×1||12 V, 35/35W|
|Turn signal light(Front)||12V,10W×2||NA|
|Turn signal light(Rear)||12V,10W×2||NA|
|Odometer||Liquid crystal||Liquid crystal|
|Trip meter||Liquid crystal||Liquid crystal|
|Water temperature meter||—||—|
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