With the updated FZ range being launched at the end of June this year, it was just a matter of time before Yamaha unveiled the updated Fazer. Mechanically, this is known as the Fazer FI Version 2.0, as it keeps on being a half-faired FZ.
However, the new bits on the updated Fazer are the same as those on the new FZ, which implies you get another 149cc, fuel-infused, single-cylinder engine that puts out 13bhp and 12.8nm. In spite of the fact that that is lesser power on paper as contrasted with the bike it replaces, however at 137kg, its four kilos lighter than the past model.
Yamaha's new 'Blue Core' tech is available here as well, which implies the changed Fazer will run more kilometers to a liter of petrol. Yamaha cases fuel effectiveness is up 14 % and just to bail you get all the more out of each and every drop of petrol, there's an 'Eco Indicator' that lights up when you ride it in penny-pincher mode. What's more obviously, in the same way as we've seen on the FZ, power conveyance will be crisper.
There's a recently outlined seat, new tires, a tweaked undercarriage and adjusted suspension settings. Furthermore, the edgier headlights also enticed.
The overhauled Fazer will be accessible in three shades - dark, red and white - at a cost of Rs 83,850 (ex-showroom, Delhi).