Shining chrome accents are added to the 2024 Yamaha FZ-X Chrome color palette to accentuate its upscale appearance.
India Yamaha Motor (IYM) has said today that a new color scheme for the FZ-X would be available. After being unveiled, the Yamaha FZ-X Chrome color has now formally hit the market, retailing for Rs. 1,39,700 (ex-showroom, Delhi). According to the Japanese company, the first 100 people who reserve a motorcycle online will receive a Casio G-Shock watch when their bike is delivered.
As per Yamaha, the latest addition demonstrates the company’s dedication to continuously upgrading and modernizing its product variety. Lately, Yamaha has mostly introduced new paint schemes to its mass market-focused range. The gasoline tank and the area around the round headlight both have a chrome finish. On the other hand, the fenders and body panels are painted black.
Yamaha FZ-X engine
Additionally completed in black are the side-mounted exhaust system, rear mudguard, grab rail, mirrors, and single piece. To provide a contrast, the multi-spoke alloy wheels and the FZ-X inscription on the side cover are painted in yellow. Naturally, the motorbike has not undergone any other modifications and still runs on the 149 cc single-cylinder air-cooled Fi engine.
It is sufficient to provide 13.3 Nm of peak torque at 5,500 rpm and a maximum power output of 12.4 PS at 7,250 rpm. The five-speed transmission connects the powerplant. The equipment list includes a Bluetooth-enabled Y-Connect application, LED headlight, low-profile engine guard, traction control, and multifunction LCD instrument cluster.
The 2024 Yamaha FZ-X Chrome has telescopic forks up front and a mono-shock suspension down back for handling suspension tasks. It also has disc brakes on both the front and rear axles, supplemented by a single-channel ABS. The motorbike, which has a modern/retro aesthetic, weighs 139 kg and has a 10-liter fuel tank. The FZ-X is now available in three more shades: Matt Copper, Matte Titan, and Dark Matte Blue. Because it is at the top of the spectrum, the new chrome is around Rs. 3,500 more expensive than the Matte Copper and Matte Black hues.
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