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Yamaha F 16 India
Yamaha Motor has announced the launch of all-new 'Macho Street Fighter" Yamaha FZ 16 in India, in its bid to revolutionize the biking scene in the country. The FZ 16 will be offered in 3 colours namely lava red, midnight black and flaming orange. The bike will be priced at Rs. 65000 ex showroom (All India). Dubbed as 'Lord of the Streets', FZ16 is designed and engineered with the potential for active and even aggressive enjoyment of around-town street riding and styling that brings pride of ownership and makes any rider look like they own the road.

Unveiling FZ 16 during a select media tour for test ride at Goa, CEO and managing director, Tsutomu Mabuchi said, "With the launch of FZ 16, Yamaha is poised to provide Indian bike enthusiasts with both a rough and brutish expression as well as a certain subtlety. This high quality masterpiece will without doubt become a rage for the next generation."
Yamaha F 16 India

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Yamaha F 16 India
Yamaha F 16 India
Yamaha F 16 India
Yamaha F 16 India

Yamaha FZ-16 Specifications:


  • Engine: 153.7 CC four-stroke, air-cooled, single-cylinder, 2 valves, SOHC
  • Power: 15PS @ 8,400 RPM (Estimated)
  • Gearbox: 5-speed
  • Fuel System: 26mm CV Carb
  • Wheels (F/R): 5-spoke 17" die-cast alloys
  • Tyres(F/R): 100/60-R17, 140-60-R17
  • Brakes(F/R): 267mm single cross-drilled ventilated rotor with 2-pot calipers / 130mm drum
  • Suspension:
  • Front: 41mm Telescopic Forks
  • Rear: Monocross type
  • Headlight: 12V 35W Halogen with Multifocal Reflector
  • Exhaust System: Mid Ship type, side mounted
  • Tank capacity: 13 litres
  • Colors: Lava Red, Midnight Black and Flaming Orange

Dimensions ::

Length: 1975.00 mm
Width: 770.00 mm
Height: 1045.00 mm

Yamaha F 16 India
Yamaha F 16 India
Yamaha F 16 India
Yamaha F 16 India
Yamaha F 16 India
Yamaha F 16 India
Yamaha F 16 India
Yamaha has always kept up with new technology while constantly bringing it to the next level. The bike gets its looks from the global FZ series known for awesome looks and tremendous power. Its engine packs a mighty punch and the light weight diamond type frame known for its simplicity and excellent rigidity- enables it to cut its way through the curves like a street-fighter.

With the triple macho concept projecting the Muscular silhouette, muscular body parts and muscular chassis, FZ 16 bike boasts of a 153cc air-cooled, 4-stroke, single-cylinder high torque engine for active & aggressive city riding. A negative pressure type Φ26mm carburetor with Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) contributes to outstanding engine response on the FZ16. The placement of this model's 'MidShip Muffler' is toward the center of the machine to achieve good concentration of mass, exhaust efficiency and handling. While 5-speed transmission provides a smooth operational touch, the gear ratios are set to provide optimum performance and agility in city riding.

A monocross suspension ensures agile running performance and handling. At the same time it inhibits machine bottoming while riding with a tandem passenger and provides a very comfortable ride, as claimed by the company. The front suspension is 41 mm thick, besides good absorption of shocks from the road; this suspension also provides good damping characteristics during acceleration and braking.

FZ 16 also has India's first '140/60-17' size rear radial with a 60 per cent aspect ratio contributes to better grip and handling stability. To achieve sufficient cooling effect, the cylinder head on the FZ16 engine is designed with especially large fins as well as a shroud (air intake cowl) to effectively direct airflow to the engine.

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4 comments:

How much kilometer it can run with one liter of petrol on average kerala state highways?

 

i think tank shape doesn suits for this...

 

it would do 45Km/1 Liter, Colombo Yahama agent said !

 

Thanks for sharing the link, but unfortunately it seems to be down... Does anybody have a mirror or another source? Please reply to my post if you do!

I would appreciate if a staff member here at www.kochigeek.com could post it.

Thanks,
Charlie

 
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