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Yamaha adds new colours to FZ-S Fi Version 4.0 DLX in India

India Yamaha Motor (IYM) Pvt. Ltd., in line with its ‘The Call of the Blue’ brand campaign, has introduced two new colour shades for its popular streetfighter model, the FZS-S Fi Version 4.0 DLX. The new colours, Ice Fluo-Vermillion and Cyber Green, have been launched at a price of INR 1,29,700/- (Ex-Showroom, New Delhi). These new colours will be available starting today.

A Palette for the Youth

With the addition of these dynamic colours, IYM wants to remain relevant and appealing to the ever-changing demands of its youthful customer base in India. The FZ-S Fi Version 4.0 DLX now offers six colours for customers to choose from – the latest Ice Fluo-Vermillion & Cyber Green, the striking Majesty Red, Yamaha’s favourite – Racing Blue, and the classic choices – Matte Black & Metallic Grey.

Power and Features

The FZS-S Fi Version 4.0 DLX is powered by a 149 cc single cylinder engine that produces 12.2 bhp of peak power and 13.3 Nm of peak torque. The Monocross Suspension in the bike offers excellent shock-absorbing performance and stability during braking, while the Front Disc Brake with Single Channel ABS offers greater control even in slippery conditions.

The two-wheeler is equipped with Bluetooth-enabled Yamaha Motorcycle Connect and Traction Control System—a first in its category. These features enhance the riding experience by providing stability and connectivity on the go. The e20 compatible bike’s design is further accentuated by Class D Headlight, LED Flasher & LED Tail-light offering improved distribution of light and night-time visibility; and Chrome Duct Plating and 3D emblem, enhancing its premium look. The coloured wheels add a flamboyant touch to its street presence. With its comfortable two-level seat and lightweight build at just 135 kgs, the FZS-FI DLX promises agile manoeuvrability and quick initial pickup, making it a joy to ride in urban environments.

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