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Yamaha reveals Crosser 150cc adventure motorcycle, but won’t come to India

Written by Rohit Tonapi

Yamaha has revealed the Crosser 150cc adventure motorcycle. The motorcycle is based on the Yamaha FZ-Fi, on sale in India. The adventure motorcycle segment is booming in India with lots of new options. The Hero Honda XPulse 200 is the entry-level adventure motorcycle in India. There are currently no 150cc adventure motorcycle options in the country. The last 150cc adventure motorcycle option was the Hero Honda Impulse. However, Yamaha India has no plans to launch the Crosser in India. 

Yamaha Crosser 150cc Adventure Motorcycle – Design

The Yamaha Crosser gets an upright stance and minimum body panels. The bike sports a LED-projector headlight similar to the Indian FZ-25 and MT-15. The motorcycle gets a sharp beak, and right above that, the LED DRLs surround the headlight. The overall silhouette of the bike draws inspiration from the off-road motorcycles by the brand. The high-mounted exhaust, tail section and the 12-litre fuel tank make it look purposeful.

Yamaha Crosser 150cc Adventure Motorcycle – Engine

The Yamaha Crosser gets a 149cc air-cooled single-cylinder engine with a 5-speed gearbox. The engine shares its bore and stroke with the FZ-Fi and FZ-X sold in India. The engine produces 12.4 HP of power and 12.7 Nm of torque. The power figure is the same as the Yamaha FZ-Fi. However, it makes slightly less torque.

Yamaha Crosser 150cc Adventure Motorcycle – Features

The instrument cluster of the bike is full-digital and also features Bluetooth connectivity. In addition to this, the Crosser also gets a gear position indicator. Although the FZ-Fi has a similar instrument console, it misses out on this. On the Crosser, there’s also a charger socket available near the ignition.

Yamaha Crosser 150cc Adventure Motorcycle – Suspension and Brakes

The Yamaha Crosser uses a telescopic fork at the front with a travel of 180mm. At the rear, the bike uses a monoshock with 160mm of travel. The bike also uses tube type wire-spoke wheels. The braking setup includes disc brakes at both ends. Additionally, it gets a single-channel ABS. The motorcycle has a kerb weight of 137kg.

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