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Yamaha FZ 16
The launch of this aerodynamic-looking, sporty, yet rusty mobike is going to
please one and all bike lovers like you and me! While I say sporty, believe me I
also meant that Yamaha FZ 16 is also designed by Bike manufacturing Giant Yamaha
Motors keeping in mind the rugged and crater-filled Indian roads. The motorbike
is believed to shake the entire two-wheeler segment market of the Indian
automobile industry. With its launch Yamaha as a company will in no time get
synonymous with the youth of the country and will mark the beginning of a new
era. The premium bike maker is all set to roll the dice in its favor posing
tough competition to Apache, Pulsars and Hunks.
This Lord of Street is available in bold colors of flaming orange, midnight
black and lava red. The kerb weight of the vehicle is 126kg, with a length of
1975 mm, height of 1045 mm and a width of 770 mm.
Tyres: Both, rear and front end tyres are tubeless with rear-end tyre having aspect ratio of 60 per cent. The advantage of tubeless tyres are, on being punctured it is less susceptible on getting flattened (I assume you know it also reduces the kerb weight of the bike as well). Yamaha FZ-16 has the fattest rear-end tyre with specifications as 140/60-R17, while that of the front tyre is 100/60-17. Which means the balance is perfect!
Dashboard: Yamaha FZ-16 sports fully digital speedometer and all other measuring
indicators including the odometer, fuel gauge and the tachometer that have a
characteristic of Liquid Crystal Display for clearer vision.