Monday, July 26, 2010

Yamaha SZ features review

India Yamaha Motors, one of the leading two-wheeler market leader, is ready to launch their new long awaited premium motorcycle, Yamaha SZ soon in India. According to some media reports the company is scheduled to launch Yamaha SZ 150 on 5th of August in Noida. The new premium motorcycle would be equipped with cutting-edge technology along with advanced features which makes it looks very stunning and great performance motorcycle in the Indian auto market. The all new Yamaha SZ is likely to be available with affordable price tag of around Rs. 55,000. The company hopes that the new Yamaha SZ is going to compete with Hero Honda Hunk, Bajaj Discover 150, Honda CB Dazzler, Hero Honda CBZ Xtreme and Suzuki GS in the Indian market. Yamaha SZ Yamaha SZ is believes to be gifted with kick and self start options. The new bike will be equipped with 18 inch spoke alloy wheels and the tyre size would be 2.75x18 42P for front and 3.00x18 52P or rear. It might have both drum brakes, besides, the disc brake version of Yamaha SZ is also expected to be launched soon in India. The Yamaha bike yet-to-launch with many features like suspension would be loaded with telescopic hydraulic type at front and adjustable hydraulic shock absorber at rear for the smooth and comfort ride, It had been loaded with a latest designed muffler. As per the initial pictures, the Yamaha SZ might get analogue dashboard comprised of tachometer, fuel guage, speedometer, tripmeter and other indicators. Yamaha SZ The new Yamaha SZ 150 is believed to be loaded with a 150cc, air cooled, 4 stroke, SOHC, 2 valves engine which might produce 11 bhp of maximum power at 7500 rpm and would churn 10.4 Nm of top torque at 6,500 rpm expected. It is to incorporate with 13 litres of fuel tank which includes 1.5 litres of reserve. After getting a excellent powerful engine capacity which believes to offer a mileage of around 50 km/l in city. The new Yamaha SZ is supposed to be available with a 5 speed manual gearbox. The front and rear view of the Yamaha SZ is to be sporty and sharp as displayed in Auto Expo. Apart from that launch, Indian bike lovers will see more launches in India that includes Suzuki Gladius, Kawasaki Ninja 650R, TVS Apache 220, TVS MAX, Vibgyor shark etc.

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