Saturday, July 20, 2013

Honda CB Trigger Vs Yamaha FZ-S-Face Off

Honda Bikes have been doing exceptionally well in the Indian two-wheeler market and they holds the second position with pride, however, Yamaha Bikes do not have their name in the top 3 auto-mobile manufacturer's list but they are striving hard to improve their current position here. In terms of sales Honda leaves its rivals far behind and the whole story revolves around the sales figures. In order to continue achieving new heights Honda CB Trigger has been launched by the Japanese maker. On the other hand, Yamaha FZS has been unveiled by the another Japanese giant.Let us get into the detailing of these two bikes and find out what exactly they have new to offer to the Indian buyers and to keep themselves in the race.
Yamaha FZS
Honda CB Trigger Price is one of the biggest feature as it falls between a very aggressive and affordable price bracket of INR. 67,400 to 76,900. However, Yamaha FZS Price comes with a huge range. You can be the owner of the FZS in just Rs. 71,500 or else you can spend up to Rs. 73,500 (Prices are ex-showroom, New Delhi). Honda CB Trigger houses a four-stroke, air-cooled engine with 149.1 cc displacement. The single-cylinder and advanced engine cranks off a maximum power out put of 13.81 Bhp at 8500 rpm where it produces a peak torque out put of 12.5 Nm at 6500 rpm. This engine is mated with a 5 speed manual gearbox.
Honda CB Trigger
On the other hand, Yamaha FZS boasts an air-cooled, single-cylinder engine with 153 cc displacement. The twin-valve and SOHC engine scoops out the utmost power out put off 14 Bhp at 7500 rpm and 14 Nm at 6000 rpm. Its engine is allied with a 5 speed transmission. As far as the mileage of both the bikes is concerned, Honda CB Trigger is better as it churns out a mileage of 45 kmpl in city conditions and on long revs it gives a meaty mileage of 60 km/l. Whereas, Yamaha FZS delivers a fuel-consumption of mere 36 kmpl in city and on long runs it gives a dry fuel-consumption of just 45 kmpl. Yamaha has also launched Yamaha Ray Z gearless scooter with a pricetag of 48,555 .

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