The FZ-S 25 is Yamaha India’s take on the world of entry-level quarter-litre motorcycles. The BS4 variant was known for its no non-sense design and performance approach. These aspects along with good comfort level and decent pricing made it a great choice for buyers who wanted to upgrade from a 150cc motorcycle. But now we are in 2021 and also in the world of BS6, so a few things have been changed on the FZ-S 25 to make it cleaner, more enticing and also more aspirational. Read full review
Yamaha Motor India created a niche for itself in the Honda Activa-dominated 110c scooter segment by introducing the Ray ZR Street Rally over two years ago. We tested the Yamaha Ray ZR Street Rally BS6, and here is our road test review about the scooter.Read full review
While most of the big manufacturers already had an offering in the segment, Yamaha was the last to enter the party with the Fascino 125 in December 2019. Although we are a bit late too, we spent a few days with the Fascino 125 in a bid to find out what this new scooter offering from Yamaha is all about.Read full review
Every two-wheeler brand wants to be in the growing 125cc scooter space. Suzuki came first and is leading. Then, other brands like Honda and Hero MotoCorp jumped in the bandwagon and managed to gain some good sales.Read full review
While the Apache was touted to follow the bloodline of its racing pedigree and the innovation that TVS was famous for, the FZ was acclaimed as the ‘Lord of the Streets’, offering refinement, quality and handling from the Japanese two-wheeler giant.
It all started with the FZ-16 that was introduced in India back in 2008. It was the bike all the young guns wanted. Fast forward to 2019 and here you have the FZ-S V3 which, as the insightful lot of you might have guessed right, is the third generation of the FZ-16. How much has changed over the years? Is it still…the ‘Lord of the Streets’?
We all know what the Yamaha YZF R15 V3.0 is capable of when it comes to the track. It is dynamic, agile, packs a potent motor and is, nevertheless a good-looking motorcycle. Now, using these same ingredients, Yamaha has got the streetbike version based on the former, in the form of the MT-15.
11 months and 7000kms later, it’s time to bid adieu to one of the most favourite long-terms I ever had, the Yamaha FZ 25. The last one year has been great fun with this quarter-litre Yamaha. We did a 3500kms long-distance ride down south, spent a full gruelling day at the track and it was also my preferred companion for every day commute.