This bike is a city bike and it is to be used for riding in cities only.
The bike is light and is fun to ride even in traffic.
Handling and stability is very good.
Mileage is 45km approx.
I wish it had a little more punch and pickup.
Bike doesn't have any top end.
The engine feels stressed at speeds higher than 80km.
Gear box, not the best.
Sound, well the engine is very refined. You barely feel any vibration and can hear the bike only after 6000rpm.
The red back-light display looks cool at night, but has minimum information on offer.
Grip from the tyres is very good both in wet as well as dry conditions.
Brakes are good when used together.
Maintenance cost is low, but yamaha after sales service is not up to the mark.
The suspension setup is hard, you will probably feel all the imperfections on the road.
The bike is extremely easy to ride.
The rider and pillion comfort is average.
On open road and highways we really feel that the bike lacks power.
Overall fit and finish of the bike is very good.
Ground clearance is acceptable at 160mm, but you do have to slow down on monstrous speed breakers on our roads.
Overall the package that this bike offers is very good.
The bike is worth the money yamaha asks for it.
Tips for Yamaha FZ S V 2.0
Learn to do small things on your own.
Always wear a helmet.
Do pre ride and post ride checks.
Ride cautiously, follow all the road rules.
Value for Money