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Yamaha FZ FI Price in Bangalore

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Yamaha FZ FI Metallic

Yamaha

FZ FI

Variant
Metallic
City
Bangalore

Yamaha FZ FI On Road Price in Bangalore

Ex-showroom₹ 1,06,000
RTO₹ 22,306
Insurance (Comprehensive)₹ 7,934
Handling Charges₹ 2,467
On Road Price in Bangalore
₹ 1,38,707
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Yamaha FZ FI On Road Price List in Bangalore (Variants)

Yamaha FZ FI price in Bangalore starts from ₹ 1,38,707. FZ FI is available in India in 2 versions & 2 colors. The top end variant of FZ FI is priced in Bangalore at ₹ 1,38,707 (on road price, Bangalore). Yamaha FZ FI is available for sale at 3 Yamaha showrooms in Bangalore. FZ FI is also available on EMI option with EMI starting from ₹ 4,758 in Bangalore. Top alternatives of Yamaha FZ FI are Yamaha FZ S FI, Honda X-Blade & Bajaj Pulsar N150 with price in Bangalore starting from ₹ 1,21,700, ₹ 1,17,851 & ₹ 1,18,182 respectively.
VariantPriceSpecifications
FZ FI Metallic
₹ 1,38,707
On-Road
Disc Brakes, Alloy Wheels
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FZ FI Matte
₹ 1,38,707
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Disc Brakes, Alloy Wheels
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Yamaha FZ FI User Reviews Near Bangalore

4.6/5

(442 Ratings) 132 Reviews

4

Visual Appeal


4

Reliability


4

Performance


4

Comfort


4

Service Experience

4

Value for Money


4

Maintenance cost


4

Extra Features

FZ, the city bike

9 weeks ago


Aditya

Smooth to ride. Getting a mileage of 55+kmpl. However, service costs at the Bangalore service center are on the higher side just because Yamaha does not do scrutiny on the dealers. Misses out on connected tech and dual-channel ABS. For city use and random highway rides, do not think and go for it. At the end of the day, I am also hoping the bike stays true to Japanese reliability genes.

Rating Parameters

(out of 5)

3

Visual Appeal


4

Reliability


4

Comfort


3

Service Experience


4

Value for Money

About the Reviewer

Used it for

Daily Commute

Owned for

6 months-1 yr

Ridden for

< 5000 kms

Tips for other riders

Change oil after 3000kms, clean chain after 300-400kms.

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5


FZ FI V3 Post First Service

25 weeks ago


Arvind Baliga

Purchased: Aug 2023; Current ODO: 1,300; Services Completed: First Free
Engine/Performance/Mileage: Given I am mostly riding in the city puttering around in traffic with the occasional open road to open the throttle, I have found the performance to be ample. Maybe if I was out on the open highway looking to do triple digits, I would have found the engine to be wanting given the power on tap. On further thought, I am not sure there are too many 150-160 cc bikes out there that would be comfortable doing triple digits on the highway, but I could be wrong. I found that doing 65-75 was kind of a sweet spot for this street bike (surprisingly the ECO indicator would be on between 65-70 too!). The torque though is sufficient enough to perform the quick overtake and slice through the traffic. I had heard there could be engine overheating issues on occasion, but I have not encountered issues of that sort (touchwood). As far as fuel efficiency is concerned, I can get around 50 kmpl (I usually fill something like 3 liters when the gauge starts blinking and then expect it to go for another 150 km before it blinks again, and it seems to work!). For the specs on offer and the translated performance on the road, I would give it a 4.5 out of 5.
Gearbox/Clutch/Transmission: Before my first free service, I had found the gearbox to be notchy with the false neutral being encountered far too often. But after the first service, there has been a complete transformation. The gearbox is now silky smooth and engages effortlessly (sometimes without even realizing it). If I were to name any con, that would be the occasional engagement of neutral when shifting from first to second, but I think that's more me than the gearbox. Easily a 4.5 out of 5.
Suspension/Ride & Handling: This has to be the best feature of this bike. The fat 41mm front telescopic forks and rear mono-shock in tandem with the 140-section rear tire work marvelously to offer a great ride and leaning into turns or corners and turning the bike in the twisties is a breeze (albeit the bigger turning radius). I still haven't had a consistent pillion to comment on pillion comfort but as a rider, I really couldn't ask for more. I would give it a 5 out of 5.
Braking: I am usually not one to use the brakes extensively given I anticipate (or at least try to) the upcoming traffic and allow engine braking to do most of the slowing down. However, when I have needed to rely on the brakes for a quick stop the front 283 mm disc has been extremely reliable with great feedback and bite (I employ a repetitive engage-disengage pattern to braking which I have found to work efficiently for me, rather than a hard tug at the lever). The rear brakes do the job well without biting too hard and locking the rear tire. I have found the single-channel ABS to intrude only once so far when I had to stop suddenly, and it was a rude awakener, but I now completely understand why we need it. I would give it a 4.5 out of 5.
Instrumentation/Lights: The instrumentation is completely digital looks good and is readable - both day and night. Still feel they could have added a gear position indicator and maybe average fuel efficiency. The ECO indicator (which used to be a tell-tale light previously) is now included in the instrumentation cluster at the bottom right - hard to gauge if you ask me. The headlights could have been better, much better. Not much of a problem on lit city roads but come the dark dungeons of the city pockets and you wish you had packed an extra flashlight. How I wish I could somehow install the N160's projector LED on this one! I had heard the V4's updated headlight may be better but video comparisons don't show much of an improvement there either. The fuel gauge is a tricky little thing to understand. One thing I found out was, don't trust it when you start the bike. Wait for at least one km before you read the fuel gauge. I would give it a 3.5 out of 5.
Build Quality: The plastics on the sides are so flimsy that I have had issues with them on more than one occasion. They look like they could fall apart any moment (I have to be ultra careful when I wash my bike to ensure I don't exert too much force so that they yank out of position - already happened once!) Didn't expect that from Yamaha given their quality standards. Even the engine guard accessory installed by them is so malleable. I found that I could use my one hand and bend it whichever way I needed it. God knows how it would work when it needs to do its job. I am very inclined to have it replaced already but I did pay 1,100 for it so might see it out before I look for an alternative. I would give it a 3 out of 5.
Overall, I am content with the bike's performance. As any avid bike rider would know, there are pros and cons to every machine and for the price I paid, I have to say I am satisfied.

Rating Parameters

(out of 5)

5

Visual Appeal


5

Reliability


5

Comfort


4

Service Experience


4

Value for Money

About the Reviewer

Used it for

Daily Commute

Owned for

3-6 months

Ridden for

< 5000 kms

Tips for other riders

Clean and lube chain set every 500 km, check tire pressures regularly (every other trip to the fuel station), idle engine for at least a minute before getting started, use center stand if parking bike for more than an hour

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Unleashing the Thrill: A Comprehensive Review of the Yamaha FZ FI

26 weeks ago


Rishith Rk

1. Buying Experience:
My journey with the Yamaha FZ FI began with an exceptional buying experience. The dealership staff was knowledgeable, friendly, and patient, guiding me through the various features and customization options. The paperwork and delivery process were smooth, reflecting Yamaha's commitment to customer satisfaction.
2. Riding Experience:
The Yamaha FZ FI is a true delight on the road. The fuel-injected 149cc engine delivers a punchy performance, making city commuting a breeze while still providing enough power for highway cruises. The bike's nimble handling and comfortable riding posture contribute to a confident and enjoyable riding experience. The throttle response is precise, and the bike feels stable even at higher speeds.
3. Looks, Performance, etc.:
The FZ FI stands out with its muscular and aggressive design. The LED headlight and tail lamp add a modern touch, enhancing both aesthetics and visibility. The digital instrument cluster is informative and easy to read, providing essential details at a glance. The bike's performance is commendable, striking a balance between power and fuel efficiency. The smooth gearbox ensures seamless gear transitions, enhancing overall ride quality.
4. Servicing and Maintenance:
Yamaha's commitment to reliability is evident in the minimal servicing requirements of the FZ FI. Regular maintenance is straightforward, and the service intervals are reasonable. Genuine spare parts are readily available, and the service network is extensive, ensuring peace of mind for the long term. They also suggest what are the services which will make the bike perform better but it's up to the owner to go ahead with it or not.
5. Pros and Cons:
Pros:
-Performance: The 149cc engine provides a perfect balance of power and efficiency.
-Handling: Nimble and responsive, making it a joy to navigate through city traffic.
-Build Quality: Yamaha's build quality shines through, ensuring durability and longevity.
-Fuel Efficiency: The FZ FI is fuel-efficient, making it an economical choice for daily commuting.
-Price: The FZ FI is worth every penny you are paying for.
Cons:
- Seat Comfort: While the overall riding posture is comfortable, the seat could be more accommodating for longer rides.
- Suspension: The suspension, while decent, could be slightly improved for a smoother ride over rough surfaces.
-Throttle response: I feel the throttle response is slightly slow.
Final Verdict:
The Yamaha FZ FI is a standout performer in its segment, offering a thrilling riding experience coupled with an eye-catching design. From the buying process to the everyday commute, this bike delivers on multiple fronts. With Yamaha's reputation for reliability and performance, the FZ FI is a solid choice for riders seeking a perfect blend of style and substance in their daily rides.

Rating Parameters

(out of 5)

4

Visual Appeal


4

Reliability


4

Comfort


3

Service Experience


5

Value for Money

About the Reviewer

Used it for

Daily Commute

Owned for

6 months-1 yr

Ridden for

< 5000 kms

Tips for other riders

Regular maintenance and service.

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Yamaha FZ FI On-Road Prices in Cities Near Bangalore

CityOn-road Price
Nelamangala₹ 1,21,848
Magadi₹ 1,21,848
Gudibanda₹ 1,21,848
Mysore₹ 1,39,641
Holenarasipur₹ 1,21,848
Anekal₹ 1,21,848
Devanahalli₹ 1,21,848
Kollegal₹ 1,21,848
Hoskote₹ 1,21,848
Doddaballapura₹ 1,21,848
Channapatna₹ 1,21,848
Kunigal₹ 1,21,848

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FAQs about Yamaha FZ FI Price in Bangalore

Q: What is the on road price of Yamaha FZ FI in Bangalore?
The on road price of Yamaha FZ FI in Bangalore is ₹ 1,38,707. This includes RTO charges of ₹ 22,306 and insurance cost of ₹ 7,934.

Q: What will be the monthly EMI for Yamaha FZ FI?
For a down payment of ₹ 6,935 and interest rate of 10%, EMI for Yamaha FZ FI will be ₹ 4,758 to be paid monthly for a tenure of 3 years.

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Yamaha Showrooms in Bangalore

Geetha Motors

Vinayaka Nagar, Bangalore, 560017

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Krishnarajapura, Bangalore, 560036

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Whitefield, Bangalore, 560066

Yamaha FZ FI mileage

Yamaha FZ FI mileage

The average of the FZ FI is 48 kmpl, as per the owners of the bike.

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