Yamaha SZ-R India REVIEW Mileage and Price
Yamaha SZ-R - Sports variant of SZ-X
Yamaha want to capture the 10% of Indan bike market, to achieve this aim they previously launched R15 and FZ series. Yamaha captured the mind of youth by launching sporty looking bikes like Fazer and FZ-r. Now, it came with the sporty Variant of SZ-X, let's have a Look on it.
Name: Yamaha Sz-r
Price: Rs 55,000(ex-showroom) Rs: 63,000 ON ROAD
For: Reasonable Pricing,
Good looks and style,
Against: Analogue Instrument Cluster
Value for Money: 4/5
Engine:Air-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHCMaximum
Power:12 Bhp @ 7500 rpm
Maximum Torque:12.8 Nm @ 4500 rpm
Cooling Type:Air Cooling
Length:2050.00 mmWidth:730.00 mmHeight:1100.00 mm
The Yamaha SZ-R comes with a 153cc engine, which generates a maximum power of 12 Bhp with maximum torque of 12.8 Nm. It is aimed to give the rider the thrill of riding with comfort. As all other Yamaha engines, we feel the power from the starting itself. The 153cc engine is the same that used in FZ series. The engine adds style, comfort and power to the bike.
In the first look, we feel it is the SZ-x, but the front disc brakes and new colour combination will correct us. It comes with front disc brakes, tachometer and fuel tank protector that makes us feel larger.he bike also has clear lens flasher, colored handle grip end bar, painted muffler end caps along with special graphics. In the market, it competes with Bajaj XCD 135, Hero Honda Hunk, Suzuki Zeus and Honda Unicorn.
The Yamaha SZ-R gives a mileage of 60-70 km/l on local road conditions, which is good enough for a RS 55,000 priced bike. the price will be about RS 63,000 on road.
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