Yamaha FZ X to launch soon in Nepal

The Yamaha FZ X was launched in India on June 17, 2021. It is a crossover motorcycle that has a classic retro look inspired by classic-era motorcycles. The bike comes with a host of features and is offered at an affordable price—these characteristics have allowed it to stand out in the 150 cc segment.

And now, MAW Enterprises Pvt. Ltd —the sole authorized distributor of Yamaha—is getting ready to roll out the Yamaha FZ X in Nepal. The bike will be available in three colour options: Metallic Blue, Matte Copper, and Matte Black. 

Yamaha FZ X design and features

The Yamaha FZ X is the first bike in the FZ series to don a classic neo-retro look, making it completely different from the others in the series. At the front, the FZX gets a round-shaped LED headlamp with DRLs that provide great visibility at night. At the rear, the bike features a circular LED taillight. 

The bike comes equipped with a stylish LCD instrument screen that displays the tachometer as an analogue-looking circular dial. The frame has an under cowl that enhances the neo-retro look and also protects the engine on all types of terrain.

The bike comes with a two-level, slip-resistant, tuck-and-roll seat that is comfy and sturdy. 

The bike is available in two models: one of them features Yamaha’s Y-Connect app that tracks your fuel consumption, suggests maintenance recommendations, shows the last-parking location, and also features a fuel gauge and a clock.

Auxiliary lightsDRLs
ClockDigital, auto-adjust, with smartphone connectivity
Instrument clusterNegative LCD with smartphone connectivity
ECO indicatorYes
Power socketYes
Bluetooth Yes
Side-stand engine cut-off switchYes


The Yamaha FZ X is powered by an air-cooled, 4-stroke, 149 cc, SOHC, 2-valve, single-cylinder, fuel-injected Bluecore engine that produces a maximum power of 12.4 PS at 7250 rpm and a peak torque of 13 Nm at 5500 rpm. The bike can provide a mileage of 55.11 kmpl and it has a fuel capacity of 10 L. The bike comes equipped with a 5-speed manual constant-mesh gearbox that helps you reach a top speed of 96 kmph.

Engine typeAir-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC, 2-valve
Displacement149 cc
Bore & stroke57.3 mm x 57.9 mm
Compression ratio9.6 : 1
Max. horsepower9.1 kW (12.4 PS) at 7250
Max. torque13.3 Nm at 5500 rpm 
Starting typeElectric 
IgnitionTransistor Controlled Ignition (TCI)
Fuel tank capacity10 L
Fuel systemFuel injection
ClutchWet, multiple-disc
Transmission typeConstant-mesh, 5-speed

Tyres, brakes, and suspension

The Yamaha FZ X is equipped with block pattern tyres that allow for better handling and comfort on any kind of road. The bike also comes with a single ABS on the front wheel and disc brakes on both the front and rear wheels.

The bike has a telescopic fork suspension on the front and a 7-step adjustable monocross suspension on the rear. The front fork includes a front boot that minimises scratches on the inner tube.

Tyre (front)100/80-17M/C 52P, tubeless
Tyre (rear)140/60R17M/C 63P, radial tubeless
Brake (front)Disc brake 282 mm with ABS
Brake (rear)Disc brake 220 mm
Rear suspension7-step adjustable monocross suspension
Front suspensionTelescopic fork, 41mm (inner tube diameter)


The Yamaha FZ X is 2020 mm long, 1115 mm high, and 785 mm wide, and its ground clearance is 165 mm.

Length, height, width 2020 mm, 1115 mm, 785 mm
Seat height810 mm
Wheelbase1330 mm

Price of the Yamaha FZ X

The price of the Yamaha FZ X in India starts at INR 1,16,800 (without Y-Connect) and INR 1,21,800 (with Y-Connect), respectively. The bike’s price in Nepal will be officially revealed soon, but we can estimate that it will probably sell here for between Rs 3.50 lakh and Rs 3.80 lakh.

Models Price in India
Yamaha FZ X (with Y-Connect)INR  1,21,800
Yamaha FZ X (without Y-Connect)INR  1,16,800

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