Yamaha FZS FI v3.0 BS6 is now available in Nepal.
MAW Enterprises, the authorized distributor of Yamaha motorcycles in Nepal, has announced the launch of its much-anticipated Yamaha FZS v3.
There aren’t many changes compared to the past iteration. Nonetheless, there are still a few interesting improvements.
We will get to that in a bit.
As for the pricing, Yamaha FZS v3.0 BS6 price in Nepal starts at Rs. 3.94 Lakhs.
The new pricing has made it the most premium 150cc motorcycle in Nepal. Don’t worry, we will talk about that too.
With that said, let’s take a quick look at the new Yamaha FZS v3 BS6 X-Connect in Nepal along with its key specifications.
Yamaha FZS-FI v3.0 Specifications
- Engine Type: Single Cylinder, 4 Stroke, 2-Valve, SOHC
- Emission Standard:
- Displacement: 149 cc
- Cooling System: Air Cooled
- Starting Mechanism: Self Starter Only
- Max Power:
- 12.4 PS @ 7250 rpm in BS6
- 13.2 PS @ 8000 rpm in BS4
- Max Torque:
- 13.3 Nm @ 5500 rpm in BS6
- 12.8 Nm @ 6000 rpm in BS4
- Gearbox: 5-Speed
- Top Speed: 110 Kmph
- Fuel Tank Capacity: 12.8 liters
- Mileage: 40-50 kmpl
- Front Tyre: 100/80-17 – Disc
- Rear Tyre: 140/60-17 – Disc
- Tubeless Tyres: Yes
- Braking System: Single-Channel ABS
- Suspension Setup: Telescopic Front Forks and Swingarm
- Seat Height: 790 mm
- Ground Clearance: 165 mm
- Kerb Weight:
- 135 kg in BS6
- 137 kg in BS4
- Matt Red, Matt Blue, Vintage Green, Dark Knight in BS6
- Grey, Matt Blue, Cyan in BS4
Yamaha FZS FI v3 BS6 Price in Nepal: Rs. 3,94,900 – Rs. 3,99,900
Yamaha FZS v3.0 BS6 Overview
Yamaha FZS v3 sports a familiar styling. It features all of the hallmarks of a premium naked sport, including a large sculpted fuel tank.
The front section comes with a LED headlamp with separate bulbs for high and low beams. Moreover, the halogen indicators are situated in the top position.
Moving the side section, it continues to maintain a muscular road presence.
However, new elements like brighter side panels, a 3D emblem, and new colors help it feel a bit extra special.
Furthermore, the rear section remains unchanged. It comes with the same halogen tail lamp and a large grab bar.
Additionally, Yamaha FZS v3 BS6 is available in four new colors: Red, Blue, Black, and Vintage Green.
Yamaha FZ-S FI is powered by a 149cc, Single-Cylinder, SOHC, FI engine. It can generate a max power of 12.4 PS at 7250rpm and a max torque of 13.3 Nm at 5500rpm. Moreover, it is mated with a 5-speed gearbox with a 12.8-liter fuel tank capacity.
The BS6 iteration produces 0.8PS less power but 0.5Nm more torque. Since the RPM has been reduced by a margin, the performance should feel punchier than the last BS4 iteration.
Nevertheless, all Yamaha BS6 motorcycles have a slight reduction in power train figures.
Yamaha FZS v3 BS6 comes with two new features: Side Stand Engine Cut Off and X-Connect Connectivity.
The ‘Side Stand Engine Cut Off’ is a safety feature that cuts off the engine whenever the rider forgets to retract the side stand.
Similarly, the new X-Connect is the latest Bluetooth connectivity which helps FZS do more.
It can be accessed with a smartphone, with abilities like Answer Back, Locate Bike, Parking Record, Hazard Light, Riding History, and E-Lock.
Yamaha FZS v3.0 Feature Highlights
- 150cc FI Engine
- Muscular Design
- Split LED Headlamps
- Impressive Fuel Tank Design
- Engine Cowl
- Sporty Grab-Rails
- Comfortable Single-Piece Seat
- Negative Digital Instrument Cluster
- Dual Disc Braking
- Single-Channel ABS
- Light Weight Body
- BS6-Compliant Engine (NEW)
- Improved Pickup Feel (NEW)
- 3D FZS Emblem (NEW)
- New Premium Colors (NEW)
- Side Stand Engine Cut Off (NEW)
- X Connect Bluetooth Connectivity (NEW)
Yamaha FZS v3 BS6 Price in Nepal and Availability
As for the costs, the Yamaha FZS v3 BS6 price in Nepal starts at Rs. 3,94,900 to Rs. 3,99,900.
Moreover, the higher price is reserved for the Dark Knight Edition. While it shares the same specs as the others, it comes with a darker color scheme.
Yamaha FZS v3 BS6 XConnect is available across all Yamaha showrooms in Nepal.
With the newest addition, there are a total of five FZS variants currently available in Nepal.
|Yamaha FZS||Variant||Price in Nepal|
|Yamaha FZS v3.0||Dark Knight – BS6||Rs. 399900|
|Yamaha FZS v3.0||Standard – BS6||Rs. 394900|
|Yamaha FZS v2.0||BS4||Rs. 347900|
|Yamaha FZ v2.0||BS4||Rs. 323900|
Yamaha Nepal is at the unfortunate end of the recent two-wheeler tax hike. Add that with the already customary BS6 price hike, and it is a complete recipe for criticism.
Nevertheless, it is a new reality where 150-160cc motorcycles are only available at that price range.
Plus, the same things will be seen across all two-wheeler brands, especially when the companies start introducing their BS6 models.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is the authorized distributor of Yamaha FZS in Nepal?
MAW Enterprises is the authorized distributor of Yamaha FZS in Nepal.
What is the price of Yamaha FZS v3 BS6 in Nepal?
The price of Yamaha FZS v3 BS6 starts at Rs. 3.94 Lakhs to Rs. 3.99 Lakhs.
What is the price of the Yamaha FZS series?
The price of the Yamaha FZS series starts at Rs. 3.23 Lakhs to Rs. 3.99 Lakhs. It is available across five different variants.
Will Yamaha Nepal discontinue Yamaha FZS BS4 in Nepal?
While it is a possibility in the future, Yamaha Nepal will not discontinue Yamaha FZS BS4 in Nepal right now.
Can I install the X-Connect feature on Yamaha FZS BS4 in Nepal?
No, there is no provision for X-Connect to be installed on Yamaha FZS BS4 in Nepal right now. However, there might be in the future.
Is Yamaha FZS BS4 available in Nepal?
No, Yamaha FZS BS4 has officially been discontinued for the Nepal market.
Check out our Yamaha FZS FI v3 Review!
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