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Yamaha FZ FI and FZ-S FI Are Available with Discounts Up to Rs 8,280

Yamaha FZ FI and FZ-S FI Are Available with Discounts Up to Rs 8,280

Snapshot: Yamaha India is offering massive discounts of up to over Rs 8,000 on Yamaha FZ and FZ-S FI V3. Lowest down payment amount of Rs 4999 possible under offer.

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  • Festive season offer by Yamaha for 150cc FZ models.

  • Discounts of up to Rs 8280 on offer.

  • Lowest down payment amount of Rs 4999 possible under offer.

  • The interest rate of 6.9 percent is also being offered on the loan.

  • Priced at Rs 96,000 for FZ FI and Rs 98,000 for FZ-S FI.

Yamaha has begun its festive season offers with big discounts on the 150cc FZ. Both the FZ FI and the FZ-S FI are being offered with discounts of up to Rs 8280. 

In addition to the cash discount, the company is also sweetening the deal for customers who want to purchase their FZ FI with the assistance of a loan. The lowest down payment on offer is Rs 4,999, and the interest rate has been reduced to 6.9 percent. 

Two-wheeler loans are generally offered with an interest rate of 10-12 percent, and minimum down payments for a motorcycle such as the FZ generally are in the range of 10,000-15,000. 

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The FZ FI twins retail at Rs 96,180 for the FZ FI and Rs 98,180 for the FZ-S FI. The FZ-S FI is charged a premium of Rs 2000 as it gets a belly scoop, some chrome that the FZ FI doesn’t have, and it has dual-tone colors.

The lower-spec FZ FI is available in dark blue or black, both of which are gloss paints, while the FZ-S FI is available with the options of matte black, matte blue, and a dual-tone grey and cyan paint scheme. They have the same powertrain, a 149cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine that generates 13bhp and nearly 13Nm, coupled with a five-speed gearbox. 

They offer features that are now common to the segment, like an LED headlamp, an all-digital instrument cluster, a monoshock rear suspension, and ABS. It competes with the Suzuki Gixxer, TVS Apache RTR 160 4V, Honda CB Hornet 160R, and Honda XBlade.

Yamaha also wants to clear BS lV stock before it switches to BS Vl bikes by November – and the price of these products is expected to go up by 10-15 percent after the switch.

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