Yamaha Enticer 125
|Maximum Power||11 Bhp @ 8000 rpm|
|Maximum Torque||10.6 Nm @ 6500 rpm|
|Front Brake||Drum 130mm|
|Rear Brake||Drum 130mm|
|Front Suspension||Telescopic Forks|
|Rear Suspension||Shock Absorbers|
LOOKS & STYLE
WHEELS & TYRES
|Battery Type||Maintenance Free|
DIMENSIONS, WEIGHT & CAPACITIES
|Minimum Ground Clearance||140.00 mm|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||13.00 litres|
|Kerb/Wet Weight||116.00 kg|
COMFORT & CONVENIENCE
Yamaha Enticer 125 Review
Yamaha made its initial appearance in Indian market in 1985. Then again in August 2001, Yamaha India became a 100% subsidiary of Yamaha Motor Company Limited. It has a production plant in Sujanpur, Utter Pradesh which was established in 1984. This plant has the capacity to produce 1 million motorcycles and scooters annually. Another manufacturing facility of Yamaha is in Faridabad, Haryana that was established in 1965 and upgraded in 2008 for manufacturing of machined parts. Yamaha Motor Private Limited is an Indian subsidiary of Yamaha Motor Company which formed a joint venture with Mitsui in 2008. The products produced by Yamaha India include a range of motorcycles for domestic consumption and export including the FZ16, FZ-S, Fazer and R15.
Yamaha Enticer was an entry level cruiser motorcycle which has been discontinued in India. This cruiser motorcycle had air cooled, four stroke engine that made 123.7cc of engine displacement. The power generated by this engine was 11 Bhp at 8000 rpm and the maximum torque produced was 10.6 Nm at 6500 rpm. It had the bore and stroke length of 54mm. This motorcycle measured 1995mm in length, 670mm in width, 790mm height with 1375mm of wheelbase and minimum ground clearance of 140mm. It had the kerb weight of 116kg with the fuel tank capacity of 13 litres. It had a lot of chrome plating and a feet forward cruiser type riding position. It had telescopic forks as front suspension and adjustment shock absorbers with swing arm as rear suspension.
The brakes installed in the bike were drum brakes of 130mm diameter. There was an option of self-start and disc brake of 240mm diameter in the Enticer. It was supported on 6-ply rating, 16-inch Y-pattern MRF Zapper tire in the rear and tires of 4-ply rating & size 2.75x18 in front. With fuel tank capacity of 13 litres, the average mileage of this motorcycle was 40kmpl (in city) and 55kmpl (on highways). This motorcycle revolutionized the Indian buyers and gave the idea of real cruiser bikes. With raised handlebar, long wheelbase, easy rider seating geometry, foot rests (for driver), fat rear tyres and single pod instrument chromed rear view mirrors gives the bike stunning and catchy look. This motorcycle was available in three colors named as Gold (light yellow), Burgundy (reddish) and Black. It was available with the ex-showroom price of INR 65000 in Delhi.