Yamaha Fazer Version 1.0

Ex-Showroom Price

₹ 80,910
* Delhi. May vary.


Overview Yamaha Fazer V1.0 was recently discontinued due to poor sales as the second version was selling well from the Yamaha lineup. The motorcycle was powered by a 153cc, single cylinder engine producing 13.8 BHP and 13.6 Nm of torque. It claimed a top speed of 118 kmph and used a carburetor for fuel supply. The motorcycle weighs 141 kg while the new version tips the scale at just 137 kg. Fazer V2.0 also comes with fuel injection and returns a better fuel efficiency than the older version. When on sale, it rivaled none other than Bajaj Pulsar 220F due to similarity in body styling.
Mileage 35-45 kmpl (approx.)
Type Sports Commuter
Status Discontinued
Shades Ravine Red, Wilderness Black, Terrain White
Official Tagline Touring Spirit
Frame/Chassis Diamond
Warranty For 2 years or 30000 kms from the date of purchase (whichever is earlier)
Displacement 153 cc
Maximum Power 13.8 Bhp @ 7500 rpm
Maximum Torque 13.6 Nm @ 6000 rpm
Engine Description Air-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC, 2-valve
Cooling Air Cooling
Fuel System Carburetor
Lubrication Wet Sump
Compression Ratio 9.5:1
Bore 58 mm
Stroke 57.9 mm
No. of Cylinders 1
Cylinder Layout Forward-inclined Single cylinder
No. of Gears 5
Gearbox Type Constant Mesh
Clutch Wet, multiple-disc
Gear Ratios 1st=2.714, 2nd=1.789, 3rd=1.318, 4th=1.045, 5th=0.875
Primary Reduction Ratio 3.409
Secondary Reduction Ratio 2.857
Front Brake 267mm Hydraulic Disc
Rear Brake 130mm Drum
Front Suspension Telescopic
Rear Suspension Monocross
Front Tyre 100/80-17
Rear Tyre 140/60-R17
Wheel Type 5 Spoke 17" Alloys
Tubeless Tyres
Alloy Wheels
Battery Type Maintenance Free
Capacity 5.0 AH (10H)
Voltage 12 V
Overall Length 2075 mm
Overall Width 761 mm
Overall Height 1119 mm
Ground Clearance 160 mm
Seat Height 790 mm
Wheelbase 1334 mm
Kerb/Wet Weight 141 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 12 litres
Top Speed 118 kmph
Mileage (City) 35 kmpl
Mileage (Highway) 45 kmpl
Mileage (Combined) 40 kmpl
Speedometer Digital
Tachometer Digital
Trip Meter Digital-1
Fuel Gauge Digital
Electric Start
Pillion Footrest
Pass Light
Step-up Seat/Split Seat
Caster Angle 25 degree
Trail 101 mm
Head Light 12V, 35/35W

Yamaha Fazer Version 1.0 Review

03 Jun, 2016 11:33 PM


The Yamaha Fazer is inspired by the manufacturer’s internationally successful Fazer series, renowned for its edgy, sporty look and high performance. A successor to the Yamaha FZ16, this sports bike promises much, but does it deliver?

Design and Style

The bike is certainly a case of standout design. The dual-tone aerodynamic front cowling is beautifully crafted, and designed to minimize drag and wind blast while travelling at high speed. The bike’s stylish wind protector utilizes a carbon pattern that enhances the bike’s sporty profile while reducing resistance. Its fierce-looking twin headlamps (35 watts apiece) are balanced by a sharp parking lamp in the center. It’s unfortunate that only one light can be switched on at a time, the right light for upper and the left for dipper; but this is a minor issue on what is a very impressive design. At the rear, its wide fender effectively masks the tyre from mud and splash effects. The overall paint job is of very good quality, and the bike’s fit and finish display Yamaha’s typical quality and attention to detail.

Instrument Console

The Fazer features Yamaha’s all-digital speed console which includes full LCD displays for the speedometer, tachometer, and trip meter and indicator lights. Its yellow colored backlist display is particularly effective during night rides, while its smart visor is ideal for viewing in bright sunlight.

Engine and Gearbox

Yamaha Fazer is powered by a 153.00 cc air-cooled, 2-valve, 4-stroke SOHC engine with a maximum power of 13.8 bhp at 7500 rpm and a maximum torque of 13.6 nm at 6000 rpm, and constant mesh five-speed transmission. The electric starter and strong start-up are indicative of a punchy engine with plenty of power. It doesn’t reveal any stress, even after a string of journeys, and performs best over long distances.

Acceleration and Top Speed

With its moderately capable engine, the bike’s acceleration is decent, although it can take a while to respond. The bike’s advertised top speed is 132kmph, but this is heavily dependent on the weight of the rider and cargo – you can expect to get a maximum of 118, on average.


The bike averages a mileage of 40 kmpl. The bike’s fuel tank has a capacity of 12 litres.

Comfort While Driving

In addition to its sporty profile, the Yamaha Fazer is designed to be a highly comfortable ride, and it delivers on this. Due to its slightly raised handlebar, the bike’s seating position is more relaxed, which should help to minimize fatigue and provide better support for the spine during long rides. Generous seat space makes it a capacious ride for drivers of all sizes and shapes, with a long, firm seat that is particularly comfortable for the pillion rider. At the rear grab bar can serve not only as a backrest but also as a stability point for the pillion when travelling over uneven surfaces. Unfortunately, the strangely positioned foot pegs might subtract from the bike’s comfort.

Safety Features

Both the front and rear tyres on the bike are tubeless that are significantly less susceptible to the sudden flattening that can occur when tyres are punctured, helping the bike to maintain performance even when tyre integrity has been compromised. Its chain protector also helps to prevent loose clothing or materials becoming stuck in the bike’s chain.

Storage Space

The storage space on the bike is minimal, which is unsurprising but still disappointing. There is no under-seat storage space, and the tank is made out of fiber, so magnetic tank bags would not be usable with this bike.

Suspension and Brakes

Like its FZ-S and FZ16 predecessors, the Yamaha Fazer features Monocross suspension, seven times adjustable, suitable for a World Motocross Championship standard that ensures a stable and responsive riding experience. The suspension is consistent and responsive, with the front telescopic forks capable of absorbing most of the shocks from the road; riding pillion is particularly smooth and comfortable, thanks to the Monocross rear suspension.

The Yamaha Fazer features a 267mm hydraulic disc brake at the front, and a drum brake at the rear. The large diameter disc brake on the front boasts a two-pot calliper that makes full and capable use of the disc’s outer perimeter to significantly improve stability and responsiveness.

Ride and Handling

In general, the bike is an easy and pleasant ride, but it’s let down by a distinct lack of power. While the engine feels adequate for the job, it’s also apparent that the bike’s heavy weight prevents it from being a truly powerful vehicle. Nevertheless, it handles capably and never feels unbalanced. The bike incorporates the FZ’s mid-ship muffling system, which helps to concentrate the weight upon the bike as close as possible to its center of gravity, enhancing the driver’s control when cruising at high speed.

Tyre Size

The Yamaha Fazer has a 140/60-17 inch size radial tyre at the rear, with a 60 percent aspect ratio that is designed to improve the bike’s grip on road surfaces, and offer greater stability while handling. The front tyre is a 100/80-17 inch. The rear tyre is India’s very first radial tyre.


Yamaha Fazer is available in three shades: Ravine Red, Wilderness Black and Terrain White.


The Fazer comes in a single standard variant.

Reasons to Buy and Value for Money

The Yamaha Fazer is sleek, attractive and comfortable to ride, with some high-performance features. At this price, the Fazer is somewhat disappointing: while very stylish, its low fuel efficiency does count against it, and it isn’t significantly more powerful than the competition.


If you’re looking for a sports bike that will turn heads, handle beautifully and give you a smooth, comfortable ride, the Yamaha Fazer is a great choice.


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Best Features: Sports tourer. Comfortable. Reliable for long distances.

Pros: We can rely on durability, mileage and overall performance of the engine for a sports tourer made by an brand like yamaha.

Cons: Service and spare parts very expensive.

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I bought Yamaha Fazer Version 2.0 on 24 march 2016.. Nd till now completed 1100 km in just 11 days... Awesome riding experience... ... read more

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Pros: Sylish look.. elite

Cons: Lack of 6th gear

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