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Yamaha launches 2 new versions of Fazer

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Yamaha launches 2 new versions of Fazer

Yamaha Motor India has unveiled two new versions of the executive commuter Fazer 125 -- Fazer Dlx (Deluxe) and Limited Edition Fazer for the festive season. Fazer Dlx is equipped with disc brakes and electric start whereas the Limited Edition variant has flame graphics with two-tone paints. Both the models will be available on first-come-first-serve basis.

A V Srinivasan, Director & Executive Vice-president, Marketing & Sales, Yamaha Motor India, said, "The Limited Edition Fazer with Flame graphics will generate a lot of excitement and visibility on the roads. The launch of a deluxe version with disc brakes and self-start is in line with our commitment to offer products that meet distinct needs of the Indian customer."

The ex-showroom price of the Fazer Dlx is Rs. 47,990 while the Limited Edition is priced at Rs 48,700.

The disc brakes introduced in Fazer Dlx ensure highly efficient braking and extra safety for the rider. The mileage of the Fazer is powered by 125cc, 4 stroke, air-cooled SOHC 2-valve single cylinder engine and an outstanding pick-up.

Yamaha Motor India Pvt. Ltd. is a 100% subsidiary of Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd., Japan. Its product range includes CRUX in the Basic segment, Libero & RX135 in the Standard segment, Fazer in the Deluxe segment and Enticer in the pleasure segment.


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