Do you like the new set of decals for the Indonesia spec Yamaha FZ16 aka Byson

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There is no denying that the FZ16 and the YZF-R15 have been instrumental in enabling Yamaha to establish a stong foothold in the Indian two wheeler market. The FZ16 has so far received almost half a dozen new paint schemes and decals and it seems like the bike maker has similar plans for the Indonesian spec model.

Being sold with the Byson moniker,  the bike recently got a small cosmetic makeover in the very competitive Indian bike market. The bike now sports new decals on the fuel tank, radiator cowl and the tailpiece. The new color scheme has been named as the “Secret of Darkness”.


Mechanically, the Byson is every bit a FZ16 and is powered by the same 153cc air cooled 4-stroke engine that powers the India spec bike. This engine endows the 150cc ‘sporty commuter’ with a max power of 14PS and peak torque of 13.6 Nm.

The Byson is on sale in Indonesia with a price tag of 21.5 million Rupiah (approx Rs. 1.25 lakhs).

How do you like the new color-scheme for the Indonesia spec bike? Do you want a similar paint/sticker job for Indian version too? Do let us know by commenting below.

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  • Pavan Surya says:

    Hi jithin,
    Did u get byson stickers in India??
    If so please let me know where can I find them..

  • vaibhav says:

    Wow.. All the 4 looks of this bike looks amazing. With this new decals the bike looks more masculine and appealing… It’s looks and the presence Will prove that it’s a bull.. Wow love you yamaha… I’m working on my biceps to suit this bike ha ha ha .. It will be auspicious and relevant to launch this bike in India because there are many rivals like pns150 gixxer 150 nd so on.. Come on yamaha let’s prove the presence of the all new bull yamaha fz 16 in India

  • jithin says:

    How to get the Byson stickers in india????

  • The original solid colours on the FZ worked, They lent the motorcycle a handsome no nonsense look. Every pant scheme since then has only made the bike look cheap and silly in most cases. The sad part is Yamaha don't offer the old paint schemes and the only option for somebody looking at an FZ is one with tasteless psychedelic scribblings all over it.