Updated 2014 Yamaha FZ facelift spotted testing!

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Seen here on this page are the first-ever 2014 Yamaha FZ facelift images, which were taken while the bike was spotted testing near Greater Noida Expressway. These Yamaha FZ facelift images reveal quite a lot about the upcoming model and without beating around the bush, we would like to state that we quite like what we see!

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From the images you see here, it seems like the end product would be quite similar to the Yamaha FZ Concept model that was showcased at the recently concluded Auto Expo. From these pics, it is pretty evident that the updated bike would sport a new exhaust, new air scoops near the fuel tank, a slightly different tail light and a number plate holder that would be much sportier than that on the current bike. Also, the bike’s single seat unit has been replaced by split seats. Other than this, the bike would get clear lens indicators and an updated centre console, that would look much like the one on the Honda CB Trigger

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It is highly likely that the 2014 Yamaha FZ facelift would be powered by a more powerful engine. While details on this engine aren’t out yet, it is quite sure that it won’t be the speculated 250cc motor. However, we won’t be too surprised to see a rebored 170cc engine with around 17PS of max power and significantly more torque than the current engine that powers the FZ. 

The updated 2014 Yamaha FZ facelift will be pitted against the likes of Honda CB Trigger, new Suzuki Gixxer 155, et al.

Stay tuned to Motoroids for more images and details of the Yamaha FZ facelift.

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via OVERDRIVE

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  • still no rear disk brake !

  • For outright performance, coupled with decent naked bike looks, nothing beats 200NS. Karizma R and 220, both have been a bit long in the tooth. We feel that it would be an ok thing to wait for the next Fazer and see if it offers more in terms of performance. Also, 200SS launch seems to be around the corner. Other bike that is probably worth waiting for.

  • Dheeraj says:

    Have already booked the Fazer but am eagerly willing to wait and see more detailed pictures of the fz v 2.0 as I wouldn’t want to buy the current version if it is less powerful than the updated Fz.

    Have already used and sold a Yamaha Fazer 2010 Dec Mid Night Special with Golden alloys.

    Now am confused with the choice of current version of the Fazer/ fz v 2.0/ Pulsar 220/200NS/200SS/ Latest upcoming Karizma R.

    Please suggest the best bike as I was completely satisfied with my previous Fazer but now planning on any one of the above after booking the Fazer.

    Would really appreciate your thoughts in this matter.

  • george says:

    bring it on…power up on FZ & R15 as well, nice if it comes with more fuel efficiency

  • Abhilash reddy says:

    Ask them to stop designing …. It sucksssssssss