Yamaha Motor India today announced a recall campaign for the Yamaha FZ FI and FZ-S FI manufactured from October 2019. A total of 7,757 units of the bikes have been affected and the company has recalled these units to inspect and a possible issue of “non-fitment of rear side reflector”. It’s a voluntary recall and the replacement will be done free of cost.
Owners of the suspected units of the Yamaha FZ FI and FZ-S FI bikes will be contacted individually by their respective dealers. The company has specified that the recall exercise is the part of the company’s compliance to safety norms.
In November 2019, the Japanese two-wheeler manufacturer rolled out the Yamaha FZ-FI and FZ-S FI with BS6-compliant engine and new colour options. While the former gets 2 new shades – Racing Blue and Metallic Black, the latter comes with 6 paint schemes – Gray & Cyan, Dark Matt Blue, Matt Black along with the new Metallic Red and Darknight shades. Read – BS6 Yamaha R15 Price & Details
Powering the new Yamaha FZ FI and FZ-S FI is a 149cc, single-cylinder engine producing 12.4bhp at 7,250rpm and 13.6Nm at 5,500rpm. The bikemaker has increased its compression ratio to 9.6:1. Though, its power figure is slightly lower than the previous model.