Yamaha, one of the toughest and competitive bike manufacturers of India, prepares to give Indian bike lovers a piece of cake by bringing their super bike FZ1 to India as early as December. The bike will be bought via.SKD route giving it a fair price advantage and making it one of the cheapest liter class bikes in the country at a cost of Rs.8 lakhs (Ex-showroom, Delhi). The new super bike i.e. FZ1 will be powered by an engine of 998cc producing a power of 150 ps at 11000rpm. Yamaha FZ1 will have a straight competition with the Honda CB 1000R (the current cheapest 1000cc bike on sale in India).
FZ1 recently completed homologation in ARAI at Pune. Yamaha’s officials said that the bike is priced cheaper than Honda CB1000R to face the completion blues well. They further said that the bike will be imported as CBU from Australia or Japan. A senior official from Yamaha said that the bike is amazingly featured and will receive good response from the country. Yamaha plans to import almost 10,000 bikes every month to meet with the growing competition. Well, all one can say that many biggies are competing for super bike market in India and it is solely up to the riders to opt for any of the giants.