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Effortless Start and Acceleration at any weather condition

Fuel Injection engine delivers the fuel directly into the ignition chamber, unlike its carburetor counterpart, which relies on suction created by the ignition chamber to draw the fuel. The cold weather could freeze up the nozzle of the carburetor engines causing the vehicle to fail starting.

14% more mileage than Carburetor Version

The blue core engine designed by Yamaha is laced with advanced sensors and actuators that calculates and delivers the optimum fuel required by the engine rather than depending upon the suction technology of the Carburetor counterpart. This result FI engine producing 14% more mileage than the Carburetor Version.

Easy and cost effective maintenance

Fuel injection engine has only two major castings – the fuel body and the throttle body. Due to lower number of parts constituting FI engines, they are easy and cost effective to clean and maintain.


A system that prevents skidding while applying sudden brakes

Vehicle in motion are prone to wheel lock if the wheel is rotating at significantly slower than the speed of the vehicle. ABS technology is mastered by Yamaha Detects such condition and prevents vehicle from skidding while applying sudden brakes.

Consists of sensors fitted at each wheel continuously monitored by ECU

ABS technology consists of ECU which constitute hydraulic valve and speed sensor that constantly detects the speed of the wheel and the vehicle. Upon encountering the wheel lock condition, the ECU actuates the valves to reduce hydraulic pressure to the brake at the affected wheel, thus reducing the braking force on that wheel; the wheel then turns faster preventing the wheel-lock.

ABS makes sure that you don’t lose steer control

ABS technology is highly responsive, and applies or release braking pressure 15 times per second. Thus, ABS makes sure that you don’t lose steer control.