Yamaha FZ and FZS V3.0 getting benefits worth Rs 8000 for the festive season

Yamaha FZ and FZS V3.0 now get benefits worth Rs 8000 for the festive season. The bikes are offered with low downpayment plan of Rs 4999. The interest on the finance given by the company is also quite low at just 6.9% per annum. Where other banks are providing two-wheeler loans at more than 10% which is more expensive than what Yamaha is offering.

The benefit here might be the savings on the interest amount that you would have to pay for expensive loans from banks and other financial institutions. Even if there are no direct benefits, a low-interest loan is the need of the hour. The company’s ability to provide a low-interest loan in the scenario of liquidity crunch is a big deal and you must not ignore the generous offer.


The above said benefits will the company in two ways. The first one being the clearance of heavy stock in the dealerships and second, Yamaha can fight for a better market share in the month of October.

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Both the Yamaha bikes are identical when it comes to design and powertrain, the only difference is in the bodywork and FZS getting an underbelly pan. Both the bikes are now equipped with electronic fuel injection system and single-channel ABS.

After the festive season, the company will focus on the BS6 engines for its products. Yamaha had already made it clear that BS6 engine upgrade will cost anything between 10-15% more than the current pricing. We can expect the first BS6 motorcycle or scooter from the Japanese company somewhere in the starting quarter of 2020.

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