Yamaha FZS version 3.0 deluxe bike in the domestic market

Yamaha FZS version 3.0 deluxe bike in the domestic market
ACI Motors is the sole distributor and technical collaboration partner of Yamaha motorcycles in Bangladesh. The company started its journey in 2007 as a subsidiary of the renowned company ACI Limited. Currently, Yamaha has more than 110 3S (Sales, Service and Spare Parts) dealer points across the country, reads a press release. ACI Motors has brought the deluxe edition of Yamaha's popular bike FZS version 3.0 to the Bangladesh market.

The launching ceremony of this bike was held on April 1, 2023 at the ACI centre in Tejgaon in the capital. Yamaha's brand ambassador and the world's best cricket all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan attended the event. It was informed at the event that this bike of 150cc segment has the BS6 fuel injection engine, which is environment friendly. The bike also has an LED tail light, LED flasher, side stand with an engine cut-off switch.

There is also an ABS braking system which helps the rider to avoid accidents. The bike will be available in the market in three colours, which are Metallic Black, Metallic Gray and Majesty Red respectively. Also, there are special variations in the rim colour of the bikes. Apart from the Deluxe, the BS6 fuel injection engine will also be available in two new colour models which are Matte Red and Dark Matte Blue respectively.

Subrata Ranjan Das, executive director of ACI Motors was present as the chief guest at the inaugural ceremony. Top officials of ACI Motors were also present at the inaugural event.

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