Yamaha FZS vs TVS Apache RTR 150 Compare Review

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Yamaha Motorcycle
Yamaha Motor Company Limited is a motorcycle manufacturer of Japan. The motorcycle division of Yamaha was founded in 1955, and was headed by Genichi Kawakami. Yamaha's initial product was a 125cc two-cycle, single cylinder motorcycle, the YA-1, which was a copy of the German DKW RT125. The YA-1 was a competitive success at racing from the beginning, winning not only the 125cc class in the Mt. Fuji Ascent, but also sweeping the podium with first, second and third place in the All Japan Auto bike Endurance Road Race that same year.

TVS Motorcycle
TVS Motor Company is the third largest two-wheeler manufacturer in India, with a revenue of over 13,000 Cr ($2 billion) in 2016-17. It is the flagship company of the Rs. 40,000 Cr ($6 billion, in 2014-15) TVS Group. The company has an annual sales of 3 million units and an annual capacity of over 4 million vehicles. TVS Motor Company is also the 2nd largest exporter in India with exports to over 60 Countries. TVS Motor Company Ltd (TVS Motor), member of the TVS Group, is the largest company of the group in terms of size and turnover, with more than 3 Cr (3 million) customers riding a TVS bike.

Yamaha FZS vs TVS Apache RTR 150
Yamaha FZS and TVS Apache RTR 150 are very stylish and smart motorcycle. Bangladeshi young boys are love this design of these two motorcycles. That two motorcycle comes with some powerful engine mileage and big stylish looking body that will be really attract you to buy these two motorcycle. Both of these two motorcycle has gotten 150cc of powerful engine that is very exiting.

ENGINE
Yamaha FZS motorcycles engine type is air cooled, 4 stroke , SOHC and 2 valve . and other side TVS Apache RTR 150 motorcycle comes with 4 stroke, air cooled, single cylinder  and OHC .Yamaha FZS motorcycle also comes with a 149cc powerful engine, 13 bhp @ 8000 rpm max power, 12.8nm @6000rpm max torque. Top speed of thi motorcycle 120km/h, TCI ignition system and wet multi plate clutch. In the other side TVS Apache RTR 150 motorcycle has gotten a 147.6cc of engine, 10.4 @8500 rpm max power, 12.5 @ 6000 rpm max torque, Top speed of this wonderful bike is 120km/h, Oil filter system of this motorcycle is wire mesh and Micronics paper filter.

MILEAGE
Yamaha FZS Motorcycle has gotten well mileage you should happy to see this the Yamaha FZS motorcycle is allowed to go for 45 km per liter. And the other hand TVS Apache RTR 150 motorcycle is allowed to go for 54 km per litter.

GEAR
Yamaha FZS and  TVS Apache RTR 150 both of these two motorcycle comes with strong 5 number of Gears. You can change the gears in to 5 times and its will be very useful to you.

BODY
Body size of the Yamaha FZS motorcycle  Length 1990, Width 770 and Height is 1050. Kerb weight of this motorcycle is 132 KG and Fuel Tank capacity is 12 liter. In the other side TVS Apache RTR 150 motorcycles body dimension is Length 1990, Width 735, Height 1105. Kerb weight of this motorcycle is 137 KG and Fuel Tank capacity is 16 liter.

BRAKES and TYRES
Yamaha FZS motorcycles comes with a strong Front Disc brake and a Rear Drum brake. Tyre size of this wonderful motorcycle is Front  100/80 – 17 m/c (52p) NYLOGRIP ZAPPAR –FX  1 Tubeless and Rear 140/60 – R 17 m/c (63p) revz – Y Tubeless Tyres. And the other side  TVS Apache RTR 150 has gotten Front Hand Operated 270mm petal disc brake and Rear Foot Operated 130mm dia brake. And the Tyre size of this motorcycle is Front 90/90 x 17 Tubeless and Rear 110/80 x 17 Tubeless Tyres.



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