Whenever it comes to choosing between Yamaha and Honda, we find ourselves in a dilemma. Both the bike companies are known for their superb performance and reputed bike fleet. But if we have the proper knowledge of configurations, then it might help us to make our decision easier, so here are some of the stats of both these awesome masterpieces: –
Yamaha FZ S V2.0:
With an engine capacity of 149 cc, the bike can produce a good 12.90 bhp of power @ 8000 rpm with an elegant torque of 12.8 Nm @ 6000 rpm. The bike comes in various colors to choose from with 5 different shades to add to its style.
Its 2 valves single cylinder engine gets its fuel delivery via fuel injection. With a 12 litres of fuel capacity tank the bike gives you a mileage of 50 kmpl with and overall riding range of 600 km. Mileage is fairly good.
Its 5 speed gear box along with Wet multi plate disk clutch is a thing to watch out for too. The bike is also equipped with Telescopic front and Mono cross type rear suspensions to give this 132 kg monster a smooth ride. If comfort and power are your prime concerns, then this might be the right choice for you. Now let us have a look on other features.
With a 12 V, 4.0 AH battery the bike is well loaded electrically too. The looks of this bike can make you crazy.
This bike is priced at Rs 87,917.
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Honda CB Hornet 160R:
Honda CB Hornet 160R has a powerful 162.71 cc engine, giving this 140 kg bike a 15.44 bhp power with a torque of 14.76 Nm. Well not really bad.
The bike is stroked up with 5 gear shift box along to Disk brakes to add to its features. Security must be a prime factor while choosing the right bike for you. This bike has a 12 liters fuel tank. It can give the rider a maximum of 110 kmph of top speed. It has a mileage of 59 kmpl.
The bike is also equipped with Telescopic front suspension and a mono shock suspension at the rear end. The bike comes in 5 different shades to let the customers have a variety of choices. Moreover it has a Chain drive transmission along with wet multi plate clutch to give you great performance and efficiency as expected from Honda.
Talking about its stylish features it has a trendy classic look with digital speedometer and tachometer and 17 inches wide alloy wheels.
The bike is priced at Rs 84, 469
Both the bikes are good technically. The price can be a differential factor. If you are looking for a cheap and powerful option, then clearly Honda takes the lead. But if the performance and looks are your concern, then must give Yamaha a try. Well the ultimate choice is of yours, but while choosing must give due focus to your needs. Do not get carried away with the latest trends.