The New Yamaha FZ8, Muscular Bike Redefined

Aggressive looks and aggressive character define the new Yamaha FZ8 – a high performance real world sports bike designed to deliver a shot of adrenaline every time you turn the key. The Yamaha FZ8 breathes new life into the mid-class bike category – for a more assertive machine with instant grunt lower in the rev range.

At the heart of the Yamaha FZ8 is a flexible and powerful 779cc engine with instant drive and torque at low revs, and a trademark Yamaha rush of horsepower as you approach the red line. Light, easy handling and roomy ergonomics round out the ultimate everyday sports machine – and the optional ABS system makes hard braking safe, whatever the conditions.
The naked Yamaha FZ8’s muscular stance alerts you to the fact that this is a serious sports bike – and that light, fast handling and instant, willing power encourages bad behavior and begs you to explore its full potential every time you turn the throttle.

The Yamaha FZ8 is not a motorcycle for beginners – it’s the naked sportsbike with true attitude and the power to back it up. Ride it hard with confidence – the Yamaha FZ8 packs attitude, adrenaline and Yamaha’s renowned build and finish quality into a flexible street sports machine for everyday performance riding.
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Monday, 15 March 2010 @ 05:52 PM ICT
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