It was just about a month ago when Yamaha announced a recall for FZ 25 and Fazer 25 because of a faulty head cover bolt. Now, the Japanese firm has announced another recall and this time it is the FZ Fi and FZ-S Fi that went under the axe.
As per the latest reports, a total of 7,747 units (combined) of FZ Fi and FZ-S Fi manufactured from October 2019 have been recalled to address an issue related to “non-fitment of rear-side reflector”. This recall is a part of the company’s compliance with the safety norms and not in connection with any matter related to the vehicle’s performance.
Yamaha has said that the reflector will be fitted in the affected motorcycles free of cost, at any of the Yamaha authorised dealers; the owners will be contacted individually.
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Yamaha launched the BS 6 variants of the FZ Fi and FZ-S Fi recently. They are powered by the same 149cc, single that churns out 12.4 PS and 13.6 Nm of torque. They also received a single-channel ABS and negative LCD instrument cluster.