Affected customers, according to the company, will be informed through the dealerships they have purchased the bike from.
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Yamaha has issued a voluntary recall of 7,757 units including the FZ-S V3 FI and FZ V3 FI due to the absence of side reflectors on the motorcycle. Yamaha stated that the recall will be applicable to units that were manufactured after October 2019. Affected customers, according to the company, will be informed through the dealerships they have purchased the bike from. Being a safety issue, Yamaha also confirmed that the addition will be free of charge.
Last month, Yamaha launched the BS-VI compliant version of the FZ-S V3 and FZ V3 in India. Inheriting FZ’s legacy and signature styling, the new FZ-FI and FZS-FI comes with a Blue Core concept-driven 149 cc engine with a compression ratio of 9.6:1 and delivering a maximum 12.4 PS power at 7,250 r/min and 13.6 N.m torque at 5,500 r/min. The new FZ-FI and FZS-FI BS-VI version will feature single-channel ABS in the front wheel and front & rear disc brakes along with negative LCD instrument cluster and a single piece two-level seat.