When was RXZ discontinued?

Yamaha RX 100

Manufacturer Yamaha Motor Company
Production 1985–1996
Predecessor RD350
Successor RXG,RXZ,RX135
Class Commuter Sports

What is the top speed of Yamaha RXZ?

120 kmph
It uses the popular 132cc, 2-stroke, 7 port torque injection engine producing 14 BHP at 7500 rpm and 12 Nm at 6500 rpm. It comes mated to a 5-speed gearbox and claims a top speed of 120 kmph.

What is the mileage of Yamaha RXZ?

RX-Z can cruise to a top speed of 120 kmph. Front brake uses disc braking, while rear features usual drum brake. Suspension system comprises of telescopic forks at the front and dual shocks with swing arm for the rear. Fuel tank capacity of this bike is 12 litres and it have a fair amount of fuel efficiency of 40 kmpl.

What is the cost of Yamaha RXZ?

Yamaha RXZ 135 Price in India was ₹ 42,000. Check Out Complete Specifications, Review, Features, and Top Speed of RXZ 135.

What is RXZ?

The Full form of RXZ is Arginine Alanine Proline proteins, or RXZ stands for Arginine Alanine Proline proteins, or the full name of given abbreviation is Arginine Alanine Proline proteins.

Is RX135 better than RX 100?

Yamaha RX 135 top speed is 110 kmph (company-claimed). Yamaha RX 100 top speed is 100 kmph (company-claimed). In terms of performance, the 135cc motorcycle can accelerate from 0-100 kmph in around 16 seconds. In terms of performance, the 100cc street motorcycle can accelerate from 0-60 kmph in around 7.5 seconds.

When did the Yamaha RxZ catalyzer come out?

The 3rd RXZ generation, RXZ Catalyzer version was launched by Hong Leong Yamaha in 2004. This model received brand-new body panels, catalytic converter and a few updates on the engine. Since 2004 the model remained fairly unchanged with minor changes in bodywork and decal kits until the production came to an end in 2011.

What kind of transmission does a Yamaha RX-Z have?

The Yamaha RX-Z was originally equipped with a five-speed transmission with solid front disc brake. The model shared the same platform and chassis as its predecessor, the water-cooled Yamaha RD125. Shortly after the launch, the RX-Z became popular among young motorcyclists especially in Malaysia.

What is the difference between Yamaha RXG and RxZ?

The Yamaha RXZ was a bike with different styling, the bike comprises of futuristic design for that time. The RXZ was equipped with the 132cc air cooled 2-stroke engine same as RX 135/RXG but tweaked to produce 14 Bhp of power.

When did the Yamaha RxZ 135 come out?

Yamaha RX-Z 135 was a two-stroke naked bike manufactured by Yamaha Motor Corporation. Debuting in April 1985, the RX-Z was very popular in Malaysia and Singapore and was sold for more than two decades before the production was ended in 2011. In 2004, the model was revised cosmetically and a catalytic converter was installed.