Yamaha Crosser 150

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Yamaha has developed the new Crosser, which comes in S and Z trim levels initially for the Brazilian market. The dual-sport motorbike is based on the FZ Fi and FZ-X and is powered by the same 149 cc single-cylinder four-valve air-cooled engine that produces 12.4 PS at 7,500 rpm and 12.7 Nm of peak torque at 6,000 rpm.

Yamaha has presented a little experience bicycle in Brazil called the Yamaha Crosser 150. Accessible in 2 variations – S and Z – the little limit experience bike is presented in 4 variety choices, 2 each for the two variations. The Black Eclipse and Sports White tones are for the 150 S variation and; Competition Blue and Dakar Sand colorways are for the 150 Z model.

What are the engine features of Yamaha Crosser 150?

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150cc Yamaha Crosser Engine

The Yamaha FZ-Fi V3 generates 12.4 PS @ 7,250 RPM and 13.3 Nm at 5,500 rpm in India. The entry-level motorcycle has a seat height of 845 mm and a curb weight of 137 kg. Upfront, the Yamaha Crosser 150 boasts a brilliant LED headlamp surrounded by LED Daytime Running Lights, and the front beak follows the bike’s sharp design language.

The engine characteristics of Yamaha Crosser

Yamaha Crosser Engine Displacement: 149ccValve: 4
Power 12.4PS.@7500rpm.
Torque 12.70Nm.@6000rpm.
Gearbox 5-speed
# of cylinder One
Cooling system Air-cooled

 Is the seat of Yamaha Crosser comfortable for riding?

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The handlebars have 2 degrees of change, for better ergonomics and solace, the two-level seat is truly comfortable, agreeable, and physically perfect, and the pillion handles are made of aluminum, which adds to weight decrease and a cutting edge look.

Design of the Yamaha Crosser 150

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The front suspension was raked, with greater wheel travel, and the front and rear studded versions featured wire-spoked wheels. A telescopic front fork with 180 mm of suspension travel and a mono-shock with 160 mm of travel is standard on the Yamaha Crosser. The dual-sport has exquisite rearview mirrors and 19-inch front and 17-inch rear wheels.

Chassis features of Yamaha Crosser

The suspension (Enough of movement on the two closures for undulated ground) Modest
Front suspension Telescopic-fork.
Rare suspension Mono-shock.
Brakes Front and rare brakes: single disc with ABS
Tires Metzeler Tourance double reason tires
Front tire 19 inches
Rare tire 17 inches
Variants Z & S
Fuel tank capacity 12 liters

 The new Crosser 150 has a digital instrument cluster that is identical to the FZ series and displays speed, rpm, gasoline level, trip, clock, and gear position, however, it does not have a Bluetooth connection. With the support of a single-channel ABS system, a single disc in the front and rear performs braking duties.

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For this new model, the producer has held most components of the continuous bicycle’s plan yet, in addition, added some new paint conceals as well as body designs for the new cycle. Other than that, the brand has likewise supplanted the halogen unit of the bicycle with a LED headlamp for better light. Not just that, a full-advanced instrumental control center has been added, alongside a charging attachment to keep your electric devices charged.

Crosser 150 has trademark ADV style elements such as a lofty stance, a beak-like structure up front, and a rough look with minimalistic body panels. It also has a small front flyscreen, which is a slight deviation from modern ADVs. A side-mounted high-slung exhaust, fuel tank extensions with air scoops, and arrowhead-shaped rearview mirrors are among the other aesthetic elements. The redesigned 2023 Crosser 150 is available in two models, S, and Z, the same as the previous edition.

Key highlights of Yamaha Crosser 150

  • The new Crosser 150 features a digital instrument cluster identical to the FZ series that displays speed, rpm, fuel level, trip, clock, and gear position, however, Bluetooth connectivity is not available.
  • A single disc at the front and rear performs braking tasks with the help of a single-channel ABS system.
  • A single-piece seat, false air vents on the fuel tank, halogen turn lights, a side-mounted exhaust system, Crosser graphics, and strong grab handles on both sides round out the package.
  • Despite sharing some similarities with the FZ V3, the Yamaha Crosser’s prospects of making it to India are slim. The MT 15 V2 and a special edition were only released a few days ago by the Japanese firm.

Hardware and Powertrain Specifications of Yamaha Crosser 150

Because the Crosser 150 has the same platform as the FZ Fi, it receives the same 149cc air-cooled single-cylinder SOHC engine. This engine produces 12.2 bhp at 7500 rpm and 12.74 Nm at 6000 rpm while mated to a 5-speed transmission. The most exciting aspect of this engine is that it can operate on gasoline, ethanol, or both, increasing fuel efficiency.

When it comes to suspension, the 2023 Yamaha Crosser 150cc Adventure has basic telescopic forks (180mm travel) upfront and a mono-shock (160mm travel) in the back. It is agile, with a curb weight of 137 kilograms, but its 845mm seat height may be difficult for many short riders.

Characteristics and Dynamics of Yamaha Crosser 150

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The bike is rather simple in terms of features, with the semi-digital instrument console being the most notable feature. While the suspension is modest, with telescopic forks up front and a mono-shock at the back, there is enough travel on both ends for undulated ground.

Each wheel has a single disc brake, which is assisted by ABS to prevent skidding while braking forcefully. The motorcycle’s lighting is provided by simple bulb-type lights. The Metzeler Tourance dual-purpose tires are mounted on 19-inch front and 17-inch rear wire-spoke wheels on the Crosser 150. When walking into off-road conditions, these units are reported to give great grip.

  • Single-channel ABS,
  • One-piece saddle,
  • High handlebars,
  • Front and rear disc brakes

The Yamaha Crosser has all that one would anticipate from a fledgling accommodating experience bike. It includes long-travel suspension with 180mm travel at the front and 160mm travel at the back. The bicycle runs on a 19/17-inch wheel arrangement shod with double reason tires. Slowing down obligations have been shared with plate brakes at the two finishes with the well-being net of single-channel ABS.

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The most pleasant part about this engine is that it can run on a variety of fuels, including gas, ethanol, or both, bringing about expanded mileage.

What are the available variants of Yamaha crosser?

The brand has offered the bicycle in two variations called Z and S for the global markets.

What is the price of Yamaha Crosser?

S-Variant; $3, 589

Z-Variant; $3, 632

 About the author:  Michael Parrotte was the Vice President of AGV Helmets America, and a consultant for KBC Helmets, Vemar Helmets, Suomy Helmets, Marushin Helmets, KYT Helmets, Sparx Helmets. In addition, he is the founder and owner of AGV Sports Group.


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Michael Parrotte began his illustrious career in the motorcycle industry by importing AGV Helmets into the U.S. market. He then went on to become the Vice President of AGV Helmets America for 25 years, during which time he also consulted for KBC Helmets, Vemar Helmets, Suomy Helmets, Marushin Helmets, KYT Helmets, and Sparx Helmets.

In 1985, he founded AGV Sports Group, Inc. with AGV Helmets in Valenza, Italy. And for over 38 years now, the company has quietly delivered some of the best protective gear for motorcyclists in the world.

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