There is no sign of declining Malaysian rider interest in 2022 Yamaha 135LC Fi, take a look at the 135LC Fi SE here, priced at RM8,198 excluding road tax, insurance and registration. The base model is sold with the Yamaha 135LC Fi which retails for RM7,798, the SE comes with a model specific color scheme and some extras.
It should be noted that the 135LC is available in Fi, Base and SE model forms, only in Malaysia and is unavailable in other ASEAN countries. Now dubbed the “V8” or “Version 8” in its eighth design iteration, this year’s 135LC Fi is the first major change to the 135LC that was launched in Malaysia in 2006.
The 135LC F1 SE is distinguished from the base 1235LC fi by the color of the cover set, in a shade called Desert Storm. Fans of the 135LC Fi can expect to see this paint choice offered for 2022 and 2023 before the replacement, through the previous Hong Leong Yamaha new motorcycle model release practice.
135LC Fi is a Euro 4 loyal 135 cc single-cylinder, powered by liquid-cooled mill fed by EFI. Power at 12,000 hp is claimed to be available at 8,000 rpm and 12.2 Nm of torque at 6,000 rpm, almost the same number as the previous model Yamaha 135LC at 12 hp at 8,500 rpm and 11.79 Nm of torque at 5,05r.
In addition to the 135LC Fi SE separating color scheme, a storage compartment comes as standard equipment, giving the rider some space for miscellaneous items. Also standard is a USB charging port for the rider’s electronics, located inside the bogie.
The Yamaha Y16ZR (RM10,888) and the Yamaha Y15ZR (RM8,498), which fall into the “Supercub” category with standard motorcycle gearboxes and clutches, are true to 135 LC Fi instead. Kapchai The roots, along with a four-speed rotating gearbox and chain final drive, go through a centrifugal clutch on the rear wheel. A useful design change to the 135LC Fi comes in the form of a slightly larger fuel tank, compared to the 4.6-liter outgoing 135LC’s 4-liter.
The 135LC Fi scale indicates 109 kg, adding 4 kg to the previous generation 135LC. Also new to the 135LC Fi is the instrument panel, a monochrome LCD display taken from the Y16ZR.
No suspension on the front of the suspension, a non-adjustable telescopic fork on the front 17-inch wheel and a preload-adjustable monocoque on the rear. Braking 70/90 and 80/90 use hydraulic discs in front and rear with cast alloy wheel shades in rubber.