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Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd. Is the Japanese company was well known for its musical instruments, but in 1955 it began producing motorcycles. It began with simple and inexpensive machines but has grown to its position as a power sports powerhouse, offering some of the best sportbikes, cruisers and off-road bikes on the market.
It ranks second only to Honda as the leader among Japanese manufacturers. The headquarter of the company is in 2500 Shingai, Iwata-shi, Shizuoka-ken and Japan. Yamaha Crux is the oldest and the cheapest bike from the Yamaha stable. This bike was built to target the rural markets the most! The bike is simple and yet it maintains the attractive appeal in the users.
The Yamaha Crux motorcycle has a plain and simple body dynamics just like any other utility bike and that is why it is preferred by the riders. The bike has a long comfortable seat that ensures the easy and stress-free commuting to the rider.
Besides this, the bike is provided with a chrome plated sleek silencer that enhances the beauty of the bike. The front profile of the bike is enhanced with a rounded headlamp along with a chromed fender that gives it a tough appearance to the onlooker. Coming to the rear look of the vehicle, it is fitted with an elegant tail lamp that looks amazing.
Apart from this, its instrument cluster is old- fashioned and it helps the rider as it includes features such as an analog speedometer, odometer and fuel gauge. The fuel tank of Yamaha Crux is neatly crafted and it can store 11 liters of fuel and it also offers a smooth riding position to the rider.
Yamaha Crux has an overall body dimension of 2000 mm in length, 735 mm in width and 1075 mm in height. It has a wheelbase and minimum ground clearance of 1260 mm and 160 mm respectively that ensures good handling and stability to the rider.
Yamaha Crux interior is indeed attractive. The bike is powered by 106cc, air-cooled, four-stroke engine that too comes mated to a 4-speed transmission system. The mill develops a maximum power of 7.5 bhp at 7500 rpm along with a peak torque of 7.5Nm at 6000 rpm.
The motor of the vehicle delivers a commendable fuel economy of 60kmpl and it gives a premium performance which is pretty good for daily commutes. It runs on 2.50 x 18 "4PR front and 2.75 x 18" 6PR rear tyres that come mounted over durable spoke wheels. The suspension system of the bike includes telescopic forks up front and swing arm with spring aided shock absorbers at the rear.
The braking duties of the bike are carried out with the help of 130 mm drum brakes equipped with both, front and rear ends that offer a good grip on the road hence rider is always comfortable.
There are two types of the Two-wheeler Insurance policies that one can use to secure the bike and they are as follows –
1. Comprehensive Policies – Comprehensive policies provide the cover against different types of wear and tear on the motorbike and the individual rider of the vehicle.
2. Liability – only Policies – Liability – Only policy cover only the injuries to the individual that he or she suffered from the third party action.
Two-wheeler Insurance Premiums
There are various factors that affect the premium amount of the Two Wheeler Insurance policies directly or indirectly –
Cubic Capacity of Vehicle – Insurance amount is directly proportional to the capacity of the vehicle and so is the premium amount for the policy.
Insured Declared Value (IDV) – The IDV value is the value that is fixed for the tenure of the Two-wheeler Insurance.
Anti-theft device – If the policyholder wants to facilitate their vehicle with an anti-theft device installation by ARAI, they can even avail discount on the premium amount.
Displacement - 106 cc
Maximum power - 7.5 Bhp @ 7500 rpm
Maximum Torque - 7.5 Nm @ 6000 rpm
Mileage - 55-65 kmpl
|Yamaha Crux Standard, Drum Brake spoke wheel||Rs. 41,613|