The Yamaha brand has a very strong presence in our neighboring country Brazil; its plant in Manaus (Manaus) has an international reputation for excellence and innovation, between the models that have been designed we must mention the YBR, an acronym for Yamaha Brazil; which is exported to countries of the American continent and has even managed to penetrate the competitive European market, managing to position itself as a good option when choosing a bike of the segment low/Med displacement. Among the novelties which presents Yamaha Brazil for the year 2010, we have a new version of the YBR 125 so-called Factor, which copies the format of its elder sister the YBR 250, its major virtues are the new design and the low consumption, still lower than its old version (45 km/L). Speaking of his older sister, also gets a wash face for this 2010. Also we find the NEO CVT a scooter from 115cc who say they are inspired by the design of the legendary R1, but we do not know very well what happened to the inspiration, because it is not very noticeable. Presents a system of automatic changes type CVT (continuously variable transmission) that is often used by more sophisticated scooter.
Since we are talking about Yamaha I want to mention a bike that launched during the first months of this year, the FZ16 manufactured in India, a very well made bike, with an exquisite aesthetic, which copies the Fazer range, but with a small engine, perhaps too small for my taste. FZ 16 is propelled by a monociclindrico of 153 cc four-stroke two valve outside line Offset valves SOHC unfortunately, most of these models, have not arrived nor I think coming in next year to our country, we are getting used to us that our market is not interesting enough to the manufacturers to bring displacement medium models, and much less to manufacture them in our country. Clear, not we can criticize it for this last. original author and source of the article