We often say that looks are subjective and may vary from person to person, but with Yamaha Fazer, the case is slightly different because this is a beloved bike of all two-wheel aficionados. Yamaha Fazer has monstrous appearance, which sometimes feels even better than sibling, R15 and headlamps help giving a macho look too. Amid the headlamps is the third eye of Fazer which essentially serves the purpose of parking lamp, and this combination gives the overall fascia of this bike an entirely balanced look.
Now we turned to province which evades most of the driving pleasure; instrument cluster that is. The Fazer has fully digital panel which houses a tachometer, speedometer, and fuel gauge. In addition to these gauges are various alert markers namely turn signal, and high beam indicator etc. As far as the readability of these instruments is concerned, Must admit that tachometer is relatively difficult to read, though it’s all about getting used-to, which eventually makes it appear better. Besides, the rear view mirrors are little hard to adjust while on move. The side profile is somewhat exciting, first thing that caught our attention was huge cowl, which is the primary macho substance of this bike, and sports traditional Yamaha logo with the Fazer decal, which more or less emerges out as a flaunt factor, but as they say, If you have it, you show it.
An all black engine looks good, and 5 spoke alloy wheels sporting the similar finish are charm to look at. However, rear profile is just a replica of non kitted version of Yamaha FZ-series. The same tail lamp finds their way on the Fazer too; where as bottom-end of rear mudguard is complemented by a reflector.