Read about Yamaha CruxS bike review. Yamaha CruxS motorcycle is an entry-level motorcycle in India.
The Yamaha CruxS is a sequel of
the Yamaha CruxR which in turn was a successor of
the Crux, Yamaha's original entry-level bike. The
CruxS sports the typical bland look of economy segment
bikes including the fairing-free front side. New
decals and stylish graphics have been added to male
it more appealing.
The CruxS carry forward the previous Crux's four-stroke, air-cooled, 106cc, single cylinder engine that generates a peak power of 7.3 PS at 7,500 rpm and peak torque of 7.85 Nm at 6,000 rpm. However, a new air induction system has been added to increase air intake for better burn and cleaner exhausts.
On the braking front, 130 mm drums do duty in both the wheels and the suspension set-up includes oil dampened telescopic fork and coil springs in the front and swing arms and coil springs at the rear.
The four-speed gearbox, Yamaha's major strength, provides excellent feedback and vibration is virtually non-existent.
Yamaha Crux Technical Specifications
|Type||4-stroke, Air cooled, SOHC|
|Max. Power||7.6 Bhp @ 7500 rpm|
|Max. Torque||0.80 Kg fm @6000 rpm|
|Transmission||4 Speed constant mesh|
|Dry Weight||105.5 Kg|
|Battery||12V, 2.5 Ah|
|Head Light||12V 35 / 35 W|
|Tail Light||12V 5 / 21 W|
|Front||Telescopic Fork, oil damped|
|Rear||Coil Spring, oil damped|
|Front||2.50 x 18 - 4PR|
|Rear||2.74 x 18 - 6PR|
|Tank Capacity||11 Liters|
|Front||130 mm Dia Drum|
|Rear||130 mm Dia Drum|