Yamaha Fazer FZS600 Reviews
Product Type: Yamaha motorcycles
Newest Review: ... and the bike can happily sit at motorway speeds (and above)with plenty left in reserve if you need it. After riding the ... more
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Customer Yamaha Fazer FZS600 Reviews (5)
by - written on 15/09/11 (Very useful, 154 readings)
After a few years of owning and loving a 400cc sportsbike I sadly had to accept that while it was great fun on a twisty road it was a nightmare to commute due to the riding position and long distance rides were more of a chore than a pleasure so the search begun for an allrounder that could actually do it all. A friend happened to be selling his 600cc Fazer so after reading numerous good reviews in bike magazines and a day testing it the Fazer seemed like a good choice and the deal was done! The great thing about this bike is it can handle almost anything the daily commute is a joy compared to my attempts on the zxr400 the upright riding position ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/10/09 (Very useful, 584 readings)
This was my first 'big' bike after passing my test this year. The bike is exceptional value for money, its fast but not too fast for a new rider. The Fazer cuts through traffic with ease and returns about 200 miles to a tank of fuel. Build quality is good, there are no real problems with it but need to see how the bike stands up after the winter. Since owning the bike I have done about 6000 miles and the only cost has been some new tyers. The bike eats up the miles and is very comfortable even after three hours riding, it could go on further but I needed coffee so had to take a break. If you are looking for a first step into the world of larger ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/07/01, updated on 20/07/01 (Very useful, 5621 readings)
for me a new job meant a new motorcycle. After spending a few weeks reading all the mags, reviews asking around in the shops I had shortlisted my choice down to just three bikes - the Faser, the Hornet and the Bandit. As I use the bike for commuting and will possibly have to ride through another harsh Winter I plumbed for the bike with the best features that cover all-round riding. The Faser came out tops in handling, and equipment. It may lose out to the Hornet in terms of finish but after a couple of months of high milage (I cover 90 miles a day) this is no discrace. After the first week I had the bike 'run-in'. I was surprised as the bikes speed ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/07/00, updated on 01/07/00 (Useful, 2212 readings)
I would recommend the fazer to anyone wanting a versatile bike. After a break of a few years from bikes I punted for the fazer. When I bought it two years ago every journalist was singing its praises so I bought one in black and haven't been disappointed. The bike has friendly characteristics. Its got excellent acceleration if you need it, and decent pulling power but like a lot of Yams you have to drop a gear to really motor. Its got a top speed of 145 thats great to know youv'e got, but after 120 which it flies up to(alledgedly), whats the point?. Its very comfortable with a relaxed riding position and ideal for two up riding with a comfortable seat. You Read the complete review
by - written on 19/03/07 (Not useful, 737 readings)
Got an engine that sounds like a dick slapping. I would recommend this bike for anyone that got beat up at school or a copper. You will be hard pushed to find any second hand ones unless you look at the base of Beachy Head nr. Eastbourne. Many are found with their riders still on them. Including that Muppet Mark Fowler from Eastenders who mysteriously re-incarnated in the Bill. Coming back to that copper thing again. So, if you are a homosexual dying of AIDS with no way out. Simply by a Fazer, chuck your lot in over beachy head, come back as a copper and get to beat the living daylights out of Joe Public and get paid for ... Read the complete review
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