YAMAHA Crux Review

Yamaha Crux is the oldest and the cheapest bike from Yamaha India. The bike is targeted at the rural area where the use is more of multi-purpose and less of daily commuting. The Engine of the Crux is powered by 4 Stroke single-cylinder and it produces 7.5bhp at 7,500rpm and a maximum torque of 7.5Nm at 6,000rpm. The engine is a four-speed gearbox with three up and one down shift pattern. The bike starts with electric start very easy use and it has a stylish spoke wheels. Speaking about a fuel tank capacity is 11 liters and the weight 113kg. In India it has sold in two color options – Maroon color and Black color. If you are looking for a cheap bike that can carry heavy load, then the Yamaha Crux is the best of your choice.

The entry level 106CC initially launched in 2006.  At the entry level bike anyone cannot expect the high end features that are available on other bikes that are in the 125+CC range.  Features of the bike include adjustable shock absorbers with a multi-reflector headlights and drum brake is of 130 diameters. Yamaha Crux delivers 91 kmpl fuel economies under standard test conditions. Yamaha curx is low price tag and impressive mechanical characteristics. The Crux is well suited for a mass market like India. It has more features of an analogue instrument panel, basic braking system and with a suspension system an engine that packs an impressive punch, at least relative to its stature. Yamaha Crux is a commute segment bike impressed by a lot of customers across the country. The Yamaha Crux overall height is 2,000 mm, width 735mm and 1,075mm. Yamaha has a ground clearance of 160mm while it’s wheelbase is of 1260mm.

This belongs in terms of appearance – reminiscent of the bikes from 20-30 years ago. It’s a very basic design which borrows most of the styling bits from Yamaha’s RX 100. In front, it has a round shaped Multi reflector light with no cowl and visor similar to most of the entry level bikes. The headlight is accompanied by orange color side indicators. Yamaha Crux chrome plated front fender just above its spoke wheels looks very out-dated. The graphics on its side panels and fuel tank which try to hide its age and differentiates it from others. The silencer is chromed and engine also lacks modernity. It has opted for black colored handlebar and rear carrier the overall styling of this bike. The seat is flat and outstretched rear fenders are no good news.

It has an analogue speedometer and odometer with basic tell tale lights complete its instrument console. The Speedometer and odometer are housed together in one of the two circular pods while its other indicators rest in the second dial. Yamaha crux front view of speaks about the simplicity of the machine and it has a multi-reflector headlamp without cover or wind screen. The front turn indicators are placed at its regular slot. Yamaha crux boasts of chrome finish full size front mud-guard that make us remember old two-wheelers of our times. The bike fuel tank is flat and wide it has body color plus modern graphics. This is similar in both shaded and fuel tank design gives support for knee recess as well.


  • Gives you a excellent mileage.
  • It is a user-friendly bike.
  • Built in Quality.


  • Vibration occurs while driving.


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