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Yamaha 135LC vs Yamaha Lagenda 115Z Comparison

Overview Yamaha 135LC Yamaha Lagenda 115Z
Brand
Off Road Price*
(Kuala Lumpur)
RM 7,118
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Variant
User Rating
Available Color(s)
Yamaha 135LC Colors
Lagenda 115Z Colors
Fuel Type
Petrol
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Petrol
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Vehicle Type
Moped
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Moped
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User Review Comparison

Yamaha 135LC
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    Mishkat Jan 06, 2022 for Yamaha 135LC

    If it comes to buying an entry-level scooter that is good for city streets and is not boring in terms of performance, the Yamaha 135LC Super Sport is a top Read More

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    Zakawat Nov 22, 2021 for Yamaha 135LC

    The 135LC Super Sport is a great bike for regular use and I have had no complaints from it so far. The maintenance cost is very low and the engine Read More

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    Yiizzan Aug 23, 2021 for Yamaha 135LC

    One of the bikes that are ruling Malaysian roads these days is none other than Yamaha 135lc-super-sport. I don’t feel this bike need any introduction as such. The upgraded version Read More

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    Husaini Jul 20, 2021 for Yamaha 135LC

    My requirement for a two-wheeler was very basic. All I needed was to commute from my house to office and back. So I needed a scooter that could be fuel-efficient. Read More

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    Afsah Jul 05, 2021 for Yamaha 135LC

    It has been a while I haven’t ridden a motorcycle, so I decided to take a friend’s Yamaha 135LC Super Sport for a day. I don’t have much experience with Read More

Yamaha Lagenda 115Z
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    Faizin May 12, 2022 for Yamaha Lagenda 115Z

    The reason I opted for this two-wheeler was its splashing sporty look along with the electric start option. It saves me from the bite of fuel pricing along with taking Read More

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    Caleb Apr 20, 2022 for Yamaha Lagenda 115Z

    The Yamaha Lagenda 115z is one of the most reliable underbones which you can see around the streets of Malaysia. Thanks to the widespread ability of the bike, users have Read More

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    Yiizzan Apr 18, 2022 for Yamaha Lagenda 115Z

    The Yamaha Lagenda is a series of underbone motorcycles that marks its presence in the market for over two decades now. For its 2022 year model, the bike brings out Read More

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    Rahman Jan 06, 2022 for Yamaha Lagenda 115Z

    I needed a simple commuter motorcycle that would not be boring to ride and would look stylish. I bought the Yamaha Lagenda 115Z and I am absolutely impressed by the Read More

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    Aizat Dec 14, 2021 for Yamaha Lagenda 115Z

    The Lagenda 115Z is an easy bike to ride, even for a beginner. The bike feels very balanced while riding and the lightweight frame makes it easy for you to Read More

From The Experts

  • Pros
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Yamaha 135LC

The lean profile of the Yamaha 135LC Super Sport is something which comes handy while tackling the worst of the urban traffic with ease and comfort. The slim tyres, as well as thin body profile of the 135LC Super Sport, makes it feel nimble and agile to ride.

For an entry-level moped, the Yamaha 135LC Super Sport’s 135cc single-cylinder engine is quite powerful and refined. The power and torque figures are in the league of a 150cc scooter, which gives it an impressive power to weight ratio.

Yamaha Lagenda 115Z

Despite being an entry-level cub class bike, the Yamaha Lagenda 115Z has been equipped with a disc brake and alloy wheels, which demonstrate that Yamaha has not compromised much on mechanical aspects. The Lagenda 115Z gets a disc brake at the front, which does provide decent feedback for a bike of this class.

The four-stroke, single-cylinder, air-cooled, 113.7cc engine of the Yamaha Lagenda 115Z might sound a bit basic on paper. However, for a bike targeted at the lower segment, the Lagenda 115Z’s engine is well refined and vibration-free.

Tipping the weighing scales at just 100 kgs, the Yamaha Lagenda 115Z feels agile to ride and control in various conditions. The large 17-inch tyres do make the Lagenda 115Z responsive enough to every twist of a handle.

Yamaha 135LC

The cost consciousness of the Yamaha 135LC Super Sport is evident with the absence of many modern features in the moped. The 135LC Super Sport lacks any of the trendy features like LED lights, digital meters, which makes it feel a bit old fashioned and built to cost.

While the single piece seat of the Yamaha 135LC Super Sport is long enough to seat two adults, the limited width and lack of cushioning makes it feel uncomfortable for longer commutes.

Yamaha Lagenda 115Z

The Yamaha Lagenda 115Z tries to look sporty, but in the process, it looks a bit disproportionate, especially from the front. The front apron looks overly bulbous from the middle, which doesn’t gel much with the overall slim profile of the bike. The dual headlamps setup too looks a bit awkward.

While Yamaha hasn’t much compromised on the mechanical front, it is the list of features which make the Lagenda 115Z feel a bit low rent. The full analog instrument console looks too plain, while there is no other notable feature apart from key shutter mechanism to make it look a bit premium.

 

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