Yamaha India has finally launched it’s first quarter liter naked street motorcycle in 250cc segment by the name FZ250, on 24th jan 2017. With this bike the company entered the performance segment in India for the first time. The Yamaha FZ25 has been designed and developed for the Indian consumer and fills the gap between the YZF-R15 and YZF-R3.
Yamaha FZ25 Overview :- Yamaha FZ25 is inspired by the smaller FZ-S in terms of design and comes with a chiselled fuel tank, muscular tank shrouds and tail unit with a split seat. The LED headlight and tail light gives it muscular looks too, infact this is the second bike manufactured in India to offer LED headlamps after the recently-launched Bajaj Dominar 400. The bike also has all-new alloy wheels and looks nothing like India has ever seen from Yamaha. Yamaha FZ25 comes with a fully digital instrument console like as digital speedometer, tachometer, fuel gauge, clock etc. It comes equipped with Fuel Injection technology and as per company claimed it delivers a fuel economy of 43kmpl which is quite impressive for a 250cc bike. It’s Blue Core technology has been claimed to provide an optimum balance between acceleration performance, fuel economy and eco-friendliness. The absence of ABS is it’s major disadvantage but Yamaha India confirmed that ABS variant will be launched at a later date.
Yamaha FZ25 Specifiation :- Yamaha FZ25 is powered by 249cc, fuel injected, single-cylinder, Air cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC, 2-valve, Yamaha’s Blue Core technology engine which generates a max power of 20.69 bhp at 8000 rpm and max torque of 20 nm at 6000 rpm. The engine is mated to a 5 speed gearbox. It comes with a 282 mm front disc brake with a 2 pot caliper and a 220 mm rear disc brake with a single pot caliper. The bike has a kerb weight of 148 kg and comes with a 14 litres fuel tank. The Yamaha FZ25 has an length of 2015 mm with a width of 770 mm and has a height of 1075 mm. It is equipped with a sporty 100/80-17 front tyre and 140/70-17 rear tyre. It has front suspension of Telescopic Forks type and rear suspension of MonoShock (Swingram, Monocross) type.
|Specifications And Features|
|Maximum Power||20.69 Bhp @ 8000 rpm|
|Maximum Torque||20 Nm @ 6000 rpm|
|Engine Description||249cc, fuel injected, single-cylinder, Air cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC, 2-valve, Blue Core|
|No. of Cylinders||1|
|Transmission||No. of Gears||5|
|Gearbox Type||Constant Mesh|
|Braking System||Front Brake||282mm hydraulic single disc with a 2-pot calliper|
|Rear Brake||220mm hydraulic single disc with a single-pot calliper|
|Suspension||Front Suspension||Telescopic Forks|
|Rear Suspension||MonoShock (Swingram, Monocross)|
|Wheels and Tyres||Front Tyre||100/80-17 M/C 52P|
|Rear Tyre||140/70-17 M/C 66S|
|Wheel Type||Alloy Wheels|
|Ground Clearance||160 mm|
|Seat Height||795 mm|
|Capacity||Fuel Tank Capacity||14 litres|
|Weight||Weight(with oil and a full fuel tank)||148 kg|
Yamaha FZ25 Mileage :- The Yamaha FZ25 returns a certified mileage of 43 kmpl.
Yamaha FZ25 Top Speed :- The exact top speed of the bike is yet to be known, we will have to wait for it.
Yamaha FZ25 Colours and Shades :- The Yamaha FZ25 is available in three shades namely ballistic blue, knight black and warrior white.
Yamaha FZ25 Price :-
|City||Ex-Showroom Price After GST
||On-Road Price After GST
|Bangalore||Rs. 1,19,335||Rs. 1,49,552|
|Mumbai||Rs. 1,18,335||Rs. 1,36,000|
|Chennai||Rs. 1,21,327||Rs. 1,35,636|
|New Delhi||Rs. 1,19,335||Rs. 1,33,358|
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