The streetfighter, acing 249cc single-cylinder, fuel-injected engine. The new BS6 variant can churn out 20.8PS and 20.1Nm (0.1PS less and 0.1Nm more than the BS4 variant).
With that, it comes mated with a 5-speed transmission, fine-tuned and optimized for the Indian conditions. Moving on with the suspension duties, it gets well-handled—one by telescopic fork and a 7-step adjustable Monocross suspension.
Yamaha FZ25 comes with aggressive International colour schemes. Overall, it makes the bike look super edgy, adventuresome.
With that, the new LED headlights featuring daytime running lights offer Yamaha a quite rugged appearance. It also has a large shield, joint protector of the S variant, which adds charm to the overall design.
Anchoring the bike at both ends is its disc brake 282mm front and 220mm rear. The brake gets fitted with dual-channel ABS, which makes safety guaranteed.
The sweet muffle grunt adds the much-needed huskiness and an impression of sharpness.
The bike looks very compact while protecting the pillion feet too. Undoubtedly, the motorcycle is adventurous, and it makes itself loud and clear.
Although an instrument cluster displays a load of information and looks pretty great on the bike, it doesn’t match the overall motorcycle’s size, and it’s a tiny screen. The display is strong with a sense of style, reverse LCDs, and colour screens adding to its gorgeous look.
Yamaha FZ 25 comes in three unique and sporty colours, namely:
- Moto GP Edition
- Metallic Black
- Racing Blue
The two colours apart from the MotoGP edition get funky golden wheels.
The shades available add to its glory, rugged look and fighter appearance.
Variants Of Yamaha FZ25
- FZ 25 Standard Variant
- FZ 25 MotoGP edition
Yamaha gave the 250cc engine a blue core patent technology which made the bike economical.
The motorcycle gets all-new LED headlamp and tail lamp. It gets a negative LCD that shows a handful of information in real-time, including mileage.
The BS6 model gets a side-stand engine cutoff function, offering premium experiences to the rider. The advanced Bi function class D type headlamp delivers both high and low beams.
Overall, the result is a compact, cool and lightweight designed motorcycle. Yamaha FZ 25 gets easier to control while enhancing the economy in a better way.
The power to weight ratio is just enough to make you commuting it around fearlessly. And, the Yamaha FZ25 ensures to take care of your adventurous side, as the under-cowl keeps you prepared from mud and dirt splatter.
Also, it adds to the masculinity of the bike, making it nothing but a masterpiece.
This motorcycle can easily accommodate a maximum of 14L of fuel. Through its excellent fuel efficiency, you can get your long journey ride hassle-free without refuelling at regular intervals.
The bike gets a 100-section front tyre and a wide 140-section rear tubeless unit. All this is packed perfectly in the streetfighter by also making it compact in design.
It gets a muscular stance, bulbous fuel tank as well as a flat handlebar. With that, the split seats get carried over from the older model. The bike is capable of delivering a decent mileage of 43 Km/L.
During speeding, the large calliper with precise braking experience gives confidence to the rider.