The bike gets a reliable 249cc single-cylinder air-cooled motor. The new BS6 FZS 25 delivers 20.51 BHP at 8000 RPM and 20.1 Nm of torque at 6000 RPM.
The motor of the bike comes mated to a 5-speed transmission. Also, when looked at the performance, it is 0.1PS less and 0.1Nm more than the BS4 FZS 25.
This engine is proven to be effective on a variety of sports bikes. Also, the model is fine-tuned and well optimised for Indian traffic conditions while keeping the BS6 emission norms in check.
The 5-speed gearbox does offer a smooth and fast shift. But, riders feel an immense need for one more gear. Adding one more gear would have given better and more efficient performance.
One can conquer the terrain effortlessly with Monocross suspension at the rear for the best balance. The rider can have excellent riding comfort with unparalleled handling stability.
The stylish looking crown on the front face of FZS-25 minimises wind blast yet yields a lively and proper look.
It protects the rider from incoming bodies like dust, insects and tears down the highway, so you get a safe ride.
The dramatic touch added to the bike is the touch of the golden wheel to the street presence.
This new and gorgeous combination of colours indeed brings out the adventurous spirit. The golden wheel is only available on the FZS 25 Patina Green & Dark Matte Blue.
Moreover, the new international colour makes the bike super edgy. Also classy, and the ride is colourful yet adventurous. Overall, the FZS-25 design looks pretty compact, making the adventure motive in it loud and clear.
The colour scheme gets contrasting alloys & rim strips to steal all the attention of the crowd. The sweet muffler grunts also add a huskiness to the bike, giving a sharper impression.
The S variant gets three colour options. All of which simply adds a distinctive personality touch to the rider. The colour options are Patina Green, Matte Blue and Matte White.
All the colours offered will make you look extra sporty and rugged. You are free to choose from an exciting range of colours that adds charm to your appearance.
While Yamaha FZS 25 gets offered in only one variant – FZS 25 STD.
Yamaha offers ergonomics that are directed more towards a comfortable commuting experience. With an enhanced economy, the bike is easier to control.
The grip is firm, and the hands always get protected. The cowling will accompany the adventurous side of yours. No more complaints of mud and dirt platter, as it keeps you prepared for that.
The riding posture is upright, footpegs at the centre set accompanied by wide handlebar length. It is easy to reach, feels light while moving around, making your journey more controlled.
The bike offers the rider a seat height of 795 mm, so both tall and short heightened riders commute easily. The rider seat is way too spacious and supports your hip so that it can opt for long distances.
FZS-25 have a strong mid-range that makes the journey enjoyable, but the top end feels way too flat. FZS 25 is the most fuel-efficient bike in the 250cc bike segment, with 14 litres of tank capacity.
If you give more throttle while riding, the motorcycle will make you feel free. You can quickly accelerate and ace up to 120 Kmph in a relaxed state.
It gets a negative LCD with good visibility in a day and bright light. The cluster may seem outdated and lacking a lot when compared to that of competitors.
The information on the cluster is all basic ride telemetry data like Trip Meter, Check Engine Indicator and Real-Time Mileage,
At 153 kgs, the FZ gets pretty light, and you can flex a lot on it. Braking duties are taken care of by disc brakes at both the ends, 282mm front and 220mm rear.
Aiding to better-touring capabilities, 2021 gets a lot of goodies. It includes a taller visor for better wind deflection, knuckle guards, horn buttons.
It gets dual-channel ABS, as standard on the motorcycle. Also, the Yamaha brand has equipped the bike with a 100 section front tyre While the rear tyre is 140 section.