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The FZ25 expands Yamaha's street naked portfolio with more power and torque. Its beefy front end and LED headlamps give good street presence. The engine is also very fuel efficient and returns 43kmpl. Lack of ABS even as an option does hurt its image among the safety-conscious buyers.
The least priced variant is Yamaha FZ 25 ABS priced at Rs. 1,54,208 and the most priced variant is Yamaha FZ 25 Moto GP Limited Edition priced at Rs. 1,56,950.
|Moto GP Limited Edition||249 cc,||Rs1,56,950|
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The Yamaha FZ-25 is a high-end naked motorcycle that’s refined, powerful and comfortable. It is an aggressive-looking road machine with oodles of torque and power to play with and style that’s being awarded by India Design Mark for the present year. The FZ-25 comes with fuel injection and Blue Core technology that makes sure fuel economy is not hampered at any cost. You can expect the FZ-25 to return an economy of anywhere around 43kmpl. With its high-end styling, muscular and sculpted body structure and mighty engine, the Yamaha FZ-25 doesn’t miss out on impressing the petrol heads. Built on a fairly lightweight frame and weighing just 148 kg, the FZ-25 gives all the positive reasons to buyers looking for a 250cc street fighter. The Yamaha FZ-25 is available in three different colours, Warrior White, Ballistic Blue, and Knight Black. Challenging the likes of the KTM Duke 250, the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V and the Benelli TNT 250, the Yamaha FZ-25 comes out as a much more relaxed and decently powered street bike than others. The Yamaha FZ-25 retails at INR 1,19,335 (Ex-showroom, Delhi) in India.
Yamaha designers have left no stone unturned while designing the FZ-25. They have done every possible bit to make it muscular and aggressive, also lending it a go-forward attitude. The muscles of the FZ-25 are evoked by forward mass layout and downforce, similar to an athlete positioned to start a race. There are enough cuts, creases and edges to flaunt which also make the bike look sharper, bolder and street-ready. The FZ-25 comes with an energy efficient LED headlamp that sports three-light type feature, out of which the two are dedicated to the low beam while the addition of third makes up for the high beam. Throughout the lighting setup, LEDs have been used for optimal illumination that also includes tail light and brake light. The 14-litre fuel tank is designed skillfully to suit its mean looks, though a little more mass could have made it bulkier and better. The Yamaha FZ-25 gets a fully-digital instrument console, which along with essential readouts, displays time and fuel consumption. The split seats have been designed taking care of the balance of shape and cushion thickness. The pillion seat gets a bulge at the front for better grip during acceleration and deceleration and is also 12 cm higher than the rider’s seat for better forward visibility. For added comfort and convenience, the pillion benefits from the rear split grab rail. A midship muffler is fitted on the FZ-25 that helps reducing weight and length and offers an added advantage of mass concentration. Adding spark to the looks are the 17-inch alloy wheels. Cruising on the FZ-25 is stress-free, thanks to its lightweight body and generous proportions. It sports a wheelbase of 1,360 mm and a ground clearance of 160mm. In terms of measurement, the FZ-25 is 2,015 mm in length, 770 mm in width and 1,075 mm in height.
The Yamaha FZ-25 is powered by an air-cooled, single-cylinder, 4-stroke, fuel-injected 249cc engine that uses Blue Core Technology. The engine comes mated to a 5-speed constant mesh gearbox and produces a max power of 20.9PS at 8,000rpm and a healthy torque of 20 Nm at 6,000rpm. This is the same engine as seen on the Japanese sports bikes. Though it is tuned in the ignition and intake/exhaust departments for the Indian market. Yamaha claims that the FZ-25 can return a fuel economy of 43Kmpl.
The Yamaha FZ-25 is bolted on a diamond frame that grants it robustness, agility and the much-needed strength. At the front, the FZ-25 is equipped with a conventional telescopic fork while at the rear it has a lightweight Monocross suspension unit. The assembly not only helps in seeing through the road imperfections but provides a perfect balance of damping force and spring rate. Handling the FZ-25 in the city as well as on the highways is hassle-free, thanks to its forward riding stance and excellent shock-absorbing performance. For braking, Yamaha has blessed it with hydraulic disc brakes at both the ends, 282mm at the front and 220mm at the rear. The 17-inch alloy wheels are shod with 100/80-17M/C 52P and 140/70-17M/C 66S tubeless tyres at the front and rear respectively.
At the front, there is a 282mm disc with 2-pot brake calliper while at the back, it has a 220mm disc with single pot calliper. The discs provide a good initial bite regardless of the weather conditions, which is certainly a plus. Then you have tubeless grippy tyres for stability and balance. The LED lighting setup illuminates the path better and provides optimum visibility no matter how the weather behaves on any given day. However, the lack of ABS in this segment is a big disappointment.
|On Road||Rs 1,54,208|
|On Road||Rs 1,56,950|