New Yamaha FZ25 (Fz 250cc) Motorbike: The most happening bike manufacturing company Yamaha is coming with the latest addition to the Yamaha 250cc. Yamaha has launched this Yamaha 250 which is a new quarter-liter naked sports bike FZ25 in India on Tuesday. With this upcoming FZ25, Yamaha is marking the Company presence in the 250cc segment is filling the gap between the Yamaha new version of R15 v2.0 and the YZF-R3.
New Yamaha FZ25 (Fz 250cc) Motorbike Launched in India, Priced at Rs 1.2 lakh
The FZ25 is said to be the most powerful Yamaha which will be manufactured here itself. The Yamaha Company is already the leading company in India with the previous super hit models from FZ and some more.
HIGHLIGHTS of Yamaha FZ 250cc:
- The all new Yamaha FZ25 is full of style and is inspired by the smaller FZ-S and another M-Slaz which is sold in Indonesia.
- The exhaust in the new FZ25 is inspired from the new FZ series and the Company promised a meaty exhaust note.
- This FZ25 gets the 41mm of front forks.
- This FZ25 comes with the rear mono shock from the smaller FZ with the wide range of tires.
The Yamaha FZ25 has it styling which is inspired by the smaller versions of FZ-S and along with the M-Slaz of Indonesia. Like it can be observed in maximum Yamaha motor cycles this FZ25 will also get the chiselled fuel tank and the sharp shrouds on the tank with tiny LED headlamp. Along with the headlamp, the tail lamp will also get the LED unit at the back. The exhaust in this upcoming bike is inspired by the old FZ series of motor cycles and the company promised meaty exhaust note with the upcoming FZ25 model.
This motor cycle gets the digital console with the LCD display which will show the fuel indication along with the minor issues in the motor cycle. This all new Yamaha FZ25 is said to be launched in three colour variants Knight Black, Ballistic Blue, and the Warrior White. The bike gets 41mm front forks and the rear mono shock from the smaller FZ with wider tires mounted on new alloys. The bike will get a 282mm front disc and a 220mm rear disc. ABS has been given a miss to reduce costs though Yamaha Company said that they are working on introducing it later. The FZ25 is priced at Rs 1.19 lakh in ex-showroom which is Rs 4,000 more expensive than the R15 v2.0.
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