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FZ25

An all new FZ25 has been developed with a newly designed air-cooled, 249 cc, 4-stroke, SOHC, 2-valve, single-cylinder, high-torque fuel-injected engine on a lightweight frame (148 Kgs) enabling the joy of control as the rider intends. These features establish the FZ25 as a "Powerful, mid-class, street fighter" for the Next FZ World.

The design emphasizes both the senses of mass forward layout and downforce, evoking the powerful muscles of an athlete. This newly launched street model delivers riding enjoyment as well as excellent fuel efficiency and environmental performance.

The new 249 cc single-cylinder engine is proven on sport bikes for the Japanese market, the model's engine has been fine-tuned and optimized for the Indian traffic environment, primarily in the intake/exhaust systems and the ignition system. Building on the reputation, the new model has been developed with Yamaha's New Generation Engine Development Ideal - 'Blue Core' featuring overall improved performance including fuel efficiency, acceleration and environmental friendliness. The model is compliant to BS IV emission standards.

With its maximum power output of 20.9 PS at 8,000 rpm and maximum torque of 20 N m at 6,000 rpm, FZ25 offers an impressive array of new features including the LED headlight and an LCD instrument cluster with a high-quality look evoking a sense of innovation, a mudguard that moves with the swing arm, wheels with a spoke design like that of MT Series bikes and racing style footpads (rear seats) making it an irresistible option as the top-end model of the FZ Series. At the same time, it offers the nimbleness and easy-to-use character for daily use as well as riding excitement in a variety of usage scenes.

Engine type Air cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC, 2-valve
Displacement 249cc
Bore & stroke 74.0x58.0mm
Compression ratio 9.8:1
Maximum horse power 20.9PS/8000rpm
Maximum torque 20.0N.m/6000rpm
Overall Length 2015mm
Overall Width 770mm
Overall Height 1075mm
Seat Height 795mm
Wheelbase 1360mm
Minimum ground clearnce 160mm
Weight(with oil & a full fuel tank) 148kg
Minimum turning radius 2.5m
Frame type Diamond
Tubeless tire size(Front) 100/80-17M/C 52P Tubless
Tubeless tire size(Rear) 140/70-17M/C 66S Tubless
Brake Type(Rear) Hydraulic single disc brake
Brake Type(Front) Hydraulic single disc brake
Diameter of brake disk(Front) 282mm
Diameter of brake disk(Rear) 220mm
Suspension type(Front) Telescopic fork
Suspension type(Rear) Swingarm (Monocross)
Fuel Tank Capacity 14L
Carburetor type/Fuel Supply Fuel injection
Clutch type Wet,multiple disc
Transmission type Constant mesh,5-speed
Shift type Return
Shock absorber assembly type(Front & Rear) Coil spring/Hydraulic Damper
Hydraulic bulb type LED
Headlight LED
Auxiliary light 12V,5W x 1
Brake/Tail light LED
Turn signal light(Front & Rear) 12V,10W x 2
Fuel gauge Digital
Clock Digital
Speedometer Digital
Fuel consumption indicator Equipped
Powerful 250CC Engine

Yamaha FZ25 is the first 250cc bike by Yamaha to be launched in India. This bike is a completely new design and comes with some interesting elements. To begin with, the pricing of this new bike has been extremely aggressive and the company is looking at enhancing its reach with its new bike. The motorcycle is a good upgrade option for those who want a bigger bike from there 150cc but have budget constraints.

This is an attractive bike. The sleek headlamp is the highlight from the front. The headlight even has daytime running LEDs on it. There are three LEDs on the headlamp and this produces 35W of illumination, which is seen for the first time on any bike in this category. The Yamaha FZ25 also has a small black shield above the headlamp. The stance of the bike is muscular. The bike is also available in dual tone colours, which makes it stand out. The instrument cluster is fully digital, however a gear indicator is missed on it.