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Yamaha’s FZ25 first appearance in India

Article By Ministry of Bikes

Posted on 30 Jan 2017

Yamaha’s FZ25 first appearance in India

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Yamaha India unveiled the FZ25 last week at one of their motorcycle events. The new model is specifically aimed at the younger generation, age range around 20-30. It has been assumed that the reason for this, is to enhance the brands popularity, as well as encourage the younger generation to choose motorcycles over other vehicles. In addition, the firm hopes that the new bike will become one of the top small-capacity motorcycles in India.

The FZ25 utilises a 249-cc single cylinder engine, which produces 20.6 bhp at 8,000 rpm and 20 Nm of maximum torque at around 6,000 rpm. Not bad at all! Moreover, the firm have incorporated Blue Core Technology, which ultimately improves fuel efficiency, while also ensuring the engine is more environmentally friendly.

Furthermore, the motorcycle has a weight of roughly 148 kg, and carries an LED headlight, tail light and digital instrument panel, which all add a bit of personality to the machine. The FZ25’s seating features a new sportier look, due to shorter handlebars, which again makes the bike very different from its predecessor. Finally, the new model has been made available in three different colours, including Ballistic Blue, Warrior White and Knight Black.