Yamaha FZ25 is a commuter bike available in 2 variants in india. Its lowest version starts from a
price of ₹1,35,424 (ex-showroom) and the top
version from a price of ₹1,37,334 (ex-showroom). Yamaha FZ25 generates 20.3 bhp of power and 20 nm of torque from its 249cc engine. Single cylinder engine of FZ25 has a 5 speed manual gearbox. With both rear and front disk brakes, the top variant of Yamaha FZ25 also has an anti-locking braking system. This 148 kg bike is available in 4 colours.
We’ve been waiting for an FZ with more performance ever since the FZ16 launched nine years ago, and we remember all too well the disappointment that we felt when the version 2.0 turned out to have slightly less displacement than the original model. However, Yamaha has finally felt that the time is right for FZ owners to upgrade to a motorcycle which retains all the core values of the FZ – good looks, good handling, good maintenance – and now with a dollop of performance. Mind you, if you’re looking for thrills like the KTMs provide, you’re in the wrong place. But if you want a quick commuter that is refined and can sit comfortably at 100kmph all day long, look no further than the FZ25. It has been engineered to keep maintenance costs low, so quality might not be the best in class, but as an all-round package it is extremely difficult to fault it.
Yamaha is offering the FZ-25 in two variants; standard and MotoGP edition. The difference between the two is the livery and paint schemes. While the standard variant is available in six colours, the MotoGP edition is available in a single, dual-tone paint scheme of blue and black. The bike comes in black colour with blue highlights on the headlamp cowl and tank shrouds. It also has the Monster Energy logo on the tank shrouds, front fender and side panels. Furthermore, it gets the Yamalube logo on the left side of the headlamp cowl and ENEOS logo on the tank shrouds.
The FZ-25 comes powered by a 249cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder engine that churns out 20.3bhp and 20Nm of torque. The motor comes mated to a five-speed gearbox. The suspension is taken care of by telescopic forks for the front and a monoshock at the rear while braking is done by single discs at both ends along with a dual-channel ABS.