The Indian subsidiary of the Japanese motorcycle making company, Yamaha Motor India launched the new quarter-litre naked bike, FZ250 at a highly attractive price tag in India. The bike is a bigger sibling of the highly famous FZ16 which is present in the Indian motorcycle market from quite some time now. Seeing the success of the FZ16, and the radically expanding two-wheeler Indian market, Yamaha FZ25 is expected to carry forward the success story of its smaller brother. The FZ25 carries a bigger, more powerful and refined engine, and is overall a very modern looking motorcycle.Yamaha FZ25 Mileage
The bike has been given Yamaha’s trusted Blue Core technology and that helps to deliver an overall considerably decent fuel economy of 35km/ltr in mixed highway and city riding conditions. The bike is good enough to do a maximum of 450 kilometers in a single go.
Engine & Transmission
The bike packs a 249cc Air-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC, 2-valve that churns out 20.7 bhp of maximum power at 8000rpm and 20Nm of peak torque at 6000rpm. This unit has a 74x58mm of bore & stroke ratio. The engine comes mated to a constant mesh, 5-speed transmission. It features a fuel-injection system for smoother and precise fuelling which also helps in better power delivery. The bike can accommodate a maximum of 14L of fuel when brimmed up and that along with its fuel efficient engine should be able to provide a decent maximum range for long distance riders.
Yamaha FZ25 Performance and Handling
Yamaha Motor India has given this 250cc engine it's Blue Core patent technology that helps the bike run in the economical state. At the front, it is equipped with LED headlights that are bright enough for all adverse lighting conditions. It has also been equipped with the front and rear disc brakes which provide maximum stopping power. Like the front end, it also has LED light at its rear end.