Know About The New Yamaha FZ 25 Technical Specifications

by Ravi Singh Rana Digital Marketer
What is the Fz 250 Specification? Yamaha India's FZ (pronounced as eff zee) motorbike series is a hit among the country's youth. Yamaha FZ is a well-respected name in and of itself. In January of 2017, the business released the "FZ25," the 250cc variant of the FZ motorbike in India. Today, we'll look at the brand-new Yamaha FZ25 motorbike. We purchased our FZ25, a model available with a sleek black finish, from the Perfect Riders lot on Lalbagh Road.


Whereas the smaller Yamaha FZ would eventually tire, the FZ25 keeps going. Here's a hint, however. Do not be fooled by the machine's dry statistics and graphs on a specs sheet. We both agree that the 250cc air-cooled single's output of 20.9PS at 8000 rpm and 20Nm at 6000 rpm are not impressive. However, the bike's performance in actual riding conditions is so satisfying that you'd probably want to destroy any record of your experience with it. That's not the case; otherwise, it wouldn't matter. Comparing the 250cc single to the motor that drives the smaller FZ, the similarities are apparent.

You won't ever have to patiently adjust the rpm limiter until the engine sheds its outer garment and swivels around a pole. Acceleration is rapid and smooth from idle up to roughly 9000 rpm when the engine operates at peak efficiency. But you don't need to send the tachometer to the moon to build up speed; it will rev up to 11,000 before the limiter comes in and spoils the party. The FZ25 will not say anything if that's how you satisfy your need for speed. However, some may see the lack of a sixth cog as a drawback; the high final gearing and smooth shifting are more than makeup.

Handling & Brakes

With a wheelbase of 1360mm, the Yamaha FZ25 is nimble and responsive in tight turns. Also, the turning radius is excellent. Yamaha's FZ25, their 250cc motorbike, is the lightest curb weight in the business at only 148 Kgs. The less burden allows you to go farther and faster without experiencing difficulties. The motorbike has effective disc brakes up front and back despite not having ABS (Anti-lock Braking System). Yamaha FZ25 has a telescopic fork up front and a swing arm in the back, both of which are excellent quality and allow us to feel the play of the shock absorbers over bumps in the road and other uneven surfaces.

IN BANGALORE, Yamaha FZ25 may be purchased for INR 1,22,400 (about $1,400). Beginning on July 1, when GST is expected to be fully implemented, Yamaha FZ25's GST pricing might shift between 3% and 5%. Yamaha FZ25 has an affordable price. At an on-road price of around 1.3–1.4 million Indian rupees ($23,000–$26,000), you get a competent motorcycle powered by a 250cc engine (depending on your city).


The Yamaha FZ 25 is the first motorbike we'd suggest to anybody shopping for a bike with a 200cc or more significant engine. If you're looking for a motorbike that doesn't skimp on power or performance, the Yamaha FZ25 is a fantastic option. The styling of the Yamaha FZ25 has been refreshed, modernized, and aimed squarely at the youth market.

Yamaha's FZ25 is an excellent alternative for individuals looking to upgrade from a motorbike in the 200-250cc sector. It stands out from the crowd among performance-oriented bikes like the KTM Duke and the Bajaj Dominar.

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