Finally, the wait is over for the launch of the Yamaha FZS 25 & FZ 25 launch. Both the bikes are launched priced at Rs 1.52 lakh for the FZ 25 and Rs 1.57 lakh for the FZS 25. The prices are marginally increased as a comparison to their predecessors BS4 variants by RS 16,000.
Yamaha gives it more upgrades while upgrading to BS6 norms such as – the bi-functional LED headlamps with bold DRLs. Except for this all the front fearing are some revised. The Yamaha FZS 25 got a slightly taller windshield wiser and knuckle guard as compare to regular FZ 25.
The newly updated beasts also got some new colour scheme to look different and sporty. The regular FZ 25 is offered with two colour options- Metallic Black and Racing Blue. While the FZS 25 is offered with three colour options- White Vermillion, Patina Green and Dark Matte Blue. The Patina green and Dark Matte Blue will come with contrast gold finish.
In spite of this, they powered by a 249cc liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine that churns out 80.8 bhp at 8,000 RPM and 20.1 Nm at 6,000 RPM. However, the power figures are lowered by 0.1 bhp and 0.1 Nm while upgrading to BS6. The kerb weight is also increased by 1 kg at 153 kgs and 154 kgs for the FZS 25 variant. Apart from this, the gearbox will be the same 5-Speed. It also gets a dual-channel ABS and dual disc for perfect braking bite.
After the launch, this will become the most affordable 250cc bike in the Indian market by having a price tag starting from Rs 1.52 lakh. The closest rival in terms of price is Bajaj Dominar 250 that is more expensive by Rs 8,000 at Rs 1.60 lakh. Apart from this, it will compete with Suzuki Gixxer 250 and Gixxer SF 250 that priced at Rs 1.65 and Rs 1.76. On the same side, the most expensive bike of this segment is KTM Duke 250 that priced at Rs 2.05 lakh.
Yamaha FZS 25 and FZ 25
- Priced at Rs 1.52 lakh for FZ 25 and Rs 1.57 lakh for FZS 25
- Cost Rs 16,000 more than its predecessor BS4
- Gets Dual Channel ABS and Knuckle Guard.