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Image gallery: 2017 Yamaha FZ25

24 Jan 2017 / 5

Yamaha’s all new FZ25 will arrive in Indian showrooms in the first week of February 2017. The motorcycle is available in a single variant and in three colours. The 20.9PS/20Nm 250cc 2-valve single cylinder motor is mated to a 5-speed transmission. Yamaha says that the engine is tuned more for rideability and will have a punchy mid-range. The claimed fuel economy is 43kmpl. Full LED head and tail lamps, digital display, front and rear disc brakes as well as a monoshock rear suspension outline the FZ25 specs. While you can read about the motorcycle here the images are right below.

 

2017 Yamaha FZ 250 (2)

The new Yamaha FZ25 looks similar to the first-gen FZ16 but with new-gen cues like the fresh exhaust, seats and tank shrouds

 

2017 Yamaha FZ 250 (4)

The headlamp is full-LED like the one on the Bajaj Dominar but not as complex looking

 

2017 Yamaha FZ 250 (6)

The tail lamp is also an LED unit and is styled differently than the existing FZ series

 

2017 Yamaha FZ 250 (8)

New 17-inch MRF tubless tyres have been developed specially for the FZ25

 

2017 Yamaha FZ 250 (5)

That’s the new engine kill switch and there’s no headlamp switch which means the bike has an Always Headlamp On (AHO) feature

 

2017 Yamaha FZ 250 (9)

The 282mm front disc and the 220mm rear disc brakes do not get ABS for now. Yamaha says it is ready to install ABS should demand arise

 

2017 Yamaha FZ 250 (7)

The 2-valve SOHC , fuel-injected engine makes 20.9PS @ 8,000rpm and 20Nm @ 6,000rpm. It is mated to a five-speed gearbox

 

2017 Yamaha FZ 250 (3)

The exhaust looks similar to the new FZ-16

 

2017 Yamaha FZ 250 (12)

The meters are all new and has features such as an instant fuel economy indicator

 

2017 Yamaha FZ 250 (11)

The seats are similar to the FZ-16, however, the seating position is slightly on the sportier side

 

Also read:

Yamaha FZ25 launched in India at Rs 1.19 lakh



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