Yamaha has recently updated the design of FZ25. The bike now looks more sharp than bulky which was the case before. The motorcycle now gets a complete aesthetic update with LED headlamps. But the instrument cluster on this motorcycle is still old which now looks dated. So we have included everything which you need to know about the Yamaha FZ25 BS6. Read the article to know more.
Engine of the Yamaha FZ25 BS6:
The Yamaha FZ25 BS6 is powered by the same 249 cc, 4-stroke, single cylinder, air cooled, fuel injected, SOHC, gasoline engine which puts out 20.51 bhp of power @8,000 rpm and 20.1 Nm of torque @6,000 rpm. The power goes to the wheel through a 5-speed manual transmission. The bike has 74 mm bore, 58 mm stroke and the engine doesn’t have very high compression ratio(9.8:1) which results in lower engine stress and increases the engine life. The engine on the Yamaha FZ25 BS6 is very well refined and reliable. The fuel tank capacity is 14 litres.
Brakes, Wheels and Suspension of the Yamaha FZ25 BS6:
The braking duty is done by a 282 mm single front and 220 mm single rear disc brakes. The wheels on the Yamaha FZ25 BS6 is of 17 inches and are mated with a 100/80 section front and 140/70 section rear tyres. The wheels are tubeless non radial and the wheel type is alloy. The front suspension duty is done by a telescopic fork while the rear suspension is equipped with a 7-speed adjustable monoshock suspension.
Dimension and Chassis:
The Yamaha FZ25 BS6 weighs 153 kgs and has 2015 mm length, 775 mm width, 1075 mm height, 1360 mm wheelbase, 160 mm ground clearance, 795 mm seat height and is underpinned by a diamond frame chassis.
Price, Variants and Colors:
The motorcycle is available in 5 different colors which includes Metallic Black, Racing Blue, Patina Green, White-Vermilion. The motorcycle is available in 2 different variants which costs 1,97,491 rupees for the standard variant and 2,03,608 rupees for the S variant.
Features of the Yamaha FZ25 BS6:
The Yamaha FZ25 BS6 doesn’t stand out in-terms of features as it retains the same instrument cluster as before. The motorcycle gets a digital odometer, DRLs, Dual Channel ABS, Automatic Headlight On (AHO), digital speedometer, fuel gauge, digital tachometer, side stand alarm, 2 trip meters, gear position indicator, low fuel indicator, low oil indicator, gear shift light, engine kill switch and a clock.
The motorcycle now gets LED lightings all around. LED headlight and LED taillights are standard across the variants. The motorcycle is equipped with a 12 V, 6,0 Ah battery. But the motorcycle misses out on slipper clutch and other features which are must in this price point.
|Engine Type||Air cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC, 2-valve|
|Bore & Stroke||74.0×58.0mm|
|Maximum Horse Power||20.8PS(15.3kW)/ 8000rpm|
|Transmission type||Constant mesh,5-speed|
|Clutch type||Wet,multiple disc|
|Maximum torque||20.1N.m(2.0kgf.m)/ 6000rpm|
|Fuel system||Fuel injection|
|Starting system type||Electric starter|
|Overall L x W x H||2,015 mm x 775 mm x 1,075 mm|
|Minimum turning radius||2.5m|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||14L|
|Minimum ground clearance||160mm|
(with oil & a full fuel tank)
|Tyre size (Front)||100/ 80-17M/ C 52P – Tubeless|
|Tyre size (Rear)||140/ 70-17M/ C 66S – Tubeless|
(diameter of front fork)
|Brake type (Front)||Disc Brake (282mm)|
|Brake type (Rear)||Disc Brake (220mm)|
|Suspension type (front/rear)||Telescopic fork / 7-Step Adjustable Monocross Suspension|
|Battery||12 V, 6.0 Ah|
|Daytime Running Light||LED|
|Brake/ Tail Light||LED|
|Fuel consumption indicator||Equipped|
|Sidestand engine cut-off switch||Equipped|
|ABS||Dual Channel ABS|
- Reliable Engine
- Low end power is great
- looks good
- LED lighting
- Cheapest 250 cc motorcycle
- Good motorcycle for city usage thanks to its great low end grunt
- Comfortable ridding posture
- Top end performance is not that great
- Power is not enough for a 250 cc bike
- Misses out on lots of features
- Misses out on 6th gear