Updated On: 4 September 2020 Nitin Kadian
The Yamaha FZS 25 BS6 competes in the 250 cc segment as a highly attractive and aggressive vehicle. In addition to this, the bike is offered with sporty colour schemes and a very imposing stance which gives it a massive road presence. With this being said, check out all the details about the bike in the detailed first look review of the Yamaha FZS 25.
The Yamaha FZS 25 BS6 gets an aggressive and sporty design with bright colour schemes. The sharp cuts and creases on the panels in addition to the headlamp design give the bike a distinctive look and a very strong character. The styling of the bike remains highly impressive while the rear design remains a little simpler when compared to the overall design.
|Specification||Yamaha FZS 25 BS6|
|Ground Clearance||160 mm|
|Seat Height||795 mm|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||14-litres|
|Kerb Weight||153 kilograms|
The bike is powered by a 249 cc engine that churns out a maximum power of 20.8 PS while peak torque figures stand at 20.1 Nm. This engine comes mated to a 5-speed automatic gearbox and features a SOHC setup. In addition to this, the bike also features fuel injection which improves the overall refinement and offers a superior power delivery. With this being said, the Yamaha FZS 25 remains one of the best bikes in the segment in terms of power delivery and overall driving experience.
In terms of overall ride and handling, the Yamaha FZS 25 gets a suspension that is on the stiffer side to aid in better handling and highspeed stability. The undulations on the roads are tackled by the suspension without making the bike uncomfortable. At slow city speeds, the small potholes and minor jerks are well absorbed by the suspension but tend to feel a little too stiff on badly patched up surfaces. In addition to this, the bike also gets an adjustable rear mono-shock to further alloy the users to tune the suspension as per their needs.
Apart from this, the FZS 25 is a feature-rich bike and comes with features such as dual-channel ABS, side stand engine-cut switch, long visor, adjustable suspension, and LED headlamps with DRLs in addition to other features such as digital multi-functional MID and advanced fuel injection.
With rivals such as Dominar 250, Pulsa NS 200, and the Duke 250, the Yamaha FZS BS6 faces stiff competition in the segment. The prices of the bike start from Rs 1.57 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).
|Yamaha FZS 25 BS6|
|Price (ex-showroom, Delhi)||Rs 1.57 lakh|
With this being said, do you think that the Yamaha FZS 25 has everything to make it the best in the segment? Let us know your thoughts and opinions about the bike in the comments box below. Also, subscribe to our YouTube channel for all the latest updates and unbiased reviews.
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