Yamaha Motorcycle India launched the much awaited full-faired Fazer 25 at a price of Rs. 1.29 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) which is Rs. 10,000 more than the naked FZ-25. Fazer brand is already recognised for its edgy design, sporty look and high performance.
The all-new Fazer 25 delivers riding comfort during long distance rides along with fuel efficiency and environmental performance and is targeted for youngsters in their 20s and early 30s. With the theme of ‘Great stories begin on weekends’, Yamaha Fazer 25 will be hitting the Indian roads by September-2017.
Based on a reliable 249 cc single-cylinder engine – proven on sport bikes in the Japanese market – the model’s engine has been fine-tuned and optimized for the Indian traffic conditions as well. Primarily the intake/exhaust systems and the ignition system have been tuned to meet the Indian conditions. Building on the reputation, the new model has been developed with Yamaha’s New Generation Engine Development Ideal – Blue Core* featuring overall improved performance, including fuel efficiency, acceleration and environmental friendliness. The model complies with BS-IV emission standards.
With its maximum power output of 20.9 PS at 8,000 rpm and maximum torque of 20 Nm at 6,000 rpm, the new 249 cc model also offers an impressive array of new features including the LED headlight and an LCD instrument cluster with a high-quality look, making it an irresistible option as the top-end model of the FZ series. At the same time, it offers the nimbleness and easy-to-use character for daily use as well as long distance riding in a variety of usage scenes.
The Fazer 25 will be available at Yamaha dealerships in 2 exciting colour schemes “Soulful Cyan” and “Rhythmic Red”. As usual, Yamaha has ruled-out the ABS option in the Fazer 25 due to pricing issues as this is a very competitive market. Surprisingly, the company has stated that they will offer the ABS only when it becomes mandatory from April-2018.
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