Yamaha India is speculated to showcase Fazer 250 at 2012 Delhi Auto Expo


The latest report coming up related to Auto Expo 2012 is that Yamaha Motor is speculating to showcase its highly anticipated bike Yamaha Fazer 250 during Auto Expo followed by some other upcoming variants of Yamaha Bikes including Yamaha YZF-R1, FZ1, MT-01, and Yamaha VMAX.

Yamaha motors, which is known for launching limited series of Yamaha Bikes in Indian two-wheeler market, is now coming up with a huge fleet of new street bikes promoted as FZ series bikes. It is also reported that Yamaha has face-lifted the existing version of Yamaha R15 with wide array of latest technical specifications meeting the requirement of Indian bikers.

As far as detailing about the features and specifications of new Yamaha Fazer 250 are concerned, it is expected to be energized with 249cc, 4-stroke, 2-valve, air cooled, SOHC petrol engine resulting in superior and fuel economic performance. It is expected to achieve the achieve speed of 60 kmph in a period of just 5.2 seconds and goes till a top speed of 108.8 kmph.


Whereas existing variant of Yamaha Fazer 250 is energized with 153cc, 4-stroke, 2-valve, air cooled, SOHC engine followed by five speed manual transmission that results in superior engine performance followed by economic fuel consumption. It delivers an average of more than 50 kmpl, in urban areas it offers an average of 43.4 kmpl and while riding on highway it delivers an average of 54.2 kmpl.

To enrich riders with comfort riding experience the Yamaha Fazer 250 has been designed with wide array of various new latest technical features which include digital console LCD meters for clear vision, electric start, low fuel, and oil indicator, low battery indicator, wide and comfortable seat supported by anti-skid seat skin. Tubeless radial tyres are additional features which increase its comfort features. Let us hope that the new version of Yamaha Fazer 250 offers much advanced features and specifications as compared to its existing variant.


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