Yamaha has released details and pictures of its updated FZ25 range. The surprise is the debut of the new FZS in the portfolio. This is a bid to replicate the success story of the 150cc FZ range. While the FZ will remain the basic variant in the lineup, the FZS will carry more bells and whistles.
2020 FZ25 BS6
The new FZ25 comes with a Bharat Stage 6 compliant 249cc, single cylinder engine which produces 20.8 PS of peak power at 8000 rpm and 20.1 Nm of max torque at 6000 rpm. This means that in this transition the motorcycle has lost 0.1 PS of power but it has gained 0.1 Nm of torque. At 153 kg, the motorcycle also weighs 1 kilogram more than before.
The FZ25 also gets a new aggressive looking LED headlamp, side stand with engine cut-off and other features like multi-function negative LCD instrument cluster, LED daytime running lights, dual channel ABS etc. It now comes in new colours of Metallic Black and Racing Blue whereas all the existing four colours have been discontinued, including the Limited Edition black.
Price of the new FZ25 BS6 will be announced closer to its launch in April 2020. For reference, the current version costs Rs 1,34,680 ex-showroom Delhi.
New FZS 25 BS6
The FZS 25 will continue with the same engine but it gets knuckle guards, bigger visor, dual tone colour theme, contrast-coloured alloys for a more premium look. It will be sold in three new shades of dark cyan, dark matte blue and metallic white.
Yamaha says that more details and the launch timelines of the new FZS 25 will be revealed in the months to come.