Yamaha FZS 25 specs have been updated by the company at its website. It is likely that both the FZ siblings will launch simultaneously…
It is well known that Yamaha is trying its successful 150 cc strategy in the quarter liter segment as well. What started with a single model is now a two model strong portfolio (apart from the now discontinued Fazer 25). The new more premium FZS has joined the lineup and it will sit slightly above the standard FZ25 to broaden the portfolio.
After teasing it at its official website in the last few days, Yamaha has revealed the specs and details of both the motorcycles. The 250 cc FZ twins will produce 20.8 PS of peak power at 8000 rpm and 20.1 Nm of max torque at 6000 rpm from the now updated Bharat Stage 6 249 cc, SOHC engine.
While the other specs remain the same for both the models, including the dual-channel ABS unit, the FZS weighs 154 kilo (with oil and full fuel tank) – 1 kg higher than the standard model.
Pricing has not been revealed by Yamaha and it says ‘price will be updated post lockdown period‘. We expect the standard model to cost around Rs 1.38-1.40 Lakh mark and the ‘S’ model to probably command a premium of around Rs 3000 over it.
The FZS 25 comes with snazzier colors, knuckle guards, longer visor and contrast golden colored alloy wheels. Features like LED headlamp, LED daytime running lights (DRLs), negative LCD instrument cluster, side stand with engine cut-off switch and underbelly cowl are common in both the models.
Now that everything else is known, only a formal launch announcement remains which we believe will arrive in the days to come.