The Japanese two-wheeler maker has unveiled all-new Yamaha FZ 25 BSVI. The company has revealed the bike prior to its launch. Apart from the mechanical upgraded, it has received various changes in its appearance and features. The FZ 25 will receive a premium FZS 25 variant, which is similar to the 150cc version. Talking about the features of the bike, it has received a fuel tank design, new headlamps, and the body works seem quite similar to the previous version. It will also come equipped with the LED tail-lamps with the setup of the projector beam, which will enhance its illumination. The bike is available in two color schemes- racing blue and metallic black.
The indicators of the car will continue to utilize the setup of a bulb. Yamaha FZ 25 BSVI will be offering knuckle guards and larger windscreen. The dealerships have already started the pre-booking of the bike across the nation. You can book the bike at the token amount of Rs. 3000 to Rs. 10,000 varying in the city. The delivery of the model will begin at the end of April due to the COVID-19. Comparing to the existing model, which costs around Rs. 1.34 lakh, Yamaha FZ 25 BSVI will get a price hike of Rs. 3,000 to Rs. 4,000. .
Talking about the engine of the bike, it will offer a 249cc, single-cylinder air-cooled engine, which will benefit with the technology of air-cooled engines. Yamaha FZ 25 BSVI is capable enough to deliver the power of 208 BHP at 8,000 RPM and the peak torque of 20.1 NM. The new model of the bike 0.1 bhp more powerful and 0.1 Nm less torquier as compared to the existing version. It is also 1 kg heavier than the BS6 model because of its emission control equipment.