In India, the Yamaha FZ 25 and FZS 25 motorbikes will be more inexpensive in 2021. Their prices have been slashed by Rs 18,800 and Rs 19,300, respectively, by the Japanese motorcycle manufacturer. The FZ 25 costs Rs 1,34,800, while the FZS 25 costs Rs 1,39,300. (all, ex-showroom). According to the corporation, the prices have been handled by lowering input expenses. The motorcycles haven’t been altered in any way.
The 249cc single-cylinder engine in the quarter-liter category produces 20.5bhp and 20.1Nm. Transmission responsibilities are handled by a 5-speed gearbox. The 2021 Yamaha FZ 25’s suspension system includes of telescopic front forks and a monoshock at the rear. Dual disc brakes provide braking force, which is aided by dual channel ABS (anti-lock braking system).
In other news, the Japanese motorcycle manufacturer recently copyrighted the Yamaha Tracer brand in the United States. While no official word has been released, the new nickname is expected to be used to the future Sport Tourer motorbike. The Yamaha Tracer 700 and Tracer 900 are already available in a few international regions. According to reports, the bikemaker is going to release a new 250cc Sport Tourer that will likely share certain design elements with the Tracer 700. It will be a semi-faired motorbike with a fuel tank inspired by the MT-15, a wide windscreen, split seating, and USD front forks.
It’s too early to make any conclusions on its engine. The MT-25’s powerplant is believed to be shared with the next Yamaha sport tourer. The latter is powered by a parallel twin motor with a displacement of 250cc and a peak output of 35bhp. It’s mated to a 6-speed transmission. Earlier this year, Yamaha introduced the MT-25 to the Indonesian market. The motorcycle costs roughly Rs 2.87 lakh.