Two new additions to the Japanese manufacturer’s range of BS6 motorcycles set to launch in India soon will be the Yamaha FZ 25 and FZS 25.
Yamaha had earlier teased a few pictures of the upcoming FZ 25 and the FZS 25. They have now put out a picture on their Instagram page teasing the launch of the motorcycles and letting us know that they are coming soon. What we know for now is that the new FZ 25 will have a retuned 249 cc, air-cooled BS6 motor that makes 20.8 hp which is almost similar to the 20.9 hp the out-going model produced. New features include a negative LCD instrument cluster, LED daytime running lamp, class D bi-functional LED headlight, under-body cowl and side stand with engine cut-off switch. Not to mention new colour schemes and the peace of mind of a dual-channel ABS. The price of the BS-VI FZ 25 will be announced closer to its launch in April.
Yamaha have also introduced a new version of the bike in the shape of the FZS 25, which will use the same BS6 engine. The FZS 25 gets cosmetic changes that include unique colour schemes, a slightly taller visor and sporty hand-guards.
Speaking on the occasion, Motofumi Shitara, Chairman, Yamaha Motor India group of companies said, “Yamaha is determined to provide exciting two-wheeler experiences to the Indian customers, the one that has earned it a name to reckon within the whole world. The Unique Style of Yamaha is well-crafted in all the current line up from the company. While the new FZ 25 will command street adventure with a new heart revving experience, the company’s objective to set the global racing excitement into Indian roads will close into proportionate wholeness. In future, the company will look forward to bring more excitement on board as a part of its brand commitment in India.”