The Japanese company seems to be getting ready to join the quarter-litre naked bike fray
With the entry-level performance bike segment finally blossoming, we have seen many quarter-litre offerings hit the market in recent times. This year we witnessed Yamaha’s entry into this segment in the form of the YZF R3, and we have still been waiting for the manufacturer to introduce a naked streetbike of a similar capacity. We now have access to spy shots of a camouflaged motorcycle in Delhi that seems to share several features with the Fazer 250 that is currently sold in the Brazilian market.
The Brazilian Fazer 250 is powered by a 249-cc oil-cooled, single-cylinder, fuel-injected engine, that develops 20.7 PS of max power and 20.4 Nm of peak torque. The bike features disc brakes at both ends, a diamond-type frame and a street-biased upright riding position. The sighting of this camouflaged bike in Delhi clearly hints at a 2017 launch; let’s wait and see what happens.
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