After being absent from a segment popular with a young audience, Yamaha launched its much-awaited FZ25 in the country today. The new offering from the Japanese motorcycle maker will be powered by a 249 cc, single cylinder, fuel-injected engine which will be BS-IV emission norm compliant. The motor is mated to a 5-speed transmission and will produce 20 hp of power and 20 Nm of torque.Yamaha FZ25 will compete with the likes of the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V and KTM Duke 200. The motorcycle travels on a MRF Zapper tyres and gets a LCD instrument cluster.
12:32 pm: Yamaha FZ25 offers LED headlamp, LED tail lamp and has a weight of 148 kg. The motorcycle gives a fuel efficiency of 43 km/l
12:32 pm: Yamaha FZ25 is offered in three colours: Knight Black, Ballistic Blue and Warrior White
12:26 pm: Yamaha FZ25 launched at Rs 1.19 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi
12:20 pm: Roy Kurian, Vice President Sales and Marketing, India Yamaha Motor said: Target customer for the Yamaha FZ25 is a young urban rider. Perfect balance between performance and comfort.
12: 15pm: Sales increased from 5.95 lakh units annually in 2015 to 7.86 lakh units in 2016
12:14 pm: Yamaha sales from 2008 to 2016
12:13pm: Yamaha Market share
11:49 am: John Abraham will be present at the occasion to unveil the FZ250
11:27 am: The launch conference is about to start. Stay tuned for all the updates from the venue
11:03am: Yamaha might launch the FZ 250 between a price range of Rs 1.4 lakh to Rs 1.6 lakh, depending on the variants
10:47 am: Yamaha FZ 250 might get the all new digital backlit instrument cluster, which has a speedometer, odometer, tachometer and other necessary information for the rider
10:35 am: Yamaha FZ 250 is expected to get telescopic forks upfront and a monoshock at the rear
10:26 am: The motorcycle is expected to get a LED headlamp with AHO ( Automatic Headlamps ON) functionality
Video courtesy Yamaha Motor Brasil
10:19 am: Yamaha FZ 250 will get Bybre sourced disc brakes at the front and rear with ABS as standard
10:05 am: Yamaha FZ 250 will share its design cues from the FZ Version 2.0 and the M-Slaz, currently on sale in Indonesian two-wheeler market.
9:54 am: The FZ 250 is expected to be powered by a 249 cc, single-cylinder Fuel Injected engine which delivers 20 hp of power and 20 Nm of torque and will comply with BSIV emission norms.
9:44 am: Bookings of the FZ 250 has commenced with a token amount of Rs 10,000 across dealerships
9:34 am: Yamaha will lauch FZ 250 in India today, the manufacturer has already revealed the motorcycle in Brazil. Stay tuned for the live updates from the launch event.