Yamaha is an established brand in India and the brand has its own legacy when it comes to 2 wheelers. Yamaha has given bikes like R 15, Fazer and much more which has changed the way Youth commutes in the country. It has established a style statement in the world of biking and this time Yamaha introduced a new bike called Fazer 25. It is basically an upgraded version of the traditional Fazer and apart from the physical differences, the difference is in the capacity of the bike. The new Fazer 25 has a 250 cc engine. Let us look into the detail quality of the bike.
Looks and Comfort
The bike looks like its younger sibling and it has a full fairing design. The bike has a touring design and it is basically a competitor of Bajaj Pulsar RS200. The bike looks quite sporty and the bike has a large rear when which makes it a perfect tourer. Fazer has a good ground clearance of 160 mm which makes it a perfect ride for Indian rides. The rear suspension is a swing arm suspension which is designed especially for Indian roads.
Engine and other Technical Information
The bike has an engine capacity of 249 cc and in addition to this, the bike produces a maximum power of 20.30 bhp @ 8000 rpm. One of the drawbacks of the bike is that the bike has an air cooled cooling system. Most of the bikes these days have a liquid cooler or an oil cooled engine. The bike also has a fuel injection system which enhances the performance. Talking about the braking system, the bike has a front and rear disc which makes it quite comfortable to ride bikes.
The bike has a good ride quality when it comes to long rides and the bike offers a good riding position to the riders. The handlebars of the bike are also quite which and that reduces the stress for the rider during along ride. During the ride on roads with potholes, the bike was able to handle the jerks quite well because of the swing arm suspension. The soft suspension is surely and adds on in this case. The bike lacks ABS and the company should have added the safety feature considering the fact that most of the bikes come with ABS now, however, the handling of the bike is still good and there is no compromise when it comes to the power.
The ex-showroom price of the bike is Rs 1, 28,335 and there is only one standard version of the bike and there are two colors available.
The bike possess sporty looks and it is quite lightweight which enables the user to maneuver the bike in Indian traffic and in addition to this, the bike is also capable of making sharp turns. It is surely a must have a bike if you love long weekend rides as the bike can add a lot of excitement to your riding experience.