Yamaha FZ25 Review: Featuring the Amazing Super Bike of its time

Before the arrival of Yamaha in the Indian Mass Bike Segment, the street fighter design was missing. In 2008, Yamaha launched First Generation FZ16 in India. The aggressive styling of this bike and the 140 section of the rear tire was enough to pull everyone's eyes towards it. 

With time everything changed and more power 'hunger' bikes grew in the lovers. Many were not happy with the 150 cc models, so some wanted that there should be more powerful bikes than that. 

Fans of Yamaha FJ series did not easily trust any other brand. Finally, Yamaha understood the demand for the bikes of his bikes and the result was 8 years later. The company has brought the FJ25 bike. 

Yamaha's new FJ25 design is inspired from the previous FJ bikes. This model of 250 cc looks a bit bigger than the 150 cc FJ bikes. 

FJ25's Low-sling LED headlights give it transformer face. There is a 14-liter masculine fuel tank. Large air scoops are provided on tank cladding. This strengthens the bike's wild appeal.

All digital instrument cluster has been given in the bike. There is a lot of information related to the bike. However, the LCD screen disappoints according to the size. Seat coals are slick but wide. The FBI 25 stubby exhaust gives the bike a strong look in the back. 

It's split seat is basic and does not look new in the segment. Its new chain cover is unique. 10 Spoke Alloy Weils are also new and this is a new change compared to the 5-spoke FJ bikes.

Yamaha drops the idea of liquid cooling and has tried the oil cooler for this new 250 cc bike. This is a single pod, air-cooled motor. The company claims that it generates power of 20.9 PS and reduces voice as well. 

Its peak torque is 20 newtons. 7,000 RPM engine refined is visible. But there will be no need to go to this as it only accepts the bike peak torque at 6000 rpm. Upon achieving top power, feet pegs and handlebar vibration starts. 

It's extinguished bets the dynamic appeal of the bike. The bike is capable of catching the speed of 100 km in 9 seconds. It takes time to achieve the top speed of 140 kilometers per hour. But it's 46T rear sprocket KTM 200 makes Duke more competitive for the bike. This bike's engine is equipped with the 5-speed gearbox.

It is clear that Yamaha FJ25 is not for those who are watching Sharpe and Agile Sportbike. It is a lightweight bike that gives a good experience in the areas of city traffic. It also gives a great experience in Daily Commuting. Its ex-showroom price in Delhi is 1.19 lakh rupees.

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