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Latest launch: Yamaha YZF-R25 and MT-25 with new engine and features

    Posted by Ashish On 28-May-2022 02:27 AM

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Yamaha has launched its upgraded 250cc bikes - Yamaha MT-25 and YZF-R25 with new engines and features, in the overseas market.

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The Japanese two-wheeler giant, Yamaha has rebooted its two famous quarter-litre products and launched the YZF-R25 and MT-25 bikes with a new engine and feature upgrades.

The highlight of the Yamaha 250cc motorcycles is their new stylish design, modern Yamaha features as well as latest Yamaha mechanical updates like the new Euro-5 engine. That means the bikes now have a more clean and refined liquid-cooled, 249cc parallel-twin engine that produces 23Nm of max torque and 35Bhp of peak power. This Yamaha engine is mated with a 6-speed gearbox and an optional quickshifter.

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Both the Yamaha 250cc bikes share a common engine and gearbox, the same suspension system that has a mono-shock at the rear and a USD fork at the front. The braking system includes single-disc brakes on both ends with dual-channel ABS. The Yamaha MT-25 and YZF-R25 ride on the same wheels - 110/70-17 and 149/70-17 tyre combination at the front and rear, respectively.

The YZF-R25 bike colour option has the Yamaha 60th Anniversary special edition theme, which has red and white on the body and golden colour on the alloys.

According to the Japanese market retail price, if we convert the cost from Yen to INR, the 2022 Yamaha MT-25 price is Rs 3.8 lakh, while the new YZF-R25 price is Rs 4.09 lakh and the special edition costs Rs 4.23 lakh.

Unfortunately for two-wheeler enthusiasts and Yamaha motorcycle fans in India, the expectation or hopes of the arrival of these two popular 250cc Japanese bikes anytime soon is far from reality. However, there are two Yamaha 150cc bike models that are hugely popular, in the country, in their respective categories - the Yamaha MT-15 naked sibling and the YZF-R15 model.