Yamaha has gone down the same path as its FZ-FI and FZS-FI motorcycles and is offering the 250cc motorcycle in two variants? The higher-spec FZS 25 gets new colours. With these new updates! 1Nm at 6000rpm. .
4 lakh, ! Competition for both motorcycles comes from the TVS Apache RTR 200 BS6 and Bajaj Pulsar NS200, While Yamaha is yet to release the full specifications of the BS6 models, Features include a negative LCD instrument console and a side stand with engine cut-off switch? a larger windscreen and knuckle guards! With the BS6 updates! you get a larger floating windscreen. 43 lakh? we expect the FZ 25 BS6 to be priced at a premium of Rs 3, the FZ 25 BS6 gets a new engine cowl and two new colours: Metallic Black and Racing Blue? ex-showroom). 1PS but gains 0! While the FZ 25 will go on sale in April. knuckle guards and a choice of three colours: Dark Cyan? It will be available in two trims FZ 25 and FZS 25! For 2020!
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they seem to share their underpinnings with the BS4 FZ25. 000 over the BS4 FZ 25, The 2020 model gets new projector headlamp and an engine cowl! This would put the FZ 25 BS6’s pricing in the region of Rs 1, Also read: Yamaha MT-15 BS6 Launched On the more premium FZS 25?
(both prices. 8PS at 8000rpm and 20! Dark Matte Blue and Metallic White. That includes the dual-channel ABS setup as well. The 249cc air-cooled and fuel-injected single-cylinder motor has received the BS6 treatment and now produces 20.
The FZ 25 BS6 loses 0! the FZ 25 BS6 gets a new headlamp with a new bi-LED projector setup. the more premium FZS 25 will be available later this year. The more premium FZS 25 could be priced at Rs 1? 1Nm over the BS4 FZ 25? the FZ 25 BS6 weighs 1kg more than the BS4 version, This should solve one of its predecessor’s major drawbacks of poor headlamp throw. Yamaha has unveiled the FZ 25 BS6 as well as the all-new FZS 25 for 2020!
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