Yamaha Fazer 25 launched in India at Rs. 1.28 lakhs

The tagline for the Yamaha Fazer 25 is ‘Great stories begin on weekends’. The bike has been positioned as a touring bike and has been priced to take on the Bajaj Dominar 400.


Yamaha India has finally launched the much awaited Fazer 25 in India. It has been priced at Rs. 1.28 lakhs and will be available in only two colour options – “Soulful Cyan” and “Rhythmic Red”. It is powered by a 249cc single cylinder motor that develops 20.9 PS at 8,000 rpm and maximum torque of 20 Nm at 6,000 rpm. The engine is based on the patented Blue Core technology and features revised intake/exhaust and ignition systems that has been tuned to meet the Indian conditions. Some of the standard features on the Yamaha Fazer 25 comprise of LED headlight, LED taillight and LCD instrument cluster. The engine is rated to deliver 43 kmpl of fuel efficiency.


Mr. Roy Kurian, Senior Vice President, Sales & Marketing, Yamaha Motor India Sales Pvt. Ltd. added, “The new trend of motorcycling has ushered in India as the touring culture is trending everywhere in motorcycling society. The Yamaha Fazer 25 with superb control and balance will further meet the expectations of the touring enthusiasts who look for smooth cruising with undiluted power-balance delivery. Besides, the bike will also meet the expectations of both advanced riders and calm commuters and thus, aims to fulfil the aspirations of a diverse age group.”


Speaking on the occasion, Mr Masaki Asano, Managing Director, Yamaha Motor India Sales Pvt. Ltd, said, “Yamaha is known as the manufacturer of some of the versatile sport tourers that has created excitement in the motorcycling culture of the world. Since 2008, Yamaha has seen similar excitement in customers with the introduction of performance motorcycles in India. Now, it’s time Yamaha takes it to an all new high with the next line of the FZ generation bikes. With its improved looks and other suitable changes, the new Fazer 25 will keep up with the expectations of the FZ breed of riders.”