The motorcycle is powered by 249cc single-cylinder, SOHC, 4-stroke, air-cooled, fuel-injected engine. It generates a torque of 20Nm and a powerful output of 20.8 PS. These specs qualify it as a sports tourer bike. The bike should fit nicely for all touring needs. To ensure the bike can give satisfactory performance the makers have integrated hemispherical combustion chamber, thin piston rings, plated cylinder, and lightweight aluminum piston. The bike has been specially designed and tuned keeping in mind Indian highways.
The Yamaha Fazer 25 is essentially designed to deliver a comfortable riding experience. To that end, the company has given it a wider split seats and the cover material is slip-resistant. The material also provides considerable cushion-like feel so that both the tandem passenger and rider can experience effortless long rides.
The bike weighs 150 kg and feels light on the road. All in all, it’s a comfortable sports tourer bike. The all-new LED lights combined with aerodynamic cowls and a wind protector adds to the charisma of the motorcycle.
The fuel tank capacity of the bike sits at 14 liters. But, for long rides, the fuel capacity can be increased with a 5-liter Jerry Can by LLUVIA Industries. Riders can expect a fuel efficiency of 43 kmpl.
The Yamaha Fazer 25 is a fine alternative to most bikes in the 250cc segment. Given the bike’s features, it looks like the vehicle might be a good replacement of Karizma which is now discontinued.