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Yamaha aims to make the FZ25 and FZS25 more accessible to the customers with this price drop

Yamaha Motor India has slashed the prices of its two motorcycles - FZ25 and FZS25. After a price drop of Rs 18,800, the FZ25 is now available at Rs 1,34,800 (ex-showroom). Earlier, it was retailed at Rs 1,53,600 (ex-showroom). Talking about the FZS25, it is being offered at Rs 1,39,300 (ex-showroom). It is about Rs 19,300 cheaper than before. Previously, it was priced at Rs 1,58,600(ex-showroom). 

As per Yamaha, there has been an increase in the input cost in the past which has further led to an increase in the ex-showroom prices of the models especially the FZ series. Thus now the brand has tried to reduce the input cost for the benefit of its customers. By doing this, it would further help to see a surge in sales for these two motorcycles.


 

Despite the reduction in prices, both the quarter-litre motorcycles remain the same as before in terms of styling, standard features, and specifications. Both bikes feature all-LED lighting, disc brakes on both ends, 17-inch wheels, and dual-channel ABS. Mechanically, Yamaha FZ25 and FZS25 bikes draw their power from a 249 cc single-cylinder engine mated to a 5-speed gearbox. The motor further churns out a maximum power of 20.5 bhp at 8000rpm and a peak torque of 20.1 Nm at 6000rpm. 

Besides these, Yamaha India is currently working on the new FZ-X. The bike is already in the testing phase. The Japanese two-wheeler giant has also registered a ‘Tracer’ sub-brand in India. This further confirms that it might bring its models - Tracer 700 and Tra


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