Yamaha Fazer 250 rendering based on the new FZ25

Yamaha Fazer 250 rendering based on the new FZ25

Based on the new FZ25, Yamaha India will be launching Fazer 250. Here is a digital rendering.


Yamaha India launched their most powerful made-in-India motorcycle last month in the form of new FZ25. This new motorcycle is powered by a 250 cc single cylinder SOHC FI engine that generates 20.9 PS power at 8,000 rpm and 20 Nm torque at 6,000 rpm.

When asked whether this engine will be used to power any more models from Yamaha, the company stated that the next logical step is to launch a Fazer 250. Yes. Yamaha India has confirmed that the Fazer 250 is on its way. Sadly, they did not reveal launch timeline. Based on this info, a new rendering of the Fazer 250 has been digitally created.

The render of Fazer 250 created by Shoeb Kalania, continues with the same front semi-fairing design. Tank designed is new, same as that of FZ25 while seats too are of FZ25. To give it a more of a touring stance, the render comes with accessories like luggage kit and more convenient pillion grab rails.

Yamaha FZ250 – Specs

Section Items Details
Dimension & Weight Overall length 2015mm
Overall width 770mm
Overall height 1075mm
Seat height 795mm
Wheelbase 1360mm
Minimum ground clearance 160mm
Wet(with oil and a full fuel tank) 148kg
Performance Minimum turning radius 2.5m
Engine Performance Engine type Air cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC, 2-valve
Cylinder arrangement Single cylinder
Displacement 249cm3
Bore & stroke 74.0×58.0mm
Compression ratio 9.8:1
Maximum horse power 15.4kW(20.9PS)/8000r/min
Maximum torque 20.0N?m(2.0kgf?m)/6000r/min
Starting system type Electric starter
Lubrication system Wet sump
Engine oil capacity 1.55L/1.63usqt/1.36Imp.qt
Fuel Fuel tank capacity 14L/3.7usgal/3.1Imp.gal
Carburetor Type/Fuel supply Fuel injection
Electrical Ignition system type TCI (transistor controlled ignition)
Spark plug model DR8EA
Battery voltage/capacity 12V,6.0Ah(10HR)
Battery Type ETZ-7
Transmission Final drive Chain
Primary reduction ratio 3.083 (74/24)
Secondary reduction ratio 3.067 (46/15)
Clutch type Wet, multiple-disc
Gear ratio Transmission type Constant mesh, 5-speed
Shift type Return
Gear ratio-1st gear 2.571 (36/14)
Gear ratio-2nd gear 1.684 (32/19)
Gear ratio-3rd gear 1.273 (28/22)
Gear ratio-4th gear 1.040 (26/25)
Gear ratio-5th gear 0.852 (23/27)
Chassis Frame type Diamond
Caster angle 24°30?
Trail 98mm
Steering Angle Left:37°, Right:37°
Tire size(Front) 100/80-17M/C 52P Tubeless
Tire size(Rear) 140/70-17M/C 66S Tubeless
Rim size(Front) 17M/C × MT2.50
Rim size(Rear) 17M/C × MT4.00
Brake Brake type(Front) Hydraulic single disc brake
Brake type(Rear) Hydraulic single disc brake
Diameter of brake disk(Front) 282mm
Diameter of brake disk(Rear) 220mm
Inside diameter of drum / Effective radius of disc(Front) 257mm
Inside diameter of drum / Effective radius of disc(Rear) 191mm
Suspension Suspension type(Front) Telescopic fork
Suspension type(Rear) Swingarm
Shock absorber Shock absorber assembly type(Front) Coil spring/Hydraulic damper
Shock absorber assembly type(Rear) Coil spring/Hydraulic damper
Wheel travel(Front) 130mm
Wheel travel(Rear) 120mm
Inner tube diameter of front fork 41.0mm
Bulbs(voltage/wattagex quantity) Headlight bulb type LED
Headlight LED
Auxiliary light 12V,5W×1
Brake/tail light LED
Turn signal light(Front) 12V,10W×2
Turn signal light(Rear) 12V,10W×2
Meter Speedometer Digital
Tachometer Digital
Odometer Liquid crystal
Trip meter Liquid crystal
Fuel gauge Digital
Clock Digital
Fuel consumption indicator Equipped

Speaking about the existing Fazer series, India Yamaha Motor discontinued carbureted versions of Fazer and the FZ-S from their line-up last year. The reason both have been discontinued is to make way for newer and more updated products. Yamaha India had played a similar move by discontinuing SZ-S, YBR 125, YBR 110, SZ-RR, and SS 125.

Yamaha Fazer Old

Both Yamaha Fazer and its semi-faired version, FZ-S were powered by the same 153 cc engine. This carbureted engine was capable of generating 14 PS power and 13.6 Nm of torque via a five-speed gearbox. The price of these bikes ranged from INR 75-80,000, ex-showroom.

Another reason for the discontinuation of these bikes was declining sales. Ever since Yamaha India launched the FI versions of both Fazer and FZ-S, sales of the carbureted versions started to decline. This was because FI versions were not only more efficient they also had a much more responsive system thanks to Yamaha’s new Blue Core technology.


Surprisingly, the old Yamaha FZ with carbureted engine is still on sale. The reason being it is the most affordable in the FZ series and continues to bring in a reasonable number of sales each month.

This means Yamaha Saluto and Yamaha FZ are the only motorcycles in company line-up which are not available with FI. Yamaha India domestic motorcycle line-up includes – R3, R15 V2, R15 S, Fazer FI, FZ-S FI, FZ-FI, FZ, FZ25, SZ-RR V2, and Saluto.

Yamaha FZ250 – Exhaust Note

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