Yamaha FZ 250 Street Fighter to be launch in January, 2017

Its a well known fact that Yamaha Motor India is taking a shot at an all-new section level quarter-liter bike. Liable to be named Yamaha FZ 250, this bike will be situated underneath the Yamaha R3. It is normal that the new 250cc bike could be propelled on January 24, 2017. The Japanese automaker has welcomed us on a public interview to be hung on 24th of January 2017. The welcome shows at the divulging of another item in India, which we believe is Yamaha's new 250cc cruiser.

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As of late, a model of the new Yamaha bike was snapped trying in the nation. The spotted model was stuffed with an air and oil cooled single-chamber motor. This shows the bike could be fueled by a 250cc engine. The plan of the new Yamaha bike looks very not quite the same as the MT-03 or MT-15. This 250cc bike imparts its stage to the Fazer 250, which is right now at a bargain in the Brazilian market. This bike is required to be produced in India with contributions from the Japanese R&D group. Yamaha India could likewise send out this bike to other developing countries.

Yamaha FZ 250 Launch Date

The pre-production model of the bike has as of now been spotted on Indian streets. It is relied upon to be propelled on January 24, 2017; in any case, correct points of interest are yet to come. We will upgrade you when Yamaha declares its launch date.

Also Read: Yamaha R15 V3

Yamaha FZ 250 Price In India

Yamaha's new quarter-liter cruiser will be situated above Yamaha R15, and created locally in India. We anticipate that this bike will be estimated inside the scope of Rs 1.5 lakh to Rs 1.7 lakh.

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Yamaha FZ 250 Engine Specifications

Control for this bare streetfighter is probably going to originate from the same 249cc oil-cooled, single-chamber, fuel-infused motor that does obligation in the Brazilian-spec Fazer 250. Be that as it may, Yamaha may re-tuned this engine for creating additional power and torque yields. On the Fazer, this 249cc motor conveys a most extreme force of 20.4bhp at 8,000rpm and 20.4Nm of torque at 6,500rpm. Power is transmitted to the back wheels by means of a 5-speed gearbox. However, the India-spec model may accompany a 6-speed unit. This powertrain will meet the BSIV emanation standards.

Source: Autoblog

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