Yamaha Fazer 250: Indian Version and Brazil Version

With various sightings and spy pictures, the Fazer 250 is right now one of Yamaha's most expected bikes in the nation. The bike is a visiting well disposed variation in light of its exposed cousin, the FZ25 and turns out this merry season.

The Fazer 250 nameplate is in benefit in the Brazilian market since 2010. Be that as it may, the characters of the bikes are immeasurably unique. While the Indian-spec has a more intricate, in-your-confront outline, the Brazilian spec bike is minimalistically styled, with the plan dialect that is reminiscent of the Yamaha SZ run in the Indian market.

Yamaha Fazer 250 IndiaYamaha Fazer 250 Brazil

The fuel tank holds 18.5 liters of juice and the artificial side admissions add visual mass to the looks. The bike utilizes customary headlamps rather than the LED units for the Indian market. The motor is settled inside a twofold support outline while the India-bound Fazer gets the more up to date precious stone edge as found in the FZ25.

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Talking about the motor, the Brazilian-spec bike is fueled by a 249.45 cc unit that is both gas and ethanol good. It produces 20.7 bhp at 8,000 rpm and 20.5 Nm of torque at 6,500 rpm. The Fazer for the Indian market will be controlled by FZ25's 249 cc petroleum motor which makes 20.9 bhp of energy at 8,000 rpm and 20 Nm of torque at 6,000 rpm.

While both the bikes guarantee sound execution, the Indian Fazer 250 will speak to fans with its plan and components though the Brazilian Fazer 250 is a lively suburbanite.

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