BREAKING: 2021 Yamaha FZ25 MotoGP Edition Launched
The MotoGP Edition costs Rs 2,000 more than the standard iteration
- The MotoGP Edition gets an exclusive livery with blue and black dual-tone colour scheme.
- No mechanical changes.
- Bookings are open and the bike will be available from the end of this month.
Yamaha has launched the 2021 Yamaha FZ25 MotoGP Edition in the country at Rs 1,36,800 (ex-showroom Delhi), Rs 2,000 more than the standard version. The MotoGP Edition (called Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP Edition by Yamaha) is available in limited numbers and is currently exclusive to the FZ25, and not the FZ-S 25. But Yamaha says it will introduce the MotoGP Edition in other models soon.
For the nominal premium, you get an exclusive Monster Energy livery with Eneos and Yamalube stickers on the bodywork, along with a blue-black dual-tone colour scheme. Interestingly, the livery looks pretty much similar to the MotoGP Edition launched back in 2019 at Rs 1.36 lakh (ex-Delhi).
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The changes are merely cosmetic, so the bike continues with the same powerplant, underpinnings, and features as the standard variant. To recap, the Yamaha FZ25’s 249cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine with an oil cooler churns out 20.8PS and 20.1Nm. It employs a telescopic front fork, rear monoshock, 282mm front and 220mm rear discs with dual-channel ABS as standard.
Bookings are open online for a token amount of Rs 2,000, and the bike will be available from the end of this month. Yamaha recently slashed the prices of the FZ25 range massively. This, coupled with the just-(re)introduced MotoGP variant, should boost the sales of the quarter-litre bike and help the brand reinforce its position in the 250cc segment. That said, the prices of the Yamaha R15 and the MT15 were hiked this month. Check out the latest price list here. In related news, KTM too has reduced the prices of its quarter-litre ADV, the KTM 250 Adventure, however, there’s a catch.