The YZF-R25 is a more powerful and higher-spec version of the R15 that is sold in India. The R25 may never see the light of day in India, according to Yamaha Motor.
For the Indonesian market, Yamaha has released an updated YZF-R25 motorcycle. Following Indonesia, the bike will soon be available in other Asian markets. In Indonesia, it is priced at IDR 68,675,000 (approximately $3.59 lakh).
New paint schemes have been introduced for the motorcycle, including a stealthy-looking Metallic Black. Aside from that, the company has tweaked the Racing Blue option, which now includes matte black on the side fairing and blue wheels to finish the look.
It’s still powered by the same engine and has the same mechanicals as before. It comes with a 250cc liquid-cooled parallel-twin engine that produces 36 bhp and 22.6Nm of peak torque. The engine is still paired with a six-speed constant mesh transmission.
The Yamaha YZF-R25 has twin-pod LED headlights, rear-view mirrors mounted on the fairing, a digital instrument cluster, a muscular fuel tank, clip-on handlebars, split-style seats, and an LED taillight, among other features.
The suspension kit includes the same upside-down front forks and a rear mono-shock unit, with single discs on both wheels handling braking duties.
The bike will not be introduced in India anytime soon, according to the company. Yamaha is also working on a bizarre-looking leaning four-wheeled vehicle. Spy images from the past show the Japanese motorcycle manufacturer using a completely different mode of transportation.