Yamaha YZF R25 sharp and beautiful design. The iconic sharp tail light design and the boomerang inspired side fairing says all for the design. The front of the bike is what makes it unique, with its differently designed headlights and a perfectly placed visor. The headlights may sound controversial as uniqueness is not always the best solution for popularity. The exhaust is one of the coolest parts of the motorcycle, short in length and perfectly shaped. Yamaha YZF R25 have analog-digital one with a hexagonal tachometer, which is full analogue and houses a small group of indicators to its left, including the neutral light. To its right, we get the digital screen, resembling the one being used on the R15. It also comes with buttons for toggling the display information and resetting the trip meters.
The Yamaha YZF R25 gets a 321 cc, 2-cylinder, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, DOHC, 4-valves engine with fuel injection. The motor is a truly refined example for the motor sport world and returns 41.4 BHP @ 10750 rpm with 29.6 NM @ 9000 rpm. The power values are excellent when compared to the others in the segment and the performance of Yamaha R-series bikes has always been non arguable. The gearbox on the machine is a 6-speed, constant mesh. Yamaha YZF R25 is more quick and responsive to the throttle. It gets a 0-60 kmph sprint in 2.9 seconds.
Yamaha YZF R25 have the best for its braking quality and suspension properties. The R25 gets a 298 mm, hydraulic disc brake for the front whereas the rear gets a hydraulic 220 mm disc brake. With precision making and high quality materials being use, the R25 gets a good brake response even when on high speeds. The front suspension of the R25 is the telescopic forks and the rear is a monoshock unit. The tuning has been done for ensuring the best possible ride quality and sharp handling at corners high speed sprints.
Yamaha YZF R25 is avaliable in two shades namely Racing Blue and Lightning Black. The Race Blue is the iconic Yamaha shade and comes with the GP Blue designing. This YZF R25 bike competes Kawasaki Ninja Z250, KTM RC390, Benelli TNT300, Honda CBR250 and Hyosung GT250R.