Latest Indian Bike Yamaha R25 Doing at Local Dealership Twirling Point
Is it really a Yamaha R25? If yes, then what exactly it is doing up here in an Indian dealership? I'm not being sarcastic, but as per the sources proclamation about the Japanese two-wheeler maker, the firm is readying the 300cc displaced sports motorcycle for the Indian launch. And, between all these rumors and facts running all over the internet, here comes the quarter-liter engined sports motorcycle in India. Yeah!! its the Yamaha R25. Just a few days back, we've caught the Yamaha R3 testing over the Indian tarmac carrying a number plate of Uttar Pradesh. And, now the Yamaha R25 has been spotted in an Indian dealership.
As per the sources, we are having Yamaha R3 on charts for the September, 2015 launch in the Indian two-wheeler market. Two units of Yamaha R3 have already been imported in the month of January, 2015. Talking about the spotted quarter-liter motorcycle, it is featuring MRF rubber tyres and finished in a Diablo Red paint scheme. The spotted motorcycle was found in a disassembled situation. As, in the spied images it is found without the sporty fairing and bodywork. The only thing clarifying its existence is the R25 badge over the headlight cowl.
Mechanically, the Yamaha R25 is powered by a twin-cylinder motor-configuration carrying an engine displacement of 249cc. The liquid-cooled engine is tuned to fetch out a total power of 35 BHP and 22.6 Nm of peak torque; while mated to 6-speed gearbox. Designed around a Diamond Combination frame, it is further combined with a Telescopic front fork and a mono-shock at the rear. The stopping power comes from disc brakes at both front and rear ends. The firm occupies a Yamaha's DiASil (Die casting Aluminum-Silicon) cylinders, which provides better heat dissipation and light weight; and Electronic Fuel-Injection.
Eventually, we just need to wait for further proclamation coming in our way from the manufacturer, whether we will be getting the Yamaha R25 or Yamaha R3? Stay tuned with SAGMart to know more about the upcoming sports motorcycle coming from the Japanese two-wheeler maker.