2021 Yamaha MT-25 Launched In Indonesia With Notable Updates

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2021 Yamaha MT-25 draws power from a 250 cc parallel-twin DOHC, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected motor that produces 35.5 PS power and 23.6 Nm torque

Yamaha has launched the 2021 MT-25 in Indonesia at a base price of RP 55,460,000, which converts to about Rs 2.88 lakh in Indian currency. The quarter-litre naked streetfighter gets updated bodywork that makes it look aggressive, including MT graphics, a new tank cover, and air scoops on both sides to direct hot air downwards.

The equipment on offer with the 2021 MT-25 includes all-LED lighting as well as a digital instrument cluster that now gets shift light along with larger fonts. The 2021 MT-25 is being offered in Indonesia in three paint schemes, namely matte grey, metallic black and metallic blue. The bike looks similar to the Yamaha MT-03 sold in the European market.

Powering the motorcycle is a 250 cc parallel-twin DOHC, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected engine that belts out 35.5 PS at 12,000 rpm of maximum power, along with 23.6 Nm of peak torque that is delivered at 10,000 rpm.

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Built on a tubular diamond frame, the suspension setup on the MT-25 consists of 37 mm upside-down forks at the front sourced from KYB, coupled with a preload-adjustable monoshock at the rear. The braking duties are taken care of by disc brakes on both ends, along with a dual-channel ABS which is standard.

As of now, we do not expect Yamaha to bring the MT-25 to the Indian market. However, the Japanese two-wheeler manufacturer has long been anticipated to launch the MT-03 in the country to compete against the likes of KTM Duke 390, as well as the upcoming Husqvarna Svartpilen and Vitpilen 401. However, Yamaha is yet to officially confirm this news.

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That being said, the current Yamaha line-up consists of a range of scooters and motorcycles, including the RayZR 125, Fascino 125, FZ-FI, FZS-FI, MT-15, YZF R15 V 3.0, FZ 25, FZS 25, MT-09 and the flagship YZF R1. The Fascino is the entry point to Yamaha’s portfolio, with a starting price of Rs 72,030, which goes all the way up to Rs 20.39 lakh (both prices, ex-showroom, New Delhi) for the YZF R1 fully-faired sports bike.