Yamaha began selling the MT25 motorcycle in Asia a few years ago. In the Nepali market, the company has introduced MT-25, which is equivalent to the BS6 standard. The motorcycle is expected to be available in Nepal within the next few months.
The 2021 Yamaha MT-25 features a muscular fuel tank with aggressively styled shrouds, stepped-up seats, an upswept exhaust, and a low-slung full-LED headlight with Yamaha’s Dark Side of Japan styling.
The MT25 is powered by a Liquid Cooled 249cc parallel-twin engine that produces 34.5 horsepower at 12000 rpm and 22.6 Nm peak torque at 10000 rpm.
The transmission duties are handled by a 6-speed gearbox mated to the mill.
The MT-25 has a 780 mm seat height. The front tire is 110/70 R17, while the rear tire is 140/70 R17.
Complete LED headlamp, LED daytime running light, and optical instrument cluster are all standard on the Yamaha MT25. Important motorcycle details such as speed, gear position, rpm, and fuel level can be tested in this cluster.
Yamaha’s latest quarter-litre Naked motorcycle features disc brakes on both the front and rear wheels, as well as upside down front suspension and mono-shock rear suspension. It has dual-channel anti-lock brakes to prevent skidding on the road while braking.
Matte Grey, Metallic Black, and Metallic Blue are the paint choices.
Yamaha’s MT15 and MT09 motorcycles are currently sold and distributed in Nepal. The Yamaha MT25 is expected to be released in Nepal much sooner than it will be in India.
Specifications – Yamaha MT25
|Fuel system||Fuel Injection|
|Machine type||4 stroke liquid cooled, DOHC|
|Number / position of cylinders||2 cylinders / upright|
|Diameter x Step||60.0 x 44.1 mm|
|Compression comparison||11.6: 1|
|Maximum power||26.5 kW / 12,000 rpm|
|Maximum torque||23.6 Nm / 10,000 rpm|
|Starter system||electric starter|