It may come as a surprise to you that Yamaha, despite having the rather successful YZF-R3 as an entry level sportbike in the U.S. and other countries, would still find the need to roll out a seemingly redundant YZF-R25 for different markets. Well, as it would turn out, this bike has been developed in accordance to the various licensing restrictions found across different countries.
I for one, find it pretty cool that Yamaha has seen to it that all markets get a taste of their low to mid-displacement sportbike in one form or the other. That said, Yamaha has updated the YZF-R25 for 2021, and has launched the updated bike in Malaysia. The revised model gets a yamaha r25 2021 new color option, Cyan Metallic, which is adorned with contrasting fluorescent orange wheels.
This unique color combination gives it an incredibly sporty appeal, with an homage to the loud colorways of decades past. Apart from the new color scheme, the 2021 Yamaha YZF-R25 carries over most of the features found in the 2020 model. Let's break them down real quick. The YZF-R25, unlike the R3, features a 249cc parallel twin engine.
It does however feature similar tech in the form of dual overhead cams, fuel injection, and of course, the lawnmower-esque 180-degree firing order. Don't let this bike's lackluster exhaust note fool you to think it's boring, though.
It churns out a healthy 35.5 ponies, making it quite the ripper both on the street, and yamaha r25 2021 the track. Adding to the bikes impressive overall performance is an inverted front fork and a preload -adjustable rear mono-shock.
A 2-piston caliper mated to a 300mm disc handles braking duties up front, while a 220mm disc handles braking for the rear. Keeping things rubber side down, the YZF-R25 rolls with a set of 17-inch wheels with 110/70 front and 140/70 rear tires.
Now, depending on which part of the world you reside in, you're either going to be best served by the YZF-R25 or YZF-R3. Regardless, this platform makes for quite the potent sporty all-rounder given its decent power output, lightweight construction, and affordable price point. For reference, the outgoing YZF-R25 was priced at RM 19,464, which translates to $4,823 USD.
The Yamaha YZF-R3, which is available in the U.S., is priced at $5,299 USD. More From The Region: With the Yamaha YZF-R25 proving to be popular with the younger riders in Malaysia, Hong Leong Yamaha Motors upped the ante by releasing the 2020 Yamaha MT-25 naked sports last year, with a RM21,500 recommended retail price tag.
This particular yamaha r25 2021 of the domestic motorcycle market is very competitive in the price and performance area but we were sure, when handed the keys for the review unit, the MT-25 would acquit itself well.
Here’s the thing, the author has always, always, liked small Yamaha engines, in the quarter-litre class and below.
As we have mentioned in other reviews of Yamaha motorcycles and scooters, if there is one thing Yamaha does well, it is making small displacement engines that produce a lot of power, relatively speaking, and never fail to leave a grin on the rider’s face. In this, the MT-25, as well as its full-fairing sports bike sibling, the YZF-R25, have set something yamaha r25 2021 a benchmark for the Malaysian quarter-litre market.
Immensely popular amongst young riders across all races, the R25 is much favoured for its turn of power and acceptable handling for its class. For the MT-25, Yamaha Malaysia is perhaps hoping to repeat the success it had with the R25. That the local market was dominated across the first half last decade by the Kawasaki Z250 in both twin and single-cylinder forms, is neither here nor there. That was then, this is now, and the MT-25 is with us, adding another option for the Malaysian naked sports market.
But, can it follow in the footsteps of its sportier sibling, and is it, dare we say, more fun than the R25? Naked sports bikes, as is their nature, hide nothing from the rider. No engine hidden under a fairing, no plastic bubble to duck under when speeds reach anti-social levels.
The essence of motorcycling, as it were, from 40 years ago when the Universal Japanese Motorcycle (UJM) ruled Malaysian yamaha r25 2021. At the time, the weapon of choice was the two-stroke Yamaha RD250, in air-cooled and a little later, liquid-cooled forms, along with the infamous street races on Tuanku Abdul Rahman and the Kowloon corner, followed by supper at Benteng. Fast forward 40 years and standing before us is the MT-25, perhaps the spiritual successor to Yamaha’s sporty UJM quarter-litre road bike.
Styling wise, the MT-25 takes directly from the Yamaha “Darkness” design book, and a strong family resemblance can be seen all the way from the Yamaha MT-10, right down to the entry-level market MT-15.
The Japanese manga-like design might not be to everyone’s taste, but consultation with the young shaver in the house showed that the lads tearing city streets like it. There is a certain visual bulk to the MT-25, with the functional air scoops on either side of the tank delivering air to the airbag located within.
Our review model came in a nice matte grey shade Yamaha calls Ice Fluo – the other option is Yamaha Racing Blu – matched to scarlet wheels. Overall, a very pleasing effect and does give the MT-25 a minimalist, purposeful look which we quite liked. Mechanically the MT-25 takes the parallel-twin mill from the R25, so no surprises there. With 35.5 hp at 12,000 rpm and 23.6 Nm of torque at 10,000 rpm, the MT-25 is a peaky engine that likes revving, so please pay attention to regular oil changes for increased power plant longevity.
Getting into the saddle, the 780 mm seat height will be easy to manage for shorter riders, while taller riders will find their legs splayed a little due to the width of the fuel tank.
The rider seat is cut narrow in front so planting a foot flat on the ground will not be an issue for most with the pillion seat, a pad on the tailpiece, having a pronounced hump to mimic a race cowl.
Since everyone we offered a seat to for a pillion ride declined, we will assume comfort is not high on the MT-25’s priority list when it comes to passengers.
The split seat design places the rider in a deep pocket between the tank and the tail piece, which some riders may find limiting. We found the seat rather cramped for the author’s ample behind but the junior rider in the house who is built like Bruce Lee had precisely zero issues.
With the reach to the handlebars being of moderate length, tucking in on the tank will be something yamaha r25 2021 an exercise in origami if you’re much above 182 cm in height so check for fit before you buy.
While the physical size of the MT-25 is not small, it isn’t a “big” bike either, though it does have a visual presence. We have to say Yamaha got the proportions right with this one, definitely catering to the younger rider and in particular the Asian market where quarter-litre motorcycles are many riders’ first “real” bike.
Much like the RD250 (and the RD350) of decades ago, the MT-25 is an aspirational machine, something for the freshly licensed rider to aim for as their entry into the world of two-wheeled fun. So, ticking all the boxes for being a motorcycle that will hopefully draw a new crop of riders to the sport, what’s the MT-25 like to ride? Moving the MT-25 around, you will find it light, something you wouldn’t expect from the size of the tank.
At 169 kg wet the MT-25 is no class light weight, especially when compared to the claimed kerb weights of its rivals in the class, the KTM 250 Duke at 151 kg and the Husqvarna Svartpilen at 154 kg, with the 2015 Kawasaki Ninja 250SL tipping the scales at 151 kg. No matter, the proof of the pudding is in the eating, as they say, and we found the MT-25 to be tasty indeed. Much like its two-stroke ancestor, the MT-25’s engine room doesn’t wake up till about 8,000 rpm but it is missing that peaky two-stroker power band.
What you do get is this fair to middling amount of power, enough to get you around on city streets and various urban highways provided you’re in the right gear. Then you whack the throttle open and do that left foot tap dance to keep up with the acceleration. No, not quite eyeballs smashed into the back of your head stuff, only two-cylinders and 249 cc, after all. But the MT-25 is quick, and quick with it, the engine response being a touch better than the R25 undoubtedly helped by the lack of fairing with places the rider square in the middle of the wind blast.
Nowhere to hide, you have to ride it and ride it out till the MT-25 reaches its top speed of… about enough.
On the highway, you will have no issues keeping to the usual highway pace and there is enough left in the engine to perform overtakes, provided you drop down a gear or two. If anything, the MT-25, like riding a peaky two-stroke, will teach you the importance of keeping the kettle on the boil at all times, matching gear to engine speed being paramount.
No lugging the engine in a tall gear and letting the torque do the talking, because there is none. In terms of moving the rider’s soul, the MT-25 ticks all the right boxes, with upside-down suspension, non-adjustable, and a preload-adjustable monoshock at the back. Which is where we ran into the first of the MT-25’s shortcomings. Making motorcycles at this price point, in a very competitive market where margins are razor thin, means some corners have to be cut.
Much yamaha r25 2021 the previous generation MT-09, the MT-25 lags a bit in the suspension arena. Keep things under the highway speed limit and all is fine, the MT-25 corners reasonably well and tips in nicely when taking sharp corners.
Let road speed move up though and the MT-25 makes its discomfort felt, with the back end wallowing slightly and the front feeling like there is way too much rebound happening. The MT-25’s weight does help in this regard, somewhat, giving a planted feel when riding at high speed, near the top of the rev range. Changing direction quickly with the throttle pinned open needs yamaha r25 2021 be given a little forethought as the MT-25 will slice and dice through the lanes, and quicker than you think it will.
Another thing lacking in the MT-25’s arsenal is the brakes. Despite having two-channel ABS (which worked just fine, meaning invisibly that you didn’t notice it), the MT-25 needs a bit more stopping power, especially in front. Carving the canyons (pre-MCO 3.0 days) and grabbing a fistful of brake for corners repeatedly had the author wishing for… you know the brand name. Considering the MT-25 is designed for whippet weight jockeys weighing 50 kg or less, we decided our weight was giving the front brake too much of a workout.
Adding the rear brake into the mix improved things, somewhat, but we can tell you the MT-25 doesn’t like trail braking while heeled hard over. Get your braking over and done with while upright in a straight line, then tip it in and carry the corner speed. Which is what quarter-litre bikes are all about, after all. Pin the throttle, brake like mad, drop two gears and corner like your life depended on it.
Which it does, because there is more fun riding a small bike fast, than a big bike slow. Engine vibration was another issue, something we didn’t really notice on the R25 but made its presence known here. Enough vibration was felt through the handlebars and foot pegs to make us think of what might likely happen yamaha r25 2021 really long distance journeys but this will have to be a story for another time, when cross border travel is allowed.
Speaking of travel, the 14-litre fuel tank allowed for us to go about 300-ish kilometres between fill ups, although we neglected to record detailed full consumption numbers. Let’s put it this way, you can ride for two hours before needing to stop for a break and fill the tank, which gets you to Ipoh in time for breakfast before continuing your journey.
So, who needs a Yamaha MT-25, which we dare say is a lot of fun, much like almost every other naked sports bike we ridden over the past five years? For the young rider, the MT-25 is an obvious choice and will teach the uninitiated things about corner speed and late braking.
More experienced young riders will appreciate the MT-25 for what it is, a well sorted small displacement bike suitable for multiple duties and around town use. For the author, who cut his teeth racing RD250s when most of you were not yamaha r25 2021 born, the MT-25 is indeed a worthy successor to the much vaunted RD250, and handles better to boot.
Coming with diverse and extensive experience in heavy engineering, Mohan enjoys making anything with wheels go fast, especially motorcycles.
His weapon of choice is the Desmoquattro engine, and he has a penchant for anything with a dash of Italian design. Strangely enough, he insists he's a slow rider. Joew on Jun 04, 2021 at 4:51 pm Reading your review is always fun and interesting~ The part where “who cut his teeth racing RD250s when most of you were not yet born” made me laugh while reading in office.
Most of your readers might be young (maybe from the statistic) but you don’t seems to be that old too. Young at heart, Mohan. Abdullah Alhabshi on Jun 05, 2021 at 5:05 pm I just dont understand why Malaysia market would not get the XSR models (900,700,155).
Why we always get these robotic mosquito looking bikes which already been populated the market ever since. Our neighbours are always ahead of us. Talking about marketing strategy and sales, I get it.
But come on, are you still living in a cave HLYM? People would love to get their hands on those XSR models.
Yamaha R25 2021: Giá xe R25 bao nhiêu & Thông số kỹ thuật mẫu PKL nhà YZF-R25 2020 đánh thức hương vị xe thể thao và sự khao khát với sản phẩm này của các tay lái, Yamaha R25 2020 giá bao nhiêu? Đại diện của hãng xe Yamaha Malaysia đã bất ngờ cho ra mắt mẫu sportbike R25 2020.
giá xe Yamaha YZF-R25 có giá bán lẻ đề xuất ở đây chỉ 19.998 RM (111,57 triệu VNĐ), mức giá này đã bao gồm thuế đường, phí bảo hiểm và đăng ký.
Màu xe: Các màu mới cho xe gồm có hai tùy chọn, đó là màu bạc và màu yamaha r25 2021. mẫu xe được định vị nằm giữa R15 và R3. Đánh giá xe Yamaha R25 Sau nhiều hình ảnh spyshot do các tay săn ảnh tại Indonesia ghi lại, Yamaha R25 2020 chính thức ra mắt Nhận được sửa đổi hoàn toàn mới, R25 được đánh giá gần giống với R1 và R6, mà Yamaha tuyên bố tăng tốc độ tối đa của R25 thêm 8 km / h.
Ngoài những thay đổi ở hệ thống giảm xóc trước và sau, chiều cao yên xe trên R25 2019 còn được yamaha r25 2021 thấp 22mm so với phiên bản 2018. Thiết kế Yamaha R25 2019 Ở thế hệ mới này, Yamaha R25 2019 được thương hiệu xe Nhật Bản nâng cấp khá nhiều về mặt thiết kế lẫn trang bị.
Về ngoại hình, Yamaha R25 2020 có thay đổi rõ rệt ở phần đầu xe, theo đó Yamaha R25 thế hệ mới có thiết kế lấy cảm hứng từ đàn anh Yamaha R6. Đèn pha của xe có thiết kế mới, được ngăn cách bởi hốc gió lớn Nhìn chung đầu xe vẫn giữ được vẻ hầm hố vốn có từ thế hệ đầu tiên. Trong khi đó đuôi xe dường như không thay đổi nhiều, vẫn giữ thiết kế cũ.
Thân xe Với thân xe mới có các đường nét kế thừa từ siêu xe Yamaha YZF-R1, R25 còn được cho là có tốc độ tối đa nhanh hơn 8 km/h so với phiên bản trước. Các bộ phận cơ khí xe vẫn kế thừa từ thế hệ cũ, Trọng lượng khô của R25 được liệt kê ở mức 166 kg, bình nhiên liệu 14 lít và chiều cao yên là 780 mm. Mặc dù yamaha r25 2021 trường Indonesia có cả hai phiên bản ABS và không có ABS của R25, nhưng không có thông tin nào về phiên bản nào hoặc cả hai, sẽ được đưa vào thị trường Malaysia.
Ngoài bộ tem yamaha r25 2021 nhận biết bên ngoài, R25 còn có đặc điểm riêng biệt khác đó là đèn pha to hơn so với R15. Bình xăng YZF-R25 2020 có dung tích 14 lít, đáng tiếc, dù trang bị phanh đĩa cho cả hai bánh nhưng ở Malaysia, Yamaha YZF-R25 không được trang bị hệ thống chống bó cứng phanh (ABS). YZF-R25 2020 khá vừa vặn với vóc dáng người châu Á khi có chiều cao yên là 758 mm, trong khi ở phiên bản cũ, xe có chiều cao 780 mm.
Đánh giá xe Yamaha R25 về động cơ Không có thay đổi đáng kể nào ở động cơ, trái tim của R25 2019 vẫn là động cơ DOHC 2 xy-lanh 249 phân khối làm mát bằng chất lỏng. Động cơ Yamaha R25 làm mát bằng chất lỏng, sản sinh 35,5 mã lực tại 12.000 vòng / phút và mô-men xoắn 22,6 Nm tại 10.000 vòng / phút, hộp số 6 cấp Đáng chú ý, động cơ trên Yamaha YZF-R25 2019 không được trang bị van biến thiên. Trang bị Yamaha R25 2020 Về mặt trang bị, dễ nhận ra nhất ở Yamaha R25 2020 chính là cặp phuộc trước hành trình ngược với vỏ phuộc màu vàng nổi bật.
Đồng hồ của R25 thế hệ mới là loại kỹ thuật số hoàn toàn, thay thế cho đồng hồ analog kết hợp với LCD ở thế hệ đầu tiên. Hệ thống treo trên R25 2020 đã được nâng cấp, bây giờ đi kèm với phuộc trước hành trình ngược và monoshock điều chỉnh trước tải ở phía sau nổi bật với sắc vàng bắt mắt và phía sau là giảm xóc đơn mang lại hiệu năng thể thao. Đèn pha LED trên Yamaha R25 được sử dụng cho đèn pha bắt chước các đơn vị trên R1 và bên trong buồng lái là bảng điều khiển LCD được cập nhật với đèn báo thời gian thay đổi có thể điều chỉnh.
Hệ thống chiếu sáng LED được sử dụng cho cả phía trước và sau Yamaha R25 2020phía sau kính chắn gió là cụm đồng hồ kỹ thuật số LCD hiển thị tất cả các thông tin cần thiết và có đèn chuyển số. Hệ thống phanh xe gồm phanh đĩa đơn phía trước với 2 điểm nén pít-tông và phanh đĩa đơn phía sau với một điểm nén pít-tông. Thông số kỹ thuật của Yamaha R25 • Động cơ xy-lanh đôi thẳng hàng, dung tích 249 phân khối, làm mát bằng chất lỏng, hộp số 6 cấp • công suất 35,5 mã lực tại 12.000 vòng/phút • mô-men xoắn cực đại 22,6 Nm từ 10.000 vòng/phút • Phuộc trước hành trình ngược • Phuộc sau Monoshock • Đĩa trước đơn (ABS) • Đĩa sau đơn • Trọng lượng xe 166kg • Bình nhiên liệu 14L Đánh giá xe Yamaha Grande 2021 Giá bán, Thông số kỹ thuật, khuyến mãi, chi tiết hình ảnh Grande Hybrid giá bao nhiêu tại đại lý Giới thiệu; Xe ga… Tiếp tục đọc → Xem chi tiết: Giá xe Grande 2021, Thông số kỹ thuật Được gắn thẻ 2019, 2020, 2021, Đánh giá xe, GIÁ XE Yamaha R25, thông số kỹ thuật, Yamaha R25 GIÁ BAO NHIÊU, YZF-R25 2021 TIPE MESIN Liquid cooled 4-stroke, DOHC SISTEM BAHAN BAKAR Fuel Injection TIPE KOPLING Basah, Kopling manualMultiplat TIPE TRANSMISI Constant mesh 6-kecepatan JUMLAH / POSISI SILINDER Inline 2-cylinder Yamaha r25 2021 X LANGKAH 60,0 x 44,1 mm PERBANDINGAN KOMPRESI 11,6 : 1 DAYA Yamaha r25 2021 26,5kW/12000rpm TORSI MAKSIMUM 23.6Nm/10000rpm SISTEM STARTER Elektrik starter SISTEM PELUMASAN Basah KAPASITAS OLI MESIN Total = 2,40 L ; Berkala = 1,80 L ; Ganti filter oli = 2,10 L
Yamaha YZF-R25 (2021) is the 250cc sportbike from Yamaha that you can get for under RM20,000.
It comes with a Liquid Cooled, 4-stroke DOHC, 250 CC engine with 6 Speed transmission. It produces 35.5 Yamaha r25 2021 power at 12,000 RPM and 22.6 Nm maximum torque at 10000 RPM. The bike is available in Cyan and Blue colors with a recommended yamaha r25 2021 price of RM 19,998excluded insurance and road tax. The Yamaha YZF-R25 (2021) is also equipped with an LCD meter panel, LED headlight and taillight, and aggressive face and fairing inspired by the iconic YZF-R1.
• Best Naked Bike • Bike Under RM25,000 • Yamaha Malaysia • Motorcycle Malaysia • 250 CC Bike Malaysia Yamaha YZF-R25 (2021) Price In Malaysia Price Monthly Yamaha YZF-R25 (2017) Type Sport Bike Colour Available • ████ – Cyan • ████ – Blue Dimension • Width: 755 mm • Height: 1,135 mm • Length: 2090 mm Wheelbase – Weight 166 kg Seat Height 780 mm Ground Clearance 160 mm Meter Display LCD Meter Panel Lighting • LED Headlamp • LED Taillight • LED Signal Indicators Others – Performance Engine 4 Stroke, DOHC Displacement 249 CC No Of Cylinders 2 Cylinder Compression Ratio 11.6 : 1 Bore x Stroke 60.0 X 44.1 yamaha r25 2021 Max Power 26.5 kW (35.5 Hp) / 12000 RPM Max Torque 22.6 Nm / 10000 RPM Top Speed – Transmission 6 Speed Clutch Wet Multiple Disc Ignition System TCI Starting System Electric Starter Cooling System Liquid Cooled Fuel System Fuel Injection Fuel Capacity 14.3 Liters Fuel Consumption – Engine Oil Capacity 2.4 Liters Battery – Others – Chassis Type Diamond Front Suspension Telescopic Forks Rear Suspension Monocross Front Brake Single Disc Rear Brake Single Disc Front Tire 110/70-17 Rear Tire 140/70-17 Rims Type – Rims Size – Exhaust System – Others – Disclaimer : Information provided are for reference only.
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Picture credits - Yamaha. Submit more pictures. 2021 Yamaha YZF-R25 Discuss this bike Rate this motorbike This bike's rating Write a review Sell this motorcycle Such bikes for sale Insurance quotes Finance options Tip a friend List related bikes Engine and transmission Displacement 250.0 ccm (15.26 cubic inches) Engine type Twin, four-stroke Power 35.5 HP (25.9 kW)) @ 12000 RPM Torque 23.6 Nm (2.4 kgf-m or 17.4 ft.lbs) @ 10000 RPM Compression 11.6:1 Bore x stroke 60.0 x 44.1 mm (2.4 x 1.7 inches) Valves per cylinder 4 Fuel system Injection.
EFI Fuel control Double Overhead Cams/Twin Cam (DOHC) Ignition TCI Lubrication system Wet sump Cooling system Liquid Gearbox 6-speed Transmission type Chain (final drive) Clutch Wet, multiple-disc coil spring Chassis, suspension, brakes and wheels Frame type Diamond Rake (fork angle) 25.0° Trail yamaha r25 2021 mm (3.7 inches) Front suspension Telescopic forks Front wheel travel 130 mm (5.1 inches) Rear suspension Swingarm Rear wheel travel 114 mm (4.5 inches) Front tire 110/70-17 Rear tire 140/70-17 Front brakes Single disc.
Hydraulic disc, Dual Piston Floating Diameter 298 mm (11.7 inches) Rear brakes Single disc. Hydraulic disc, Single Piston Diameter 220 mm (8.7 inches) Physical measures and capacities Weight incl.
oil, gas, etc 167.0 kg (368.2 pounds) Seat height 780 mm (30.7 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting. Overall height 1135 mm (44.7 inches) Overall length 2090 mm (82.3 yamaha r25 2021 Overall width 720 mm (28.3 inches) Ground clearance 160 mm (6.3 inches) Wheelbase 1380 mm (54.3 inches) Fuel capacity 14.00 litres (3.70 US gallons) Oil capacity 2.40 litres (2.54 US quarts) Further information Insurance costs Compare US insurance quotes from the nation's top providers.
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