Yamaha MT-25

Yamaha MT-25


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Ex-Showroom Price

₹ 2,50,000
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Our take on this /// Verdict

The MT-25 comes with a sleek and aggressive design making it one of the most appealing 250cc streetfighter bikes. Its powerful twin-cylinder engine offers great performance as well as decent mileage output. The high revving engine of Yamaha MT-25 is refined and it offers crisp power delivery across the rev band. It is very lightweight and it also handles really well.



The Price of Yamaha MT-25 is Rs ? 2,50,000 (ex-showroom) in India. Available in different colour options Black Strike, Silver Blue, Red Rage.


Latest Updates
Tuesday, 29 August 2023 09:39 AM

Yamaha has updated the MT-25 for 2022 and launched the motorcycle in Indonesia. And for the new model year, the motorcycle gets two new colour options. There is the Metallic Blue- Yamaha’s signature colour with lighter blue on the tank panels and tail section. This options comes with body-color matched wheels. Yamaha is also offering a Metallic Dark Grey paint option that looks relatively snazzier. Along with the grey, it gets orange and cyan highlights on the body panels as well as cyan coloured wheels to complete the look.

Colour Options and Price in India
2-Wheeler Type Naked
Fuel Type Petrol
Colour Options Black Strike, Silver Blue, Red Rage
Vehicle Overview Yamaha MT-25 is the street fighter version of R25, which further ends the chances of its arrival on the Indian shores. Yamaha would consider bringing MT-03 in place so that the amount of localization could increase in the coming years. Yamaha MT-25 is powered by a 249 cc, twin cylinder engine producing 35.5 BHP at 12000 rpm and 22.6 Nm at 10,000 rpm. It weighs just 165 kg, performing exceptionally well in its class. The top speed is 170 kmph while the fuel tank measures 14 liters for the motorcycle. It rivals none other than Kawasaki Z250 in its engine segment.
Engine Details Liquid-cooled, four-stroke, DOHC, 4-valve
Fuel System Fuel Injection
Cooling Liquid Cooling
Engine cc (Displacement) 249 cc
Maximum Power 35.5 BHP @ 12000 rpm
Maximum Torque 22.6 NM @ 10000 rpm
Number of Cylinders 2
Ignition TCI (Transistorized Ignition Control)
Lubrication Wet
Compression Ratio 11.6: 1
Bore 60 mm
Stroke 44.1 mm
Spark Plug Model Type NGK / CR9E
Number of Gears 6
Clutch Wet, manual clutch, Multiplat
Gear Pattern 1-N-2-3-4-5-6
Front Brake Floating Single Disc Ø 298mm
Rear Brake Single Disc Ø 220mm
Front Tyre 110/70-17M/C (54S)
Rear Tyre 140/70 – 17M/C (66S)
Wheel Type Alloy Wheels
Tubeless Tyres
Alloy Wheels
Front Suspension Telescopic Fork 41 mm
Rear Suspension Suspension Monocross
Frame (Chassis) Diamond
Overall Length 2090 mm
Overall Width 745 mm
Overall Height 1035 mm
Seat Height 780 mm
Ground Clearance 160 mm
Wheelbase 1380 mm
Kerb Weight 165 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 14 litres
Engine Oil Capacity 2.4 litres
Speedometer Digital
Tachometer Analog
Trip Meter Digital
Odometer Digital
Engine Temperature Gauge
Low Oil Pressure Light
Fuel Gauge Digital
Low Fuel Warning Light
Gear Indicator
Low Oil Indicator
Low Battery Indicator
Gear Shift Light
Pass Light
Battery Type Maintenance Free (GTZ8V)
Head Light Halogen 12V DC, 55W (H7)
Tail Light LED
Electric Start
Pillion Footrest
Step-up Seat/Split Seat

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Yamaha MT-25 Review

11 Sep, 2018 08:15 PM

Quick Review by Maxabout Team

Yamaha seems to challenge all the competitors with its every segment offering ready to rock the charts. Heard about MT-25? - The all-new street fighter with a bloodline common to the track hunters. Yes, it’s true. Yamaha is planning for a big boom with its 250cc offering, the R25's racing feel with a muscular appeal. The bike comes up with the same rear portion as that of the R25.

The sharp edgy ending suits the personality and the front may remind you of the first generation of FZ. The forks at the front look clear and chromed with a sharp yet muscular tank on the top. The blue skeleton is visible and matches beautifully to the blue rings on the wheels. Many of us believe that racing does not require a fully faired motorcycle always, and the correct example of their type or racer comes with the entry of MT25 to the scene. The fiery dual tone colors make the cuts and curves more aggressive than before. The front half of the bike seems heavy as the same beast comes hidden under the faired body design of R25. The arrangement looks neat and beautiful.

The length of Yamaha MT-25 is 2090mm, width is 745mm, height is 1035mm and the weight of the bike stands at 165 kg. The ground clearance is 160mm, seat height is 780mm and the fuel tank capacity is 14 litres. The engine remains the same as that on the R25. The 249cc, twin cylinder motor is a true performer with 35.5 BHP of maximum power output @ 12000 rpm. The 22.6 NM of torque is generated at 10,000 rpm. The engine remains liquid cooled and fuel injected, paired with a 6-speed manual gearbox. The ride is smooth and much powerful than most of the category rivals, making them feel a step behind from this excellent piece of Yamaha's engineering.

Yamaha MT-25 comes equipped with a digital-analog instrument console which includes an analog tachometer and a digital speedometer, digital odometer, digital trip meter and digital fuel gauge. Low quantity warning for fuel, battery and oil pressure is given in the instrument console of MT-25. The braking of the MT-25 is handled by a floating disc of 298 mm at the front whereas the rear has a 220 mm single disc for the duty. The front gets telescopic forks of 41mm and the rear gets a mono-cross suspension. The performance remains the same its track buddy and the no fairing opportunity makes it few kg lighter than the R25. The tires remain 110/70-17 for the front and 140/70-17 for the rear.


    Questions and Answers

    Most Popular Answers for Yamaha MT-25
    How does the Yamaha MT-25 differ from the larger MT-03 or MT-07 models?
    29 August 2023 09:40

    The Yamaha MT-25 features a smaller displacement engine compared to the MT-03 and MT-07, focusing on delivering a balance of power and maneuverability in an urban-friendly package.

    Which one is better - Yamaha MT-25 or Kawasaki Z250?
    29 December 2022 05:47
    Yamaha MT-25 is a much better bike than Kawasaki Z250. It wins over nearly all the aspects, with its twin cylinder engine producing 35.5 BHP as compared to 26 BHP, 1-cylinder engine of the Z250. It also comes with a much better running dynamics and a much appealing design. Its dual colored body paint looks better than the ideal Kawasaki paint scheme. The MT25 comes with a lower seat height, which facilitates the short riders in everyday riding. The MT-25 is expected to be INR 30,000 costly than its rival, but its performance stats justify the numbers very easily.

    Yamaha MT-25 - All-New 250cc Street Motorcycle

    What would be the approx. mileage of Yamaha MT-25?
    29 December 2022 05:47
    The approx mileage of Yamaha Mt-25 is 25 kmpl for the city riding conditions and 32 kmpl for the highways. The twin cylinder street bike comes with a muscular design and a performance oriented approach. It produces a peak of 35.5 NM @ 12,000 rpm and 22.6 NM @ 10,000 rpm. The body has been designed in order to be aerodynamically efficient and still looks much muscular than others in the segment. It is expected to arrive later this year, with an expected price tag of INR 2,20,000. The bike will come in dual tone colors and a single variant only.

    Yamaha MT-25 - All-New 250cc Street Motorcycle

    What is the expected price of Yamaha MT-25?
    29 December 2022 05:47
    The Yamaha MT-25 comes with an expected price of INR 2,20,000 and the expected launch date has not been confirmed by any of the agency. It is most probably launching in India this year. The bike comes with a 2-cylinder, 249 cc engine, producing 35.5 BHP @ 12,000 rpm and 22.6 NM @ 10,000 rpm. The front end of the motorcycle resembles the FZ series whereas the rear end in the same as the R25. It comes with 6-speed manual transmission, with each gear providing the optimum performance for better and shorter 0-100 timings.

    Yamaha MT-25 - All-New 250cc Street Motorcycle

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    The Overall Design of the Bike Is Quite Sleek

    Kunal Vikram Singh | One year ago
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    I have been using the Yamaha MT-15 Version 2.0 for the past 25 days and it has been an absolute blessing. The speed and acceleration it offers is truly phenomenal and the mileage I have been getting in the city is around 35km/litre, which is quite impressive. The build quality is top-notch and the overall design of the bike is quite sleek. The suspension and handling are excellent, making it a great choice for both city and highway driving. I would highly recommend this bike to anyone looking for an affordable yet reliable ride.

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    The riding posture on the bike is good, however, the suspension could be stiffer

    Saurabh Kakkar | One year ago
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    The Yamaha MT-15 Version 2.0 is a great bike for those looking for a power-packed performance. It's powered by a 155cc single-cylinder engine that produces 19.3 Bhp and 14.7 Nm of torque. The engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox that helps in providing good performance. The riding posture on the bike is good, however, the suspension could be stiffer as it doesn't absorb bumps very well. The handling of the bike is good and it handles quite well in heavy traffic, especially since it's a naked bike. However, if comfort is your main priority, then this might not be the bike for you.

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    A Practical and Powerful Ride

    Barun Kumar | One year ago
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    The Yamaha MT-15 Version 2.0 is equipped with a single-channel ABS system that provides an added layer of protection. This system helps to reduce the braking distance and improve the stability of the bike. The raised handlebar and more conventional riding position of the bike makes it suitable for daily commuting. The bike also features a host of other features such as Bluetooth connectivity, a multifunctional LCD display, and multiple riding modes. All these features make the Yamaha MT-15 Version 2.0 a great option for those looking for a practical and powerful ride.

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    Yamaha has taken the 155cc segment to the next level

    Ravi Chauhan | 7 months ago
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    After the launch of MT-15 Version 2.0, Yamaha has taken the 155cc segment to the next level. The MT-15 Version 2.0 comes with a refined design that is both attractive and aerodynamic. The engine is powerful and efficient, and it is also lightweight, making it easy to handle. Moreover, the price point makes it a great option in the segment. All in all, Yamaha has done a great job of creating a comprehensive package with the MT-15 Version 2.0. If you're looking for a stylish and powerful bike in the 155cc segment, then the Yamaha MT-15 Version 2.0 is definitely worth considering.

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    Pocket rocket

    Sachin Krishna k | 4 years ago
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    Loved it alot mt15 is proud for us Its street fighter Milage is very good i really loved it Look is aggressive

    Best Features: Look and power is agressive for 155cc

    Pros: Looks and milage

    Cons: Cost and suspension band normal indicator

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    Yamaha MT-25 Comments

    User Comments
    Lal vensanga
    8 years ago

    Looking forward to this...any updates on the release date??

    Neethu Haridas
    8 years ago

    which is the fastest bike TVS Apache RTR 250 vs Yamaha MT-25 and their power????

    Rabin Gharami
    8 years ago

    i am interested with this kind of bikes

    8 years ago

    Am planning to buy a 250cc street bike, should I wait for Yamaha MT-25 or go for the Kawasaki Z250?

    Manudeep Kaur
    8 years ago

    Can anyone tell me the exact launch date of Yamaha MT-25 in India?

    Manudeep Kaur
    8 years ago

    Finally, A Street Bike by Yamaha to Beat Kawasaki Z250 & KTM 250 Duke!

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