New Yamaha Byson 250cc MotoGP

New Yamaha Byson 250cc MotoGP Special Edition 2021 Indian Version

New Yamaha Byson 250cc MotoGP Special Edition 2021 Indian Version

New Yamaha Byson 250cc MotoGP Special Edition 2021 Indian Version. Yamaha is back showing its newest model in India. new Yamaha Byson 250 cc version, uses MotoGP livery at a price below Yamaha Nmax. The new Yamaha Byson 250 cc Indian version will recently launch a new motorbike in the naked bike class, namely the New Yamaha Byson 250cc MotoGP Special Edition 2021 Indian Version.

The New Yamaha Byson 250cc MotoGP version 2021, the Indian market version, brings the MotoGP theme throughout its visual appearance.

From the information circulating on the market, the Yamaha Byson 250cc MotoGP version, the 2021 version of the Indian market, is available only in a limited edition. The exclusive Monster Energy Livery with Eneos and Yamalube stickers is visible in the bodywork area, making this motorbike very dashing.

Supported by the use of a dual-tone color scheme that is blue and black typical of Yamaha motorcycles, it further strengthens the MotoGP aura on the Yamaha Byson 250cc MotoGP version of the 2021 version of the Indian market.

Changes to the Yamaha Byson 250cc MotoGP version 2021 in India are only visual appearances that change with engine capacity, but the features, specifications and technology are still the same as the standard version of the Yamaha FZ25.

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Yamaha Byson 250cc Engine Specifications 2021 MotoGP Version

New Yamaha Byson 250cc MotoGP Special Edition 2021 Indian Version
New Yamaha Byson 250cc MotoGP Special Edition 2021 Indian Version

Such as the 249 cc single cylinder injection engine with air cooled which is quite powerful and tough. The Yamaha Byson 250cc 2021 MotoGP version is capable of producing a maximum power of 20 HP with a maximum torque of 20.1 Nm.

At the front still uses the usual telescopic suspension. While behind the Yamaha Byson 250cc 2021 MotoGP version there is a monoshock that has only the preload setting level

Braking Yamaha Byson 250cc MotoGP Version 2021

In terms of braking, the Yamaha FZ25 is supported by 282 mm front and 220 mm disc brakes at the rear, with dual channel ABS as standard for safety and comfort for the rider.

In the position and shape of the Yamaha FZ25 exhaust, it is similar to the old version of the Yamaha Byson. One thing that makes motor sport lovers amazed by the presence of the 2021 Yamaha Byson 250cc MotoGP version is the price.

In the Indian market the Yamaha Byson 250cc MotoGP version 2021 was released at a price of Rs 136,800. If converted to dollars, the price is only $1,384, brother

Even the price of this MotoGP naked bike is cheaper than the Yamaha NMAX. But don’t wait long because this one motorbike will be produced in a limited country in India.

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