For the availability and the waiting period, we would suggest you to please connect with the nearest authorized dealer in your city as it depends on their stock book. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.
Minimum 2 months. The dealer in Nashik says company will begin production only after January.
As per your requirements, we'd suggest you to go with the Dominar 250. Apart from its accessible price tag, the Dominar 250 does one thing right -- it is fit to purpose. The 250cc motor may feel boring on the KTM, but it works beautifully on the Dominar especially when you combine it with its comfortable touring ergonomics. The seating stance is nearly upright with only a slight forward slant, the 800mm seat height makes for an easy reach, the wide handlebars are set fairly high and even the footpegs aren’t too rear set, making for a comfortable riding position. Moreover, you get a value for money product with Bajaj's aggressive pricing. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride for a better understanding of performance and comfort. Click on the link and select your desired city for dealership details.Read More: - Bajaj Dominar 250 Road Test.
There are ample options available i.e. Hero Splendor Plus, Honda Shine, TVS Raider, Bajaj Pulsar 150, Revolt RV400, Yamaha FZS-FI V3, Suzuki Gixxer, etc. Choosing one will depend on several factors such as budget, fuel type, brand preference, seating comfort, specific feature requirements, etc. Click on the given link and apply filters in order to check out [new bikes@https://www.zigwheels.com/new_bike_search.html?sortfield=popularity
As per your requirement, we would suggest you go for TVS Apache RTR 160 4V. In the city, the RTR is just as frugal as before, however, it does burn a bit more fuel out on the highway. That’s probably because we maintained slightly higher speeds out on the highway since the motor felt more at ease, leading to it being a little less efficient. The extra performance does have a ripple effect on the refinement level, but it’s nothing alarming. If anything, the mild vibes kicking in while wringing the throttle make the bike feel more alive, which brings back memories from the older carb model -- a bike that was revered by almost everyone who rode it. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.
The FZ 25 make use of both plastic and metal parts. For a better understading, we would suggest you to visit the nearest authorized dealership and take a test ride. Click on the link and select your desired city for dealership details.The FZ 25 make use of both plastic and metal parts. For a better understading, we would suggest you to visit the nearest authorized dealership and take a test ride. Click on the link and select your desired city for dealership details.
The FZ25 should be good fun for weekend rides, and experienced riders will appreciate the bike’s dynamic abilities as a fast, fun-to-ride quarter-liter naked. The ride quality is supple too, and soaks up bumps and undulations well, and adds to its credentials as an able city slicker. But it lacks the underpinnings for an off-roader and would not be a suitable option for off-roading. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership.
As a owner of rtr 200 4v i am telling you why i chose rtr 200 over fz 25 and then i will tell you why you should opt for fz 25 so let's start with rtr's pros over fz's1.Exhaust note: exhaust note of both the bikes are music to the ear of a rider but in my personal opinion I think RTR's exhaust note is likely superior to that of FZ's 20 exhaust note2. handling characteristics: handling of bobber bikes is so good but RTR's handlingis slightly superior to that of FZ's handling due to the sporty nature of the bike3. suitability: as a short rider I prefer RTR's riding dynamics more than FZS because RTR footpegs is slightly closer to the seat than that of FZS foot pegs so it becomes specially comfortable for short riders while FZ is neutral to the the all size of riders4 pricing: as you know that RTR is is slightly cheaper than FZ and it fulfills my needs also so I preferred RTR over FZnow the points in which which FZ is ahead of RTR1. there is no replacement for displacement: yes it is true because when you will write FZ it will surely feel that it is 250 cc bike and when you will ride RTR then it will give feel of 200 cc bike that exactly it is so if you need more torquey engine more usable power than FZ is quite ahead2: engine refinement: both the bikes are very refined with negligible vibrations but when you're considering specifically for the refinement of the engine then Yamaha is is slightly ahead of TVS and this improves the fuel economy of the FZ i own Apache so I know that its mileage is slightly less than that of every despite of having a smaller engine and slightly less power it gives less mileage so if you love mileage FZ25 should be your pick3: suitability: as I have mentioned earlier that RTR is specially made for shorter riders and it doesn't fits well with the medium-sized rider and the taller riders but it is not the case with the FZ which suits well with all sizes of riders so if you are a rider on taller side FZ should be your pick4. value for money: in spite of RTR being cheaper it is the FZ that is more value for money because it gets bigger engine better mileage and it gets Fi and abs together in that price which is not the case with the RTR rs people because it's a vs model doesn't have Fi so you can not call it value for moneyfinal verdict: both the bikes are very good you cannot go wrong with either of the bikes now it boils down to your personal preference and some subjective opinion that which bike looks more more pleasing to you and which brand is your favourite and the main point is here that what is your budget thanks
Both bikes come with 5 gears. engine capacity is different though. I haven’t ridden FZ25. But FZ25 doesn’t comes with ABS and from the safety point of view RTR ABS is good. But few issues with RTR is its stock headlamp doesn’t have enough power for night view, though high beam has enough to see. It comes with Carb only with ABS. Carb seems to feel outdated in this 21st century. On the pros side, it has beautiful weight distribution, the bike feel perfectly balanced to manoeuvre in city traffic, catches 100kmph so sweetly and runs butter smooth. I’ve done 130kmph in my RTR 200 ABS. Instrument cluster has whole lot of information. You don’t need to watch wrist watch or take out your smartphone when you’re late for the office and stucked in the traffic. Clutch feels light (my friend who has Avenger Street 220 said he has got the feel and meaning of Slipper Clutch after riding my machine). FZ25 has refined engine with EFI. But it has ordinary instrument cluster, doesn’t comes with ABS. Bottom line: I would suggest you to wait till 2019 April, you’ll get lot of options to choose from. You’ll get all bikes with ABS and FI will also come in many bikes. Or else EFI will make its way in all bikes from 2020 to comply the BS6 norms. 2019 May also marks the production of BS6 engines from many brands. And if you can’t wait to rev the engine then you should buy RTR ABS as safely is more important than the refinement of EFI (RE Classic 350 the best selling motorcycle of the country still comes CV Carburettor, this has helped me to get my set of wheels). Have a safe ride. Cheers!!!
If you want better performance with comfort, go for apache. If you want looks and if you are a speed lover go with FZ.Apache plus points : Fully digital instrument cluster, exhaust sound, Riding posture, comfort, low maintenanceApache drawbacks : halogen headlight, chain noise, neutral gear indicator, tyre sizeFZ plus points : LED headlights, looks, power, broad tyres, instrument clusterFZ drawbacks : price, headlamp spread, relatively high maintenanceALL THE BEST !!! Keep Riding !!!
Duke 125 Pick up is lower than R15 especially V2 or V1 and duke is best for college students and worst for racing or traffic rides engine not up to mark for heavy riders in city ..
R15 V3 - 45 KMPLFZs - 50- 55 KMPL FZ 25 - 52 KMPL ( practical mileage )as per company it is 35 KMPL , but after 1st service you get good mileage and Engine oil chage required only for 5000 KMsRS200 - 40 KMPL
R15 V3 because it has dual channel ABS, slipper clutch and gear position indicator required for new riders.
Bro. I've owned this bike for around 2 years now. The bike is great and everything. Its good a good and peppy engine. Great milage considering the power it has. Extremely comfortable seats. The main downside i came across was the weak headlight unit. You could very well get an aftermarket LED fitted on it or go for fog lamps. 6th gear is a problem only when the bike is pushed hard. In normal city driving and highway runs you won't need a 6th gear. The service and maintenance cost of the bike is very less as with all Yamaha bikes. Also it is ultra reliable and won't need too many services
Hello. The 2019 model gets dual channel Abs.
Pros- Good pickup, Nice accelerating, Good for both city and highway driving. mileage in best with 250 cc segment and it's almost low budget bike in 250 cc also. service center available everywhere cons- Air cooled Bike, little problem in engine hitting specially on long drive and on summer season. Old and 1st model don't have ABS that's a badluck. silencer got rusted with more heat power from engine and even after repeated paint by the showroom still its again looks like iron parts. but still overall it's amazing bike
If budget is not the constraint, then we would suggest you to with the Yamaha FZ 25 for its more powerful engine with decent power figures, sporty yet comfortable riding position and great handling traits. It serves as a good upgrade for those looking to trade up from their 150-180cc machines with its added dose of style and practicality and unintimidating performance. As for the comfort, both rider and pillion seats are wide and offer the right amount of cushioning. They are quite comfortable and you should be able to ride 100 kilometers at a stretch without discomfort. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details. Read More: - Honda Hornet 2.0 vs Yamaha FZ 25
Very very cool... At first I regret why I brought fz 250.. Because I was planned of ktm250 but due to my dad's decision I end up with fz25.. But once I went to munnar trip I just loved it.. Untill now I can feel the crazy...We all went with RE350 classic and two RC 200.But everyone keep a eye on my fz250 comparing to other bike this even used less petrol.. Even at fourth gear I drew it like crazy... Just amazing.. But untill now iam having hard gear shifting issues but I used to it
This is perfect touring bike and I recently finished riding 2600 kms in 9 days. Has good durability and performance in hill areas, decent revs and good grip in highways. My bike is BS4 standard version and i feel I don't even require ABS. Planning to upgrade my bike with top rack, saddle setup and custom crash guard. Only draw back is I am 6 feet tall and not comfortable for tall riders.
I went to leh with it and didn't face any problems with it. The only problem is that the ground clearence in a bit low, and generally tends to hit the breakers if you aren't slow.