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New Yamaha YZF-R125: Overview, Features, Specifications & Review

New Yamaha YZF-R125- Overview

The new Yamaha YZF-R125 is a bike that has set high standards which are above others. Pumping with legendary R-Series DNA of Yamaha, YZF-R125 from the line of racing bikes is now been launched to the most special club of motorcycling. This exceptional motorcycle has been manufactured using the advanced technology which was used before that forms the larger capacity R-series models one of the highly cherished bikes on the track and street. With its entire features and bodywork such as engine and ABS, an aluminum swinging arm, a short-stroke liquid-cooled and upside down front forks, the YZF-R125 is made to inspire and delight.

The new Yamaha YZF-R125 has Supreme class and a ruling 125cc supersport engine. The YZF-R125 is a legendary bike which comes from the line of racing bikes and has R-series DNA. The Race-type air intake of the bike is done between the headlights. The upside down front forks of the bike has high-rigidity. The all-new Yamaha YZF-R125 comes with so many stunning features which are lightweight race-bred wheels with Y-shape, forged aluminum rear brake pedal & shift lever, multi-functioned LCD instruments, revised rear suspension linkage for added comfort, high-tech radial front caliper with floating disc, and highly efficient fuel injection system.

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New Yamaha YZF-R125- Features

1. 4-stroke single cylinder engine which is Liquid-cooled

Promoting a free-encouraging short-stroke configuration, the 125cc 4-stroke engine which is liquid-cooled operates through a slick-shifting 6-speed gearbox to provide an ultra-responsive acceleration. Mechanized with a most effective fuel injection system, the YZF-R125 provides thrilling and delightful performance with excellent fuel economy.

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2. Components of Lightweight aluminum chassis

R-Series DNA is noticeable in the light and extremely strong aluminum swinging arm which guarantees accurate handling and assured road holding. The rear connection of the bike which is redesigned offers even more comfort of riding, also along with the shift lever, brake pedal, and passenger footrests all produced from aluminum, the YZF-R125 has a top specification.

3. LCD instrumentation which is multi-functioned

The YZF-R125 is mechanized with one of the most enlightened LCD instrument panels spots on a 125cc bike. Its extensive backlit display contains a digital speedometer along with a bar type tachometer, and the advanced design features also contain data on fuel consumption and fuel level, as well as range and distance trip meters.

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4. Bodywork inspired by R-series

Because of the bike’s energetic twin headlight fairing and central air intake, there is no mistake found yet in the R-series inheritance in the all-new YZF-R125. The entire front cowl gives this 125cc supersport which leads in class and which gives it an authentic big-bike feel and look, and the slippery aerodynamic bodywork is ready to slip across the air for highest riding excitement.

5. Upside down forks with high-rigidity

Just like the famous WSS-winning YZF-R6 and YZF-R1, the YZF-R125 is mechanized with upside down front forks which provide a high amount of rigidity for accurate and reactive characteristics of handling. To highlight the R-series racing inheritance the front fender offers a finishing of carbon-look, providing the YZF-R125 an actual big-bike character.

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6. Race-bred wheels of Lightweight

Lightweight wheels use a design of race-bred multi-spoke which offers a thin Y-shaped spoke which grants to a moderate unsprung weight for reactive suspension action and accurate handling. And with a wide section 130/70-17 rear tire and 100/80-17 front tire, this 125cc supersport bike is produced to slide across the bends.

7. High specification brakes with ABS

The enhanced braking system of Yamaha YZF-R125 is a spin-off from the higher capacity of R-series models. Providing a floating disc of 297mm diameter, the high specification relating to the radius, organized caliper is made to deliver strong and effectual braking performance and exceptional beginning response.

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New Yamaha YZF-R125- Specifications

The new Yamaha YZF-R125 comes with three color variants which are Yamaha blue, Radical Red and Tech Black. The YZF-R125 has a Single cylinder, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled engine which has SOHC, 4-valves and which gives Displacement of 124.7cc. The superbike’s engine generates maximum power of 11.0 kW (15.0PS) at 9,000 rpm and maximum torques of 12.4 Nm (1.25 kg-m) at 8,000 rpm. The clutch type of the bike comes with wet and multiple-disc coil spring. The fuel consumption of this bike is 2.13 liter per 100 km. Dimensions of the YZF-R125 includes an overall length of 1,955 mm, an overall width of 680 mm and overall height of 1,065 mm along with the seat height of 825 mm and wheelbase of 1,355 mm. The wet weight of the bike or weight including full oil and the fuel tank is 142 kg. The fuel tank capacity of the bike is 11.5 liters and the oil tank capacity of the bike is 1.15 liters.

New Yamaha YZF-R125- Review

The latest version of Yamaha YZF was launched in 2014, and everyone immediately got introduced by a modern LCD dashboard that was packed with performance that contradicts the learner status of the bike. Also, as the digital speed readout, the instrument panel contains a clock, fuel gauge, a cool vertically rising rev counter and trip meters. The riding posture is a clearly a sports bike, with moderate handlebars which are a tall (but narrow) seat, slung clip-on, and rear set foot pegs. That light weight of YZF-R125 bike makes it easy going around town, even if the cringe position of the riding isn’t entirely at a house in an urban environment. Also in case of the twisty roads, riding the Yamaha is great fun. Though a 125 will never offer the short guttural sound of a bigger sports bike, the chassis is calm and can fetch lots of corner speed. Many sports 125s are impaired by being suited by low spec, budget tires at the time of manufacture but the Yamaha displays decent Michelin Pilot Street rubber that performs well in both the dry and wet.

The superbike is a race duplicate and that crotched riding position isn’t exactly produced for comfort. The bike is of a good quality, and if you’re searching for a sporty 125 in the market, Yamaha YZF-R125 is a great choice for you. It also offers anti-lock (ABS) brakes, which gives a big safety benefit but is not a basic feature on bikes of this capacity. The reason behind the big hit of this bike over the years is that it looks and feels like a bigger bike and has the prestige of the Yamaha name on its tank.

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