Yamaha YZ250—a perfect companion for rough terrains, is a lightweight motorbike from a family of legendary bike series. It is a two-stroke engine bike with exemplary track performance and race-inspired styling ranging from embedded graphics to aggressive bodywork.
With several innovative designs and technology, YZ250 is ready to suffice your riding needs, significantly boosting the bike’s overall performance. Any racer can ride this bike due to its broad torque curve. The racing features make it seem like this motorbike is competition ready right out of the box.
So, this compact and easy-to-ride motorbike is all set to give pure performance and thrill at full throttle.
Yamaha YZ250 has a cutting-edge aluminum frame and compact perimeter, resulting in a lighter frame.
The bold graphics combine with narrow body panels. With a well-tuned chassis and a highly lightweight body, it gives the utmost sense of control to the rider, thus building confidence.
Due to the carefully engineered design and swingarm, there is less rider fatigue and class-leading track performance.
Yamaha YZ250 is available in one color:
Yamaha YZ250 is available in one variant:
The Yamaha YZ250 is powered by a small liquid-cooled two-stroke 249 cc engine. The engine is small, manageable, and easy to use, making it perfect for new riders. This lightweight and compact engine has a YPVS(Yamaha Power Valve System) equipped reed valve inducted and has a vast potent powerband.
Yamaha YZ250 has a digital CDI ignition system that offers an exact spark for a quicker and more robust response. A high-capacity radiator with dark louvers can deliver maximum cooling efficiency and an aggressive look.
The YPVS combines crisp, powerful bottom-end acceleration with a robust mid-range and top-end.
The reed-valve petals have specially designed carbon fiber, enhancing engine performance and throttle responsiveness across the whole rpm range.
It has a 38 mm Hitachi Astemo Keihin PWK38S carburetor offers perfect air and fuel mixing. It has wide footpegs and blacked-out radiator shrouds.
YZ250 features a flatter seat and smoothly integrated body panels. Along with a narrow fuel tank and seamless shroud width, it is easier to shift body weight, and the rider may move forward or backward freely, thus increasing the rider’s confidence and control.
It has a modern KYB shock, reduced friction Kashima Coal internals, and 12.4 inches of travel. Along with separate adjusters for high and low-speed compression damping and a complete lock oil rebound system for improved comfort. It results in excellent rear wheel control and a smooth ride.
The premium Dunlop Geomax MX33 tires provide performance for a wide range of terrain.
The Yamaha YZ250 has a five-speed transmission system with a heavy-duty multi-plate clutch, guaranteeing reliable gear changes.
The suspension system of the Yamaha YZ250 has a speed-sensitive system that contains fully adjustable KYB 48mm forks that uses piston speed to control the damping force for precise handling. It has 11.8 inches of suspension travel which helps in good bump absorption.
When it comes to the braking system, it has a 270mm front rotor and 240mm rear rotor. Also, it has large front pistons and robust calipers, which deliver a high-performance brake system, thus providing remarkable braking power.
It has premium Dunlop Geomax MX33 tires providing performance for a wide range of terrain.
Yamaha YZ250’s starting price is $7,899, but the Husqvarna TC 250‘s pricing starts at $9,049, which is comparatively more expensive.
Yamaha YZ250 gets powered by a 249cc liquid-cooled, reed-valve inducted, two-stroke engine, while a 250 cc electronic fuel injected, two-stroke engine powers Husqvarna TC 250.
Color and Variant
Both of the motorbikes are present in one color. For Yamaha YZ250, it is present in color blue whereas, for Husqvarna TC 250, it is present in color white with graphics of color yellow and gray.
Yamaha YZ250 has one variant for the year 2023, which is YZ250 Monster Energy Yamaha Racing Edition. On the other hand, Husqvarna TC 250 has no variant and is present in its standard model.
Yamaha YZ250 has a fuel capacity of 1.8 gallons, whereas Husqvarna TC 250 has a capacity of 2.1 gallons.
Yamaha YZ250 can travel at a high speed of 75 mph, whereas the Husqvarna TC 250 can attain a top speed of 72 mph.
Yamaha YZ250’s starting price is $7,899, but the KTM 250 SX‘s pricing is $8,399, which is comparatively more expensive.
Yamaha YZ250 gets powered by a 249cc liquid-cooled, reed-valve inducted, two-stroke engine, while a 250 cc electronic fuel injected, two-stroke engine powers KTM 250 SX.
Color and Variant
Both of the motorbikes are present in one color. For Yamaha YZ250, it is present in blue, whereas for KTM 250 SX, it is orange.
Yamaha YZ250 has one variant for the year 2023, which is YZ250 Monster Energy Yamaha Racing Edition. On the other hand, KTM 250 SX is available in one standard variant.
Yamaha YZ250 has a fuel capacity of 1.8 gallons, whereas KTM 250 SX has a fuel capacity of 1.98.
A Yamaha YZ250 can travel at a high speed of 75 mph, whereas the KTM 250 SX can attain a top speed of 85 mph.
Yamaha YZ250’s starting price is $7,899, but the Gasgas MC 250’s pricing starts at $9,199, which is comparatively more expensive.
Yamaha YZ250 gets powered by a 249cc liquid-cooled, reed-valve inducted, two-stroke engine, while a 250 cc single-cylinder four-stroke engine powers Gasgas MC 250.
Color and Variant
Both of the motorbikes are present in one color. For Yamaha YZ250, it is present in blue, whereas for Gasgas MC 250, it is present in red.
Yamaha YZ250 has one variant for the year 2023, which is YZ250 Monster Energy Yamaha Racing Edition. On the other hand, Gasgas MC 250 has no variants, and it is present in its standard model.
Yamaha YZ250 has a fuel capacity of 1.8 gallons, whereas Gasgas MC 250 has a fuel capacity of 1.85.
A Yamaha YZ250 can travel at a high speed of 75 mph, whereas the Gasgas MC 250 can attain a top speed of 60 mph.
|Model||Yamaha YZ250||Husqvarna TC 250||KTM 250 SX|
|Displacement||249 cc||250 cc||249 cc|
|Stroke||72.0mm||72 mm||72 mm|
|Bore||66.4mm||66.4 mm||66.4 mm|
|Top Speed||75 MPH||80 MPH||85 MPH|
|Fuel Capacity (approx)||1.8 gal||1.90 gallon||1.9 gallon|
|Curb Weight||227 lb||219.58 lb||219 pounds|
|Front Tyre Size||80/100-21 Dunlop® Geomax MX33F||80/100 x 12||80/100 x 21|
|Rear Tyre Size||110/90-19 Dunlop® Geomax MX33||110/90 x 19||110/90 x 19|
|Front Brake||Hydraulic disc, 270mm||10.23 inch Disc brake||260 mm Disc brake|
|Rear Brake||Hydraulic disc, 240mm||8.66 inch Disc brake||220 mm Disc brake|
|Engine Type||249 cc liquid-cooled 2-stroke; reed-valve inducted||1-cylinder, 2-stroke engine||1-cylinder, 2-stroke engine|
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Yamaha YZ250 is a motorbike with a two-stroke strong engine, comfortable suspension, excellent handling ergonomics, and a rider-friendly chassis. The compact, flexible design strives to provide pure performance and thrill at full throttle.
It has updated low-speed dampening for enhanced handling, and a new front caliper elevates braking performance. Its all-new bodywork improves ergonomics for an even greater degree of control and agility. Additionally, the solid 249cc liquid-cooled two-stroke engine’s power output is enhanced by a reed valve. With the upgraded suspension and brake system, this motorbike lives up to its name.
The price range for Yamaha YZ250 starts from $7899, and the price range for YZ250 Monster Energy Yamaha Racing Edition starts from $8099.
The top speed that can be achieved by this bike is 65 mph.
It has a 249 cc two-stroke engine accompanied by a reed valve. This liquid-cooled engine is lightweight, compact, and has a broad hard-hitting powerband.
Only one color is available for this motorbike and its variants, and it is available in Team Yamaha Blue color.
A liquid-cooled two-stroke engine powers Yamaha YZ250; its starting price is $7899. The Gasgas MC 250 is powered by a four-stroke single-cylinder engine, and its pricing starts from $9199.