|Warhead||1 or more (up to 3) nuclear or conventional warheads.|
|Engine||two-stage solid-propellant rocket|
|3,200 km (2,000 mi)|
|Inertial guidance/BeiDou Navigation Satellite System + terminal active radar homing guidance|
|road-mobile Transporter erector launcher|
DF-25 (Dong Feng-25) was a Chinese two-stage, solid-propellant, road-mobile Intermediate-range ballistic missile (IRBM). Missilethreat.com stated it could deliver a single or multiple conventional warheads weighing 1,800 kg (4,000 lb) over a maximum distance of 3,200 km to 4,000 km.
There are conflicting reports on whether the DF-25 entered service, and if so, when. The Federation of American Scientists notes reports that China had abandoned development of the DF-25 in 1996. The U.S. Department of Defense in its 2013 report to Congress on China's military developments made no mention of the DF-25 as a missile in service.