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Yamaha Ray : Special Coverage 

Yamaha Ray special coverage

Yamaha's decision to enter the scooter segment in India has seen the light of day with the new RAY. Targeted at college students and young working women showing increased affinity to purchasing light weight and highly efficient scooters, the new RAY has been designed and engineered to answer the needs of this growing class of young female customers who want a scooter that is stylishly designed, compact, easy to use and have a fresh new appeal. Great acceleration, easy handling, excellent maneuverability and good fuel efficiency are all part and parcel of this stylish package on two wheels powered by an air-cooled 4-stroke 113cc engine with CVT (Continuous variable transmission) that boasts excellent reliability. Read all about Yamaha's newest scooter for the Indian market in our comprehensive web coverage

Honda Dio vs Yamaha Ray

We take the revamped Honda Dio and the female focused Yamaha Ray on a quick spin around town to figure out where their 'scooter similarities' really do end

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New Honda Dio vs Yamaha Ray

Are they two of a kind or is Yamaha's new Ray so different in its underpinnings that it took the country's most youthful scooter to prove us wrong? We take the revamped Honda Dio and the...

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Yamaha hires 200 female workers

Female employees will undergo an apprenticeship programme approved by the state government which will last for 3 years wherein they will receive industrial training by being on the job

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Yamaha Ray review

ZIGWHEELS RATING

9 OUT OF 10

With the launch of the new Ray, Yamaha hasn't merely filled up a few blank spaces in its two wheeler arsenal for the Indian market, but rather engineered a product that despite its primary...

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Yamaha Ray

The new RAY has been designed and engineered to answer the needs of this growing class of young female customers who want a scooter that is stylishly designed, compact, easy to use and have a fresh...

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Yamaha Ray Launched

Yamaha enters the scooter market in India with the launch of the Ray at a price of Rs 46,000 ex-showroom Delhi

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