Ahead of the 1 April 2019 deadline, Yamaha has updated the Cygnus Alpha with UBS (Unified Braking System). For the safety update, it has received a hike of Rs 400 over the drum variant and Rs 600 over the disc variant.
Preferred For : Daily Commute
38% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above
Not worth for the cost, All outside parts are fiber materials, kick start was frequently not working properly even though after 3more service, no mileage as expected only giving 30-35km, battery was very worst, key was frequently not working, brakes was not working properly, frequently skidding, the scooter was not safe if you ride more than 40km/hrs.
It simple but comes with powerfull engine, great mileage, and realy very low maintenance innlast 5 years, still its in very good condition and people thinks its almost year or two year old bike, braking and absorber systems are very good never brought hesitation in my mind
All switches were of no good.often not working and need to be replaced(original parts).engine performance good.brakes need improvement.mileage is poor,front suspension is harsh,all plastics were shaking and I'm not a harsh driver.
Seriously doubt whether I got a faulty vehicle, but rest assured the bike has never failed me. I jump to 80 kmph when in hurry or drive @ 50 when in leisure and find no compromise in performance
At first scooter is very good. But after few months scooter performance is not so good. Mileage is very bad. It gives me approx 38 mileage. I wouldn't recommended to buy this scooter
We pitch the new Yamaha Alpha against our previous scooter shootout winner - TVS Jupiter
We ride Yamaha's latest scooter offering and see whether it lives up to the family scooter tag