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Rs. 49,000
Discontinued Model since 30 Nov 2019

About Yamaha Ray Z

Following the success of the Yamaha Ray, which is a women-centric scooter, Yamaha launched the Ray Z targeted at men. The Ray Z makes for a great package overall combining sporty looks and the goodness of the regular Ray such as a frugal engine and easy, comfortable ride.

Yamaha Ray Z Overview

Ahead of the 1 April 2019 deadline, Yamaha has updated the Ray Z with UBS (Unified Braking System). Thanks to the safety net, the Ray Z has now received a revised pricing of Rs 51,417 (ex-showroom Delhi).

Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Ray Z

Q. I need a accessories and spare parts of Yamaha Ray-Z.?
  • For this, we would suggest you walk into the nearest service center as they will be the better person to assist you. You can click on the following link to see the details of the nearest service center and selecting your city accordingly - Service Center.
Q. Does Yamaha Ray Z have space in front to carry gas cylinder?
Q. Can I go to TVS Wego or Ray Z?
  • With bigger size wheels and body balance, it offers a comfortable ride. I am getting a mileage around 48 kmpl. It's a 2010 model. I think today's wego is giving more mlg. Moreover for the last 10 yrs. except for oil change and other routine mntnce I hace spent nothing for this vehicle. Bit heavier. Might be far better than ray.
  • Definitely wego is better and easy to handle in daily commute and yes wego is full metal body but weight balanced is perfect that you won\'t feel it heavy
  • Of course...it us by default...as that is the way to acess the engine bay or dicky with the earlier nanos
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Q. Access or Yamaha Ray Z? Kindly tell some info about the better one.
  • Access is better than Yamaha Ray. I have driven both the scooters Yamaha Ray gives vibration after 60kmph speed..but suzuki access engine is very refined so it is very smooth above 80kmph also.
  • For the style purpose yamaha ray Z will be perfect. For remaining access will be perfect
  • As per mileage I suggest access 125 even the storage space is the best!
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Q. Which is the best Scooty, with regard to Road grip, Servicing, and value for Money. Ntorq, Yamaha Ray Z street rally or Grazia. for long use or I should wait for BS 6 Vehicles. Please answer. I may buy immediately also.
  • I think that you should not wait for bs 6.And among these three the best choice is tvs n torq
  • Ntorq if you want to buy now. The race edition.
  • Ntorq
Q. Which one is more powerful ray z or dio?
  • Honda Dio hands down is a better, well designed and powerful yet sturdy vehicle in it's class.
  • Honda Dio is powered by 109.19 cc engine whereas Yamaha Ray Z is powered by 113 cc engine. So Ray Z must have a better pick-up and power in comparison to Honda Dio.
  • Dio
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Yamaha Ray Z User Reviews

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  • 4.6

    Engine has good life, Performance is good.I like the bike alot.Yamaha is doing great job in gearless section.

  • 3.0

    Mileage is not bad but body is not strong,and I can't find accessories or spare part any where, pick up not strong when I buy this upto 1year ride is smooth but after 1year it gives pick up very slowly

  • 2.6

    very lw mileage acsilatter very cheep

  • 4.6

    Yamaha vehicle are good in design, mileage and engine else well but the engine of yamaha is sometime not powerful as i though espicially on 150 bikes and i ask them to introduce new 200cc segment bike but should be sporty as a r15v3

  • 5.0

    It's been 6 years to my scooter. The pick up is so great. For long ride, gives good mileage. Still look good and young. Aerodynamic shape helps in bad weather conditions. Compared to other price is also less. Regular check-up and maintenance can improve it's performance.. In short- Paisa vasul😊

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  • 4.2

    Performance is the best in class. The engine delivers excellent and optimum performance. Overtaking or sharp bends and cuts are quite comfortable. Brakes are average and tyre has pretty good grip. Mileage is the issue but it can be improved with regular service. Driving comfort is pretty nice with neat to smooth handling. Vibrations are above the speed of 70 and the shock absorber is decent for the price.overall nice sporty bike for casual use.

  • 5.0

    It's been 6 years to my scooter. The pick up is so great. For long ride, gives good mileage. Still look good and young. Aerodynamic shape helps in bad weather conditions. Compared to other price is also less. Regular check-up and maintenance can improve it's performance.. In short- Paisa vasul😊

  • 3.0

    As this is a scooter it's not too good for For my use , because I am working as Marketing Professional. It's mileage is between 38-40kmpl which is moderate. Looking to comfort level and performance it's best budget scooter. Engine durability is very powerful as compared other scooter.As a scooter it's best as per my experience but I don't recommend it for marketing purposes.But it's very good build quality and speed and comfortable..

  • 4.6

    Yamaha vehicle are good in design, mileage and engine else well but the engine of yamaha is sometime not powerful as i though espicially on 150 bikes and i ask them to introduce new 200cc segment bike but should be sporty as a r15v3

  • 4.6

    i did more than 20k km in last 2 yrs... and the only thing i had to change is brake pads.. recently i started working for a company where i have to ride for 50 to 55 km per day... trust me it is a pocket rocket.. top speed is 86 and 92 in downhill. milage max i got 35 to 37 as i keep my needle above 60 kmph within the city. i have also take it for a 300 km ride. and on the highway i got a milage of 58.8 kmpl...

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Yamaha Ray Z Expert Reviews

First it was girls who were the target of Yamaha's fancies to sell scooters to, now it's the boys. So does the Ray Z have what it takes to live up to its feminine counterpart?

June 6, 2013  By Priyadarshan Bawikar Photography : Kunal Khadse