Specifications Summary of Yamaha Ray ZR
|Engine :||113 cc|
|Mileage :||66 Kmpl|
|Fuel Type :||petrol|
|Battery Type :||Maintenance Free|
|Front Brakes :||Disc|
|Power :||7.1 PS @ 7500 rpm|
Yamaha Ray ZR is a scooter launched at a base price of Rs. 54,881 in February 2019 by Yamaha in India. Ray ZR is powered by 113cc engine claiming mileage of 66kmpl. Ray ZR has a air-cooled, 4-stroke, sohc, 2-valve engine with automatic transmission. Yamaha Ray ZR comes with front disc break and rear drum break. Yamaha Ray ZR has wheel size of 10 inch. It is available in 5 variants and 2 colours.
Yamaha Ray ZR Latest Updates
Yamaha’s RayZR now features a MotoGP inspired livery priced at Rs 59,028, a premium of just Rs 1,500 over its standard variant.
Yamaha Ray ZR Price
Yamaha Ray ZR prices start at Rs. 54,881 (Ex-Showroom) and the top end variant Yamaha Ray ZR Street Rally Edition is priced at Rs. 59,528 (Ex-Showroom).
Yamaha Ray ZR Variants Price List
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Editor's View of Yamaha Ray ZR
Plastic body, Mileage
The Yamaha Ray-ZR is the forth scooter offering from the Japanese two-wheeler giant for the Indian market. With its sharp and sporty styling, the new scooter has been targeted at young male buyers and is also the first Yamaha scooter to get front disc brake as an optional extra
Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Ray ZR
- Hi Ramya, I have been using the Hero Maestro Edge for the last 02 years. I've not experienced any major problem with the vehicle, except minor things like draining of battery few times when the vehicle was not used for more than 2 weeks. Except these minor issues I haven't faced any problem. Its my trusted work horse. Regular service maintenance every 3/4 months is necessary to maintain the vehicle in good condition.
- As per mileage and fuel efficiency Maestro Edge is the best and if u want more engine power you may Go With Honda Grazia And one more thing if u want your Vehicle To Look Stylishly I Prefer Hero Maestro Edge I Hope this answer is helpful to you.
- First you decide you want 110 cc scooter or 125cc. As in your list both categories there. Check your priorities you want looks, power or fuel efficiency. For power go with grazia it's 125cc. For day to day daily basis go with maestro.
- As per the website, mobile charger is an optional add-on accessoryyamaha-motor-india.com/yamaha-ray-zr.html
- No, You can, Company will fit it and give you.
- Wait for rayzr125cc fi model
- Basically, it depends on the rider, the riding conditions. The maximum that you can ride on this Yamaha scooter is 45 KM at a decent speed if 40kmph.
- I have driven 600 km in a day (hardly 9 hrs)
- I Personally GO for a 245 km in one time from ahmedabad to udaipur.
- 10 inch
- It got a 10 Inch wheel size.
- Yes, as no vehicle is allowed with BS III compliance as of now.
- 72000 for Street Rally without accessories
- Around 74000 (approx) . Varies according to state or city you're living in.
- RayZR Disc. Dark Knight
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Yamaha Ray ZR User Reviews
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Features & Styling4.3/5
Preferred For : Daily Commute
38% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above
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This moped has both Postive and Negative performance. Positive:1. Good Power 2. No Vibration on High speed. You can go up to 80kms without vibration 3. Good Handling & Breaking system. Disc works perfectly and stops quickly when required 4. Stylish and good boot space 5. Nice road Grip and Tyres provided by Yamaha ...Negative:1. Mileage is very poor. It gives 30-35km per ltr, Where they say 66km per ltr in the advertisement. 2. No Good Initial pick up. Takes times for pick up 3. If you are not riding your vehicle for 2 days it is very difficult to start and takes a lot of time for initial pick up.For Indian customers, Yamaha should look for Mileage so that they can acquire the market in Mopeds and make customers happy.
If you are looking for stylish low rider seat scooter for city commute that"s the best option. If you are looking something that is durable enough on Indian roads must look for some other options. This scooter is not at all durable as being an owner for a year I can listen to every, body part making a buzz while moving on a road. The resale value for this vehicle which I can sense will not be that much as after one year of use it is looking like 3 years old. I will give full marks in styling that"s why we have purchased it. Engine performance is decent as it will give you no vibration up to 80kmph, the engine doesn"t take stress even while over speeding (Speed Limit is 60 kmph :))
performance good, low rpm pickup is awesome, mass centralisation helps a lot and aided with stiff suspension setup it handles pretty well, but stiff suspension means ride is less comfortable, looks are attractive and attracts attention, features aren't many, braking is good with disc brakes offering good stopping power, seat is wide and supportive, slight issue is its low ground clearance and 12 inch wheels, digital meters would have been better
Odds out in the market where there are so many scooters available with such great performance, mileage ,features , take the example of Tvs Ntorq and their aggressive price point and top notch feature that hardly any other scooter manufacturer offer.
Very bad milage. It is like I"m driving a car on the same cost of fuel and milage. It is stable in it"s top speed. Very fast pickup. But too costly in terms of average people ride.
good performance.. no complain..
Good Scooter to own with minimum maintenance costs
waiting for new arrival, long drive is comfortable for me, the smoothie was unexpected, very good
good excellent awesome excellent condition
my shock up and disc is dump. and the vehicle body is shaking
Yamaha Ray ZR Expert Reviews
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Yamaha Ray ZR Colours
Yamaha Ray ZR Mileage
|ARAI Claimed||66 kmpl|
|User Reported||35 kmpl|
Yamaha Ray ZR News Updates
You Can Now Get Rossi’s Official MotoGP Colours On Your Yamaha R15
Apart from the R15 V3.0, the FZ25 and RayZR also get the same limited edition liveryAug 1, 2019 | By Team ZigWheels
Yamaha Ray ZR Street Rally Edition - 5 Things To Know
Errr… no, you don’t actually get the same 20+ PS scooter Yamaha India uses in its ralliesJul 30, 2018 | By Team ZigWheels
Yamaha Ray-ZR Street Rally Edition Launched
Priced at a premium of Rs 2,000 over the standard variant, the Ray-ZR Street Rally Edition comes with a digital instrument cluster, new colours and more!Jul 16, 2018 | By Team ZigWheels