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Yamaha Ray ZR

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Rs. 51,000 - 51,614
Discontinued Model since 3 Feb 2016

Yamaha Ray ZR Overview

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.

Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Ray ZR

Q. What is the price of the lamp of Yamaha Ray ZR?
  • For that, we'd suggest you please get in touch with the nearest authorized service centre of Yamaha as they would be able to assist you with the exact price and availability of the spare parts.Follow the link and select your city accordingly for service centers.
Q. Which is the best scooter between Yamaha Ray ZR and Pleasure Plus?
  • Yamaha has discontinued the Ray ZR scooter and replaced it with a new 125cc variant. It might not have stepped up on the features front, which is what the millennial folk would desire from their ride, and we wished for slightly better refinement levels. But all of this seems small compared to the feeling from behind the handlebars. Its lightness plays a big part in it scoring high on low-speed manoeuvrability and fuel efficiency. Plus, it is quite comfy too. On the other hand, the Hero Pleasure Plus would be a better pick if you are looking for a light weight scooter with good fuel efficiency, stylish looks and is effortless to ride. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride for a better understanding of performance and comfort. Click on the link and select your desired city for dealership details. Read More:- Hero Pleasure Plus vs Yamaha Ray ZR 125 - Yamaha Ray ZR 125 Road Test Review: The Sportiest Yamaha Scooter Yet?
Q. Where is the choke in Yamaha RayZR 125 Fi BS6?
  • Yamaha RayZR 125 BS6 is not available with a choke.
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Q. Hey which is the best scooter Honda dio & yamaha ray zr?
  • I prefer Ray ZR bcz it have many plus like disk break, allow wheels, and telescopic fork and smooth rear dual suspension like bikes and very torque advanced engine than dio and it performs well at higher rpm also it's top speed is higher than dio i used drag race with my frnds dio that time i realise this, in pickup dio is like zap it really quicker than ZR, the pickup is the only disadvantage in ZR but after 60kmph ZR takes lead and yeah ZR wins. Also ZR is very comfortable scooter like mature scooters like activa, maestro. It have Large seat it's very comfortable for long rides even with pillion no trouble. But In dio you will get back pain in long rides even in solo that i experienced in my frnd dio also the pillion is very short and hard like rock it's not comfortable as much like ZR it's smooth like butter when compared with dio. And the mileage is my ZR gives 40kmpl. And it's handling is too good and with disk break it gives you more confidence level while riding but dio didn't give that. Dio is just a teenage squids scooter only for city rides. ZR is very matured one for long life. Or you need all this one like squid performance and also comfy and with better top speed and safety with technology then go with TVS Ntorq 125 trust me dude it's all rounder but i don't know about it's engine life. That's it I shared all my experience. Now decision is yours ๐Ÿ‘
  • I will vote for the Honda Dio. I have completed 83 K Kms. yesterday. I started the scooter after 04 months and it started within 03 kicks without any problem. All the spares are readily available. Performance wise Dio shd be better as comp to the Yamaha Ray.I suggest you drive both the vehicles to get a feel of the vehicle engg. If given a choice, I will purchase Dio anytime since the scooter specs are similar but performance wise, Honda Dio rocks & is more reliable.For info., I plan to take my Honda Dio on a 1500 kms.tour in May, so you will understand now....
  • Rayzr has many advantages over dio 1 telescopic suspension 2 low end performance which gives better economy when cruising on par speed 3 looks are no doubt better with rayzr4 rayzr has a stiff suspension so handling is good5 body balance in yamaha scooters too is a good point it makes the scooters feel more like a motorcycle 6 dio has a better top end so slightly high top speed but not by much 7 low ground clearance in rayzr might be a worry if there are very steep rise and falls otherwise no problem normally8 stiff suspension means you have to slow a lot in rayzr while going through a pothole whether it might be a tiny one
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Q. Which is best between Dio DX or Yamaha Ray ZR street rally in terms of mileage and less maintenance cost and does the body is made with plastic?
  • I will prefer a Dio. The reason being I am owning a Dio since 2005 and bought a new one in 2016. The service is excellent. Fuel economy is good. I own a yamaha Fz too. I found, getting good service and spares is difficult
  • Dio
  • Dio
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Q. Which one is more better for ladies Yamaha Ray ZR or Honda Dio?
  • Yamaha Ray ZR is the best option for ladies, stylish look and 125 cc engine power best combination.
  • Both are very Good Vehicle, comparison, Honda Dio is Slightly lighter in weight
  • Yamaha Ray is not 125 cc, It is 113 cc Scooteret
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  • 5.0

    A pretty well rounded scooter amazing performance and refinement does exactly what you need it to do a work for me driven around 30k kilometers and the service is excellent no complaints as of now but for indian roads the suspension is a bit too stiff but the on the other hand contributes to excellent handling just tips into corners with soo much of ease and is very fun to drive.

  • 4.6

    Worthy Scooty From Yamaha, Highly Recommend To All....!

  • 4.6

    performance is good..but the fual indicator is not accurate at all

  • 5.0

    nice bike.very smooth driving.pain no.

  • 2.6

    My driving experience is very good if i don't think about mileage, Nice pickup, Average build quality, Nice handeling.Worst thing about this scooty is it's front body problem, Mileage is not good.I bought it for daily commute, Company claims that it will give you 55+kmpl mileage but i am not getting even 35kmpl on highway and approx 25 in city, Now this became a headache for me.After sale service is worst in my area.

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  • 2.6

    My driving experience is very good if i don't think about mileage, Nice pickup, Average build quality, Nice handeling.Worst thing about this scooty is it's front body problem, Mileage is not good.I bought it for daily commute, Company claims that it will give you 55+kmpl mileage but i am not getting even 35kmpl on highway and approx 25 in city, Now this became a headache for me.After sale service is worst in my area.

  • 4.2

    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.

  • 5.0

    A pretty well rounded scooter amazing performance and refinement does exactly what you need it to do a work for me driven around 30k kilometers and the service is excellent no complaints as of now but for indian roads the suspension is a bit too stiff but the on the other hand contributes to excellent handling just tips into corners with soo much of ease and is very fun to drive.

  • 3.4

    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 :))

  • 4.6

    It's a fantastic vehicle after 7 years and 53000 km i changed the front tyre.After 7 years now its asking some maintenance.Anyone want a scooty reliable; comfortable go for it.It is not for mileage lovers.I had a honda activa and drove 23000 and out of my experience yamaha is a life long vehicle if you have a service station within 10 km.

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