Yamaha Saluto Overview
Yamaha has updated the Saluto 125 with UBS (Unified Braking System). It essentially works similar to CBS (Combined Braking System), where partial brake force is applied at the front simultaneously when the rear brake is applied. Yamaha has discontinued the non-UBS model from the market. The Saluto RX is now priced at Rs 58,500 (drum) and Rs 60,500 (disc) and can be brought in four new colours - red, blue and black. The matte green option, on the other hand, costs Rs 1,000 more.
Yamaha Saluto Colours
Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Saluto
- For that, we'd suggest you please visit 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. Service centre.
- I contact Service center but there is no parts, thats why i am looking for online, if have parts plzz inform me, i need very much
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- For that, we'd suggest you to please visit the nearest authorized service center of Yamaha as they would be able to assist you better with the fitment of spare parts. Follow the link and select your city accordingly for service centers.
- 80kms a day is too much running so don't go for 100 to 110cc bikes just buy a honda shine which will give you average of 60kmpl and ride happily.
- HF Deluxe
- Passion 110
- I have had both. First the Shine (very first edition) and then Saluto. Though I loved the Shine initially but as time wore on, I had to let go of it. Chain issues, basically. I found Saluto better than Shine in many ways. Saluto has two drawbacks, seat height for men with shorter height and pickup. But every other aspect, it scores above the rest in the category. However, also check out the new Discover 125 with all newly added features. Give it a Good thought rather than regretting.
- I have seen saluto it is a long bike and look smart, If you are yamaha fan then go for it.But Shine is very smooth comfortable and reliable bike from my experience.And also it has better value then yamha
- No doubt yamaha saluto has better mileage.but maintanence cost of cb shine is less in comparison to saluto
- To be very frank bro i didnt hear about the model of Yamaha you are asking. I just view youtube video about this model. And as per my experience and as a bike rider I suggest to purchase Hero Passion Pro 110. The design of fuel tank of Yamaha saluto 125 is such that there is risk of water leakage during monsoon and while washing your bike. The price is high as there is not digital meter. The tires are thin as compare to Passion Pro. Engine is in vertical position so there is no chance of water logging during. monsoon but this feature you will find in Passion pro 110 also. Yamaha bikes has a very good pickup and class engine for speed, so you will not get the better millage. Or if you can wait for few more months to get the ride review of bike and its millage.
- I am riding my father's passion and it gives mileage of 70 ... I think so you should do testdrive
- Its your choice but hero 110 performance is best
Saluto User Reviews
Its 11 months now I purchased saluto 125cc bike. Till now have crossed 5000 km running and haven't face any issue with bike.. Average was initially 55-60 but as of now it's 65+. It improved after 3rd service. No vibration at 65kmph speed. Comfort to drive with medium speed. Easy to handle. Only problem is gears shifting is hard. Specially first and second. Hope the mileage will stay as it is for long time :). Best of luck..
Been driving for 4 months. I get a mileage of 62kmpl (if driven at 40-50 km speed) in typical high traffic metro. The only disadvantage I felt is the extremely low weight. When driving in highway, if we are to face high wind speeds, I felt like being moved along the wind. Losing the stability while facing higher wind speeds. No other Negatives for this bike. Eagerly looking for a long travel.
It is a good bike but for 125cc it is less powerful than other bikes in its segment and spare parts or consumables like clutch plate, chain sprocket brake pads etc have to be changed frequently. Otherwise it moves like a snake in heavy traffic. Its very nimble.
Pros: Good Mileage, Decent Engine, Good Pick up for 125 CC, Looks good Cons: Light weight cannot ride in high speed in wind, Headlamp is relatively not bright enough, Failure of cable (Odometer cable, Accelerator cable) observed over a period of years.
Yamaha spare are not available whenever you want it and the behaviour of Yamaha's employees are not good for yamaha saluto 125cc average bike..they said that about it.. who said to buy this bike.. you should buy Yamaha super bikes😔
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Yamaha Saluto Expert Reviews
Can the new Yamaha Saluto clinch the crown as the best 125cc motorcycle in the Indian two-wheeler market from the Honda CB Shine? We compare both these bikes and get you the answer
All-new design, new engine and the lightest bike in its class – the 125cc motorcycle segment. We take a quick spin on Yamaha India’s newest 125cc commuter motorcycle Saluto – tipped as an alternative to the bestselling Honda CB Shine
The new Yamaha Saluto 125 replaces the YBR 125 and will pose an alternative to the Honda Shine in the growing commuter motorcycle segment. For more prices, specifications and pictures of the Yamaha Saluto 125 log on to ZigWheels.com