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.
Preferred For : Daily Commute
43% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above
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.
Saluto is very comfortable to drive with wide seat . Company mileage is 78 but it gives 60-65 kmpl. Overall bike performance is very good but very difficult to getting Yamaha saluto accessories.
It is an all rounder bike and more people should go for it. It has the best technology backing it up. Service is good, looks are good, economy is very good. Buy with confidence.
I bought this bike as my first bike it's very easy to handle and disc break also given to this . Mileage of this bike is very super compared with other brands in 125cc
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