Yamaha has passed on the GST (Goods & Service Tax) benefits to consumers and this has resulted in the ex-showroom price of the Saluto marginally. India Yamaha Motor has launched a new colour variant of its economical and practical motorcycle, the Yamaha Saluto 125. Now, the 125cc commuter will be available with an all-new Matt Green paint job. Catering to customers’ demand, the new colour variant of the bike will be available in both versions -- drum and disc brakes
Yamaha Saluto Price
Yamaha Saluto prices start at Rs. 54,882 (Ex-Showroom). Yamaha Saluto is avialable in 2 variants and 7 colours.
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
Yamaha Motor India wants to follow a top down approach. So, after having established itself as a maker of sporty, good looking and desirable motorcycles even in the 150cc class with the YZF R15 and the ever popular FZ series, it is now training its guns towards the high volume commuter segment. But, instead of entering the crowded 100-110cc segment, Yamaha has decided to tackle the 125cc segment first.The Yamaha Saluto 125 isn't the Japanese bike maker's first attempt at the segment ether; it has had the Gladiator, the SS125 and the YBR 125 in the past, but none of these models sold well. Reason? Relatively lower fuel economy and dated styling compared to its competitors.
StylingThe Yamaha Saluto 125 has tried to address the styling bit and it is a completely new design from the ground up. New front faring, new fuel tank and better looking side panels help give the Saluto that much needed new bike aura. But, it is a conservative design; it almost borders at the boring. And the instrumentation - again all new - fails to impress with its design or read out.But, giving credit where it is due, the Yamaha Saluto scores high on quality; the paint finish - at least on the launch...read more »
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
June 23, 2015 By Preetam Bora Photography: Abhijeet Singh
Recently Asked User Questions and FAQs about Yamaha Saluto
User Questions and Answers
ahamed_n asked a question on 10 February 2018
Q.How is the riding performance?How is the riding performance?
It offers a comfortable ride and relaxed ergonomics. The combination of the suspension assembly and the chassis is remarkable, providing confidence to the rider and making it up for the bike’s agiliIt offers a comfortable ride and relaxed ergonomics. The combination of the suspension assembly and the chassis is remarkable, providing confidence to the rider and making it up for the bike’s agility....Read More
Yamaha Saluto has really comfortable ergos. Upright handle bars, comfortable seat and properly positioned footpegs. Where it loses is the gear shifter and brake pedal. Pillion comfort is also good. ClYamaha Saluto has really comfortable ergos. Upright handle bars, comfortable seat and properly positioned footpegs. Where it loses is the gear shifter and brake pedal. Pillion comfort is also good. Claimed mileage is 78kmpl and top speed is 88 km/hr. Overall performance is good....Read More
answered by Tushar_Vijay on 28 January 2018
AMIYA_KUMAR_PAL asked a question on 16 September 2017
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Yes This gives more focusYes This gives more focus
answered by praveen_kumar_sakala on 18 February 2018
Frequently Asked Questions
Q.What is the price of Yamaha Saluto?
The starting price of Yamaha Saluto in top cities are:
The new Yamaha Saluto is powered by a new 125cc engine powered with Yamaha's trademark Blue Core technology. Tipping the scales at 112kg wet, the Saluto boasts of claimed fuel economy figures of 78kmpl.
Along with a front disc brake, the Yamaha Saluto disc brake variant also gets four new colours along with body graphics. The 125cc Yamaha Saluto with disc brake will cost Rs 2,500 more than the standard drum brake variant