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Rs. 59,880 - 61,580
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Yamaha Saluto Latest Updates

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 Price

The price of Yamaha Saluto starts at Rs. 59,880 and goes upto Rs. 61,580. Yamaha Saluto is offered in 2 variants - 125 and the top variant Saluto Disc Self and Alloy which comes at a price tag of Rs. 61,580.

Yamaha Saluto Variants Price List

Saluto 125
125 cc | 78 kmpl
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Saluto Disc Self and Alloy
125 cc | 78 kmpl
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  • Our Verdict

    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.

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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Saluto

Q. I NEED CORRECT FEEDBACK ABOUT YAMAHA SALUTO 125CC BIKE?
  • 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. The Saluto also gets new cycle parts. The single downtube diamond frame that uses the engine as a stressed member is lighter than before. The swingarm is new too and even though the suspension follows the same basic layout as older 125s - telescopic forks upfront and twin coil over dampers at the rear, these have been tuned differently to return a more comfortable ride; claims, we can only verify once we get to ride the motorcycle. But, yes, one thing is for certain, the Yamaha Saluto does have good seating ergonomics. Its commuter friendly tall and pulled back handlebar, forward set footpegs and a well padded seat that leads into a well shaped tank, do make for comfortable seating. Yamaha Saluto is well priced for a 125cc motorcycle. But, when one starts looking deeper, the lack of a disc brake option, the low power figure and the lack of any particular USP, do take away from that pricing advantage. As we see it then, the Yamaha Saluto must now prove its worth with the riding experience it delivers for it to be considered as a worthy alternative to the likes of the highly popular Honda Shine.
  • Saluto 125 is combination of power and comfort in its price segment.Powerful Yamaha engine offers great durability and the happy news it even if you rev through your riding life you don't have to keep taking the bike to service centers very often.the riding ergonomics of this bike is good with front seated foot pecks upright riding position which won't simply offer you a backpain. This simply is a ideal bike for heavy traffic city rides and for highway rides as well even with my very heavy use and high torque rev driving the bike offers me a 60+ km mileage (the bike is more than 3 years old and had run like 80000+ km )
  • I loved my experience on the Yamaha Saluto as I am not a speedster. In the economical section of bikes, it is one of the best bikes! Sad that it didn't generate interest from clients. It is a value for money bike and serves its purpose quite well.
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Q. I bought saluto just 20 days ago. Now i didn't get minimum mileage of 50 km/ l, highly disappointed. Will mileage increase after service Pls reply
  • At the initial level, the mileage will be low because a new bike takes time to accustom - the Engine, Piston, Fuel Lines all takes time to lubricate and initial mileage will be low. It generally takes upto 500 to 800 kms for your bike started to offer a better mileage. While at around 1000-1500kms distance when covered, mileage will be at its best and will stabilize which even gets better on oil change. It also depends on riding style and how the bike is maintained. In order to improve the mileage, we would suggest you to ride slower. Riding fast can reduce your fuel efficiency by up to 33% if you are travelling above 50 kmph. The tire pressure should be checked at least monthly because properly inflated tires can improve fuel efficiency by up to 3%.
  • It's new! Give it time. It won't fulfil the promise of 'A new broom sweeps well'. But it in the long run, you will love the experience. Let the bike steady itself. After 3000-4000 KM's or after first service, see the magic! But ride in the economy range, change gears properly, don't rev up the accelerator suddenly, if you actually want the best mileage.
  • No, 40-45 kmpl is what majorly you may get and other issues like wheel chain damage, brake replacement, speedometer wire cut, even side stand bending/damage may occur.
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Q. Is Yamaha Saluto is better than Shine in comparison to quality and durability.?
  • Shine is an accepted product because dimension and weight Wise it appears correct for the average rider. However Yamaha have tried to improve on this combination by giving you a little something extra. By way of comfort, riding feel, etc. Durability of their product too is top notch. Infact I believe that they will run for longer before asking for service. Once you use it you will realize that they are actually better. This is my finding based on my experiences. I would urge you now to find out for yourself.
  • Yes, it is .both are 125 cc but yamha saluto is light weight and good pickup then honda cine and a good mileage then cine.
  • Yes it does better on both counts. I can say this for sure as I have experienced both bikes as owner n rider.
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Q. What is the expectation of Saluto BS6 availability?
  • Please understand that as the new generation of bikes are revealed, they will do good for the environment but you end up paying for it. The bike remains the same. Let me give you another example. If one vendor is selling tomatoes at RS.25/- and the guy down the isle is selling the same tomatoes at RS.30/- would you be in a hurry to buy the more expensive ones ? Well that is your situation right now.
Q. What is the gear system of Yamaha Saluto?
  • Yamaha Saluto is powered by a single-cylinder, 125 cc air-cooled engine mated to a 4-speed manual transmission system.
Q. When will Yamaha Saluto BS6 will launch?
  • As of now, there is no official update available from the brand side. Stay tuned for further updates.
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Yamaha Saluto User Reviews

3.9 /5
88 Rating & 47 reviews
  • Mileage
    4.2/5
  • Performance
    4.0/5
  • Maintenance Cost
    4.0/5
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  • Comfort
    3.9/5
  • Features & Styling
    3.6/5

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  • 3.8

    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..

  • 4.6

    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.

  • 5.0

    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.

  • 5.0

    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.

  • 5.0

    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

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  • 5.0

    Very Nice this saluto bike.comfortable bike.

  • 5.0

    No.1 mailage bike use full.long tour sufficient bike.

  • 4.2

    Good performance and need led display for this type bike and tail light

  • 4.6

    Good bike with best mileagein125cc class

  • 3.0

    Nice vehicle but maintenance cost is high,best mileage compare to other vehicles in same segment.ok but no exchange price.

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Yamaha Saluto Expert Reviews

  • Yamaha Saluto vs Honda CB Shine: Comparison review
    Yamaha Saluto vs Honda CB Shine: Comparison review

    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

    Jul 20, 2015
  • Yamaha Saluto 125: First Ride Review
    Yamaha Saluto 125: First Ride Review

    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

    Jun 23, 2015
  • Yamaha Saluto : Detailed Review
    Yamaha Saluto : Detailed Review

    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

    Apr 17, 2015

Yamaha Saluto Colours

  • Matte Green
  • Armada Blue
  • Sparky Cyan
  • Brave Black

Yamaha Saluto Mileage

ARAI Claimed 78 kmpl
User Reported 60 kmpl

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