Specifications Summary of Saluto RX
|Mileage :||82 Kmpl|
|Engine Displ. :||110 cc|
|Brakes Front :||Drum|
|Power :||7.5 PS @ 7000 rpm|
|Kerb Weight :||99 Kg|
|Starting :||Kick and Self Start|
|Wheels Type :||Alloy|
|Tyre Type :||Tubeless|
|Digital Fuel Indicator :||no|
|Standard Warranty (Years) :||2|
Latest On Yamaha Saluto RX
Along with its older sibling, the Saluto RX has also been updated with UBS (Unified Braking System). For the new update, it is now priced at Rs 52,000 for the red, matte green and blue colour option, while the ‘Darknight’ black option is Rs 1,000 dearer. Just like the Saluto 125, the non-UBS variant of the Saluto RX has been discontinued from the market.
Yamaha Saluto RX Price
Yamaha Saluto RX prices start at Rs. 48,221 (Ex-Showroom). Yamaha Saluto RX is available in 1 variants and 4 colours.
Saluto RX Variants Price List
Yamaha Saluto RX Mileage
The claimed ARAI mileage for the Yamaha Saluto RX petrol is 82 kmpl.
Editor's View of Yamaha Saluto RX
All new Blue Core engine, fuel economy styling
Yamaha reputation in commuter segment, no disc even as an option
Yamaha has made an all new 110cc engine for the Saluto RX and now has a bike in the commuter segment. It claims 82kmpl of mileage. The bike is targeted towards the youth in the smaller towns and cities but will face stiff competition from Honda and Hero.
Top Competitors of Saluto RX
Saluto RX Questions and Answers
Q. Mileage and pickup difference between old bike and new bike
Q. Is it better than Hero HF Deluxe?
Q. How about the mileage, maintenance and handling in city condition?
Ask a question from Saluto RX owners40+ Saluto RX Owners and Experts to help you
Yamaha Saluto RX Colours
Yamaha Saluto RX Videos
Yamaha Saluto RX Highlights
Design and Features
Designed for the masses, the Yamaha Saluto RX is an entry level commuter. It is designed for customers looking for a stylish, reliable and low-maintenance bike that s now only affordable but also light on packet. On the design front, the Saluto RX gets a V-shaped headlight with a sharp looking cowl that’s in sync with the stylish yet masculine fuel tank. To add more freshness to the design, Yamaha has offered it with striking new colours - Grey, Blue, Matte Black, Black and Red. The black plastic panel running down the centre, gives it a premium look. And to balance the same the side panels are finished black too, with silver accents that gel with the engine colour. The Yamaha Saluto RX gets a basic, easy-to-read analogue instrument console that offers readouts like - speedometer, fuel gauge, tripmeter and neutral gear indicator.
Mated to a 4-speed gearbox, the Yamaha Saluto RX is powered by a 110cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled power plant that produces peak power output of 7.5PS at 7000rpm, with maximum torque of 8.5Nm produced at 4500rpm. For the Saluto RX, Yamaha claims a fuel efficiency figure of 82 kmpl. The Yamaha Saluto RX tips the scale at just 98kg. The Saluto RX uses a diamond-type frame with conventional telescopic forks up front and twin shock absorbers with preload adjustability, at the rear. Braking is managed by 130mm drum brakes at both ends, while the 17-inch alloy wheels come wrapped with tubeless 2.75-inch front and a 3.00-inch rear tyre. The seat height of 785mm ensured that its accessible to most, while the ground clearance offered is 175mm.
Bajaj Discover 110: The Bajaj Discover 110, comes across as a strong value proposition as it gets features like LED DRLs and a semi-digital instrument console, which is impressive at this price point.
From a commuter standpoint, it does feel refined and offers a bit more pep to tackle the city. Not only that, the impressive tractability on offer and the comfort provided over the worst of road conditions makes it an ideal commuter. Overall, it offers a good balance between affordability and aspirational value.
Hero Splendor iSmart 110: The Hero commuter gets a 109cc engine that puts out 9.5PS of power and 9Nm of torque. It looks and rides a lot like the Honda Livo and since Hero is a more prominent name in the commuter segment, it is a fit rival for the same. However, the mileage on offer is low with 58kmpl in the city and 61kmpl on the highway.
TVS Victor: The TVS Victor is TVS' premium offering in the commuter range. It comes with a 109.7cc engine that churns out 9.6PS of power and 9.4Nm of torque. It offers a slightly better mileage than the CD 110 at 72kmpl (claimed). The bike gets a drum brake at the front and a 240mm disc at the rear. The Victor offers a front disc brake as an optional extra.
Honda CD 110: The Honda CD 110 is a good entry-level option and the most affordable 110c offering from Honda. The bike is BS-IV compliant and gets features like Automatic Headlight On, along with a low-maintenance battery and filter.
At Rs 47,721, the Yamaha Saluto RX is the most affordable commuter on offer, in the competition here. It’s also the the only model two be available in just one variant. While it's not the go to product for most riders out there, it is worth the consideration. Specially with the highest company claimed mileage of 82kmpl, which is is strongest point over the others in its segment.
Yamaha Saluto RX Images
Yamaha Saluto RX News
Yamaha Saluto RX User Review
Features & Styling3.7
Best bike in his class,I love to driveUses this bike for : Daily Commute
Gets mileage of : 80 kmpl
Best Mileage Bikes in India
Bajaj Platina Comfortec
115 cc | 104 kmpl
Bajaj CT 100
99 cc | 99 kmpl
100 cc | 95 kmpl
Hero Splendor PRO
97 cc | 90 kmpl
TVS Star City Plus
110 cc | 86 kmpl
107 cc | 85 kmpl
Hero HF Deluxe
97 cc | 82 kmpl
Hero HF Dawn
97 cc | 82 kmpl
Hero HF Deluxe Eco
97 cc | 82 kmpl
Yamaha Saluto RX
110 cc | 82 kmpl
Be the first to know about latest offers on Saluto RX in your city. Click Allow