Yamaha Ray

Yamaha Offers 2 Ray models in India. Yamaha Ray Z is the lowest priced model at Rs. 50,817 (Ex-Showroom) and Yamaha Ray ZR is the highest priced model at Rs. 53,451 (Ex-Showroom). Yamaha's efforts to tap the potential of scooter market in India culminated into the launch of the Ray scooter series. With edgy styling and a peppy 113cc engine producing 7.1PS of power and 8.1Nm of torque, the scooter is an ideal city runabout. The smooth variomatic transmission makes the scooter fun to ride and blue core technology ensures the scooter is fuel efficient as well. The claimed mileage stands at 43kmpl and another variant, with disc brake, aggressive styling called the Ray ZR is also available for those who are looking for more pizazz in their scooter.

Yamaha Ray Price

Yamaha Ray price starts at Rs. 52,247 for the cheapest model Ray Z with a 113 cc engine claiming mileage of 66 kmpl and goes up to Rs. 54,881 for the top model Ray ZR with a 113 cc engine claiming mileage of 66 kmpl. Yamaha offers a series of 2 new Ray models in India. Ray ZR (Rs. 54,881) and Ray Z (Rs. 52,247) are among the popular scooters from this Yamaha Ray scooter family. Select a Ray scooter to know the latest offers in your city, prices, variants, specifications, pictures, mileage and reviews.

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Recently Asked User Questions about Yamaha Ray

Q. What is the back tyre size of Yamaha Ray Z?
  • Approximately same size of the Dio
Q. Does Yamaha Ray ZR comes with Led headlight and DLR
  • BS6 zr comes with DLR with Y insignia.. but headlamp continues older halogen unit
Q. When the Yamaha Ray ZR BS6 scooter will be available?
  • So far, the brand has not passed any official announcement regarding the launch date of the scooter but it is expected in Feb 2020.
  • Yes, wait for more sporty design with better FI 125cc engine
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Yamaha Ray Expert Reviews

  • Yamaha Cygnus Ray-ZR: Review
    Yamaha Cygnus Ray-ZR: Review

    We lay our hands on the bad boy of Yamaha scooters to find out whether it lives up to its billing or not

    Sep 16, 2016
  • Yamaha Ray Z : First Ride
    Yamaha Ray Z : First Ride

    First it was girls who were the target of Yamaha's fancies to sell scooters to, now it's the boys. So does the Ray Z have what it takes to live up to its feminine counterpart?

    Jun 6, 2013

Yamaha Ray User Reviews

  • Ray ZR
    206 ratings
    Ray ZR

    This moped has both Postive and Negative performance. Positive:1. Good Power 2. No Vibration on High speed. You can go up to 80kms without vibration 3. Good Handling & Breaking system. Disc works perfectly and stops quickly when required 4. Stylish and good boot space 5. Nice road Grip and Tyres provided by Yamaha ...Negative:1. Mileage is very poor. It gives 30-35km per ltr, Where they say 66km per ltr in the advertisement. 2. No Good Initial pick up. Takes times for pick up 3. If you are not riding your vehicle for 2 days it is very difficult to start and takes a lot of time for initial pick up.For Indian customers, Yamaha should look for Mileage so that they can acquire the market in Mopeds and make customers happy.

    Praveen 9 months ago
    Ray ZR User Reviews
  • Ray Z
    137 ratings
    Ray Z

    As this is a scooter it's not too good for For my use , because I am working as Marketing Professional. It's mileage is between 38-40kmpl which is moderate. Looking to comfort level and performance it's best budget scooter. Engine durability is very powerful as compared other scooter.As a scooter it's best as per my experience but I don't recommend it for marketing purposes.But it's very good build quality and speed and comfortable..

    Partha 10 months ago
    Ray Z User Reviews

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