• Q. How to drive long distance 500 km in one day - Ray-ZR 125?

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    Abhik | 7 months ago

    You can not only drive 500 km but also more than that. But the thing is as the vehicle is a VBelt drive system you will have to give in a drive break of 30 mins post every 100 kms of run, if not your VBelt may harden and break off.

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    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    Riding for 500 kilometres continuously would not be a good idea, specially with a 125cc scooter. You may ride the scooter at nominal speeds and by taking regular intervals and keeping your health in check.

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    Dodarsinkere | 1 year ago

    Take a break for every 60km for atleast 10 min so that engine will be healthy

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  • 4.6

    The best bike in the segment. The mileage is nearly got 45-48kmpl. It's an excellent pickup, comfort, and breaking is honestly I like it so much.

  • 4.2

    The performance of the scooter is amazing as it is lightweight. It gains quick acceleration providing excellent mileage simultaneously. But also due to its lightweight, it bounces too much on potholes and speed bumps. But it's worth buying as its maintenance cost and fuel efficiency are great.

  • 2.6

    Bike sounds a lot at the front side.And extra sound nearby engine.It has an extravagent noise.

  • 5.0

    Nice one from yamaha

  • 4.2

    Brake & engine performance is excellent very smooth engine comfort -- good not excellentmaintenance - highseat is very comfortable

  • 3.4

    After one year used, it is my personal experience, it's not the fittest scooter for Indian road and weather. Mostly in the rainy season started the problem with little rainwater or mud. Which is very common in the Indian climate. Its air filter needs to change every two months. Otherwise, its mileage will be decreased. So my opinion it's good for style or occasionally uses, but not fittest for ruff use. Yamaha company should need immediate modify this scooter. Otherwise, it's buy-in India just west of money.

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