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  • Q. Which colour is best in Yamaha RayZR 125?
    Abhijit
    Abhijit | 5 months ago

    Purplish blue metallic

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  • Q. Does Yamaha Ray-ZR 125 street rally have guards and fog light inbuilt?
    Vishal
    Vishal | 10 months ago

    No, I bought the street rally version, they didnot provide it inbuilt.

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  • Q. What is knuckle guard in Yamaha rayzr 125 cc street rally?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 7 months ago

    The knuckle guards are used on a bike for multiple purposes such as stopping the wind hitting directly on your hands, stop bushes and tree branches from hitting your hands while going off-road, protect your hands in case of a accident and lastly, it looks cool. Yamaha Ray ZR Street Rally 125 edition also comes equipped with knuckle guards and unlike the previous model where the guards were integrated in the body, it gets a separate unit.

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    Yamaha Ray-ZR 125 Overview

    RayZR 125 User Reviews

    4.2 /5
    372 reviews
    • Performance
      4.4/5
    • Mileage
      4.1/5
    • Comfort
      4.3/5
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    • Maintenance Cost
      4.1/5
    • Features & Styling
      4.3/5

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    • 3.8

      Good condition and perfect mileage is the best option and midle claas and job persons good this scooty

    • 2.6

      Cheated on mileage company claims 66kmpl but it gives 38-40kmpl 😩riding comfort was goodbrakes were awesome ubs disk brakes.

    • 3.4

      awesome scoty i have ever seen 😳.Mileage is very good &the sitting posture is osm.Lwpwhsisishsiekeike.

    • 5.0

      mileage is super.Friendly driving.Comfort to use.Nice to drive.Maintenance cost also low nice vehicle recommend to all.

    • 5.0

      This is the waste why because the coustmer care will be not Solveig any problems so, please friends didn't buy the ray zr Street rally 125

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    • 4.6

      it's a nice scooter with peppy engine and performance oriented with happy mileage.main pros of this scooter is its refinement and smoothness of the engine and design it gains lots of attention from public and silent start mechanism is great I loved it.and it can reach upto 80km/hr easily without any stress on the engine and no vibration till 80km/hr.after that you will feel like sitting on royal Enfield with heavy vibration and more stress on the engine.mileage:-47kmpl ,maximum speed:-40 to 50 km in city and got 53kmpl on highway speed :-60km with shell petrol before first service and after service I may get around 50kmpl in city and 60kmpl on highways cons :- digital display is waste with no features,no clock ,led doesn't matters has it has a good wide spread of halogen light during nightime so no worries for led overall it's a good scooter with sufficient torq and power and satisfying mileage and its power to weight ratio is superb you can beat ntorq access in city limit from 0-70km after that it looses to its rivals as it lacks of top end performance

    • 4.6

      I bought the street rally version 20 days (approx) before. Wonderful riding experience. Due to lockdown, till now I have done 150km approx. Regarding mileage - It took 1.5 litres pertrol for exact 100km (measured using trip metre). Under seat storageis little less as it can not fit full size (M) helmet in it. Breaking is good. I don't know what is the prob. but the seat cover provided by the company doesn't allow the seat to lock and you have to adjust the seat to lock it. I will make it check during 1st service. Accelerator is little hard and you may face wrist pain on above 15km ride(That can be fixed in service centre). Even tough it doesn't have led headlight, you will not face any issue. Engine is smooth. The Street Rally Cyanblue looks awesome and attracts many riders in traffic.

    • 4.6

      I bought the street rally version 20 days (approx) before. Wonderful riding experience. Due to lockdown, till now I have done 150km approx. Regarding mileage - It took 1.5 litres pertrol for exact 100km (measured using trip metre). Under seat storageis little less as it can not fit full size (M) helmet in it. Breaking is good. I don't know what is the prob. but the seat cover provided by the company doesn't allow the seat to lock and you have to adjust the seat to lock it. I will make it check during 1st service. Accelerator is little hard and you may face wrist pain on above 15km ride(That can be fixed in service centre). Even tough it doesn't have led headlight, you will not face any issue. Engine is smooth. The Street Rally Cyanblue looks awesome and attracts many riders in traffic.

    • 3.0

      First of all Design make difference and look nice. but petrol mileage is 44 kmpl which is real and many other people showing fake mileage around 60 .i use this scoty daily so i share my experience here. BS 6 feature with design only...and no other new feature which other companies gives more than this like it has normal meter other companies give digital meter and many new features .

    • 3.0

      Very poor in suspension ; only for good road its ok ; huge shocks getting in hand while driving ; i can say there is no suspension in this scooter ; for daily usage - for 50km don't buy it; performance and others ok; seat cushion and suspension is very very worst.For good suspension need go with other scooter like jupiter or honda or suzuki ;.

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