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  • Q. Is there any option to re-color of Saluto which already I am using? Mine is red as other color bikes were not in stock in show-room. I am fan of Blue color.
    Hormazd
    Hormazd | 4 months ago

    Legally speaking you will have to endure the red colour only. There is however a provision in the RTO law but you have to apply for permission on a special form called VTVT.Only when they are satisfied with your reasons for change of colour will they grant you permission by way of endorsement on your bike registration.Following this only can you change your colour. I know it sounds difficult or even ridiculous but that is the way things stand.

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  • Q. Is there any fuel warning light - Saluto?
    Syed
    Syed | 2 weeks ago

    No, it only offers an analogue fuel meter

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  • Q. Sir, what is the best features and problems of the saluto as compared to others like honda cb shine, super splendor etc.
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    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. Thus, it is value for the money. At the price arround 54,000 the 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. Read more: Yamaha Saluto vs Honda CB Shine: Comparison review - https://bit.ly/2o5UVbR

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  • Q. Is it comfortable for 2 person - Saluto?
    Syed
    Syed | 2 weeks ago

    Its a good straight single seat which offers equal comfort to pillion as well as the rider.The riding ergonomics are is good for city rides but during long ride through city traffics may can give you a back ache for some.but as always when you get used to that position and things it will be ok

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  • Q. Please tell me whether it is compatible for me ride Yamaha Saluto as my height is 5.4?
    Harold
    Harold | 3 months ago

    Yes you can. But I would suggest against it. You may have a problem on the sides of roads where the roads tend to slope to the drains or in uneven surfaces with undulating road surface. For me, itss safety first. Why take risks when one can do without it? Better to have a bike in which you are not only comfortable but also confident on. I am 5.5 and the ball of my feet just manage to touch the ground level. I have got used to it as I sit quite upright with my body more vertical to the ground and thus making up for it. But I don't see many riders sitting upright while riding. Hence the suggestion against it. If you believe that you sit quite straight to add a fraction of an inch of beeing closer to the ground, go ahead.

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  • Q. Is it comfortable to ride in the traffic - Saluto?
    Harold
    Harold | 3 months ago

    Yes. Definitely. Very comfortable!

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  • Q. What about its shockers? seat is comfortable - Saluto?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    Saluto ticks all the right boxes with a comfortable ride and friendly, relaxed ergonomics. The suspension – telescopic fork at the front and rear swingarm shocks – is firm and does a good job of damping out undulations and small potholes. Even over broken roads, the suspension soaks up bumps quite impressively. It 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.

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  • Q. Any back pain will come after long run approximately 300km/day? It is most important to me. - Saluto?
    Syed
    Syed | 2 weeks ago

    Even though this is not a cruising bike it offers a great comfort in long rides if you don't push it too hard for higher speeds.and if you are a healthy regular rider highway cruising won't be a problem for you

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  • Q. Sir, what is the best features and problems of the saluto as compared to others like honda cb shine, super splendor etc.
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    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. Thus, it is value for the money. At the price arround 54,000 the 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. Read more: Yamaha Saluto vs Honda CB Shine: Comparison review - https://bit.ly/2o5UVbR

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