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  • Q. Which bike is best for engine and millege?
    Hormazd
    Hormazd | 7 months ago

    Most modern day machines are very refined as well as reasonably fuel efficient. Please understand that more power comes at the expense of fuel economy. So you must decide how much is just enough. At the end of the day people make their choice mostly on looks and the sound it makes. All other considerations go out the window. Hence different people are attracted to different machines.The market leader is Hero, followed by Honda, Bajaj and Yamaha in terms of sales. Other factors like service centre location, colour choice, etc are also important. Go to each dealer, sit on the bike or scooter you are attracted to. Get a feel of it. Request a test ride. Come home, ponder. Next day repeat with next showroom. Come home, ponder. Your mind and heart will eventually give you the answer you are seeking. It will differ from person to person and will be just right for that individual. So take your time and decide. That is the best way. Just following somebody's recommendation is not the answer.

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  • Q. I NEED CORRECT FEEDBACK ABOUT YAMAHA SALUTO 125CC BIKE?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 11 months 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. The Saluto also gets new cycle parts. The single downtube diamond frame that uses the engine as a stressed member is lighter than before. The swingarm is new too and even though the suspension follows the same basic layout as older 125s - telescopic forks upfront and twin coil over dampers at the rear, these have been tuned differently to return a more comfortable ride; claims, we can only verify once we get to ride the motorcycle. But, yes, one thing is for certain, the Yamaha Saluto 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. 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.

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  • Q. Which bike is better among Discover 125 cc and Saluto 125 cc, in respect to durability, power, and mileage?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 10 months ago

    Here, Bajaj Discover 125 would be a better pick. The 2018 Bajaj Discover 125 is powered by an updated 124.5cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled DTS-i engine that produces 11PS of power at 7500rpm and 11Nm of torque at 5500rpm. The bike features a 5-speed transmission. Bajaj sells the Discover 125 with the option of a front disc brake. The Discover 125 competes with the Honda CB Shine, the Hero Glamour, the Hero Super Splendor, the Bajaj V12 and the Yamaha Saluto.The 2018 Bajaj Discover 125 gets telescopic suspension at the front and gas-filled shock absorbers at the rear. The rear suspension also features Bajaj’s signature SnS (spring in spring) technology, which helps the Discover 125 tackle poor roads comfortably. Braking duties are handled by 130mm drums at both ends on the Discover 125 (drum) variant. For the Discover 125 (disc) variant, the front drum is replaced by a 200mm disc while the rear retains the drum setup. The disc variant should offer better braking compared to the drum version and complements the increased power output of the Discover’s 125cc engine. We would suggest you to take a test ride in order to clear your all doubts. Click on the given link to get your nearest dealership details: https://www.zigwheels.com/bikes/dealers

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  • Q. How is the pickup of this bike - Saluto?
    Syed
    Syed | 1 month ago

    The bike has city potential and it got power but lacks behind a bit in its pickup capacity comparing many other 125cc bike but compromises have to he done for that impressive mileage it offers

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  • Q. Is it suitable for hilly roads - Saluto?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 7 months ago

    Yamaha India isn’t known for its commuter bikes. Yamaha has established itself more as a manufacturer of sporty, high quality, aspirational bikes. Yamaha Saluto 125 is powered by an Air Cooled 125 cc 4stroke engine which produces the power of 8.3PS@7000 rpm. We would not suggest this bike for the hilly areas as it may lack on some of the steep uphills. we would suggest you take a test ride of the bike so that you may evaluate the bike on the basis of your outlook towards the ride quality and comfort. Please click on the link below to get more details about the Yamaha Saluto: https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/yamaha-saluto-125-first-ride-review/22307/

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  • Q. How is the bike in running - Saluto?
    Harold
    Harold | 4 months ago

    Good! I ride through the city as well as on the expressway. It tends to waver after 70 km/h. But at economy range, it is a dream ride. The only smoother bike I have been on is the Splendour in the 100 -125 cc segment. Remember, use the bike for the purpose it was designed. Usain Bolt tried Football and Cricket but didn't excel. Even Brock Lesnar tried MMA and wasn't successful. So don't expect an economy bike to race against a sports bike.

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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. Is there a manufacture problem in Saluto gear box? I found that more noise in down gear shifting, like 4 to 3 to 2 no of gears.
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 4 months ago

    We'd recommend you to visit the nearest authorized service centre for better assistance in this matter. Follow the link for the availability and select your city accordingly: https://www.zigwheels.com/bikes/dealers/Yamaha

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  • Q. I am using Honda Shine bike for past 6 years on this bike frequently found chain sound problem, so I have decided to change my vehicle, so suggest me to which is best milage, durability bike like Shine?
    Harold
    Harold | 4 months ago

    I too faced a similar problem with my Honda Shine. The chain often would turn loose. It is comparatively too thin. The shine is a good bike. But if you do want to go for a new one, I would suggest Saluto in the economy segment.

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  • Q. Which bike have Maximum Power Saluto or glamour?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    Hero Glamour delivers a better power of 11.69 PS/ 11 Nm as compare to Yamaha Saluto (8.3 PS/10.1 Nm). Click on the given link to compare both the bikes: https://www.zigwheels.com/bike-comparison/hero-moto-corp-glamour-2017-edition-vs-yamaha-saluto

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    Yamaha Saluto Dimension & Space FAQs

    Q. What is the wheel size of Yamaha Saluto?
    A. The wheel size of Yamaha Saluto is Front :-18 inch, Rear :-18 inch.
    Q. What is the tyre size of Yamaha Saluto?
    A. The tyre size of Yamaha Saluto is 80/100-18.
    Q. What is the seat height of Yamaha Saluto?
    A. The seat height of Yamaha Saluto is 805 mm.
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