This question will have quite a variable answer depending upon the brand's availability at different regions and states. However, I may add that it depends on the manner of riding to an extent. All engine oils serve the same purpose. If you ride sensibly, all engine oils do perform well.
Zigwheels | 1 year ago
The best engine oil for Yamaha is Saluto SL 10 W40.
Q. If I use Motul 20w40 in Yamaha Saluto instead of 10w4o sl/MA will it damage the engine?
Zigwheels | 4 months ago
If you use other oil in your bike rather than the recommended one, it could result in the formation of deposits on the piston crowns as well as the valve train. Bike oil, on the other hand, used for both the engine and the gearbox. They are therefore uniquely formulated to offer protection for engine components and the gears. For further assistance, we would suggest you walk into the nearest service centres as they will be better people to assist you. You can click on the following link to see the details of the nearest service centres and selecting your city accordingly - Service centre.
| 1 month ago
Motul or servo or hp racer of 20w40 grade will be best for saluto in ambient temperatures throughout the year in India.
| 3 months ago
You can choose Motul if you like but you cannot change the grade of oil.
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Q. Which bike is best for engine and millege?
| 1 year 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.
| 8 months ago
Yamaha for Engine. mileage depends on the power and cc bike you choose. All in all, I'm quite proud of my Yamaha Saluto in terms of service, ride pleasure, mileage and maintenance.
Q. I NEED CORRECT FEEDBACK ABOUT YAMAHA SALUTO 125CC BIKE?
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. 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.
| 6 months ago
Saluto 125 is combination of power and comfort in its price segment.Powerful Yamaha engine offers great durability and the happy news it even if you rev through your riding life you don't have to keep taking the bike to service centers very often.the riding ergonomics of this bike is good with front seated foot pecks upright riding position which won't simply offer you a backpain. This simply is a ideal bike for heavy traffic city rides and for highway rides as well even with my very heavy use and high torque rev driving the bike offers me a 60+ km mileage (the bike is more than 3 years old and had run like 80000+ km )
| 9 months ago
I loved my experience on the Yamaha Saluto as I am not a speedster. In the economical section of bikes, it is one of the best bikes! Sad that it didn't generate interest from clients. It is a value for money bike and serves its purpose quite well.