Yamaha is a bike manufacturer in India and sells Scooters bikes in the price range Rs. 52,247 to Rs. 70,730 through its authorized dealer showrooms across India.
Yamaha Scooter PriceYamaha scooters price starts at Rs. 52,247 for the cheapest scooter Ray Z and goes up to Rs. 70,730 for the top model Yamaha RayZR 125. Yamaha offers 6 new scooter models in India. Fascino (Rs. 56,023), Fascino 125 (Rs. 66,430) and Ray ZR (Rs. 54,881) are among the popular scooters from Yamaha. In the year 2020/2021, Yamaha is going to launch 1 new models in India. Select a Yamaha scooter to know the latest offers in your city, prices, variants, specifications, pictures, mileage and reviews.
Yamaha Scooters in India
Recently Asked User Questions about Yamaha
- Yamaha MT-15 BS6 is already been launched in India. So, in order to book/purchase the bike, you may contact the nearest authorised dealership.
- Surely, the Yamaha MT-15 will be comfortable for pillion riders. The seat is not too high and will not be uneasy to sit on it.
- No, the Yamaha YZF R15 V3 is not equipped with upside-down suspension.
Yamaha User Reviews
Some or other body parts breaking. First the battery failed exactly a week after the warranty, when we gave it for service just a month before itself the battery was not good. In spite of complaining about that to the service center they said it is all good. Within 15 days it failed. The side view mirrors always in loose condition. The design itself is horrible, even if a child touches the mirror it will get loose.Chock is another nonsense they have in this vehicle. Within 6 months they forced us to change the cable / chock parts 3 times. Every time when we go for service we have to hear a nasty lecture how to maintain the vehicle before they bill 1000 rupees.NOT GOOD FOR LADIES - IF YOU WISH IT SHOULD RUN WITH ONE OR TWO VISITS IN A YEAR TO SERVICE CENTER. BE PREPARED TO VISIT SERVICE CENTER EVERY MONTH. Being the 2nd costliest vehicle in the market the performance is not satisfying.RAMANATHAN 10 months ago
Fascino 1254.227 ratings
Iam using facino 110cc almost 4.5yrs complete iam very happy to have that now i will replace with facino 125cc Insha AllahMubeen 2 months ago
Ray ZR4.1205 ratings
This moped has both Postive and Negative performance. Positive:1. Good Power 2. No Vibration on High speed. You can go up to 80kms without vibration 3. Good Handling & Breaking system. Disc works perfectly and stops quickly when required 4. Stylish and good boot space 5. Nice road Grip and Tyres provided by Yamaha ...Negative:1. Mileage is very poor. It gives 30-35km per ltr, Where they say 66km per ltr in the advertisement. 2. No Good Initial pick up. Takes times for pick up 3. If you are not riding your vehicle for 2 days it is very difficult to start and takes a lot of time for initial pick up.For Indian customers, Yamaha should look for Mileage so that they can acquire the market in Mopeds and make customers happy.Praveen 9 months ago
Ray Z4.0136 ratings
As this is a scooter it's not too good for For my use , because I am working as Marketing Professional. It's mileage is between 38-40kmpl which is moderate. Looking to comfort level and performance it's best budget scooter. Engine durability is very powerful as compared other scooter.As a scooter it's best as per my experience but I don't recommend it for marketing purposes.But it's very good build quality and speed and comfortable..Partha 10 months ago
Not worth for the cost, All outside parts are fiber materials, kick start was frequently not working properly even though after 3more service, no mileage as expected only giving 30-35km, battery was very worst, key was frequently not working, brakes was not working properly, frequently skidding, the scooter was not safe if you ride more than 40km/hrs.V 1 month ago
Yamaha Bikes Expert Reviews
Yamaha FZ-S Fi V3.0 vs TVS Apache RTR 160 4V: Comparison Review
Is the new FZ doing enough to one-up what we believe is the clear benchmark in the sporty 150-160cc segment?Jul 30, 2019 | By Team ZigWheels
Yamaha MT-15 Road Test Review
You would have to look at the 200s if you if you are looking for your first performance naked. But Yamaha now finally has an alternative which might not win a game of trumps, but is an absolute joy inside the city. Is that enough to threaten the 200s’ territory?Jul 24, 2019 | By Team ZigWheels
Yamaha MT-15 First Ride Review
Is the MT-15 just another 150cc commuter, or is it a pukka little streetfighter worthy of the MT monicker?Mar 16, 2019 | By Team ZigWheels
Yamaha FZ25: 5500km Long Term Review
Our long-term FZ25 came back after a major repair just in time for the monsoons. Were the rain Gods kind enough?Aug 3, 2018 | By Kanaad Chatterjee
Yamaha R15 v3.0 Road Test Review
Does the new R15 manage to stay relevant in this age of high-performance entry-level motorcycles?Jun 23, 2018 | By Team ZigWheels
Yamaha R15 V3.0 Is Awesome: True Or False?
We expect great things from the new R15 V3.0. But what direction is the third gen of this Yamaha taking? Racier, friendlier, or both?Mar 14, 2018 | By Team ZigWheels
Yamaha Bikes News Updates
Yamaha MT-15 BS6 Reaches Dealerships
The updated BS6 motorcycle gets a new colour and revised pricingFeb 20, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
Here’s All The Biking News You Might’ve Missed This Week
Two-wheelers might’ve shied away from Auto Expo 2020 but even then, quite a lot happened in the week that just went by. Here’s our weekly recap.Feb 8, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
Yamaha’s All-new Ray ZR 125 FI And Ray ZR Street Rally 125 FI Prices Announced
The new scooters get a new 125cc BS6 motorFeb 5, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
Yamaha Unveils Next-Gen FZ 25 BS6 And FZS 25 BS6
For 2020, Yamaha’s 250cc motorcycle get a new look and a new premium iterationFeb 4, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
Yamaha Has Launched The Greener MT-15
Power output is down, prices are upFeb 4, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
Yamaha Fascino 125 Fi: Your Questions Answered
Here are the top questions that may still be lingering in your mind about Yamaha’s 125cc scooterJan 23, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels