Yamaha Ray ZR 125 Summary
|Max Power||7.9 bhp @ 6,500|
Yamaha Ray ZR 125 Variants Price List
Yamaha Ray ZR 125 prices starts at ₹ 67,060 (Avg. Ex-Showroom Price) in India. Yamaha Ray ZR 125 is available in 3 variants - Drum, Street Rally, Disc and 7 colours.
|Ray ZR 125 Drum||₹ 67,060|
|Ray ZR 125 Street Rally||₹ 71,060|
|Ray ZR 125 Disc||₹ 70,060|
Yamaha Ray ZR 125 Colours
- Metallic Black
- Cyan Blue
- Purplish Blue Metallic
- Sparkle Green
- Dark Matt Blue
- Reddish Yellow Cocktail
- Matt Red Metallic
Yamaha Ray ZR 125 Mileage
The Yamaha Ray ZR 125 Mileage is 66 kmpl.
Yamaha Ray ZR 125 Highlights
Apart from its name, the Yamaha Ray ZR 125 is a completely new scooter. It is, essentially, a sportier alternative to the Fascino 125. It looks quite striking too! The front cowl now houses a Y-shaped LED DRL and a small windscreen embedded within. The headlamp is still present in the front apron, but sadly, it still remains to be powered by a halogen bulb. Keeping with the rest of the design, the side profile is quite sporty too. This is where the Ray ZR 125 differentiates itself from the Street Rally version, for the latter comes equipped with hand guards and block pattern tyres. Rim stripes and a red-painted monoshock are also exclusive to the Street Rally variant. The Ray ZR now also comes with black-painted alloy wheels, which are standard across the range. At the rear, the new taillamp also looks quite appealing.
The Yamaha Ray ZR 125 is based on the same platform as the Yamaha Fascino 125. While the Fascino 125’s design is minimalistic, the Ray ZR 125’s design is on the sportier side. Dimension-wise, the Yamaha Ray ZR 125 is 1,880mm in length, 685mm in width, and 1,190mm in height. It has a ground clearance of 145mm and a wheelbase of 1,280mm. The kerb weight is 99kg. For detailed Yamaha Ray ZR 125 images, click on the images section above.
Engine & Transmission
It doesn’t come as a surprise that the Yamaha Ray ZR 125 shares its powertrain with the Fascino 125. Therefore, it is powered by an all-new 125cc fuel-injected BS-VI compliant motor rather than the old’s scooter’s BS-IV compliant carburettor mill. It is capable of churning out 7.9bhp and 9.7Nm of torque, and it is mated to a CVT automatic gearbox.
On the hardware front, the Yamaha Ray ZR 125 new model features an all-new suspension setup, comprising a new telescopic fork and a rear shock. It also features an all-new frame which makes it about 4kg lighter than the model it replaces. The stopping power comes from drum brakes at both ends, as standard. A front-disc is also a part of the equipment list in the top-end variants. The 12-inch wheel at the front is shod with a 90/90-12 tyre and the 10-inch wheel at the rear is shod with 110/90-10 tyre.
The new Yamaha Ray ZR 125 is miles ahead of the older one in terms of features. For instance, the Yamaha Ray ZR new model gets a fully-digital instrument cluster – replacing the older scooters’ analogue unit – which is good for a number of rider-centric information. On the lighting front, though, the scooter still misses out on LEDs for the headlamp as well as taillamp. For safety, it comes with UBS – Yamaha’s version of CBS – as standard.
Price & Variants
The Yamaha Ray ZR is available in three variants. The Yamaha Ray ZR 125 price (as of early-2020) is ₹66,730 for the Drum variant, ₹69,730 for the Disc variant, and ₹70,730 for the Street Rally variant (all prices ex-showroom, Delhi). For the variant wise Yamaha Ray ZR 125 on-road prices, visit our prices section.
The Yamaha Ray ZR 125 lock horns with the TVS Ntorq 125, Suzuki Access 125, Honda Activa 125, and Hero Maestro Edge 125 in the Indian market.