2023 Yamaha Ray ZR 125 Fi Hybrid Launched in India: Top Highlights

Yamaha recently launched the 2023 Ray ZR 125 Fi Hybrid scooter in India. The 125cc single-cylinder engine in the all-new Ray ZR 125 model produces 10.3Nm of maximum torque at 5,000rpm and 8bhp of maximum power at 6,500rpm. It is, however, now E-20 fuel-compatible and OBD-II compliant.

By Reetika Bhatt | on February 23, 2023 Follow us on Autox Google News

The 2023 Yamaha Ray ZR 125 Fi Hybrid is an all-new scooter from Yamaha that combines the convenience of a petrol scooter with the efficiency of a hybrid powertrain. Along with the Fascino 125, the bike manufacturer has finally launched the updated Ray ZR in India. To comply with the updated emission norms, both scooters have undergone mechanical updates. Additionally, the company has made a few minor cosmetic changes to the bikes. It is important to note that Yamaha's entire 125cc scooter lineup is now E20 fuel- and OBD II-compliant. As we all know, OBD-II compliance will be implemented soon, and according to Yamaha, it wants to ensure that its products are ready for the upcoming change in emission standards. In fact, it was one of the first two-wheeler manufacturers in India to implement E20 compatibility and OBD-II compliance across its entire product line. Here are the top highlights of the newly updated Yamaha Ray ZR 125 Fi Hybrid.


The Ray ZR 125 Fi Hybrid is available from Yamaha in two variants: Standard and Rally. Here is the complete price list for all trims.

Model Price (ex-showroom)
Ray ZR Drum (Matte Red, Cyan Blue, and Metallic Black) Rs 82,730
Ray ZR Disc (Metallic Black, Matte Red, and Cyan Blue) Rs 88,530
Ray ZR Disc (Racing Blue and Dark Matte Blue) Rs 89,530
Ray ZR Street Rally (Matte Copper) Rs 92,530
Ray ZR Street Rally (Matte Black and Light Grey Vermillion) Rs 93,530

Exterior Styling

The updated Ray ZR 125 features a youthful design language, just like the 2022 edition. The LED lighting, sporty styling, front-facing small windscreen, and handle guards have all been carried over. The bikemaker has provided new colour options for the Ray ZR in addition to the mechanical changes. It is now offered in Light Grey Vermillion and Matte Black shades as well. Further, the Ray ZR 125 Fi Hybrid's disc and drum versions now have new graphics in their original Matte Red, Metallic Black, and Cyan Blue hues.

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Mechanical Specifications

The all-new Ray ZR 125 model utilises the same 125cc single-cylinder engine, which produces 8bhp of maximum power at 6,500rpm and a peak torque of 10.3Nm at 5,000rpm. However, it is currently E-20 fuel-compatible and OBD-II compliant. Moreover, the scooter can now monitor emissions in real-time thanks to the newly added OBD-II sensor.


The Ray ZR 125 Fi Hybrid has a single rear shock and conventional telescopic front forks from Yamaha. The base model's braking system consists of 130mm drum brakes on both ends, while the top-of-the-line model has a 190mm front disc and 130mm rear drum. It has 90/90 front and 110/90 rear tyres on 12-inch front and 10-inch rear wheels. It comes with a 21-litre under-seat storage space and a 5.2-litre fuel tank.

Also Read: Yamaha Ray ZR 125, Track Test


In addition to LED lighting, the Ray ZR 125 has smartphone connectivity. It can be accessed through the Yamaha Y-Connect application and shows a rider ranking, revs dashboard, last parking location, malfunction notification, and fuel consumption tracker. The Ray ZR range also includes other impressive extras like the Smart Motor Generator and the Power Assist system. A linear power delivery is made possible by the aforementioned machinery working together. Besides this, you get a combined braking system for the rider aids as well as a side stand cut-off.

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