Yamaha Ray ZR 125, Ray ZR 125 Street Rally launched from Rs 66,730

    The Ray ZR 125 is available in two variants - drum- and disc-brake models, while the Street Rally is only available with a disc brake. Click for more.

    Published On Feb 04, 2020 06:43:00 PM


    Yamaha has just launched its BS6-compliant Ray ZR 125 and Ray ZR 125 Street Rally scooters. The Ray ZR 125 is available in two variants – drum (Rs 66,730) and disc (Rs 69,730), while the Ray ZR 125 Street Rally is only available with a disc brake at Rs 70,730.

    Compared to the drum-brake variant of the BS4 110cc Ray ZR, the new 125cc model costs Rs 11,849 more. This increase is justifiable, considering just how big an update the new model is. 

    The outgoing Yamaha Ray ZR and its variants are powered by a 113cc, single-cylinder, carburetted engine that produces peak output figures of 7.2hp and 8.1Nm of torque. Meanwhile, the new Ray ZR 125s are powered by a 125cc, single-cylinder unit that is fuel-injected and BS6-compliant.

    The updated model's output figures are 8.2hp/9.7Nm, and this should result in a noticeable improvement in performance. Yamaha has also claimed that the new engine is 16 percent more fuel efficient (at 58kpl) in its tests as per the WMTC (World Motorcycle Test Cycle) which includes start-up, acceleration and deceleration.

    The Ray ZR 125 has also been equipped with a quiet engine-start system and a stop/start system, both of which we’ve seen on the recently launched BS6 Honda Activa 125. The Street Rally also includes other features like a new digital instrument cluster, and a wider 110-section rear tyre. The new Ray ZR125s feature a beefier design and the Street Rally variant also comes with a host of accessories including a front and rear crash guard.

    (All prices, ex-showroom Delhi.)

    Also see:

    Yamaha Ray ZR 125 Fi: A close look

    Yamaha to focus on 125cc scooters

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