2020 Yamaha Ray ZR 125 & Street Rally 125 BS6: Latest Prices

Street Rally 125

New Yamaha Ray ZR 125 price has risen by Rs 2800 in the last six months. There are three variants on offer…

Along with the new Fascino 125, Yamaha has also updated its Ray branded scooters quite comprehensively. These scoots retain the signature design theme but the styling has gone through a major change.

Both the Ray ZR 125 and the Street Rally 125 now come equipped with the bigger 125 cc, air cooled blue core engine which produces 8.2 PS of peak power at 6500 rpm and a maximum torque of 9.7 Nm at 5000 rpm. In comparison, the older 113cc Ray ZR churned 7.2 PS and 8.1 Nm. Both of them now feature fuel injection, in place of carburetor.

Power is up by 30 percent and also peaks in 1000 rpm earlier. These scoots are equipped with Stop & start system wherein the engine gets shut off after a three second halt and it can be brought to power again upon a twist of the throttle. With the use of this feature, Yamaha claims that these scooters become 16 percent more economical than their 113cc engined counterparts.

Both the Rays also get Unified Braking System (UBS) and are also shod with a smart motor generator (SMG) – which we have already seen on the Honda Activa 125 FI. Yamaha has also introduced the ‘side stand engine cut-off switch’ which doesn’t let the engine power on if the side stand remains engaged.

Yamaha Ray ZR 125 price
Yamaha Ray ZR 125

An interesting styling element of these scooters is the Y-shaped LED position light and the side blinkers at the front use individual mount stalks.

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Yamaha Ray ZR 125 Price History

VariantLaunch Price – Feb 20Price May 20Latest Price – Aug 20
Ray ZR 125 DrumRs 66,730Rs 67,530Rs 69,530
Ray ZR 125 DiscRs 69,730Rs 70,530Rs 72,530
Street Rally 125Rs 70,730Rs 71,530Rs 73,530

*all prices ex-showroom Delhi

When the 125 Ray was announced, it was Rs 12,000 costlier than the respective 110cc variant. However, Yamaha has announced two consecutive price hikes on these scooters and they have become costlier by Rs 2800 as compared to the first announced BS6 tags, which includes the latest hike of flat Rs 2000 this month.

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The new Yamaha Ray ZR 125 is offered in five dual shades of Dark Matte Blue, Cyan Blue, Matte Red Metallic, Reddish Yellow Cocktail and Metallic Black. The Street Rally is available in two colours – Sparkle Green and Deep Purplish Blue Metallic. There are minor differences between these two versions like the Street Rally gets Brush guards, knobby tyres etc.

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