Fascino 125 sales have skyrocketed in February – it could be the second largest selling 125cc scooter in the market in the short month…
Yamaha has taken a big gamble by moving out of the 100-110cc scooter segment. Few months back, it announced the launch of new Fascino 125 and Ray-ZR 125 which will now take the baton for the brand ahead amidst falling sales for the brand.
In the month of February 2020, Yamaha Fascino registered total sales of 25,709 units which is a surprise gain of 72 percent over last February. Now, since the company said that the older Fascino will be retailed till March 2020, these numbers may include the 113cc scooter as well.
These figures are higher than TVS’ stellar seller Ntorq 125 which registered total sales of 22,804 units – a gain of 39 percent from its 16,370 units of February 2019. Since Honda does not reveal individual numbers of Activa 125, Fascino 125’s could be the second best figures in the 125cc scooter category. The topper Access 125 continued domination with numbers of 50,103 units (a growth of 4 percent).
Fascino 125 produces 8.2 PS of peak power and it also peaks 1000 rpm earlier. It churns 9.7 Nm of max torque which is a significant gain of 1.6 Nm over its 113cc versions. It is now fuel injected and has much better performance than before. You can read more details here.