Yamaha Nepal comes up with a brand-new scooter consisting of remarkable fuel efficiency. The rising price of petrol has led all fuel-based vehicle companies to reexamine their fuel use. Especially for a country like Nepal where the roads are erratic, using EVs, mainly bikes and scooters is debatable. The consistency and efficiency of electric 2-wheelers are often questioned. This brings up the role of fuel-based 2-wheelers like Yamaha which aims to upgrade its models’ quality for an efficient, affordable ride. Yamaha Nepal has launched the Yamaha Ray ZR 125 FI with a BS-VI engine model allowing up to 58 km per liter mileage. This is the latest variant that incorporates a fully digital instrument cluster, thus, making it a smart scooter. As per the company’s claim, this scooter can help save more than 1,04,000 Nepali Rupees in three years due to its high mileage and fast pick-up facility.

Yamaha Ray ZR 125 FI

Yamaha Ray ZR 125 Specifications

Displacement125 cc
Fuel Tank Capacity5.2L
Battery12V, 5.0 Ah
Maximum Power6.0kW (8.2 PS)
Maximum Torque9.7 Nm
Bore52.4 mm
Stroke4 stroke
Valves per Cylinder2
Compression Ratio10.2:1
Fuel Delivery SystemFuel Injection
IgnitionTransistor Controlled Ignition (TCI), Stop and Start System (SSS), Smart Motor Generator (SMG) System
Cooling SystemAir Cooled
Transmission TypeV-belt automatic
Front/Rear Brake TypeUBS
Front Tyre Size90/90-12 Tubeless
Rear Tyre Size110/90-10 Tubeless
Front SuspensionTelescopic fork
Rear SuspensionUnit Swing
Length1880 mm
Width685 mm
Height1190 mm
Kerb Weight99 kg
Wheelbase1280 mm
Ground Clearance145 mm
Seat Height785 mm
Headlight Type12V, 35/35W x 1
Brake/Tail Light12V,21/5W x 1
Number of Colors available

Yamaha Ray ZR 125 FI Rivals

Yamaha Ray ZR 125 FI

TVS NTorq 125 garnered an enormous amount of hype for being one of the best scooters launched in Nepal. Certainly, the Ray ZR 125 FI will be best competing with this TVS scooter in the market.

Similarly, Honda Grazia, Aprilia SR 125, and Hero Maestro Edge-125 are the sorted rivals for this new version of Yamaha in the Nepali 2-wheeler market.

Yamaha Ray ZR 125 FI Price

Ray ZR 125 FI by Yamaha has become one of the most affordable scooter models in Nepal for the price. For both the drum as well as disc brake versions, the price is the same. It costs Nepali Rupees 2,69,900. Talking about the price of its market rivals, Honda Grazia’s price ranges from NRs. 2,37,900 to 2,99,900, while Aprilia SR 125 costs from NRs.2,71,900 to 2,78,900.