Yamaha Ray ZR 125 is one of the most popular scooters available in Nepal. It gives thrilling performance and a lightweight body in comparison to its earlier models.
The official distributor of this scooter in Nepal is MAW Enterprises. Moreover, they brought it with a BS6-compliant engine and fuel injection (FI) technology.
As for the cost, Ray ZR 125 price in Nepal is Rs. 2,54,900-Rs. 2,71,900.
Let's take a closer look at it, including its key features and complete specifications.
Yamaha Ray ZR 125 Overview
Yamaha Ray ZR is a scooter designed with the concept of ‘Armored Energy’. It is a combination of better fuel efficiency and the fastest pickup.
Talking about the looks, Yamaha Ray ZR 125 has a stealthy look with tough-looking headlights. It consists of LED positioning light and a two-level seat that gives you more comfort to the rider as well as a better view of the pillion.
Along with that it comes with a fully digital instrument cluster that provides information like speed, and fuel as well as various indicators for malfunctioning.
Additionally, it is available in 5 different colors: Matt-Red Metallic, Reddish-Yellow Cocktail, Dark Matte Blue, Matte Black and Cyan Blue.
The Ray ZR comes with a 125cc, air-cooled engine having 4-stroke and 2-valve cylinders. It gives peak power of 8.2 PS at 6500 RPM and 9.7 Nm of maximum torque at 5000 RPM.
As per the company, this scooter comes with a boost of 30% power and an increase in mileage by 13%. It also gets Fuel Injection (FI) technology with BS6 emission norms.
It has a Transistor Controlled Ignition (TCI) and V-belt automatic transmission. Furthermore, it has both self and kick start.
Talking about its dimensions, The ZR has a length of 1,880 mm, width of 685mm, and height of 1,190 mm. The kerb weight is measured at 99 kg making it the lightest scooter in the segment.
The company has also expanded the wheelbase to 1280 mm, providing the scooter more stability. The ground clearance is 145 mm.
Moreover, it comes with a 5.2-litre fuel tank and a 21-liter under-seat storage compartment.
The BS6 Yamaha Ray ZR is designed with standard telescopic forks in the front and a Unit Swing in the rear.
Talking about the braking system, it comes with a disc brake at the front for both variants. Similarly, there is a drum and disc rear brake in drum and disc variants respectively.
It has a UBS braking system as a safety feature. Additionally, it gets tubeless tyres of 90/90 section and 110/90 section at the front and the rear.
In terms of features, the Yamaha Ray ZR comes with a side stand engine cut-off switch and smart motor-generator. It also comes with a start and stop system that helps to save petrol.
The other highlight features are listed below:
Yamaha Ray ZR 125 Features
- BS6-compliant 125 cc Engine
- Fuel Injection Technology
- Engine Start/Stop Switch
- Front Telescopic Suspension
- LED Position Light
- 21L Under Seat Storage Space
- Fastest Pickup
- Front Disc Brake
- Unified Braking System
- Multi-function key switch
- Two Level Seat
Yamaha Ray ZR 125 Specifications
Engine and Transmission
|ENGINE||4-Stroke, 2-valve, Single Cylinder|
|FUEL SUPPLY||FI (Fuel Injection)|
|PEAK POWER||8.2 PS @ 6500 rpm|
|MAX TORQUE||9.7 Nm @ 5000 rpm|
|TOP SPEED||80 Kmph|
|CLUTCH TYPE||V-belt Automatic|
|STARTING METHOD||Self and Kick start|
Build and Dimension
|GROUND CLEARANCE||145 mm|
|SEAT HEIGHT||785 mm|
|FUEL TANK CAPACITY||5.2 Ltr|
|UNDER-SEAT CAPACITY||21 Ltr|
Chassis and Suspension
|FRONT SUSPENSION||Telescopic Forks|
|REAR SUSPENSION||Unit Swing|
Brakes and Tyres
|BRAKING SYSTEM||Unified Braking System (UBS)|
|REAR BRAKE||Disc, Drum|
|COLOURS||Red, Yellow, Dark Matte Blue, Black and Cyan Blue|
Yamaha Ray ZR 125 Price in Nepal
The Yamaha Ray ZR FI price in Nepal is Rs. 2,54,900 for the drum variant. Moreover, the disc variant costs Rs. 2,71,900.
|Ray ZR 125 - Drum||Rs. 2,54,900|
|Ray ZR 125 - Disc||Rs. 2,71,900|
In terms of availability, Ray ZR 125 FI is available in every Yamaha showroom across Nepal.
For more queries, you can contact them via call at 01-4268252 or through their official Facebook page.