2018 Yamaha RayZR Colors includes 5 new schemes on offer
After a successful launch of the Cygnus Ray-ZR portfolio, the new colors come as an add on to its style. Retaining its best-seller features, the new variants actively adopts futuristic look and gives it a modern spin.
The design is a deeply-sculpted and powerful front mask, effortlessly-layered straight lines, and tail surround accentuated with a sense of speed. The Cygnus Ray-ZR is powered by an air-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC, 2-valve, 113 cc, “BLUE CORE” engine. It features a lightweight body (103 kg) and offers user-friendliness. The main features also include 1) an engine with high combustion efficiency to offer among the best fuel efficiency in its class at 66 km/L* (*under standard test conditions) 2) Plenty of storage space (21 liters under seat storage) 3) Well designed instrument cluster with excellent readability even at night 4) Tubeless tyres. The model is now available in five eye-catching colors – Armada Blue (Disc), Matt Green (Disc/Drum), Maverick Blue (Disc/Drum), Rooster Red (Disc) along with the existing Darknight Edition (Disc).
Till date, India Yamaha Motor (IYM) Pvt. Ltd. has enhanced its scooter lineup in Indian market by consistently launching products that respond to a wide variety of user needs, such as the Cygnus Ray Z targeted to young people, the family-oriented Cygnus Alpha and the fashion scooter Fascino.
Armada Blue – Disc
Matt Green – Disc/Drum
Maverick Blue – Disc/Drum
Rooster Red – Disc
March 15, 2018
Drum Brake model: 53,451 INR
Disk Brake model: 55,898 INR
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