The latest iteration of the Yamaha Ray ZR 125 FI is available in Nepal.
MAW Enterprises, the authorized distributor of Yamaha scooters in Nepal, has launched the newest iteration of its best-selling 125cc scooter.
Yamaha Ray ZR 125 Street Rally now comes with Yamaha X-Connect. It is the same feature as seen in its latest Yamaha FZS v3 BS6.
Thanks to the Yamaha Bluetooth Connectivity, it can now do much more.
However, this feature is only available in the Street Rally version.
Yamaha Ray ZR 125 FI price in Nepal starts at Rs. 2.54 Lakhs to Rs. 2.79 Lakhs. Moreover, it is currently available across two different variants.
We will talk about its newest features and pricing in a bit.
Before that, let’s take a quick look at the new Yamaha Ray ZR 125 FI in Nepal along with its key specifications.
Yamaha Ray ZR 125 Specifications
- Engine Type: Single-Cylinder, 2-valve, Fuel Injection
- Emission Standards: BS6
- Displacement: 125 cc
- Cooling System: Air-Cooled
- Starting Mechanism: Electric Starter & Kick Starter
- Max Power: 8.2 PS @ 6500 rpm
- Max Torque: 9.7 Nm @ 5000 rpm
- Top Speed: 86.51 Kmph
- Fuel Tank Capacity: 5.2 liters
- Mileage: 58 kmpl
- Front Tyre: 90/90-12 – Drum (Disc Optional)
- Rear Tyre: 110/90-10 – Drum
- Tubeless Tyres: Yes
- Braking System: Unified Braking System (UBS)
- Suspension Setup: Telescopic Front Forks and Rear Swing Arm
- Seat Height: 785 mm
- Ground Clearance: 145 mm
- Under Seat Storage Capacity: 21 liters
- Kerb Weight: 99 kg
- Blue and Green (Street Rally)
- Red, Yellow, Blue, Cyan, and Black (Standard)
Yamaha Ray ZR 125 Price in Nepal: Rs. 2,54,900 – Rs. 2,79,900
Yamaha Ray ZR 125 FI Overview
The overall styling remains unchanged.
It is built on the “Armored Energy” concept, sporting a bulkier and sharper styling.
The front section still comes with a body-mounted Halogen headlamp. Moreover, the handlebar gets practical elements including a Y-shaped LED DRL, bulbed side indicators, and a semi-black visor.
The side profile gets sculpted aesthetics on its side panels and side body. Other than that, there are two-level seats and a large grab rail.
Similarly, the rear profile tries to continue its sporty stance. Unfortunately, it falls short visually when compared to the front section.
Nevertheless, it still comes with an M-shaped Halogen tail lamp with its bulbed indicators.
Additionally, Yamaha Ray ZR 125 is available in seven different colors.
It is available in Red, Yellow, Black, Dark Purple, and Cyan for the Standard variant. Whereas, the Street Rally variants get Racing Blue and Green color options.
Yamaha Ray ZR 125 is powered by a 125cc, Single-Cylinder, 2-valve, Air-cooled, FI engine. It can generate a max power of 8.2PS at 6500rpm and a max torque of 9.7Nm at 5000rpm.
Moreover, it is mated to a V-belt automatic transmission with a 5.2-liter fuel tank capacity.
Additionally, Ray ZR includes FI features like Yamaha Smart Motor Generator, Start & Stop System, and Side Stand Engine Cut Off as standard.
Furthermore, the Yamaha X-Connect allows for Bluetooth Connectivity with perks like Answer Back, Locate My Vehicle, Parking Record, Hazard, and Riding History.
Yamaha Ray ZR gets a Telescopic Fork at the front and a Unit Swing at the rear.
Additionally, it is available in Drum only option and Disc/Drum option. Both brakes do get a Unified Braking System.
The dimensions are 1880mm in length, 750mm in width, and 1190mm in height. Moreover, the wheelbase sits at 1280mm.
Yamaha Ray ZR 125 comes with a 145mm ground clearance. And, the kerb weight is just 99kg!
Furthermore, the under-seat storage is 21-liters with an optional USB charging port.
Yamaha Ray ZR 125 Street Rally vs Ray ZR 125: Differences Explained!
There are two Yamaha Ray ZR 125 versions: Standard and Street Rally.
The Standard variant offers a more toned-down styling with more color options. Plus, it is available in Drum and Disc options.
In sharp contrast, the Street Rally variant offers an off-road adventure styling with its sleek Hand Guards, Dual-Purpose Block Tyres, Bluetooth Connectivity, and eye-popping Sporty Colors.
Here is a quick list of features for the new Yamaha Ray ZR 125.
Please note that the feature list and styling are the same as before. However, the Street Rally now comes with Bluetooth Connectivity.
Yamaha Ray ZR 125 FI Feature Highlights
- BS6-compliant FI Engine
- Armored Energy Based Styling
- Y-Shaped LED DRL
- Halogen Headlamp and Halogen Tail Lamp
- Full Digital Instrument Cluster
- 99 Kg Lightweight Body
- Telescopic Suspension and Rear Swing Arm
- Unified Braking System (UBS)
- 21L Large Under-Seat Storage
- Multi-function Key Switch
- Two Level Seat
- Smart Motor Generator
- Side Stand Engine Cutt Off
- Start & Stop System
- USB Charging (Optional)
- Yamaha X-Connect (Street Rally) – NEW
- Dual Tone Colors (Street Rally)
- New Brush Guard (Street Rally)
- Block Pattern Tyre with Sporty Wheel Stripes (Street Rally)
Yamaha Ray ZR 125 FI Price in Nepal and Availability
Yamaha Ray ZR 125 FI price in Nepal starts at Rs. 2.54 Lakhs to Rs. 2.79 Lakhs. Moreover, it is available in two variants: Standard and Street Rally.
We have already explained the difference between the two in the above section.
|Yamaha Ray ZR FI||Variant||Price in Nepal|
|Yamaha Ray ZR FI||Standard – Drum||Rs. 254900|
|Yamaha Ray ZR FI||Standard – Disc||Rs. 271900|
|Yamaha Ray ZR FI||Street Rally – Disc||Rs. 279900|
Interested individuals can visit the Yamaha showroom for additional details.
Interestingly enough, Yamaha Nepal has implemented Bluetooth Connectivity System without any increase in the overall pricing. Unfortunately, this concludes that Yamaha Nepal won’t introduce Yamaha Ray ZR 125 Hybrid any time soon.
Yamaha Ray ZR 125 competes with TVS NTorq 125 and Aprilia SR 125.
Both NTorq 125 and SR 125 beat out the Ray ZR 125 in performance figures. However, the Ray ZR fights back with its highly efficient engine and its uniquely muscular styling.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the price of Yamaha Ray ZR 125 FI in Nepal?
The price of Yamaha Ray ZR 125 starts at Rs. 2.54 Lakhs to Rs. 2.79 Lakhs. Moreover, it is available in two variants: Standard and Street Rally.
What’s the difference between Yamaha Ray ZR 125 FI Standard and the Street Rally version?
Yamaha Ray ZR 125 FI Standard Model and Street Rally Model share the same engine, same performance, and same features. However, the Street Rally gets a sleek handguard, dual-purpose tyres, Bluetooth Connectivity, and sporty dual-tone colors.
Is the Yamaha Ray ZR 125 FI BS6 compliant?
Yes, Yamaha Ray ZR 125 FI is BS6 compliant.
Is Yamaha Ray ZR Hybrid available in Nepal?
No, Yamaha Ray ZR Hybrid isn’t available in Nepal.
Also, watch our detailed comparison between Yamaha Ray ZR 125 FI and TVS NTorq 125 FI!
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