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  • Yamaha RayZR 125

Yamaha RayZR 125The Yamaha RayZR 125 scooter with a price tag ranging between Rs. 69,530 to Rs. 73,530. It is available in 3 variants and 9 colours. Powered by a 125 cc bs6 engine, the Yamaha RayZR 125 has a CVT gearbox. The Yamaha RayZR 125 has Disc front brakes and Drum rear brakes. Over 11 User reviews basis Mileage, Performance, Price and overall experience of users for Yamaha RayZR 125.

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Key Specs of RayZR 125

Engine125 cc
Power8.2 PS
Torque9.7 Nm
Mileage66 kmpl
Tyre TypeTubeless

Yamaha RayZR 125 Highlights

Yamaha has launched the new Ray ZR 125 FI and the RayZR 125 Fi Street Rally in India. The front drum brake-equipped variant of the standard scooter costs Rs 69,530 while the disc brake version costs Rs 72,530. On the other hand, the Street Rally version is priced at Rs 73,530 (ex-showroom Delhi). You could pick up any of these variants with several offers this festive season. Details here


Yamaha Ray ZR 125 FI Features


Ray ZR is equipped with a Smart Motor Generator (SMG) which brings a quieter engine start without the need for a separate conventional electric starter.RayZR has a Stop-Start feature and an inbuilt Side stand cut off switch.RayZR&RayZR street Rally weigh 4kg lighter than the Current model at 99 kgs.


Yamaha Ray ZR 125 FI Engine


The new RayZR 125 Fi is powered by a BS VI compliant, air cooled, fuel injected (FI), 125 cc blue core engine that produces a power output of 8.2 PS @ 6,500 RPM and a torque of 9.7 N.m @ 5,000 RPM. The power output is +30% and fuel economy are +16% higher than the previous model


Yamaha Ray ZR 125 FI Suspension & Brakes


RayZR uses telescopic suspension in front and gives you control during all kind of road conditions, be it bumps, puddles or speed breakers.RayZR has optional Front Drum & Disc brakes with rear drum brakes with Unified Braking system(UBS).RayZR has 12-inch front &10 inch rear alloy wheels.

It competes against Activa 6G and TVS NTorq 125.

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Yamaha RayZR 125 Price

The price of Yamaha RayZR 125 starts at Rs. 69,530 and goes upto Rs. 73,530. Yamaha RayZR 125 is offered in 3 variants - RayZR 125 Drum, RayZR 125 Disc and the top variant RayZR 125 Street Rally which comes at a price tag of Rs. 73,530.

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RayZR 125 Price List (Variants)

RayZR 125 Drum66 kmpl, 125 ccRs.69,530
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RayZR 125 Disc66 kmpl, 125 ccRs.72,530
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RayZR 125 Street Rally66 kmpl, 125 ccRs.73,530
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    E - 11, 100 Feet Road, West Jyoti Nagar, Delhi., Delhi 110032

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    WZ-168 A, Block-A, Uttam Nagar, Main Najafgarh Road, Opp Metro Pillar No 669, New Delhi., Delhi 110059

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    A-20, Gt Karnal Road, Opposite Hans Cinema, Delhi., Delhi 110033

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    A31-A, Ring Road, Rajouri Garden, Near Metro station, New Delhi., Delhi 110027

  • Jinder Auto Pvt. Ltd.

    B - 294, Saraswati Vihar, Pitampura, New Delhi,, Delhi 110034

Yamaha RayZR 125 Colours

Metallic Black
Metallic Black

Yamaha RayZR 125 Mileage and Performance

ARAI Mileage66 kmpl
RayZR 125 Specs

RayZR 125 Competitors

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Yamaha RayZR 125 Pros and Cons

Things We Like in RayZR 125

  • Lightest scooter in the 125cc segment.
  • Frugal engine offers class leading fuel efficiency.
  • One of the best brakes we’ve tested so far with CBS distributing the braking force like no other.

Things We Don't Like in RayZR 125

  • Rear suspension is way too soft. Gets wallowy over tall speedbrakers.
  • The angle and shape of the seat tends to push you forward every time you brake hard.
  • Could do with more features to take on its rivals.

RayZR 125 Expert Review

The 110cc scooter space in India has been gradually progressing towards larger 125cc scooters over the past couple of years. The need for more power, better features and premium components have given birth to scooters like the TVS NTorq 125Suzuki Access 125 and Activa 125. These scooters have been ruling the market while Yamaha sat on the side lines.

Not anymore though. The BS6 transition brought with it significant updates for the Ray ZR and Fascino. Not only did they get larger, more powerful 125cc motors but also design updates and a couple of extra features to go along with them. But does it really make a difference? Is it too little too late? We strive to answer these questions by putting the BS6 Ray ZR 125 through a thorough road test.

Design and Features


Not everyone will agree with the Ray ZR's design language, it's bold and a bit out there. But, it definitely stands out from the conventional crop of 125cc scooters it competes with. It creates its own identity by taking styling cues from motorcycles, with unique design elements like handguards (Street Rally variant), a fly screen, independent indicators and those massive fake air ducts which serve no practical purpose.

Another distinctive feature is the block pattern tyres with rim tapes that's only available on the Street Rally variant we tested. Though the scooter looks trail ready with off-road style tyres and handguards, it really isn't meant to be bashed around on the rough stuff. 

Overall, Yamaha has improved on the quality of the Ray ZR, especially when you consider the recent drop in build quality of its motorcycles. The fit and finish is noticeably better and so is the switchgear quality and use of materials. Having said that, the handguards do have a plasticky feel to them and feel really flimsy. 

Engine and Performance


Yamaha RayZR 125

TVS NTorq 125 BS6

Suzuki Access 125 BS6


125cc single-cylinder, 2-valve, air-cooled, fuel-injected

124.8cc single-cylinder, 3-valve, air-cooled, fuel-injected

124cc single-cylinder, 2-valve, air-cooled, fuel-injected


8.2PS @ 6500rpm

9.38PS @ 7000rpm

8.7PS @ 6750rpm


9.7Nm @ 5000rpm

10.5Nm @ 5500rpm

10Nm @ 5500rpm






Yamaha RayZR 125

TVS NTorq 125 BS6

Suzuki Access 125 BS6


3.93 seconds

4.20 seconds

3.27 seconds


8.34 seconds

9.26 seconds

7.49 seconds


17.33 seconds

18.73 seconds

14.65 seconds


4.73 seconds

4.46 seconds

4.58 seconds

Performance is one of the key highlights of the Ray ZR 125. Sure, it isn’t the most powerful scooter in its segment, but it’s surprisingly quick, only falling behind the Suzuki Access. It really does float like a butterfly, and sting like a bee. And it's all down to how light the scooter is which helps its acceleration. The Ray ZR is almost a second quicker than the BS6 NTroq in the 0-60kmph run and manages to extend its lead to around 1.5 seconds from 0-80kmph. Post this though, the Ray ZR’s motor does tend to lose steam.  

That said, there’s a good amount of bottom end and mid range grunt which makes quick overtakes in city traffic and absolute breeze. The tractability of the motor makes it a hoot to ride. Adding to the motors functionality is the new immaculate silent start feature. There’s literally no noise from the starter motor. All you feel when you thumb the starter is a light judder from the engine. That being said, the silent start feature on the Honda Activa 125 is still the best we’ve tested so far.


Yamaha RayZR 125

TVS NTorq 125 BS6

Suzuki Access 125 BS6

City FE




Highway FE




The Ray ZR 125 also comes with an idle start stop system which cuts the power of the engine within seconds when you’re at a standstill. Just pull on the lever with the slightest throttle input and the engine springs back to life. Being light, frugal and efficient helped the engine eek out an incredible fuel efficiency of 66kmph (segment leading) in our tests. It even matches its rivals out on the highway by offering 56.28kmpl in real world conditions. However, its smaller 5.2-litre fuel tank may have you visiting the fuel pump more often. 


Braking and Handling

The Ray ZR 125 lives by its sporty genes. Its potent chassis exudes confidence and how! The sheer lightness of the scooter makes it extremely flickable and easy to turn into corners while its large 12-inch wheels and long wheel base ensure stability. Now one would probably expect the  block pattern tyres to lose grip on tarmac, but that’s not really the case. In fact, these tyres offer ample grip be it dry or slightly damp conditions. 

Pair them with an excellent braking setup and you have a scooter that’ll stop on a dime. What we loved about the Ray ZR’s braking system is the way the CBS distributes braking forces. The scooter never felt unnerved or jittery even when we went hard on the brakes. Further inspiring confidence is the feedback and progression from the levers.


Yamaha RayZR 125

TVS NTorq 125 BS6

Suzuki Access 125 BS6





The suspension setup on the Ray ZR 125 has been reworked for 2020. It’s been set up to offer a plush ride with a certain amount of stiffness on the front suspension which gets better as speeds increase. The rear monoshock, on the other hand, is way too soft. While it gobbles up potholes and small undulations well, it does tend to feel wallowy on larger speed breakers. Nonetheless, the setup works well, settles down and regains composure fairly quickly.  

Safety and Features

There’s really nothing to brag about when it comes down to the scooters feature list. You get a 'T' shaped LED DRL, a side stand cut off switch and a remote boot opener. The Street Rally variant we tested does come with a digital instrument console, but it offers the bare minimum in terms of readouts. This includes a speedometer, odometer, a trip meter, a fuel gauge and a tachometer which makes no sense on a scooter. Possibly redesigning the console with a few extra features like average/real time fuel-efficiency, distance to empty and a service indicator would have helped Yamaha earn some extra brownie points.  

Shift your focus to the front and you'd notice that the Ray ZR gets a conventional halogen headlamp which lacks throw and spread, thus failing to illuminate the road at night. 

Yamaha has also missed out on nifty bits like an underseat storage light or a USB charging socket which are pretty much the norm these days. Heck, even smaller scooters like the Hero Pleasure Plus offer these features as standard. Having said that, you could get them added to the Ray ZR 125 if you're willing to fork out an additional Rs 770. As for the 21-litre underseat storage, it’s big enough to accommodate a half faced helmet and a few knick-knacks. 

The absence of an external fuel filler cap is also quite disappointing which leads to you refuelling the traditional way.

RayZR 125 User Reviews

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RayZR 125 Videos

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What is the exact on-road price of Yamaha RayZR 125?

The on-road price of Yamaha RayZR 125 in Delhi starts at Rs. 81,009. The on-road price is inclusive of RTO charges and insurance.

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For the month of October/2020, 1 offer is available on the Yamaha RayZR 125 in Delhi. Check Here.

Which scooters is better Yamaha RayZR 125 or Honda Activa 6G?

Yamaha RayZR 125 price starts at Rs 69,530 ex-showroom and Honda Activa 6G price starts Rs 79,932 ex-showroom. Suzuki Access 125, TVS NTORQ 125 on the basis of their price, features & specs.

What is the engine displacement of Yamaha RayZR 125?

The engine displacement of Yamaha RayZR 125 is 125 cc

What is the Start type of this bike?

Yamaha RayZR 125 has Kick and Self Start.

Down payment koto dite hobe.

hearthaker asked on 23 Oct 2020

In general, the down payment remains in between 10-30% of the on-road price of ...

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By Bikedekho Experts on 23 Oct 2020

What to buy a scooter between TVS NTORQ or Yamaha Ray ZX. Please suggest one.

Akash asked on 10 Sep 2020

If you're looking for a fast, fun to ride and feature-rich scooter, the TVS ...

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By Bikedekho Experts on 10 Sep 2020

How much is the reserve of Ray ZR 125?

Abhijeet asked on 10 Aug 2020

Yamaha RayZR 125 comes with a 5.2 Litres tank and the exact amount of fuel left ...

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By Bikedekho Experts on 10 Aug 2020

Can I customize and replace with led head lamp instead of default bulb head lamp?

Sudip asked on 5 Jun 2020

For this, we would suggest you walk into the nearest authorized service centre ...

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By Bikedekho Experts on 5 Jun 2020

What is the actual mileage of Yamaha Ray ZR 125?

Minions asked on 1 Jun 2020

45kmpl is the actual mileage I am getting in Delhi

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RayZR 125 Price In India

CityEx-Showroom Price
HyderabadRs. 72,700 - 76,700
PuneRs. 68,150 - 72,150
DelhiRs. 69,530 - 73,530
BangaloreRs. 70,610 - 74,610
KolkataRs. 69,860 - 73,860
MumbaiRs. 70,150 - 74,150
ChennaiRs. 70,810 - 74,810
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