The Yamaha Ray Z is a sporty-looking scooter offering from the Japanese two-wheeler brand in India. The Ray Z features sharp body panels along with some black elements finished in a carbon-fibre texture. The design is aimed to attract young buyers especially those who are in college.
The headlamp and indicator cluster is large and covers a large portion of the front apron. All the colour choices go well with the secondary black shade and there is also a small visor on the handlebar adding to the sportiness.
The seats are adequately wide for both the rider and pillion passenger, with a decent amount of cushioning. At the back, there is a unique wing-shaped grab rail made of aluminium which not only looks good but is convenient to use too.
The Yamaha Ray Z comes with a 113cc air-cooled engine that makes 7bhp and 8Nm of torque. The engine showcases good performance and the light Yamaha Ray Z is a nimble scooter to ride in busy traffic conditions.
Being a Yamaha product, the Ray Z offers a smooth power delivery and the engine feels really refined. The suspension on the Yamaha Ray Z has got a nice balance between comfort and stiffness. The design and construction of the Yamaha Ray Z are also such that it offers a sporty riding experience.
The engine is shared with some other scooters from the brand but the Yamaha Ray Z feels quite different. The overall package is well-balanced and the Yamaha Ray Z is an ideal scooter for those who like riding.
The Yamaha Ray Z, as mentioned before, is a light two-wheeler. This, in combination with the brand’s Blue Core engine, returns an appreciable mileage figure of 62km/l on an average.
The Yamaha Ray Z features just the basic essentials for the price point. This includes the telescopic front suspension, wide aluminium grab rail and most importantly, the sharp design. The engine features Yamaha’s Blue Core technology which promises decent performance without compromising on fuel efficiency.
The Yamaha Ray Z is one of the sportiest-looking scooters in the 110cc category and is an ideal choice for teenagers who wish to step into riding two-wheelers. The Ray Z doesn’t offer a lot when it comes to features but is a joy to ride.
The Yamaha Ray-Z is a good scooter in almost every way but is focussed to be more sporty. It doesn't offer the best riding ergonomics for a middle-aged adult but is certainly not a bad choice for a person of that age. However, we suggest you consider some other scooters too if you prefer comfort the most.
No, you cannot. The Yamaha Ray-Z offers less storage area under the seat when compared to its competitors. The underseat capacity is just enough to carry small shopping bags.
|Front Brake Size||130 mm|
|Front Brake Type||Drum|
|Front Tyre Size||90/100-10 53J|
|Front Wheel Size||10 inch|
|Rear Brake Size||130 mm|
|Rear Brake Type||Drum|
|Rear Suspension||Unit swing|
|Rear Tyre Size||90/100-10 53J|
|Rear Wheel Size||10 inch|
|Ground Clearance||128 mm|
|Kerb Weight||104 kg|
|Overall Height||1,090 mm|
|Overall Length||1,835 mm|
|Overall Width||675 mm|
|Seat Height||760 mm|
|Cooling System||Air Cooled|
|Fuel Delivery System||Carburetor|
|Ignition||C.D.I (Capacitor Discharge Ignition)|
|Max Power||7 bhp @ 7,500 rpm|
|Maximum Torque||8 Nm @ 5,000 rpm|
|No. of Gears||--|
|Spark Plugs||1 Per Cylinder|
|Transmission Type||V belt automatic|
|Valves Per Cylinder||2|
|0 to 60 kmph||12 seconds|
|60 to 0 kmph||--|
|Fuel Efficiency Range||215 Km|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||5 litres|
|Mileage - ARAI||62 kmpl|
|Reserve Fuel Capacity||--|
|Top Speed||86 Kmph|
|Antilock Braking System||No|
|Brake/Tail Light||LED Tail Lamp|
|Digital Fuel Guage||No|
|Electric System||12V DC|
|Headlight Bulb Type||12V,35W/35W X1|
|Headlight Type||Halogen bulb|
|Low Battery Indicator||Yes|
|Low Fuel Indicator||Yes|
|Low Oil Indicator||Yes|
|No. of Tripmeters||--|
|Start Type||Electric Start|
|Turn Signal||12V, 10W X2|