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Yamaha Motors has announced the price increase on its range of scooters sold in the Indian market. The two-wheeler manufacturer has issued the latest price increase for the month of November in the country.
The company currently sells three scooters in its Indian portfolio: Fascino 125, RayZR 125 & RayZR 125 Street Rally. All model and its variants have received the latest price increase of Rs 800 from the company.
Starting with Fascino 125, the scooter is available in four variants: Standard Drum & Disc, and DLX Drum & Disc. All variants of the scooter are affected by the Rs 800 price hike. After the latest price increase, the Fascino 125 retails between Rs 69,530 and Rs 73,030, ex-showroom (Delhi).
Moving to the other scooter in the brand's line-up, the RayZR 125, which is available in two variants: Disc & Drum. Both variants now receive a price hike of Rs 800 and now retails at Rs 70,330 and Rs 73,330, respectively. All prices mentioned are ex-showroom (Delhi).
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The RayZR 125 Street Rally, which is a rugged-looking version of the standard RayZR 125 model is also affected by the price increase. The scooter now retails at Rs 74,330, ex-showroom (Delhi).
All scooters are powered by the same 125cc air-cooled, SOHC engine. It produces a maximum of 8bhp at 6500rpm and 9.7Nm of peak torque at 5000rpm. All scooters come equipped with the brands (SSS) Stop Stop & Start System for improved fuel efficiency.
Some of the other features which are common on these scooters are the brands (UBS) Unified Braking System, a multifunction key, halogen headlamp, side stand engine cutoff, tubeless tyres and more. The Yamaha RayZR 125 Street Rally scooter model comes equipped with a fully-digital instrument console, LED position lamps and knuckle guards as well.
In related news, Yamaha has also increased the price of its motorcycle sold in the Indian market. The brand's entry-level motorcycle the Yamaha FZ-Fi has received a marginal price hike in the market during the month of November 2020 — here are all details.
Thoughts About The Yamaha Scooters Prices Hiked In November 2020
Yamaha Scooter receives a marginal price hike from the company. As a result, scooter sales are expected not to be affected after their price increase in the market. The Yamaha Fascino 125 and the RayZR 125 rivals the Honda Activa 125, the Hero Destini 125 and the Suzuki Access 125; among others sold in the Indian market.