Yamaha Ray ZR 125 Hybrid: Stylish and Feature-Packed Scooter in Nepal

The Yamaha Ray ZR 125 Hybrid has made its official entry into the Nepalese market, bringing with it a blend of style, performance, and advanced features. Introduced by MAW Enterprises, the authorized distributor of Yamaha two-wheelers in Nepal, this scooter aims to captivate riders with its upgraded design, hybrid engine, and connectivity options.

Design and Features

While the overall design of the Yamaha Ray ZR 125 Hybrid remains familiar, it receives several updates to enhance its appeal. The scooter retains the “Armor Energy” design concept, showcasing a sharp and muscular appearance. Notable additions include LED headlamps, fresh graphics, and a semi-transparent black visor. The instrument display receives an upgrade with Y-Connect compatibility, enabling features like call notifications and smartphone battery levels. The scooter comes in a range of vibrant colors to suit every rider’s preference.

Performance and technology

Equipped with a 125cc Hybrid FI engine, the Yamaha Ray ZR 125 Hybrid delivers a maximum power of 8.2 PS at 6500 rpm and a peak torque of 10.3 Nm at 5000 rpm. The hybrid system, combined with an automatic stop and start system, ensures improved acceleration and impressive fuel efficiency. The scooter features a telescopic fork at the front and a unit swing at the rear, offering a comfortable and smooth ride. Safety is prioritized with the inclusion of a Unified Braking System (UBS) and a side-stand engine cut-off feature.

Pricing and Availability

The Yamaha Ray ZR 125 Hybrid is available in two variants: drum and front disc. The pricing starts at Rs. 2.89 lakh for the drum variant and Rs. 2.94 lakh for the front disc variant. Interested buyers can visit Yamaha showrooms for more details and to purchase the scooter. It competes with other popular models in the market, such as the TVS NTorq Race XP and Honda Grazia 125.

With its refreshed design, advanced features, and competitive pricing, the Yamaha Ray ZR 125 Hybrid aims to capture the hearts of riders in Nepal. Whether it’s the appealing aesthetics, the efficient hybrid engine, or the connected features, this scooter offers a compelling package. As it hits the roads of Nepal, it stands ready to make a mark in the highly competitive scooter segment, bridging the gap between the offerings from TVS and Honda.

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