Yamaha Launches Yamaha Ray ZR 125 In Europe

After successfully launching the Ray ZR 125 in India, Yamaha is now introducing the much-loved scooter in the European market as well. The India-made scooter Yamaha Ray ZR 125 is now running on European roads. Since the two-wheeler company decided to launch its scooter in Europe, people have been asking various questions about it such if the Yamaha Ray ZR 125 launched in Europe is different from the Indian-spec model or not. If the same question is also prevailing in your mind, stick with this page and keenly go through this article till the end. Take a look at the following section to learn more about the Yamaha Ray ZR 125 launched in Europe. Scroll down the page.

Yamaha Ray ZR

The same scooter Yamaha introduced in Europe for the next year i.e. 2024, was launched in India in 2021. Reportedly, the company will not manufacture the scooter in Europe or set up a plant to manufacture the two-wheeler in Europe but it will export the Yamaha Ray ZR 125 from India to Europe without many changes to the scooter. The scooter will be launched in Europe with the same engine power which will use a 125cc engine equipped with a single-cylinder, air-cooled engine with fuel injection that gives 10.3 NM and 8bhp. Shift to the next section and read more details.

Notably, the weight of the Yamaha Ray ZR 125 is less than 100 kg, yes you heard it right, it only weighs 99 kg which would make it the lightest scooter in Europe. If you are curious to know how many color options of the Yamaha Ray ZR 125 are available in Europe, then note that the same scooter was available in an array of colors in India but it will be available in two color options, Midnight Black and Matte Red, in the foreign market. It has been said that the bodywork and design are the same and seem to be a scooterised version of the MT series with the ‘air scoops’ and edgy design.

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The feature list includes a combined braking system, a semi-digital instrument cluster, and a side-stand cut-off. Suspension duties are taken care of by a rear spring and telescopic forks while a disc brake at the front and drum brake at the rear make up for anchoring duties. The Yamaha Ray ZR 125 runs on 12-inch front and 10-inch rear wheels shod with tubeless tires. The pricing of the Yamaha Ray ZR 125 in European countries has not been announced yet.

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