Overall rating: 3.75 3.75/5 based on 17 reviews | Write a Review

*Ex-Showroom price:

51,017 – 58,098 *
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EMI starting from 1903
This is an estimated EMI based on the Interest rate of 10.99%, Loan Duration of 24 Months, Loan Amount of 80%. The EMI might vary based on the Bank.
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Key features
  • Engine: 113 Cc
  • Mileage: 43 - 60 Kmpl
  • Power: 7 bhp
  • Weight: 103 - 104 Kg
Yamaha Ray Price in India

Yamaha Ray Price in India

  • Pros

    • Radical styling
    • Effortless engine
    • Good built quality
  • Cons

    • Narrow footboard
    • No disc-brake option

Yamaha Ray Overview

The Yamaha Ray was targeted at the female audience in particular, thus, boasts of low seat height and lightness. The external design too has been set radical and modern. With simplicity being the key to its success, the Ray's instrument panel houses an analogue speedometer, fuel gauge and turn indicators. It has crystal lens that brings radiance and quality to this vehicle.

The seat is comfortable and comes with a grab rail. There is also 15.5l under-seat storage space for keeping a helmet or anything inside this safely. Also the Ray Z becomes a not-so-feminine options for young riders looking for a stylish and easy city runabout.

Yamaha Ray Engine & Transmission

Yamaha Ray has a potent 113cc engine that is air cooled and has a single cylinder. It produces 7bhp of maximum power made at 7.500rpm and 8.1Nm peak torque at 5,000rpm. The transmission is CVT and easily pulls its 104kg kerb weight. The cylinder has 2 valves on the head and sports carburetor system for fuel delivery.

The engine and transmission combination of the Ray ensures smooth throttle response and a jerk free ride quality.

Yamaha Ray Mileage

Yamaha Ray has a 5l fuel tank and the reserve capacity is 1l. Combined fuel efficiency of this scooter is 43kmpl and it will run for 215km on a single tank of petrol.

Yamaha Ray Performance and Handling

Yamaha Ray is designed with underbone chassis with telescopic front suspension and unit swing rear suspension. The braking quality is excellent considering both the brakes are 130mm drums on 10 inch steel rims.

It comes with a 12V, 5AH battery, 12V, Halogen bulb in the headlight and a pass switch for convenience. It reaches 60kmph in 12 seconds which is a bit disappointing, but okay when you realize its purpose is running around the city.
Yamaha Ray Competitors

Yamaha Ray Competitors

Yamaha Ray
Yamaha Ray
51,017 – 58,098
Get on Road Price
113 Cc
43 - 60 Kmpl
Honda Dio
51,837 – 53,837
Yamaha Ray vs Honda Dio
109.19 Cc
55 - 60 Kmpl
5.83 - 8
TVS Jupiter
51,163 – 59,648
Yamaha Ray vs TVS Jupiter
109.7 Cc
60 - 62 Kmpl
5.88 - 7.9
TVS Wego
50,515 – 53,433
Yamaha Ray vs TVS Wego
109.7 Cc
70 Kmpl
Cygnus Alpha
Yamaha Cygnus Alpha
53,651 – 56,098
Yamaha Ray vs Yamaha Cygnus Alpha
113 Cc
50.05 - 66 Kmpl
7 - 7.1
* Showing information of base variants
Users Reviews

Yamaha Ray Users Reviews (17 reviews)

Overall rating: 4.50 Reviewed By: Sharath(Guest) on 07 Feb 2018
Dear bike lovers dont try to compare with other make ... Read full review »
I brought in 2016 april till now no one single compliant. Super bike nice performance
Overall rating: 4.50 Reviewed By: Sharath(Guest) on 07 Feb 2018
Thanks yamaha giving for wanderfull RayZ ... Read full review »
very good scooter
Overall rating: 5.00 Reviewed By: (Guest) on 27 Jan 2016
Very good scooter ,service is very good ,good power I am very satisfy with yamaha ray z ... Read full review »
loved the bike most
Overall rating: 3.25 Reviewed By: (Guest) on 30 Oct 2015
Yamaha Ray is one of the finest product of Yamaha with an awesome aerodynamic design and great look with a very bad milage of approx 44-46 kmphr. Which is the only worst thing about thi s scooty, The instrument panel has an analog type speedometer and fuel gauge plus indicator lamps for the high beam and turn signals.... ... Read full review »

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