Yamaha Saluto RX
- Engine: 110 Cc
- Mileage: 78 Kmpl
- Power: 7.3 bhp
- Weight: 113 Kg
Yamaha Saluto RX Overview
Yamaha has come out with a bike that will not attract thousands but millions of people. Also, it is known that this new bike has been made as per the BSIV norms. The competition of this bike will be the TVS Victor 110, Honda Dream Neo and Hero Passion xPRO; all these are 110 cc motorcycles compete with the newly-launched Saluto RX. This motorcycle weighs just 98 kg, is probably the lightest in its segment, and has been built for people looking for efficiency, durability, and affordability.
Yamaha Saluto RX Engine & Transmission
At an on-road price of around Rs. 52,500 (Delhi), the Saluto RX comes with a 110 cc, single-cylinder engine producing 7.39 bhp of power at 7000 rpm and 8.50 Nm of torque at 4500 rpm. The motorcycle comes mated to a 4-speed gearbox with multiple-disc wet clutch. The engine of Yamaha Saluto RX 110 has been designed with Yamaha’s Blue Core technology and is compliant with BS-IV emission norms.
Yamaha Saluto RX Mileage
A fuel tank capacity of 7.2 L and an amazing mileage of 70 kmpl because of Yamaha's Blue Core Technology should give a riding range of over 500 km. The flowing tail-lamp looks modern and TVS, and the overall design is also quite appealing. The speedometer is a classic analog meter. It is said to have the body and heart of a Saluto but the soul of an RX.
Yamaha Saluto RX Performance and Handling
A wheel bade of just 1255 mm makes it very easy and hassle free to ride in the city. The long seat is cushiony and comfortable for the rider and pillion. Yamaha says every practicality has been taken into account, including the suspension and the new 10-spoke wheels. The brakes are 130 mm drums both at the front and rear. It definitely is a practical motorcycle without compromising on anything.
Yamaha Saluto RX Users Reviews (3 reviews)
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