Top 5 things about Yamaha RayZR Hybrid

Top 5 things about recently revealed – Yamaha RayZR 125 Hybrid

Yamaha recently revealed their Fascino Hybrid and RayZR 125 hybrid model in India. The unveiled was done on the virtual platform, in which the scooter features few designs and mechanical updates in comparison with ongoing models. Like the current model of the scooter, RayZR comes available in two versions RayZR and RayZR street rally. While the brand doesn’t reveal much of the details and specifications of the scooter, here we have the top 5 things about the RayZR 125 Hybrid and Fascino hybrid scooter: –

  1. Hybrid engines

The upcoming RayZR Hybrid continues to power with a 125cc fuel-injected single-cylinder air-cooled engine, which develops 8.2 PS of maximum power and 10.3 Nm of peak torque. The newer version will boast with hybrid power assist.

Top 5 things about Yamaha RayZR Hybrid
Rear view

2. Digital instrument cluster

Just like the fascino Hybrid scooter, the RayZR hybrid also features with fully digital instrument cuter and expected to get Bluetooth connectivity as well. the smartphone connectivity allows the rider to connect the scooter with Connect X Yamaha App. The App features a vehicle locator, last parking, new messages, notifications, answer back, riding history, turn-by-turn navigation, and so on.

3. LED lightning and suspension

Upcoming Yamaha RayZR will boast its design and styling with all LED lighting, along with cowl-mounted LED DRLs, as shown in virtual unveil. As for the suspension the scooter likely to rides on a telescopic front fork and a monoshock suspension at the rear.

Top 5 things about Yamaha RayZR Hybrid
Yamaha RayZR Hybrid

4. Design Changes

Although, the design and styling of RayZR won’t be altered. Furthermore, it only gets the Hybrid power assist and new paint options only. Further details will be announced at the time of launch.

5. Expected price range

Currently, Yamaha retailed RayZR with a base price of Rs 73,330 and Rs 77,330 for the top-end street rally trim. The upcoming hybrid version could get more expensive by few thousand as compared with the ongoing price band. Although the official launch date isn’t officially announced, it is likely to launch in July 2021.   

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