Yamaha Ray Z & Ray ZR Price in Nepal | LATEST & UPDATED

Bike prices in Nepal are getting higher year by year. Scooters can be easily affordable in Nepal and are also fuel-efficient. Because of this reason, scooters are becoming popular in Nepal. To meet the demands of the scooters in Nepal, The authorized dealer of Yamaha two-wheelers for Nepal, Morang auto works has launched Yamaha Ray ZR in the Nepali market and the Price of Yamaha Ray ZR in Nepal is Nrs. 208,900 for Disc Brake variant and Nrs. 195,900 for the standard variant.

The dealer also launched one more scooter Ray Z at a price of Rs 1,88900. The Yamaha Ray ZR is available in two beautiful, eye-catching shades for its disk brake model to address the needs of the trend-conscious riders of Nepal. The scooter is also available in dual-tone color schemes for its drum brake variant. Besides these new Yamaha scooters, Yamaha has many upcoming bikes awaiting to get launched in Nepal. The dealer claims that the Yamaha Cygnus Ray ZR and The Street Rally models are mainly designed and aimed to attract the young male riders.

Yamaha Ray Z and Ray ZR Overview

Engine and Performance

The Yamaha Ray Z scooter is powered by the 113cc, air-cooled, 4-stroke, single-cylinder carbureted engine that churns out a maximum power of 7.1 PS@7500RPM and a maximum torque of 8.1Nm @5000 RPM. The air-cooled engine is mated to an automatic gearbox. , the Ray Z offers a smooth power delivery and the engine feels really refined and is specially designed to feature an edgy styling to attract youngsters, who crave a reliable city commuting scooter.

The Yamaha Scooter, Ray ZR is powered by a 4-stroke, air-cooled, SOHC engine with 113cc engine displacement. The BLUE CORE engine provides continuously variable transmission (CVT) for smooth initial acceleration and pickup. The Yamaha scooter has a lightweight body and the BLUE CORE engine offers the best mileage of up to 66kmpl.

Design and Features

 The Ray Z has an edgy styling and has a sharp body panel to allure the youths of Nepal. It is a daily commuting scooter. The Seats are wide and comfortable. The small visor on the handlebar adds the sportiness to the scooter. On the other hand, the Yamaha Ray ZR is designed like no other scooter in the market. It has an aggressive design and is aimed at the young male riders of Nepal.

The body graphics and cast aluminum alloys give a sporty look to the scooter. Designs like the redesigned analog instrument cluster, angular front, extended fenders, sharp headlight design, uber-cool alloy wheels, and an edgy and sleek tail lamp are the things to see in the new model Yamaha scooter. The seat is also wide and gets extra cushioning to offer extra comfort to the rider during the long journey.

Brakes and safety

Braking duties in the standard variation are handled by the drum brakes at both the ends. Whereas, in the disk brake variant, braking duties are handled by the disk brakes at the front and drum brakes at the rear.

The suspension duties of the all-new Yamaha Ray ZR are controlled by a telescopic fork at the front and a unit swing suspension unit at the rear. The Yamaha Scooter comes equipped with 90/100-10 53J tubeless tyres at the front and the rear, to provide maximum grip and stability in the slippery road surfaces.

Yamaha ray z has all the similar safety features that are different from that of the disc brake variant. The suspension and tyres are the same. The only difference is that lacks the disc brakes.

Fuel efficiency

The Yamaha Ray Z returns a decent mileage figure of 62km/l on an average, whereas the Yamaha ZR delivers a fuel economy of around 66 km/l.

Yamaha Ray Z Specifications

  • Engine type: Air-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC, 2-valve
  • Cylinder arrangement: Single cylinder
  • Displacement: 113.0cc
  • Maximum Power: 7.2PS/7,500 rpm
  • Maximum torque: 8.1 N.m/5,000 rpm
  • Starting system type: Electric and Kick
  • Fuel tank capacity: 5 L
  • Fuel supply: Carburetor
  • Clutch type: Dry, Centrifugal
  • Transmission type: V-belt automatic
  • Brakes (front/rear): Drum brake, 130 mm diameter
  • Ground Clearance: 128mm

Yamaha Ray Z Price in Nepal: Rs 1,88,900

Yamaha Ray ZR Specifications

  • Engine type: Air-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC, 2-valve
  • Displacement: 113 cc
  • Maximum Horse Power: 5.3kw (7.2PS)/7500rpm
  • Maximum Torque: 8.1Nm (0.8kgf-m)/5000rpm
  • Starting System: Electric start & Kick start
  • Lubrication System: Wet Sump
  • Fuel Tank Capacity: 5.2L
  • Fuel supply: Carburetor
  • Ignition System Type: CDI (Capacitor Discharge Ignition)
  • Minimum ground clearance: 130 mm
  • Tire Size (Front & Rear): 90/100-10 53J Tubeless
  • Brake Type (Front) (Disk/Drum): Hydraulic single disc brake / Mechanical leading trailing drum brake
  • Rear brake: Mechanical leading trailing drum brake
  • Suspension Type (Front): Telescopic Fork
  • Suspension Type (Rear): Unit Swing

Yamaha Ray ZR Price in Nepal (Disc): Rs 1,95,900

Yamaha Ray ZR Price in Nepal (Drum): Rs 2,08,900

Yamaha Ray ZR Price in Nepal (ZR Street Rally): Rs 2,13,900

Final Thoughts

The overall package for the both Yamaha ray Z and the Yamaha ZR are well balanced and are a perfect choice for those who like riding. The Yamaha Ray ZR competes with rivals like Yamaha Fascino, Honda Dio, Hero Maestro, and TVS Jupiter and the Yamaha Ray Z compete with TVS Ntorq 125, TVS wego, Honda Activa in the scooter market of Nepal.


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