Yamaha RayZR Street Rally Edition Scooter Launched in India, Priced at Rs. 57,898
Yamaha RayZR Street Rally Edition (File Photo)

India Yamaha Motor, a popular Japanese two-wheeler manufacturing company has officially launched the new ‘Street Rally’ Edition of RayZR scooter in India. Priced at Rs. 57,898 (ex-showroom Delhi), the special edition scooter will be available at all Yamaha dealerships by the last week of this month. The scooter takes inspiration from Yamaha's reputed global two-wheeler models that offers unique sporty image and masculine appearance.

The Street Rally Edition of the scooter comes into 2 colour options - Rally Red and Racing Blue that accentuates the overall appeal. It adopts new Wing-style fairing which is inspired from Yamaha MT-09 that not only serves as a wind deflector but also adds up to the sporty quotient. Moreover, the knuckle guard is fitted to proffer protection from windblasts on the handle grip. Yamaha R15 V3 Motorcycle Road Test Review: The Best R15 Till Date.

Powering the new Cygnus Ray ZR ‘Street Rally’ Edition is the same 113cc, air-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC ‘BLUE CORE’ engine mated with a CVT unit, which proffers not only smooth initial acceleration but also great pickup. The scooter comes with large under seat storage space of 21 litres capacity with front pocket enough to fit a 500 ml bottle, key secure grip system, edgy tail light design, raised seat and much more.

Mr. Roy Kurian, Senior Vice President, Sales & Marketing, Yamaha Motor India Sales Pvt Ltd. said, “Yamaha’s Cygnus Ray ZR ‘Street Rally’ Edition perfectly combines power and style that makes it an aspirational buy. Continuing with Yamaha’s legacy to provide technologically advanced, sporty and stylish products, ‘Street Rally’ will bring excitement to scooter customers who look for sporty scooters with easy manoeuvring along with smooth power delivery. The globally known ‘Unique style of Yamaha’ that outlines any product innovation including the ‘Street Rally’ edition will help the brand to keep up its incremental ascent in the Indian two wheeler market.”