Yamaha Scooters Expert Reviews
The Jupiter has been the best selling scooter for TVS, till date. In fact, it’s been doing so well that it managed to reach a million sales within three years. And to celebrate that, TVS launched the MillionR edition, which we’ve taken as a benchmark scooter for a comparison with the new Yamaha Cygnus Ray ZR. The Ray ZR is a cool, young, stylish scooter which has been developed for the young men. In this story, we find out if the Ray ZR will be able to take on the Jupiter which has won the comparison review with the Hero Maestro Edge and the Honda Activa 3G.Read full review
With the Ray ZR aimed at the younger male audience, it looks as if Yamaha now has an offering for everyone in the family. The appropriately-named Alpha is targeted at men, the Fascino with its chic styling at women and metrosexuals. The Ray-Z at younger female audience just like the original Ray. Coming back to the latest addition, Yamaha has gone to great lengths to make this scooter appeal to the younger male audience while completing its ‘family’.Read full review
As much as I would love to strut around on a Vespa, the sky-high pricing makes it an absurd proposition for people like me. The Yamaha Fascino on the other hand, offers similar perks for a lot less. But once you put its ‘lifestyle vehicle’ tag aside, is the Fascino capable enough to take on the best of the lot? Just about when it had its butt settled on the 110cc scooter segment throne, we decided to have the Hero Maestro Edge don its armour and duel it out with the Yamaha Fascino.
We thought the Fascino will be the last scooter from Yamaha and they would focus more on motorcycles, but we were proved wrong at the 2016 Auto Expo. The company unveiled their new scooter – the Cygnus Alpha ZR that is targeted towards young males.Read full review
The Fascino is the fourth member in Yamaha’s range of 110cc scooters. In just three months since its launch, the Fascino has become its top money spinner. Complete with neo-retro styling, the Fascino is being pitched at the youth with the lifestyle vehicle tag.
Time flies. It already has been more than a year and a half since Yamaha India introduced us all to the Ray. Launched as the company’s maiden offering to compete in India’s flourishing scooter market, the Ray managed to bring in good sales. Yamaha then followed it up with the launch of the sportier looking Ray Z which is currently doing well in the market but not as well as the brand would have liked.Read full review