Yamaha Ray 110

Yamaha Ray 110


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Scooter Variant 2020 Yamaha Ray 110
Availability Status in India Discontinued
2-Wheeler Type Scooter
Latest Price in India 2020 Yamaha Ray 110 price was Rs 48,105 before being discontinued.
Fuel Type Petrol
Colour Options Starry White, Plush Pink, Shining Blue, Burgundy Bliss, Grey Grandeur and Black Star
Official Tagline Life is an Adventure
Engine Details Newly designed air-cooled 113cc four stroke single cylinder engine with BLUE CORE technology
Fuel System Carburetor
Cooling Air Cooling
Engine cc (Displacement) 113 cc
Maximum Power 7 Bhp @ 7500 rpm
Maximum Torque 8.1 Nm @ 5000 rpm
Number of Cylinders 1
Ignition C.D.I (Capacitor Discharge Ignition)
Lubrication Force-feed Lubrication , wet sump
Bore 50 mm
Stroke 57.8 mm
Number of Gears Automatic
Clutch Dry, Centrifugal
Gear Ratios 2.259~0.824
Primary Reduction Ratio 1.000
Secondary Reduction Ratio 9.388
Mileage 45-55 kmpl (approx.)
Front Brake 130mm drum
Rear Brake 130mm drum
Front Tyre 90/100-10 53J
Rear Tyre 90/100-10 53J
Wheel Type Steel Wheels
Tubeless Tyres
Alloy Wheels
0-60 kmph 12 secs
Front Suspension Telescopic
Rear Suspension Unit Swing
Frame (Chassis) Underbone
Overall Length 1835 mm
Overall Width 675 mm
Overall Height 1075 mm
Ground Clearance 128 mm
Seat Height 760 mm
Wheelbase 1270 mm
Kerb Weight 104 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 5 litres
Engine Oil Capacity 0.8 litres
Speedometer Analogue
Fuel Gauge Analogue
Pass Light
Battery Type Maintenance Free
Capacity 5 AH (10 H)
Voltage 12V
Head Light Halogen bulb 12V,35W/35W X1
Tail Light 12V,21W/5W X1
Turn Signal Light (Front) 12V, 10W X2
Turn Signal Light (Rear) 12V, 10W X2
Electric Start
Pillion Footrest
Step-up Seat/Split Seat
Miscellaneous Information
Caster 27.5
Trail 103

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Yamaha Ray 110 Review

21 Dec, 2021 04:10 PM

Quick Review by Maxabout Team

The design of Yamaha Ray 110 is intended to be attractive to female drivers, with vivid, eye-catching curves and edges, and it’s certainly something different in a market that is all too prone to generic design. The sharp lines of the bike's body are bold, almost aggressive, but its lights and clear-lens indicators are softer and more feminine. The main body of the bike is painted in the body color with striking black accents. The headlight fixtures are strong and nicely shaped, and the bike includes a silver tone back mirror. Overall, the body of the bike is expected to weigh 104 kilograms, placing it in the low to medium range of scooters. The scooter is certainly far more compact than many of its rivals, in keeping with its aim of attracting female drivers.

The Ray's smart analogue instrument console is eye-catching and visually appealing. It features a twin pod speedometer cluster, accompanied by low fuel, low oil and low battery indicators, and a number of other modern features that will help to set it apart from the analogue consoles of its rivals. All of the dials and displays are clear and striking, easy to read both in bright sunlight and in night conditions. The Yamaha Ray is powered by a 113cc four-stroke, air-cooled, single-cylinder engine with BLUE CORE technology. It claims a top power output of 7 Bhp at 7500 rpm and a maximum torque of 8.1 Nm at 5500 rpm. This kind of power should be adequate for the average female driver, but it's a distinctly underwhelming entry into a market dominated by scooters with 125 cc engines, and many drivers may choose to pass up on the Ray for this reason.

Yamaha claims that the Ray will have an average fuel consumption of 50 kilometres per litre, which would put it roughly on a level with many of its competitors. However, in the past Yamaha's estimates have been found to be somewhat generous, so it will return around 40-45 kmpl for inner city driving, pushing to 50-55 kmpl for flat out highway driving. As per the company claims, the highest mileage you can get is 66 kmpl. Yamaha has established itself as a manufacturer of scooters that are pleasant and comfortable to drive, and the Ray looks set to continue this. Its seat is well proportioned and spacious, with plenty of room for both driver and pillion, including ample foot room. The seat is of good quality and its upright position will ensure comfort over long journeys.

With the Ray, Yamaha has clearly decided to make storage a top priority, as this is likely to appeal most to its target audience of female drivers. In particular, the under-seat storage is capacious, offering more than 20 litres of storage space – enough to stow a bag or helmet as necessary. The Yamaha Ray features telescopic fork front suspension, similar to many of its competitors. Yamaha bikes generally offer well-built suspension that performs well on a range of road surfaces and on off-track drives.

The Yamaha Ray was expected to be available in two variants, one of which will feature drum brakes on the front and rear, and one of which will feature disc brakes at the front and drum brakes the rear. It's somewhat disappointing that Yamaha didn't opt for the more capable disc brakes on front, Ray is available in only variant featuring drum brakes at front and rear. Early reports of the Yamaha are complimentary about its handling and capability. Yamaha bikes are well known for offering a smooth, silent ride, and with the strong suspension on this model drivers can expect a pleasant driving experience on a bike that copes well with tight corners, suited to moving swiftly through city traffic. Yamaha Ray sports 10 inch tyres both at front and rear. With the Ray, Yamaha has opted for wider, tubeless tires that are far more puncture-resistant than the standard tubed tires of previous models.

In order to make it as appealing as possible to women drivers, Yamaha has packed the Ray with a number of enticing features to help to set it apart from its rivals. These include tubeless tyres, a sporty half-chain case, a maintenance-free battery, a viscous air filter, and a premium key. The Ray is a comfortable ride with some good features and nice handling, aiming to cater to the needs of the modern female driver. Many customers were eagerly awaiting the Yamaha Ray, as it promises to be an intriguing yet practical addition to Yamaha's scooter line, with plenty of storage space. Its lack of power is more than made up for by its modern features and snappy design.

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Nikhil - | 4 years ago
helpful 0

Max speed is 89km per hour I personally took it to that speed, it had been 4 months since I bought still people in market praise it, it had got the best finishing with wings on the handle which give it a racing look.

Best Features: Speed and look

Pros: got the best finishing with wings on the handle

Cons: Milage is just 25kmpl

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Yamaha Ray ZR is super stylish

Sk rackss | 2 years ago
helpful 0

It gives a mileage of 35-40 kmpl. I think it will improve with my first service.

Best Features: Mileage, Engine

Pros: Style

Cons: No complaints

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Yamaha Ray ZR

mahavir singh | 5 years ago
helpful 5

I am frustrated from its mileage. Is there any replacement policy?

Best Features: pick up, nice looks and light weight!

Pros: smooth engine, enough space

Cons: 25 kmpl of mileage only

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Yamaha Ray - Overall Unsatisfactory

Pooja - | 6 years ago
helpful 7

This bike is sleek and easy to handle, especially for short people. Center stand is very hard to use. The electric start of the bike constantly has starting trouble and needs to be fixed every time. The bike has good looks and pocket friendly maintenance cost except the electric start service of course.

Best Features: The bike has good looks and pocket friendly maintenance cost except the electric start service of course.

Pros: This bike is sleek and easy to handle, especially for short people.

Cons: Center stand is very hard to use. The electric start of the bike constantly has starting trouble and needs to be fixed every time.

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Fun to Ride

arushi sethi | 6 years ago
helpful 6

Yamaha Ray is a well-balanced scooter with excellent mileage and sharp handling. The triangular instrument cluster uses clear lens for amazing visibility, be it day or night. Seat comfort is spot on for both pillion and rider and the seat fabric is also of good quality. Seat height is low so that anybody can get their feet down comfortably. If you are under 5 feet tall, you can still handle this scooty well. Surprisingly my friend who is 5' 11” use this scooter for short runs but for long rides it is not comfortable. Being lightweight and compact automatically improves the fuel efficiency and one can expect best in class figures around the 45 km mark. The tail lamp is attractive and quite modern looking. The build quality is excellent and everything seems well put together. The most important thing is that it doesn't look feminine at all and can be ridden by everyone. It is quite lightweight and can be handled by any person easily whether he or she is young or old. The drawback is that it has a weak horn which sometimes create problem in crowded areas. The footrest are not proper which is another negative point of this scooter.

Best Features: Lightweight & Smooth Engine

Pros: Brakes, build quality, light weight, smooth engine, excellent handling, great styling

Cons: Low horn, Improper footrest

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