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Yamaha Fascino 113cc Scooter launched in India – Rs. 52,500

Teased some time ago, the Yamaha’s all-new scooter has been launched today christened as Yamaha Fascino. This retro looking model like the Piaggio Vespa is based on their Nozza Grande 125 cc automatic scooter but is priced lower than the Italian at Rs 52,500 (ex-showroom Delhi). Like the other 3 scooters in Yamaha’s lineup, the […]Read More

Yamaha Ray Z wins the prestigious India Design Mark (I

Yamaha Motor India Sales Pvt. Ltd is proud to announce that the stylishly designed ‘RAY Z’ scooter is the recipient of the prestigious India Design Mark (I Mark)* awarded by the India Design Council. Following the last two years’ award for the YZF-R15 and Yamaha RAY, this is Yamaha’s third consecutive I Mark award. The […]Read More

2014 Auto Expo – Yamaha Alpha 110 scooter officially launched

Yamaha Alpha 110 scooter – Magenta The all-new Yamaha Alpha scooter has been officially launched at a reasonable price of Rs 49, 518. The Alpha scooter has been developed by the Japanese manufacturer for the Indian market especially targeting nuclear families. The underpinnings of the Alpha scooter will be similar to the Ray, which includes […]Read More

Yamaha Cygnus Alpha scooter – first photo, Auto Expo 2014

Yamaha Cygnus Alpha scooter Couple of weeks earlier, we speculated Yamaha India would launch 125cc scooter targeted mainly for family buyers, but things didn’t work-out as per our prediction. Instead the company announced a Safety Awareness Programme for kids and no new products were launched at the event. Now 2 weeks after the event, our […]Read More

Yamaha India to launch 125cc scooter for men in 2013,

Yamaha Motor India Pvt. Ltd. has decided to focus only on bringing in new scooters to our rapidly developing two wheeler market. Speaking to Financial Chronicle, India Yamaha Motor managing director and chief executive officer Hiroyuki Suzuki said the company will launch a sporty-stylish 125cc automatic scooter targeted at young men in 2013. Surprisingly, the […]Read More

Yamaha to introduce scooters in India

Japanese two-wheeler company Yamaha India is planning to introduce scooters in the Indian market to boost its topline. “We have a number of scooters in other markets like US and Europe and currently, we are studying the Indian market. We will launch entry level scooters here soon,” the Yamaha Motor India director and chief sales […]Read More