Yamaha Launches All New Cygnus Ray-ZR Scooter At Rs 52,000

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NEW DELHI: India Yamaha Motor today launched all new Cygnus Ray-ZR scooter in the country which would be available for sales in the market from next month with price starting at Rs 52,000 (ex-showroom Delhi).

The company had first showcased the scooter during the 13th Auto Expo in February.

"With Yamaha's forte to cater to youngsters with its DNA of style, sportiness and innovation, the new Cygnus Ray-ZR will surely be a treat..." Yamaha Motor India Sales VP-Sales & Marketing Roy Kurian said in a statement.

Of the total demand for two wheelers in India, the scooter segment is soaring with 30 per cent contribution to the sales and Yamaha is looking at 10 per cent market share for this year, he added.

The drum brake version of the bike is priced at Rs 52,000 while the disk brake variant is priced at Rs 54,500 (ex-showroom Delhi).



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Source: PTI
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