Yamaha Ray Z is a scooter launched by Yamaha after the success of Ray which was, as Yamaha said, a ladies-only scooter. So, Yamaha launched this scooter especially for male fans as it has got more sporty looks. The exterior of Yamaha Ray Z scooter is not very much changed from original Ray but has added certain modifications which will attract male fans. It has kick start as well as self-start and fuel tank capacity of 5 litres. It also has an optional chequered pattern on the lower end of the rear seat to give a funky look for male drivers. It also got new and stylish visors and decals. It comes equipped with a pass switch, clock and a clip on handle bars. The body of this scooter has sharp and aggressive lines to give it a macho look with stylish headlight and clear lens indicators. It has all analogue instrument cluster with low oil, fuel and battery indicators and speedometer. Yamaha Ray Z has a 12V and 35W Halogen headlamp and a 12V and 5Ah battery.
Yamaha Ray Z has a 113cc, Air-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC, 2-valve, single cylinder petrol engine which generates a maximum power of 7 bhp @ 7500rpm and a maximum torque of 8.1 Nm @ 5500rpm and has an automatic transmission. It has a bore of 50mm and 57.8mm of stroke. It reaches 0-60 kmph mark in 12 seconds and has a top speed of 90 kmph. It has a wheelbase of 1270mm, 128mm of ground clearance and 104 kgs of kerb weight. It has 10-inch steel wheels. It has 130mm of drum brakes at front and at rear. It gives a mileage of 45 kmpl in the cities and 65 kmpl on the highways. It has telescopic front and unit swing rear suspension.
The Ray-Z is offered in three colour schemes, Black Thunder, Pristine White and Regal Red. It joins the crowd of other scooters like the Honda Activa-i, Honda Dio, TVS Wego, Hero Maestro, Mahindra Gusto and TVS Jupiter.