2023 Yamaha Fascino, Ray ZR updated with new BS-VI Stage-II emission norms: Here are the changes
News by Team Drivio | 17th Feb 23
Apart from compliance with BS-VI stage-II emission norms, the Yamaha Fascino and Ray ZR ranges will also come with new color options.
- The 125cc engine of Yamaha Fascino and Ray ZR range will continue to produce 8.2 PS and 10.3 Nm.
- The new OBD system for BS-VI stage-II compliance is expected to make the engine feel smoother.
- Expect no other changes to the design and features list for both scooters.
After updating its motorcycle range with BS-VI stage-II emission norms, Yamaha is all set to introduce the same update for its scooter range, which includes Fascino and Ray ZR models. Both the 125cc scooters from Yamaha will now come equipped with an onboard diagnostics (OBD) system for tracking real-time emission levels.
What are the changes in the new Yamaha Fascino, Yamaha Ray ZR?
A leaked type-approval document from ICAT shows that the Yamaha Fascino (Standard and S variants) and Yamaha Ray ZR (Standard and Street Rally variants) are now compliant with Bharat Stage-VI stage-II emission norms.
All the variants of these scooters now come with an OBD system (as mentioned above) as the only add-on under this new revision. Yamaha will also introduce a few new color options for both the scooters, just like it did for its range of motorcycles a few days ago.
What is new in performance and features of the new Yamaha Fascino, Ray ZR?
Even with the inclusion of the OBD stage-II system, the four-stroke, single-cylinder, air-cooled, 125cc engine of the Yamaha Fascino and Yamaha Ray ZR range continue to claim 8.2 PS @ 6500 rpm. It is expected that the torque output too will remain the same at 10.3 Nm @ 5000 rpm.
Both Yamaha Fascino and Yamaha Ray ZR scooters will continue to have an LED headlamp, fully-digital instrument console with Bluetooth connectivity, alloy wheels, multi-functional ignition keyhole and front disc brake.