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Comparison of BS6 Yamaha Ray ZR 125 vs BS6 TVS NTorq 125



BS6 Yamaha Ray ZR 125 VS BS6 TVS NTorq 12 – All About BS6 Yamaha Ray ZR 125 VS BS6 TVS NTorq 12  ✓ Overview ✓ Specification ✓ CBS  ✓ Features ✓ Colors ✓ Mileage ✓ Performance ✓ Price ✓ Comparison ✓ Images.

The 125cc scooter market in India is focused on a young generation customer. BS6 Yamaha Ray ZR 125 and BS6 TVS NTorq 125 both are the premium stylish scooter form the 125cc scooter segments in India. Both of these scooters come with many advance features loaded and essentially cover everything in terms of features that you would want from a 125cc scooter segment. Both scooters are now BS6 compliant standard emission engine with fuel injection system that technology will not only lead to a crisper throttle response but also help in making the engine more fuel efficient. Both scooters are now available in stylish look with attractive colors options and bold body graphics.

BS6 Yamaha Ray ZR 125 is the Yamaha’s new-age styling premium scooter from the combination of attractive design and better performance scooter from the Yamaha Motor lineup. On the other hand, BS6 TVS NTorq 125 is the famous stylish designed premium scooter from the combination of stylish body panel with new advance technology from the TVS Motor lineup. BS6 Yamaha Ray ZR 125 is the Indian scooter in 125cc segment gets Yamaha’s new Ray ZR comprises Stop & Start system, Smart Motor Generator for a quieter start-up and side stand engine cut-off function. On the other hand, BS6 TVS NTorq 125 is the first Indian scooter that gets a Bluetooth integrated digital instrument cluster with TVS’s SmartXconnect technology, you can connect your smartphone to the scooter via Bluetooth connectivity. So, BS6 Yamaha Ray ZR 125 is stands against its closest rival the BS6 TVS NTorq 125 in the 125cc premium level scooter segments in India.

BS6 Yamaha Ray ZR 125 VS BS6 TVS NTorq 12 – Specifications:

BS6 Yamaha Ray ZR 125 is powered by the all-new 125cc, 4-stroke, air-cooled, single-cylinder, SOHC, BS6 engine with fuel injection system that produces 8.2 Hp of power at 6500 rpm and 9.7 Nm of torque at 5000 rpm. The engine is mated to an automatic transmission. The engine come with AGC silent start system and a stop-start futures. The suspension duties managed by telescopic fork at the front and unit swing arm at the rear. The Braking duties handled by optional brake either drum brake or disc brake at the front and drum brake at rear with Unified Braking System (UBS) for the better handling braking duties and safe ride on the road.

On the other hand, BS6 TVS NTorq 125 is powered by the all-new 124.8cc, 4-stroke, air-cooled, single-cylinder, BS6 engine with fuel injection system that produces 9.25 Hp of power at 7000 rpm and 10,5 Nm of torque at 5500 rpm. The engine is mated to automatic CVT transmission. The suspension duties managed by telescopic suspension with hydraulic dampers at the front and coil spring with hydraulic dampers at the rear. The Braking duties handled by optional 130 mm drum brake or 220 mm disc brake at the front and 130 mm drum brake at rear with Synchronized Braking Technology (SBT) for the better handling braking duties and safe ride on the road.

Specifications BS6 Yamaha Ray ZR 125 BS6 TVS NTorq 125
Engine Description 4-Stroke, Air-Cooled, Single-Cylinder, SOHC, Fi, BS6 Engine 4-Stroke, Air-Cooled, Single-Cylinder, Fi, BS6 Engine
Emission Standard BS6 BS6
Displacement 125cc 124.8cc
Maximum Power 8.2 Hp @ 6500 rpm 9.25 Hp @ 7000 rpm
Maximum Torque 9.7 Nm @ 5000 rpm 10.5 Nm @ 5500 rpm
No. of Cylinders 1 1
Bore 52.4 mm
Stroke 57.9 mm
No. of Gears Automatic Automatic
Transmission Type V-Belt Automatic CVT
Front Brake Drum Brake / Disc Brake 130 mm Drum / 220 Disc
Rear Brake Drum Brake 130 mm Drum
Braking System UBS (Unified Braking System) Synchronized Braking Technology (SBT)
Front Suspension Telescopic Fork Telescopic Suspension with Hydraulic Dampers
Rear Suspension Unit Swing Arm Coil Spring with Hydraulic Dampers
Wheels Type Alloy Alloy
Front Wheel 12 Inch 12 Inch
Rear Wheel 10 Inch 12 Inch
Tyre Type Tubeless Tubeless
Front Tyre 90/90-12 100/80-12
Rear Tyre 90/100-10 110/80-12
Length 1880 mm 1861 mm
Width 685 mm 710 mm
Height 1190 mm 1164 mm
Ground Clearance 145 mm 155 mm
Seat Height 785 mm 770 mm
Wheel Base 1280 mm 1285 mm
Fuel Tank Capacity 5.2 Liters 5.8 Liters
Kerb Weight 99 kg 118 kg

BS6 Yamaha Ray ZR 125 VS BS6 TVS NTorq 12 – Features:

BS6 Yamaha Ray ZR 125 come with many advance features including the apron-mounted halogen headlight setup, Y-shaped LED position lights, long or comfortable seat, alloy wheels and tubeless tyres. The new scooter also come with digital instrument cluster show scooter important information like as speedometer, trip meter, odometer, fuel gauge and more. The new scooter equipped with additional features Yamaha’s new Ray ZR comprises Stop & Start system, Smart Motor Generator for a quieter start-up and side stand engine cut-off function. The new scooter equipped with additional safety features optional brake either drum or disc barke at the front and drum brake at the rear end with the Unified Braking System (UBS) for the advance safety purpose ride in the road. The Street Rally variant equipped with additional benefits from knuckle guards, slightly different side panels and block pattern tyres.

On the other hand, BS6 TVS NTorq 125 come with many advanced features including the halogen headlight with automatic headlamp on (AHO), LED taillight, mobile charging socket, split grab rails and external fuel filler cap. The news scooter also come with fully-digital instrument cluster with 60 features and TVS’s SmartXconnect you can connect your smartphone to the scooter via Bluetooth connectivity. The smartphone connectivity you get access to call and message alerts, turn-by-turn navigation, last parked location, ride statistics and more. The new scooter gets an engine-kill switch and shows high-speed alert and TVS patented Econometer with two different riding mode an Eco Mode and Power Mode. The new scooter equipped with additional safety features optional brake either drum or disc barke at the front and drum brake at the rear end with the Synchronized Braking Technology (SBT) for the advance safety purpose ride in the road.

BS6 Yamaha Ray ZR 125 BS6 TVS NTorq 125
– Large Capacity 21-Litres of Under-Seat Storage
– Side Stand Engine Cut-Off Function
– Apron-Mounted Halogen Headlight
– BS6 Emission Standard Engine
– Unified Braking System (UBS)Y-Shaped LED Position Lights
– Long and Comfortable Seat
– Digital Instrument Cluster
– Attractive Colors Options
– Smart Motor Generator
– Fuel Injection System
– Bold Body Graphics
– Start/Stop System
– Tubeless Tyres
– Alloy Wheels
– Disc Brake
– Synchronized Braking Technology (SBT)
– Econometer with Eco and Power Mode
– Large 22-Litres Under Seat Storage
– Automatic Headlamp On (AHO)
– BS6 Emission Standard Engine
– Fully-Digital Instrument Cluster
– Bluetooth Connectivity
– Sporty Split Grab Rail
– Fuel Injection System
– Mobile Charging Port
– External Fuel Filler
– Engine Kill Switch
– Attractive colors
– Tubeless Tyres
– Parking Brake
– Large Wheels

BS6 Yamaha Ray ZR 125 VS BS6 TVS NTorq 12 – Colors:

BS6 Yamaha Ray ZR 125 BS6 TVS NTorq 125
– Deep Purplish Blue Metallic
– Reddish Yellow Cocktail
– Matte Red Metallic
– Dark Matte Blue
– Metallic Black
– Sparkle Green
– Cyan Blue
– Matte Yellow
– Metallic Grey
– Metallic Blue
– Metallic Red
– Matte Silver
– Matte Red

BS6 Yamaha Ray ZR 125 VS BS6 TVS NTorq 12 – Mileage:

Fuel Efficiency BS6 Yamaha Ray ZR 125 BS6 TVS NTorq 125
Mileage (ARAI) 58 Kmpl 50 Kmpl

BS6 Yamaha Ray ZR 125 VS BS6 TVS NTorq 12 – Performance:

Performance BS6 Yamaha Ray ZR 125 BS6 TVS NTorq 125
Top Speed 90 Kmph 95 Kmph
0-60 Kmph 9 Seconds 9 Seconds

BS6 Yamaha Ray ZR 125 VS BS6 TVS NTorq 12 – Price:

Ex-Showroom Price Delhi  BS6 Yamaha Ray ZR 125 BS6 TVS NTorq 125
Base Variant Drum Brake – Rs. 69,530 Drum Brake – Rs. 66,885
Mid Variant Disc Brake – Rs. 72,530 Disc Brake – Rs. 70,885
Top Variant Street Rally – Rs. 73,530 Race Edition – Rs. 73,365


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