Yamaha FZ, Saluto, and Cygnus Ray Dark Night edition for India
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Yamaha FZ, Saluto, and Cygnus Ray Dark Night edition

Yamaha India today made available the FZ-S FI, Saluto RX and Cygnus Ray ZR disc brake Dark Night edition.

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India Yamaha Motor has introduced a Dark Night variant of motorcycles and scooter. This includes a Dark Night FZ-S FI, Saluto RX and Cygnus Ray ZR disc brake variant. The combination brings together Matt black finish in chrome design for lustre, and in general introduces an overall new external appearance.

Through its new colour and chrome offering, Yamaha Motor India spurs festive season excitement, and caters to wide and varied customer demand. Roy Kurian, Senior Vice President, Sales & Marketing, Yamaha Motor India Sales Pvt. Ltd. says Yamaha’s affinity to black body two-wheelers is inspired by its DNA of being sporty and stylish.

The newest Yamaha style offerings are now available for sale. Yamaha Dark Night variant price list is as follows: FZ-S FI Rs 84012(Ex-showroom Delhi), Rs. 84012 (Ex-showroom Mumbai). Yamaha Saluto RX Rs.48721 (Ex-showroom Delhi), Rs.49021 (Ex-showroom Mumbai). Yamaha Cygnus Ray ZR (Disc brake) Rs.56898 (Ex-showroom Delhi), and Rs.58000 (Ex-showroom Mumbai).

10 days earlier, Yamaha launched the touring-friendly Fazer 25, and addition to the FZ Series. New Fazer 25 features a newly designed air-cooled, 249 cc, 4-stroke, SOHC, 2-valve, single-cylinder, fuel-injected engine on a lightweight frame, and targets buyers in their 20s and early 30s. Yamaha Fazer 25 will be on sale from September 2017, and is available in two colour schemes – Soulful Cyan and Rhythmic Red. Yamaha has not added ABS as a standard or optional feature, and is likely to wait until 2019 to bring on ABs as standard at which time it will be mandatory for Indian two-wheelers.

And while the company strives to make available a wide range of variants for its existing product offering, they’re mum on the launch of the much awaited Yamaha R15 V3. For 2017, Yamaha India aims sales of 900,000 units owing to scooter segment growth, through scooter sales increase within overall company sales with the upcoming festival season prepped to play a big role.

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