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Yamaha Saluto RX 110cc Launched in India at Rs. 46,400

Priced at Rs. 46,400 (ex-showroom Delhi), the Yamaha Saluto RX 110 is powered by a 110cc, 4-stroke air-cooled engine that is claimed to return a mileage of 82kmpl.

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Yamaha Saluto RX 110 was launched in the Indian market on April 14, 2016 at a price of Rs 46,400 (ex-showroom, Delhi).  The Saluto RX 110 is a down-sized version of the 125cc Saluto which was launched in the country last year. Aimed to target first time motorcycle buyers, the new Yamaha bike has come as a replacement to the Crux that was discontinued last year due to poor sales.

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The new street bike from Yamaha is claimed to offer a perfect balance of performance and fuel efficiency. The Yamaha Saluto RX 110cc will compete with Honda Dream Yuga, TVS Star City Plus, Mahindra Centuro and other 110cc motorcycles.

Power for the Yamaha Saluto RX comes from a 110cc, 4-stroke air-cooled engine that is boasted with Blue Core FZ technology. It offers a claimed power of 7.5bhp of power at 7000rpm against 8.5Nm of torque at 4500rpm. This power mill is paired to a 4-speed gearbox that helps it return an impressive mileage of 82kmpl. Features like lightweight frame, wheels and engine also aid to its fuel efficiency.

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The Yamaha Saluto RX 110cc has dual-tone side panels, resin tank cover, curvy rear subframe section and sharply pointed tail. The bike is also equipped with features such as an electric starter, halogen headlight, brake light, analogue speedometer, etc. Suspension duties are taken care of by telescopic forks up front and dual shocks at rear. For braking purpose, there are drum brakes on both wheels. It weighs 98kgs, and offers a fuel tank capacity of 7.2-litres. The new Yamaha commuter is available in 4 colour options – Brezzy Blue, Matt Black, Inspiring Red and Gleaming Black.

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Yamaha Saluto RX 110 Price

Rs. 46,400 (ex-showroom, Delhi)

Yamaha Saluto RX 110 Specifications

Engine Details
Type – Air cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC, 2-valve
Cylinder arrangement – Single cylinder
Displacement – 110cc
Maximum power – 7.3bhp @ 7000rpm
Maximum torque – 8.5Nm @ 4500rpm
Starting system type – Electric starter and kickstarter
Engine oil capacity – 1.00-litres
Fuel tank capacity – 7.2-litres
Transmission – Constant mesh, 4-speed

Yamaha Saluto RX 110 Dimensions

Length – 2020mm
Width – 740mm
Height – 1045mm
Seat height – 785mm
Wheelbase – 1255mm
Minimum ground clearance – 175mm
Weight (with oil and a full fuel tank) – 98kg

Tyre size
Front – 2.75-17 41P Tube type
Rear – 3.00-17 50P Tube type

Braking System

Front – Mechanical leading trailing drum brake
Rear – Mechanical leading trailing drum brake

Suspension System

Front – Telescopic fork
Rear – Swingarm

Yamaha Saluto Rx 110 Features

Halogen Headlight
Auxiliary light
Brake/tail light
Turn signal light
Analog Speedometer
Drum Odometer
Analog Fuel gauge

 

COMMENTS
  1. Biswanath Kheti
    April 16, 2016

    Overall design is good but the tubular pillion grabrail is very odd and it also needs a disc break for better handling and aggressive looking.

  2. moorthi
    April 19, 2016

    come fast

    • Editorial Team

      Editorial Team
      April 20, 2016

      Hi Moorthi

      The Yamaha Saluto RX 110cc bike is already on sale in India.

  3. Rajasekar
    May 4, 2016

    bcoz of low weight 98 kg, I think it give more mileage

  4. dattathreya
    May 25, 2016

    Can you reduce the seat height so as to use by 4 Ft 10 Inch height rider

  5. govind birru
    June 1, 2016

    good looking bike

  6. prakhar sharma
    July 3, 2016

    Very nice bike

  7. Dileepkumar Phadke
    July 13, 2016

    fule tank shape is not good.
    it must be as same as RX 100
    i am waiting for only this chenge. Will it ?

    • Editorial Team

      Editorial Team
      July 14, 2016

      We don’t expect any such changes in near future since the vehicle is fairly new in the Indian market.

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