Vespa VX 125 vs Yamaha Ray Z

Compare Specifications of Vespa VX 125 and Ray Z

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Vespa VX 125
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Technical Specifications
Fuel Petrol Petrol
Engine Displacement 125.00 cc 113.00 cc
Engine 4 Stroke, 3 Valve, Single Cylinder, Air Cooled Air cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC,2-valve, Single cylinder
Engine Starting Self & Kick Electric/Kick
Maximum Power 10.06 PS @ 7500 RPM 7.1PS @ 7500rpm
Maximum Torque 10.6 Nm@6000 RPM 8.1Nm @ 5000rpm
Transmission Continuous Variable Transmission V-belt automatic
Top Speed -- 85 kmph
Mileage
Standard Test Conditions 60 kmpl 53 kmpl
Tyres
Front 90/100-10 53J 90/100-10 53J (Tube type)
Rear 90/100-10 53J 90/100-10 53J (Tube type)
Brakes
Front Disc Drum brake,130mm diameter
Rear -- Drum brake,130mm diameter
Suspension
Front Arm with coil spring and dual effect shock absorber Telescopic/Unit Swing
Rear Coil spring and dual effect shock absorber Telescopic/Unit Swing
Colors Available
Colors Metallic Green, Pink, Nero Volcano, Monte Bianco, Rosso Dragon, Giallo Lime, Midnight Blue, and Rosso Chanti Black Thunder, Pristine White, Regal Red


Physical Specs
Length 1770 mm 1835 mm
Width 690 mm 675 mm
Height 1140 mm 1075 mm
Weight -- 104 kg
Wheelbase 1290 mm 1270 mm
Ground Clearance -- 128 mm
Fuel Tank Capacity 8 litres 5 litres
Overview
About The Vespa VX 125 is nothing but a pro version of the Vespa LX 125. It additionally features a 2 Read More Yamaha Ray Z, the second scooter from Indian Yamaha Motor. The Ray Z is an upgraded variant of Read More
Features A 200mm front disc
A reworked instrumentation cluster
Beige seat option
An attractive grab rail
Two new colors - Metallic Green and Pink.
1) A smoked-finish visor for a motorcycle-like image
2) Aluminum rear wing-shaped tandem rider grab-bars
3) A new instrument panel with a carbon fiber patterned background
4) A carbon fiber patterned seat cover material
5) Dynamic coloring and graphics
Pros and Cons
Pros -- Looks sporty
Fuel Efficient
Cons -- Lacks quick pick-up

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