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Launched in India in 2014.

Alpha is the third scooter from the Japanese two-wheeler manufacturers, showcased at the 2014 Auto Expo. This scooter uses a new design and styling features to distinct this one from other alternatives in the market.

This scooter is powered by an 113cc, air-cooled, 4-stroke engine with Continuous Variable Transmission (CVT). It delivers 7 bhp power @ 7500 rpm and a peak torque of 8.1 Nm @ 5000 rpm. The company offers a fuel economy of 62 kmpl.

The Alpha features a front telescopic suspension and a unit swing type suspension for the rear. It has an under bone frame. The braking force of this scooter is undertaken by 130 mm drum brakes at both the ends. It also features a long flat seat in order to provide comfort for both the riders and the under seat storage provides a space of 21 litres, which can easily accommodate a helmet.

According to Yamaha, this has made for Indian family, with its concept of, “Easy to go and high utility city mover”. This scooter is available in 8 different paint schemes. It faces strong challenges from Honda Activa, TVS Jupiter, Suzuki Let's.

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Price Rs. 52,054 [Ex-showroom, New Delhi]

The given price can change depending on the colour and other features like alloy wheels, disc brakes, accessories etc.

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Delhi, New Delhi Rs. 52,054 --
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Technical Specifications
TypeScooter
Engine Displacement113.00 cc
Engine TypeAir-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC, 2-valve
Engine StartingElectric and Kick
Bore x Stroke50.0mm x 57.8mm
Compression Ratio9.2 : 1
Engine LubricationForece-feed Lubrication, wet sump
ClutchDry, centrifugal
Fuel SystemCarburetor
IgnitionCDI (Capacitor Discharge Ignition)
Cooling SystemAir-cooled
Maximum Power7.1 PS/7500 r/min
Maximum Torque8.1 N-m/5000r/min
TransmissionV-belt automatic
Electricals
Battery12 V, 5.0Ah (10H)
Head LampHalogen Bulb, 12V, 35W/35W X1
Tail Lamp12V, 21W/5W X1
Brakes
Front BrakeDrum brake, 130mm dia
Rear BrakeDrum brake, 130mm dia
Chassis and Suspension
FrameUnderbone
Front SuspensionTelescopic
Rear SuspensionUnit swing
Tyres
Wheel Type
Front Tyre90/100-10 53J (Tube Type)
Rear Tyre90/100-10 53J (Tube Type)
Dimensions
Length x Width x Height1795 x 675 x 1124 mm
Wheelbase1270 mm
Weight104 kg
Ground Clearance128 mm
Petrol Tank Capacity5.2 litres

First Impression Review

Yamaha developed Cygnus Alpha as a perfect family scooter. A healthy share of Indian Automobile market is managed by the Indian family concept. For many, owning a car or motorcycle usually related or attached with the family. This is the primary reason behind the concept of family car or now a family scooter in India. Yamaha is very focused about its scooter market, as they are the last two-wheeler manufacturer in the country to enter the automatic scooter segment. The introduction of a family scooter is a part of their expansion in the scooter industry.

Yamaha Alpha Pic 15

The Way It Looks
Yamaha started their scooter revolution with Ray, which is said to be one of the best selling scooter model in the country. The Ray and Ray Z targets young boys and girls as the core design and styling elements are youth oriented. On the other hand Alpha is more mature looking scooter model with curves and ridges with typical scooter design. It uses conventional handlebar mounted headlamp and this enables the rider to have better visibility on taking turns. The Cygnus Alpha variant (updated version of original Alpha) features peppy graphics works along the body. It uses a dual-tone colour format upfront for the headlamp case and front covering panel. In this scooter we can find the presence of chrome here and there. Chrome plated rear view mirrors and a chrome beam bearing the Yamaha 3D emblem is placed at the nose of this scooter.

Yamaha Alpha Pic 16

At the rear, low positioned tail light gives a well-rounded appearance to the scooter. The paint coated aluminium grab bar is easy to grip and hold on. The black coated, up-swept exhaust kit suits well with Alpha design and styling.

Features
Yamaha has used new trendy full digital instrument console in the Cygnus edition of Alpha. It is very informative and easy to read under all light conditions. The shape of the console is very attractive with edgy borders. It displays odometer, speedometer, fuel gauge and also tell-tale lights. One of the important utility feature, such as the 21-litre under seat storage space lives up to the all expectations of a family scooter. The 250mm wide, flat footboard in the foot placement area ensures spacious leg space and plenty of room to carry luggage. The convenient hook above the board also helps to attach carrying bags with ease.

Yamaha Alpha Pic 17

The Engine
The Cygnus Alpha is powered by 113cc, single cylinder, air-cooled, 4-stroke SOHC engine, capable of delivering a maximum power of 7.2 Ps @ 7500 rpm and a peak torque of 8.1 Nm @ 5000 rpm. The engine can be started using electric push as well as kick start. The V-belt automatic transmission system transfers the power from engine to the wheels. The power delivery is smooth and it effortlessly takes the rider to higher power bands. This same powerplant is used in Ray scooters. Moreover, the engine is powered by Yamaha's own Blue Core Technology which ensures superior mileage and performance for the scooter. The BS24 carburettor with Throttle Positioning helps in good emission quality as well. The company claims a solid 66kmpl of mileage for the Alpha, under standard riding conditions.

Yamaha Alpha Pic 18

Suspension and Braking
As it is a family scooter, Alpha has to keep the rider and passenger in maximum comfort and stable in rough and uneven tarmac. It uses telescopic forks at the front and unit swing suspension at the rear for smooth and convenient riding. The Cygnus version uses hydraulic single disc brakes at the front and conventional drum brakes at the rear wheels.

Verdict
In the current scenario, there aren't any scooter or a motorcycle tagged under family concept. Nowadays, people are more attracted towards the styling as well as the performance of the machines. For example; we can see an adult as well as a 21 year old girl riding one of the performance oriented scooter, Aprilia SR 150. Therefore, a scooter is used by people of all the age groups and the old Alpha was primarily based on more mature customers. But the recently introduced Cygnus Alpha gets new attractive skin with sport shades of Black and Cyan. The stylish Calligraphy designs gives a new urban looks to the scooter making it as a new age family scooter. The mechanical specifications of the Alpha is quiet similar to the Ray siblings and it is good enough for a 100cc scooter. The fit and finish of Yamaha motorcycles are renowned and we can find the signs of this in Cygnus Alpha.
User Reviews of Alpha. Write Your Review
Alpha beta gamma ka chaala. Concentrated H2SO4 ne poora poora bachpan jalaa daala.
By on 06-02-2014
its just awesome. I just love it. I would like to recommend this to all.
By on 13-07-2014
i love alpha because of its view, colour and engine type
By on 01-10-2014
i bought the scooter with excitement and claimed mileage of 62kmpl but even after 3 services i get only about 25kmpl and if lucky i get max 30kmpl. No thats rubish and i m returning the scooter from the same placw i bought. I hope i get atleast 40k for it. i had bought it for 56k. Disappointed.
By on 10-02-2015
It's good look and lite weight to drive on the Road, With more pace in dike
By on 02-10-2015
It looks nice i am going to buy it to see its beauty and specification.
By on 01-11-2015
great . I love my yamaha Alpha
By on 14-11-2017
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