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The Yamaha Company has always been famous for their stunning bikes that not only look good but are always fuel efficient and are worth the money you spend on it. Buying a bike is always a complicated process, but the Yamaha assurance is what creates a trust factor for the customers so that they can buy the bike without any hesitation. The Yamaha Saluto is one of the most basic bikes from Yamaha. Most of the Yamaha Saluto reviews only focus on its specification because there isn’t much to talk about with its exteriors. But even though it is a basic bike, it still has its advantages like its mileage which is extremely good for an average bike like the Saluto. The minimalistic looks of the bike along with its superior features balance out the bike perfectly well. The Saluto come in 7 colours, which are- Victory Red, Dashing White, Brave Black, Majestic Red, Glory Green, Matte Green and Bold Blue.
The following is a comprehensive Yamaha Saluto review:
Exteriors: Yamaha has decided to go simple with the Saluto design. The bike does not come with a flashy design or anything of that sort, but that is exactly what makes it so unique. Due to its superior features, its exteriors are intentionally kept minimalistic. The front suspension is telescopic forks, and rear suspension is swingarm. The front of the bike features a pentagonal pilot lamp and a classy visor. The side has a dual tone cowl and black engine. These along with the well-padded seats not only make the bike comfortable but adequately good looking. For once the bike has a clean design instead of the typical Yamaha flashy stickers. The decals on the fuel tank and the thick black strip running down the fuel tank all the way up to the tail lights are the only features that add a bit of flair to the basic design of the bike. The instrument cluster that displays speed, odometer and fuel tank has also been made to look as fundamentalist as it can. The kerb weight of the bike is only 112 kgs which makes it easier for the bike to move over roads faster and more efficiently.
Specifications: The Saluto has a single cylinder, 4 Stroke, Air Cooled, SOHC, 2-Valve engine with an engine displacement of 125 cc. It also comes with wet, multi-plate clutch, CDI ignition and self/kickstart. The maximum power of the bike is 8.3 PS 7000 rpm, and maximum torque is 10.1 Nm @ 4500 rpm. The fuel type is petrol, and the fuel tank capacity is 7.8 litres with a mileage of 78 kmpl. The maximum speed of the bike is 95 kmph. The front and rear brake type is drum. The bike also comes with a four speed gearbox with manual transmission and chain, constant mesh drive type.
Price: The Yamaha Saluto price is INR 53,898, ex-showroom (including GST). The Yamaha Saluto on road price is INR 57,695.