The Yamaha Fascino’s USP was its retro styling that resembled the Vespa scooters. Does it pack in enough to cast an impression.

The grip on dry roads is quite good and the tyres are well composed even under hard braking. It also gets a start-stop function that turns off the engine if you are waiting at a traffic signal.

It does not get a boot light. It isn't slow either. The previous-generation Fascino was Yamaha’s best selling scooter, offering Vespa-like styling at a much lower price point with the added bonus of Japanese reliability and refinement. The previous generation Fascino got an apron mounted cubby hole but the new one does not. The motor has a linear power delivery with enough grunt to sail through traffic and out on the highway it will cross the 80kmph mark with ease. The floorboard is roomier while the seat is longer and flatter than before.

The engine is smooth for the most part with the vibrations better damped than its sportier RayZR sibling. Yamaha chose to retain the same flowing lines in the new Fascino 125 with just a few tweaks. And now with a 125cc fuel-injected motor, the scooter is more powerful and refined too. The tail lamp is elongated and has a cleaner look. The handlebar is 18mm closer to the rider and 20mm taller than before. For one, the handlebar now sits 20mm higher and 18mm closer to the rider. In terms of performance, the Fascino is on par with most of its 125cc rivals but where it shines is in the fuel efficiency department. The mill is mated to a V-belt automatic transmission.

While the standard variant gets chrome finished headlamp bezel and front and side panel trim, the deluxe variants get a nice understated gloss black finish. Although we are a bit late too, we spent a few days with the Fascino 125 in a bid to find out what this new scooter offering from Yamaha is all about. While the setup filters out road imperfections well, the rear suspension tends to bounce over sharp ridges and speed breakers. Yamaha has made an interesting choice of abandoning the 110cc scooter segment in favour of the growing 125cc segment. To get moving, simply pull in the brakes and the motor comes to life. In its place is a storage hook. It features a large V-shaped tail unit consisting of a tail lamp and turn indicators. The new Yamaha Fascino 125 FI comes with a starting price of Rs. By proceeding ahead, you agree to BikeWale visitor agreement and privacy policy.

Gets silent starter generator and engine start/stop feature. Then there’s precise fuelling via fuel injection, and the engine has reduced friction which not just makes the 125cc scooter extremely refined but fuel-efficient as well. While the seat cushioning is on the slightly softer side, it is comfortable enough for city riding.

Uneven floorboard space makes foot placement feel awkward. The under-seat USB charger is an optional extra. That’s disappointing as the long tailpiece has ample space between the seat and tail lamp unit to accommodate one. Yamaha Fascino 125, Ray ZR 125 prices marginally hiked in India, The 125cc motor churns out decent performance. The weight reduction comes partly due to a lighter frame and the removal of the starter motor altogether. Thankfully the Fascino 125 gets an all-in-one ignition lock that also unlocks the seat so there is one less step to fill up the scooter. Road Test Review Yamaha Fascino 125 BS6: Roadtest Review 07 Sep 2020 Neil Nair While most of the big manufacturers already had an offering in the segment, Yamaha was the last to enter the party with the Fascino 125 in December 2019. Like new Honda scooters, the Fascino ditches the starter motor for a starter-generator that offers more silent starts. Sorry, we couldn’t find any partner dealerships in your area.Click here to see other dealerships near you. Both variants get a disc brake option for an extra Rs 2,500.

The Fascino 125 instead sticks to the basics. will get in touch with you soon.

This allows us to provide relevant content for you. As reported by Fascino 125 owners, the real mileage of Yamaha Fascino 125 is 50 kmpl. Above mentioned prices are Avg. The Fascino 125 is Yamaha’s entry-level 125cc scooter that has been designed to attract the youth of the country. The new motor now allows Yamaha to step into the more premium 125cc segment dominated by the Suzuki Access 125, Honda Activa 125 BS6 and Hero Maestro Edge 125. The Fascino moves up to the 125cc segment. That said we did not have the scooter’s underside graze anywhere during our close to 500km stint with it. It gets premium looking textured panels around the instrument console and behind the apron. Yamaha has retained the petal-shaped mirrors and it offers good rear view visibility.

It’s a good thing that you can have the Fascino 125 in six other vibrant colours.

You can opt for an under-seat storage hook from Yamaha’s accessories list. Royal Enfield Meteor 350: Road Test Review, Royal Enfield Interceptor BS6: Road Test Review.

To the discerning rider, the Fascino may feel dated and lacking in features.

During the BS6 transition, Yamaha decided to replace the Fascino’s 113cc motor with an all-new 125cc mill. So are the updates enough for the Fascino to regain its popularity among buyers?

BikeWale collects mileage information from bike owners to provide you with the actual mileage that you might get. This scooter has received plenty of updates for 2021 model year. During the BS6 transition, Yamaha decided to replace the Fascino’s 113cc motor with an all-new 125cc mill. The Yamaha Fascino has already won hearts with its unique appearance and slick design. While most of the 125cc and even 110cc scooters now get an external fuel filler cap, Yamaha continues to skip offering this convenience feature on the Fascino 125. It continues to use a 10-inch rear wheel as well as telescopic fork and a monoshock.

Also read: Suzuki Access 125 BS6: Road Test Review. The long wheelbase makes the Fascino 125 feel stable on the highway but you might want to take it easy in a downpour as the Maxxis tyres feel slightly skittish at close to 60-70kmph over wet roads. Plush ride setup gobbles up all the bumps in your path.

tractive paint schemes, this scooter does look quite enticing. While the floorboard is spacious, it is not flat. The underseat storage space is spacious but shallow so you will have trouble storing a full-size helmet in there. Though spartan, it is a clean and classy looking unit with a legible layout.

However, do not expect typical Japanese levels of refinement as the motor sounds quite gruff and a bit uncouth. The scooter does not get any LED lighting either. Due to the curved shape of the side panels, the rear part of the floorboard tapers upwards. Yamaha Fascino 125 Suspension & Brakes: The Fascino 125 BS6 gets a new frame that allows the seat and floorboard to be longer than before. So are the updates enough for the Fascino to regain its popularity among buyers? Your weekly dose of bike updates: Hero Xtreme 200S BS6 launch, Yamaha price hike and more! (Not avb for Yellow Cocktail and Vivid Red ). For one, it is lighter than the competition which means the Fascino has less weight to lug around. The headlamp gets a distinctive concave shape with a surrounding bezel. Engine is defi. Overall, the Fascino 125 has evolved into a larger scooter with a cleaner design. Yamaha claims that the all-new fuel-injected motor is not just 30 percent more powerful than the older 113cc motor, it is also 16 percent more fuel-efficient. The underpinnings and bodywork give very little to complain about either. The Yellow Cocktail and Vivid Red colour variants are available only as disc brake options. The hook isn't spring-loaded so you have to manually push it back to its resting position once you have used it.

We would have loved seeing a clear lens treatment here as it would have given the plain-looking tail section a premium look. It', Engine is smooth & punchy. Sorry, we couldn’t find any dealerships in your area. Sometime you won't feel that your scooter is already on due to the engine noise until you don't accelerates. With its modern-retro styling and at. The suspension is tuned for comfort.

But it misses out on some useful modern features. But it is perfect for the average consumer who is looking to step up to the 125cc segment but does not want to let go of the term ‘affordability’ and ‘fuel efficiency’ associated with 110cc scooters. Brakes offer strong bite and fantastic feedback.

Despite being 5mm taller than before, the seat is accessible to shorter riders since it is narrower at the front. Ex-showroom. Where the Fascino 125 impresses is in terms of technology. 99kg weight makes it light enough for all members of the family. The optional 190mm front disc brake offers a strong bite and excellent feel through the levers. The new Yamaha Fascino 125 gets updates to make it more ergonomically efficient. Yamaha Fascino 125 FI Engine The new Fascino 125 FI is powered by a BS6-compliant, air-cooled, 4-stroke, fuel-injected, 125cc engine that delivers 8.2PS and 9.7Nm of peak torque.