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Festive offers on Yamaha Scooter Models in October 2021

Written by Nayak

Yamaha India today released its festive season offer for its scooter range. Given the current festive season, where customer sentiments run high in terms of buying, Yamaha aims to leverage this demand. These offers will run till 31st October 2021. Customers planning to get a Yamaha scooter in this period can avail of cashback offers ranging from INR 3,000 to INR 4,000. This offer is only applicable for Yamaha’s 125 cc scooter range. And hence the included scooters are Fascino 125 Fi (Hybrid + Non-Hybrid), Ray ZR 125 Fi and Ray ZR Street Rally 125 Fi (Hybrid + Non-Hybrid).

Festive Season To Help Boost The Sales

Given the subdued sales in the pandemic months, automotive companies are aiming to revive the sales figure in this festive season. Along with Yamaha, many other automotive firms have released their festive offers. These act as incentives that further compels more customers to buy the products. Anyway, the festive season has historically proved that it does help in boosting the sales figure. Yamaha’s range of scooters has a healthy sales figure in the country. And this festive offer will further add more customers to the brand.

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Yamaha recently launched the 2021 version of the YZF-R15 Version 4 and R15M. The engine remains the same, but there are some significant updates to the suspension and features list. In an attempt to make motorsports more prevalent in the country, Yamaha had launched MotoGP limited edition bikes in India. The new range of Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP includes the Aerox 155, FZ-25, MT-15, RayZR 125 Fi and the R15 Version 4.

Products under this are available only for a limited time period. The Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP features the prominent race-livery in black and blue colours. Along with this, there’s an eye-catchy Monster Energy logo on the sides. Motorsport enthusiasts in the country will definitely appreciate Yamaha efforts in bringing this Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP inspired range to the domestic market.

Also Read: Yamaha launches MotoGP Limited Edition two-wheelers in India.