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After a major problem, Yamaha is recalling 300,000 motorbikes in India; customers will get

<p>With immediate effect, Yamaha has issued a voluntary recall of about 300,000 125cc scooters produced between January 1, 2022, and January 4, 2024. The business disclosed that there has been a documented problem with the brake lever performance in some units. The recall aims to address a problem with the brake lever operation in certain scooter models, including the Fascino 125 Fi Hybrid and the Ray ZR 125 Fi Hybrid (Jan 2022 forward models). The concerned consumer is receiving the new item at no cost to them.</p>
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<p>Customers may check whether they qualify for the recall by going to the Yamaha Motor India website’s Service area, selecting the “SC 125 Voluntary Recall,” and entering their chassis number to find out what to do next.</p>
<p>The BS-VI OBD2 & E-20 fuel-compliant, air-cooled, fuel-injected (FI), 125 cc blue core engine powering Yamaha’s new 2023 hybrid scooter line generates 10.3 N.M. of torque at 5,000 RPM and 8.2 PS of power at 6,500 RPM. Yamaha’s global research and development, aimed at enhancing performance in all facets of two-wheeling, is embodied in its 125 Fi Hybrid engine. A Smart Motor Generator (SMG) System, which has been specially designed to enhance the scooter riding experience, is a feature of this hybrid engine.</p>

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