Yamaha has launched the new updated version of Yamaha Saluto 125 and Saluto RX. The new versions now come with Unified Braking System (UBS). This is done to meet the government safety norms for bikes under 125cc motorcycles. These norms specify that motorcycles below 125cc should have some sort of combined braking system. The norms are brought in to effect from April 2019.

Yamaha Saluto 125 and Saluto RX get UBS upgrades

Unified Braking System (UBS) works by partial applying front brake also when rear brake is engaged. This improves the braking performance as well as safety. This technology is also known as Combined Braking System or CBS. The UBS upgrade is available in all variants of both Saluto 125 and Saluto RS. Both the motorcycles are now also available in four color schemes.

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Commenting on the launch, Mr. Motofumi Shitara, Chairman, Yamaha Motor India group of companies said: “Yamaha’s unique style is to continually innovate its products in order to have a strong connection with the customers. At the same time, the company also feels an equal responsibility to ensure safety for the riders by introducing latest technologies. The Unified Braking System (UBS) will now create an easy riding scenario for any rider. The controlled experience of riding backed by Yamaha’s DNA of exciting, stylish and sporty will also spur excitement in the market.”

Yamaha Saluto specs and cost:

Yamaha Saluto 125 runs on a 125cc air cooled, 4 stroke engine based on Yamaha’s Blue Core Engine technology. The Saluto RX, on the other hand, uses a 110 cc air cooled, 4 stroke engine, also based on Blue Core Engine tech. Saluto 125 produces 8.2 bhp power and 10.1 Nm torque. The Saluto RX outputs 7 bhp power and 8.5 Nm torque.

Yamaha Saluto 125 and Saluto RX get UBS upgrades

The Saluto RX UBS is on sale for INR 52,000 (ex showroom). Saluto 125 with drum brake costs INR 58,800 (ex showroom). The Saluto 125 with disc brake costs INR 60,500. Saluto 125 is also available in Special Edition variants for both drum and disc brake versions and costs an extra INR 1000.

 

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