Yamaha Alpha: Alpha, the Numero Uno!

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Yamaha Alpha scooter is especially designed for the Indian roads.

There was a time when motorcycle had all but piped the scooter to the post, but no more. The scooter in a new avatar is slowly gaining ground what with Yamaha coming out with most appealing versions. If you have not seen Yamaha Alpha, you have seen nothing!

The Look:

The Alpha’s look is certainly most appealing. Put together on a larger frame, it feels bigger and more powerful, and full of new features. The beefed-up body of this scooter gives it a more conventional look. The broad headlamp mounted on the handlebar is especially designed for a bright and effective beam during the night. The teardrop-design indicators, flushed with the lower front body, give a stylish look to the scooter. Good positioning of the rear view mirrors provides good rear vision. What imparts a typical family-scooter look are the front apron and mudguard, but what is missing, though, are the storage cubbies under the handlebar. The superb rear design, with tail light placed low than turn indicators, makes it stand apart from its rivals. The shape of exhaust nicely syncs with the scooter and the grab rail provides a most comfortable hold for the pillion.

The Console:

The instrument console of Alpha is basic and includes a speedometer, an odometer, and fuel-gauge and turn indicator light. The superior-quality switches on the console are simple to handle even by the newbie’s and work perfectly.

The Performance:

Its smooth performance under varying conditions may be credited to its air-cooled, 4-stroke, 113cc engine that has been designed for reliability and good fuel economy. The Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) unit, paired with the engine, combines good functionality with a contemporary design.

The Ride:

Alpha gives a comfortable ride, since it has a large floorboard that provides enough leg room and space not only for a comfortable drive, but also for carrying extra baggage. What is lacking, though, is a front storage bin that is not compensated by providing a parcel hook.

The Consumption:

The Alpha is economical and gives around 62 kmpl in the city and more on highways.

The Comfort and Safety:

Comfort and safety have been especially taken care of in this family transport without compromising on its modern design. What’s more, its seat is widest and longest in its class with good cushioning, enabling hours of driving without discomfort in long commutes. The under-seat storage space of 21 litres can easily accommodate a half-face helmet, on-board tools, documents, office bags, etc.

Yamaha Alpha

The Colours:

Five most eye-catching shades – Rocking Red, Beaming Blue, Gleaming Gold, Magical Magenta, Brilliant Black, Graceful Grey, Fiery Red and Radiant White.

The Cost:

Yamaha Alpha with electric start and drum brake is priced at Rs.50, 789

The Verdict:

The family needs have been nicely catered to in great detail in this modern-day, well-designed scooter. Being lighter, more agile and easy to ride, this scooter has certainly proved to be an absolute value for money for the scooter lovers. Yamaha alpha is a must have for those who want a perfect ride with great comfort, by means of powerful and reliable suspension. Follow this amazing automobile from the house of Yamaha. Yamaha Company is proudly serving a number of millions of its customers in India with a boastful level of satisfaction in terms of performance, riding experience and last but not least durability of its bikes. Go for this bike with all your confidence. It is highly advisable to use all the safety gears. Speed thrills but surely kills.

Have a safe and great riding experience.

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