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Associated Motorways (Private) Limited (AMW), sole agents in Sri Lanka for the Yamaha brand last week launched the Yamaha Ray ZR “The Uncommon Ride” in Colombo with the presence of Samantha Rajapaksa, Group Managing Director of AMW; Yohann De Zoysa, Director Passenger Vehicle; Shehann de Zoysa, General Manager of Yamaha; Zahran Ziyawudeen, Manager Sales & Operation of Yamaha;Ohno Izumi and Yamauchi Minoru representing Yamaha Japan.

Ray ZR with a distinctive, stylish rugged and muscular design makes the rider stand out, when they zip past in their scooter,with fuel efficiency of 66 kmpl churned out by the evolutionary Bluecore technology and a fuel tank with 5.2 litre capacity is ample to cover just about any distance on a busy day.

Yamaha Ray ZR comes in auto-gear, which is ideal for one who has just taken up riding scooters, thereby adding to its ease of riding and safety. For the technologically inclined, the Ray ZR comes with an air-cooled 4-stroke, SOHC 2-valve engine, with a displacement of 113 CC tubless tyres and having 21 litres of storage capacity is a blessing to safely carry around their books and personal effects.

Along with the Yamaha Ray ZR scooter, customers will receive a complementary helmet, free insurance cover, free registration, 5 years warranty& a free jacket when they leased through AMW Capital Leasing, LB Finance, Arpico Finance, Commercial Credit or Alliance Finance. Terms and conditions apply.

Founded in 1949, AMW, now part of the Al Futtaim Group has consistently, over 65 years, grown to become the preeminent group in the industry.