Yamaha issues voluntary recall for Ray scooter

Posted on: Jul 22, 2013 - 9:51am IST

The recalling trend has now filtered down to the two wheeler industry as well! But it is good to see two wheeler makers in India also making attempts to rectify a potential defect.

Yamaha Ray white side

Yamaha has announced that it will voluntarily recall 56,082 units of its Ray scooter. The two-wheeler maker has detected insufficient strength in the handlebar of some of the scooters due to insufficient welding.

The company has issued the following statement in its website under the banner “Yamaha Ray Refresh Campaign”:

Yamaha found that the handle bar fitted in few Ray scooters may not function properly due to insufficient welding strength. Yamaha has identified all such vehicles with potential problem. The scooter owned by you may be among them. As a socially responsible company, we have decided to voluntarily replace the handle bar in all affected scooters. The replacement including its labor charge will be free.

If you happen to own a Yamaha Ray we suggest you to visit enter Yamaha’s website and enter your vehicle’s 17 digit Chassis/Frame number and check whether your vehicle is in the scope of the recall program.

It’s to be noted that Yamaha has extended the Ray lineup recently with the Ray Z which is basically nothing but a Ray with sporty decals and few cosmetic add-ons.

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5 thoughts on “Yamaha issues voluntary recall for Ray scooter

  1. Praveet Singh says:

    Good Initiative By India Yamaha Motor.
    Voluntarily replacing the handlebars free of cost.
    Hope Of Ray for Other as well in two wheel segment specially company like bajaj

    YES! YAMAHA

    Reply
  2. RAHUL SANKARAN says:

    Dear Roy,

    Thank you for the Clarification.

    Reply
  3. RAHUL SANKARAN says:

    Is this recall campaign for both Ray and Ray z? cos i have purchased a Ray Z last week.

    Reply
    1. Dear Rahul, request you to head to the official website and enter your chassis/frame number to see if your bike is hit by the recall.

      Reply

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As a toddler, those wheeled machinery fascinated me even before I knew what they’re called as! So here I'm, petrolhead by birth, Mechanical engineer by qualification and automotive reporter by profession!