India Yamaha Motor has initiated a voluntary recall of the ‘Ray’, the first scooter sold in India by the Japanese manufacturer. The company has discovered an issue with the handlebar, which could potentially impact normal steering operation. A total of 56,082 scooters have been identified, and will be recalled to have their handlebars replaced.
The recall will be done through the ‘Ray Refresh Campaign’. Customers will be contacted and directed to the nearest Yamaha Service centre for the replacement of the defective part, which will be performed free of cost. The company has stated that its new ‘Ray Z’ scooter isn’t affected by the same issue.
If you own a Yamaha Ray, do get in touch with your Yamaha dealer as soon as possible, and find out if your scooter is a part of the recall campaign.