Yamaha organizes FZ25 Ride out

The first-ever adventurous and fun-filled ride out with Yamaha FZ25 riders

Kathmandu, 14th January

MAW Enterprises, authorized distributer of Yamaha motorcycles and scooters in Nepal, has organized its first-ever adventurous and fun-filled ride out with riders of Yamaha FZ25 on Saturday. The iconic passion ride with the tagline ‘Ride Together, Bond Stronger’, flagged off from Genesis Cafe, Kathmandu and ended to Dhulikhel where the riders had a full day fun.

25 young FZ25 riders from different professional backgrounds were present in the Yamaha’s event. They were assigned for various group tasks like tug of war, picking the flag, arm wrestling and others. They were also given practical training on self defense by the professional trainers from PUMP. In the event, Mr.Samir Rana was declared the ‘Ultimate Street Fighter’.

Commenting on the initiation of Yamaha, Mr. Vishnu Kumar Agarwal, Managing Director of MAW Enterprises said, ‘Today’s edition of ride out is just a beginning. There are many more to come in future. Our only objective is to bond stronger with riders.’ He also thanked the riders for trusting Yamaha brand. ‘Yamaha motorcycles ensure the riding thrill while not compromising safety and comfort. Yamaha FZ25 is upgraded version of our legendary FZ series. Its performance in Nepal is very well as we expected while launching it.’ he added.

Similarly, Mr. Sharad Vesawkar, national cricketer cum Brand Ambassador of Yamaha motorcycles in Nepal, shared pride of being himself rider of FZ25. ‘I feel happy to share that I am one of the proud owners of FZ25. I am satisfied with its performance and request bike enthusiasts to test it once.’

FZ25 riders were very happy for the opportunity that Yamaha has given to them. ‘Yamaha provided us an opportunity of learning life hacks and making new friends who have passion of riding. We enjoyed a lot.’ One of the riders Mr. Bikash Wagle said, ‘We came back with a lifetime memory and yes, bunch of new friends.’

Likewise, Moto Vloggers Sagar Thapa (Ride with Sagar) and Sumit Jung (2wheels & Adventure) expressed their gratitude as Yamaha has always been supportive towards them while reviewing products. At the end of the event all the participant riders were awarded with ‘I am Yamaha Ambassador’ badge.

FZ25 is Yamaha’s latest model in Nepal that comprises a newly designed air-cooled with oil cooler, 249 cc, 4-stroke, SOHC, 2-valve, single-cylinder, high-torque fuel-injected engine on a lightweight frame (148 Kg) that enables the joy of control as the rider intends. These features has established the FZ25 as a ‘Powerful, Mid-Class, Street Fighter’ for the Next FZ World.

FZ25 has been developed with Yamaha’s New Generation Engine Development Ideal – ‘Blue Core’ featuring overall improved performance including fuel efficiency, acceleration and environmental friendliness. The Yamaha FZ25 is available in three exciting color schemes – ‘Ballistic Blue’, ‘Warrior White’ and ‘Knight Black’. Within the short period of launch, it has become the most sought motorcycle in the two-wheeler market of Nepal.

Yamaha announces bumper prize winner of its Dashain Offer

Shiva Raj Tharu wins brand new Skoda Rapid car

27th November, Kathmandu- MAW Enterprises, authorized distributor of Yamaha bikes and motorcycles in Nepal, has today announced the winner of its bumper prize of Dashain Offer, ‘Cash-In-O’. Mr. Shiva Raj Tharu from Bhairahawa has been the lucky winner to win a brand new Skoda Rapid from Yamaha as bumper prize. The lucky draw was live broadcasted in official Facebook page of Yamaha Nepal and The Evening Show @ 6 in Himalaya Television.

Mr. Vishnu Kumar Agarwal, MD of MAW Enterprises and Mr. Sharad Vesawkar, Brand Ambassador of Yamaha bikes in Nepal, were also present in the event. Vesawkar drew a slip from the box filled with names of all the customers who bought Yamaha bikes and scooters during Dashain offer. A slip with name Shiva Raj Tharu came up in random lucky draw. Mr. Tharu won Europe’s most celebrated car Skoda Rapid Active from Yamaha.

MAW Enterprises concluded its Dashain Offer in the end of Kartik. This offer allowed buyers of Yamaha two-wheelers to get sure shot discount of Rs 7,000/- and chance to win Rs 1,00,000/- in weekly lucky draw. Similarly, one of the lucky customers would win brand new Skoda Rapid car as Bumper Prize. As per which a grand lucky draw was organized at Skoda Showroom, Thapathali on Monday.

Meanwhile, we also conducted the last weekly lucky draw in which Mr. Dinesh Pokharel won one lakh rupees. He bought Yamaha FZ-S FI from Tripureshwor showroom. Along with him, 11 lucky customers of Yamaha won One lakh rupees each in weekly lucky draws.

In Nepalese market, Yamaha two-wheelers are available in various models targeting varied demography. MAW Enterprises has three variant scooters namely Fascino, Ray ZR and Ray Z. We also deliver FZ-S FI, R15, SZRR, Saluto and R3 in Nepalese market. Similarly, we have recently launched a 250 cc motorcycle ie Yamaha FZ25 ‘The Ultimate Street Fighter’. In short period of time, it has become the most sought motorcycle in the two-wheeler market.

Yamaha’s motorcycles and scooters are fitted with patented ‘BLUE CORE’ engines. FZ series and R series are equipped with Fuel Injection (FI) technology that not only enhances the performance of motorcycle but also lessens the fuel consumption, thus increasing the mileage.

Yamaha Fascino gets updated in color and mechanics

Fascino is now available in four exciting new dual tone colors – Blending Blue, Fusion Red, Unite White and Mingling Cyan.

Kathmandu, 23 Bhadra

Yamaha has updated its popular scooter Fascino which meets BSIV emission norms that sports cosmetic as well as mechanical updates. The new Yamaha Fascino, now, comes with dual tone exteriors that proffer the scooter with elegant design and appearance. Fascino is now available in four exciting new dual tone colors- Blending Blue, Fusion Red, Unite White and Mingling Cyan. Haute White and Sassy Cyan are also available in the market.

Powering the automatic scooter is an 113 cc air-cooled SOHC mill coupled to a V-belt automatic transmission. The BSIV compliant engine is capable of producing 7.1 PS of maximum power at 7,500 rpm and 8.1 Nm of peak torque at 5,000 rpm.

The updated Fascino comes with new stylish meter console, attractive head lamp, dual tone colour scheme with elegantly designed graphics, 3D logo, chrome finish on the rear view mirrors, 21-litre storage space, small utility storage space, convenient hook, longer seat, grab bar and much more.

The updated scooter is offered with both kick as well as electric start. The Yamaha Fascino is suspended over telescopic forks up front and gets drum brakes. The deceleration duties are carried out by drum brakes at the front as well as rear with 90/100-10 tubeless tyre at the front and 90/100-10 tubeless tyre at the rear. The scooter tips the scale at 103 kg (unchanged) but the ground clearance has been raised by 2 mm to 130 mm thus providing it more space to tackle with typical Nepalese roads.

The price for new Yamaha Fascino is Rs 1,94,900/- only. The Yamaha Fascino was launched in May 2015. SInce then, it has established itself as the Supermodel scooter especially because of its classic looks, unmatched performance and comfort.

Yamaha’s new dealership in Damauli

Damauli, 8 January- MAW Enterprises, the authorized distributor of Yamaha two-wheelers in Nepal, starts a dealership in Damuli of Tanahu district. Yamaha’s new dealer, Modern Auto Works will be providing world class ‘3S’ facility (sales, service and spare parts) under one roof. The new dealership has been established to address the immensely growing demand of Yamaha motorcycles and scooters in this region.

The new facility was jointly inaugurated by Krishna Raj Pandit, Chairman of Association of Industry Commerce, Tanahu and Sandip Chhetri, renown comedian. Before inauguration ceremony, a motorcycle rally and stunt show was done. From the new facility customers will get world class two-wheelers and quality servicing from professionally trained workforce.

‘We are very happy for being awarded the dealership of world’s famous motorcycle brand,’ Basant Giri, MD of Modern Auto Works said, ‘Yamaha motorcycles and scooters are very popular in this area. And we are providing the facility of exchange and finance along with 3S facility under one roof.’

Yamaha launched ‘Sporty’ scooter Ray ZR in two different variants (Disc and Drum) this year. Besides, FZ-S FI, FZ FI, R15, Saluto, SZRR, Fascino, Ray Z and technology-driven R3 are available in Nepalese market. Yamaha’s motorcycles and scooters are fitted with patented ‘BLUE CORE’ engines. R15, the one which introduced racing culture in Nepal, has its design and engine adopted from the racing beast R1. It is tremendously popular among youngsters with racing instinct.

FZ-FI series and R15 are equipped with Fuel Injection (FI) technology that not only enhances the performance of motorcycle but also lessens the fuel consumption, thus increasing the mileage.

YSRS in Thapathali Engineering Campus

MAW Enterprises, the sole distributors of Yamaha motorbikes in Nepal, has organised one-day workshop on road safety science on Tuesday at Thapathali Engineering Campus, Kathmandu.

In the CSR initiative called ‘Yamaha Safe Riding Science’ (YSRS), the experts from Yamaha gave orientation on safe riding to over two hundred engineering students. YSRS is a global CSR initiative taken by Yamaha. It has been very much successful in India & other South Asian Countries.

The future engineers were taught about the causes of accident, ways to avoid them, precautions to be taken while riding, scientific evaluation of critical traffic conditions, proper riding posture, and tips on braking and most importantly the significance of traffic rules.

‘The event is very much fruitful to us. There are many small things that we have been ignoring,’ Bishnu Parajuli, President, Society of Industrial Engineering Students, said, ‘It was small but informative program.’

The workshop was followed with a practical driving session. More than two hundred engineering students have participated in test ride. MAW has been organising YSRS event in regular basis specifically focussing the young people as they are more vulnerable to road accidents.

As a global consumer brand, Yamaha has always undertaken initiatives to increase ride-safety among its consumers as well the mass. Likewise, its products also reflect this strategy to make roads safer for all.

Yamaha’s safe-riding science

Kathmandu, 25 Shrawan- MAW Enterprises, the sole distributors of Yamaha motorbikes in Nepal, has conducted a workshop on road safety on Tuesday in Universal College, Maitidevi, Kathmandu. As a part of corporate social responsibility, MAW has been organising such program in colleges and public places.

Because of age factor, college students are most vulnerable to the road accidents. Keeping this fact in mind Yamaha wing of MAW has been conducting awareness initiative targeting the youngsters.

On Tuesday’s workshop over one hundred students were taught about the causes of accident, ways to avoid them, precautions to be taken while riding, scientific evaluation of critical traffic conditions, proper riding posture, and tips on braking and most importantly the significance of traffic rules. In the event, an orientation was conducted to the beginners as well. Similarly, 42 students participated in test ride.

‘The participant students got knowledge about smallest things that are generally ignored. These are, in fact, most important things for the safety,’ Saurav Regmi, Program Coordinator (BBA/BBS) said, ‘The initiative of Yamaha is praiseworthy and fruitful. We hope MAW will continue this very well program in future as well.’

IYSRS is a CSR initiative taken by Yamaha worldwide being conducted successfully in Japan, India & many other South Asian Countries.

Yamaha’s new 3S center in Lalbandi

Kathmandu, 14 September- MAW Enterprises, the authorised distributor of Yamaha two-wheelers in Nepal, inaugurated a new 3S center in Lalbandi of Sarhali district with its new dealer- Lalbandi Trade Link which will be providing world class sales, service and spare parts facility. The new dealership has been established to address the immensely growing demand of Yamaha motorcycles and scooters in this region.

The new facility was jointly inaugurated by Nawaraj Mishra, Chairman of Association of Industry Commerce, Sarlahi and Deepak Rauniyar, Sales and Business Development-AGM of MAW. Before that, a motorcycle rally was organized in around the town. The new facility is located at main area of Lalbandi from where customers will get world class two-wheelers and quality servicing from professionally trained workforce.

‘We feel very much proud of being awarded the dealership of the most credible auto brand,’ Santosh Acharya, Proprieter of Lalbandhi Trade Link said, ‘Yamaha bikes are popular here and now customers will not have to wander for Yamaha bikes.’

Meanwhile, Deepak Rauniyar, AGM of MAW told that new dealership is established at strategically important area.  ‘We want to assure quality product and world class service to our customers,’ Rauniyar said, ‘ We are not focused only in Kathmandu. We have more than 60 dealerships across the country. We all are committed to serve our customers.’

The news dealership will sell Yamaha bikes and scooters of all ranges. Customers will also get facility of financing and recondition. MAW has recently launched ‘Sporty’ scooter Ray ZR in Nepal. Besides, R3, FZ-S FI, FZ FI, R15, Saluto, SZRR, Fascino and Ray Z are available in Nepalese market.

Yamaha’s motorcycles and scooters are fitted with its patented ‘BLUE CORE’ engines. Similarly,FZ and R1 are equipped with Fuel Injection (FI) technology that not only enhances the performance of motorcycle but also lessens the fuel consumption and thus increasing the mileage.