Associated Motorways (Private) Limited (AMW), the sole agents in Sri Lanka for Yamaha, launched the upgraded versions of the Ray ZR The Uncommon Ride, and Saluto, at the Colombo Motor Show 2016 held at Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference Hall (BMICH) on October 21st.
Finance Minister Ravi Karunanayake, AMW Group Managing Director Samantha Rajapaksa, Director Passenger Vehicles Yohann De Zoysa, General Manager of Yamaha Shehann De Zoysa, Manager Sales & Operations of Yamaha Zahran Ziyawudeen attended the launch event.
The Yamaha Ray ZR with a distinctive, stylish rugged and muscular design makes the rider stand out, and boasts a fuel efficiency of 66 kmpl churned out by evolutionary Bluecore technology. The 5.2-litre fuel tank is ample to cover just about any distance on a busy day.The upgraded Ray ZR presents excellent braking performance, with greater safety for riders and passengers.
The Yamaha Saluto took Sri Lanka’s roads by storm, with the country’s first 125CC engine with Bluecore technology. The Saluto offers best-in-class ride comfort and fuel efficiency with a whopping 78 Kmpl which is miles ahead of competition.
Having the backing of Associated Motorways (Private) Ltd (AMW) is also a great relief to owners of the Yamaha bikes, as AMW has been associated with the Yamaha brand over the years, with their island wide dealer and distribution networks, as well as the availability of ample spares for all
makes of Yamaha.
Founded in 1949, AMW has consistently, over 65 years, grown to become the preeminent group in the industry. Now an Al Futtaim Group company, AMW offers world-class brands including Yamaha, Nissan, Suzuki, Renault, Datsun, and Piaggio, as well as associated products like Goodyear tyres and Castrol lubricants, and New Holland tractors. Adding to the popularity of AMW are the superior island wide after sales service and spare parts availability as well as financial solutions through AMW