06 Jun 2021: 2021 Yamaha XMAX maxi-style scooter revealed for the Japanese market
Japanese automaker Yamaha has revealed the 2021 iteration of its XMAX maxi-scooter in its home country. It will be up for grabs there from July 28. As for the highlights, the vehicle has a sharp design and comes with a semi-digital instrument cluster as well as full-LED lighting. It draws power from a 249cc single-cylinder engine. Here are more details.
Design: The scooter comes in four colors
The 2021 Yamaha XMAX has a headlight-mounted front apron with a tall windscreen, a stepped-up single-piece seat with a pillion grab rail, 12V DC charging sockets, and an XMAX badge. The scooter packs a semi-digital instrument cluster, an all-LED lighting setup, and rides on designer wheels. It is offered in four shades: Matte Blue, Gray, Matte Dark Gray, and Matt Gray.
Fact: It is fueled by a 23hp, 249cc engine
The 2021 Yamaha XMAX draws power from a 249cc single-cylinder, water-cooled SOHC engine that churns out a maximum power of 23.1hp at 7,000rpm and a peak torque of 24Nm at 5,500rpm. The mill is linked to a CVT gearbox.
Safety: It has telescopic front forks
For the safety of the rider, the 2021 Yamaha XMAX is equipped with disc brakes on both the front and rear wheels along with ABS and a traction control system for better handling on the roads. Suspension duties on the maxi-scooter are taken care of by telescopic forks on the front side and a unit swing suspension on the rear end.
Fact: 2021 Yamaha XMAX: Pricing and availability
In Japan, the 2021 Yamaha XMAX costs ¥654,500 (roughly Rs. 4.37 lakh) and will be available there from July 28. Yamaha aims to sell 1,300 units of the maxi-style scooter annually in the country.
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