Yamaha launches two new X-Max scooter models

Published: 16 October 2009

Yamaha has unveiled two new X-Max scooters – with 250cc and 125cc engines.

The new X-Max’s have new rigid frames, increased storage capacity and a new dashboard design.  

They echo the groundbreaking 500cc TMAX scooter design, with one-piece construction of the front cowling, with a fixed instrument panel inspired by a luxury sports car.

They also have a new footboard position, designed for easier and more flexible riding on longer journeys.

Both the X-MAX 250 and X-MAX 125 offer easy ground access and are designed for two-up riding.

Storage is also key. The re-designed double seat conceals more than enough storage space to accommodate two full-face helmets. Up front, there is an enlarged lockable glove compartment around the knee area.

The new frame is suspended on twin rear shocks – with 4 adjustable positions - and long-travel telescopic forks. It has 15inch front and 14inch rear tyres and twin-piston 267mm front and 240mm rear disc brakes.

The X- MAX 250 is available in white, black, slate and silver.

The X-MAX 125 is available in four colour finishes: blue, white, slate and black.

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