Yamaha have revealed a new three-wheeled scooter for 2020 based on their 2018 3CT prototype.
The Tricity 300 will use design principals from the firm’s existing three-wheeled models, the Tricity 125 and Niken. It will be powered by the 292cc Blue Core engine found in the XMAX 300, which generates just over 26bhp.
The new bike will be eligible to be ridden by full car licence holders in an attempt to attract new customers who Yamaha hope will be reassured by the machine’s front-end stability.
It will also be possible lock the front end when the machine is stopped (so that it becomes free-standing) making it easier to push around, among other benefits. Three colour options will also be available, tech kamo, nimbus grey and matt grey.
MCN will bring you full details about the new scooter when they are announced on Monday, November 4, 2019.
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