The Japanese two-wheeler company had showcased the new Yamaha Nmax 155cc scooter at the 2016 Delhi Auto Expo. As per media reports, the new 150cc scooter could be launched in the Indian two-wheeler market towards the end of 2017. Yamaha new stylish maxi-scooter is currently on sale in select European nations and Indonesia. The new scooter will be the most powerful in India and will rival against the Vespa 150 and the Aprilia SR 150.It has powered by a single-cylinder four-stroke 155cc engine that produces 15.5PS of power and 14.4Nm of torque. If we are believed in media report, the company might be launching this scooter with a new 125cc engine in this year. As you know, Yamaha is also working on the new generation Yamaha YZF R15 V3.0.
Yamaha Nmax Launch Date in India
Yamaha Nmax was speculated to be launched in the country towards the end of 2016 but media reports suggest that the stylish-looking maxi scooter will be launched in the Indian market in third Quarter of 2017. It will be update you as soon as Yamaha reveals anything about its launch details.
Yamaha Nmax 150cc price in Indian market is minimum as expected Rs 80,000 and maximum expected prices isRs 90,000. The New Yamaha scooter will be introduced as a premium lifestyle scooter, indicating about the high price. It’s revised price in the range of Rs 80,000 to Rs 90,000.
Yamaha Nmax specifications about engine propelled by a 155cc, liquid cooled engine with Variable Value Actuation (VVA), single-cylinder, engine capable of power 15bhp of maximum and peak torque 14.4Nm and coupled with CVT gearbox. The Yamaha scooter weighs 127kgs and rides on 13-inch wheels shod with 110/70 and 130/70 tubeless tyres at front and rear look.
The Yamaha scooter measures 1,955mm in length, 1115mm in height, 740mm in width and a wheelbase of 1350mm with a seat height of 765mm, which is pretty decent for average Indian slandered height. New scooter has a ground clearance of 135mm, good enough to tackle with the Indian road conditions.
The Yamaha NMax maxi-scooter is compact in size, small size and high rigidity frame work enhances the overall riding quality in India. The new scooter gets front and rear disc brakes along with ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System) and rides on 13-in alloy wheels covered with 110/70 front and 130/70 rear tubeless tyres. It has with list of feature such as external fuel cap, digital instrument console, smoked headlamps, LED taillamps, etc.