Driving report Yamaha X-Max 125
Reduce to X-Max
Already presented in spring Yamaha launched a new scooter concept called X-Max. First, the sporty city runabout was equipped with the honorable, yet not undynamic, 250cc engine from the Majesty. Now comes the X-Max
also as a 125. In contrast to the 250, the water-cooled four-valve engine is a completely new development and, thanks to injection and a regulated catalytic converter, should even clearly undercut the Euro 3 standard.
The chassis takes both urban pothole slopes and angled mountain roads with great ease
Bikes. The tuning of the spring elements is basically tight, but still not without comfort. The two disc brakes have no problems whatsoever, the X-Max in the braking zone
capture. A double-piston floating caliper engages in the front
the 267 millimeter disc, so that the X-Max achieves deceleration values at motorcycle level. Thanks to the slim body, it snakes its way up to pole position quite easily.
The seating comfort is good, there is enough space for the pilot, the ergonomics are also good. Like best
but the 47 liter storage compartment under the bench. That’s enough for two full-face helmets or a helmet plus briefcase or weekend shopping. If you want to stow the same amount on some other scooter, you need a topcase. The X-Max buyer can save the expense. And at 3995 euros, the cost price is not out of the ordinary. sgl
Engine: water-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke engine, an overhead, chain-driven camshaft, four valves, injection, regulated catalytic converter, centrifugal clutch and variator.
Bore x stroke 52.0 x 58.6 mm
Cubic capacity 125 cm3
Compression ratio 11.2: 1
Rated output 10.4 kW (14 hp) at 8750 rpm
Max. Torque 11.3 Nm at 6500 rpm
Chassis: tubular steel frame, telescopic fork, drive unit swing arm with two spring struts at the rear, front disc brake, Ø 267 mm, double-piston floating caliper, rear disc brake, Ø 240 mm, double-piston floating caliper.
Tires 120 / 70-15 56S; 140 / 70-14 68S
Dimensions and weights: wheelbase 1525 mm, seat height 785 mm, weight (dry) 153 kg, tank capacity 12.5 liters.
Two year guarantee
Colors blue, black, silver
Price including utilities 3995 euros
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