MORE than ever, commuters are looking for an alternative transport option to the daily bus and train crush, or urban traffic crawl. Yamaha’s NMAX 155 scooter makes perfect sense for those looking for a new form of urban mobility.
The NMAX is super affordable to purchase, at just $5,249 ride away and economical to run. Designed and engineered for new riders, it’s also becoming a favourite with experienced motorcyclists looking for a quick and easy way to get around town.
Forget social distancing agro, traffic congestion, huge petrol bills, and parking station fees, get onto a new NMAX 155, in your choice of Satin Blue or Matte Grey, and start a life of freedom on two wheels.
This LAMs approved urban scooter is a popular choice for new riders and inner-city dwellers thanks to its compact dimensions, lightweight, and agile handling. It also features ample under-seat storage, some 23.5-litres in all.
Power comes from the latest generation Blue Core liquid-cooled, single-cylinder 155cc engine with variable valve actuation, making it quick off the mark. It rides on 13-inch wheels and features ABS as standard.
And before you get stressed out about capability, the NMAX 155 is just as happy at highway speeds as it is cruising tight inner-city streets. Its spacious riding position makes it comfortable, no matter the circumstances.
A long, stepped dual seat deliver a relaxing ride, and the seat height is just 765mm, making it suitable for a wide range of riders. Safety features include powerful 230mm hydraulic disc brakes front and rear too.
Sleek sports scooter styling enhances the premium design of the 2020 Yamaha NMAX 155, which features an integrated tail, with the quality bodywork wrapped around a lightweight tubular chassis.
It features a telescopic fork and twin rear shocks to deliver confidence-inspiring handling and a connected feeling with the road surface. Yamaha even has finance and insurance options available through Yamaha Motor Finance.
To find out more about the 2020 Yamaha NMAX 155, visit the Yamaha Motor Australia website.