Yamaha’s new scooter makes your daily commute a D’elight

YAMAHA’s entry-level 2020 D’elight 125 continues to impress, with the compact and styling scooter offering a super-affordable, economical to run, easy ride. It’s the perfect entry-level mobility machine.

Priced at just $3599 ride away, including 12 months registration, it’s ideal for urban commuters looking for a practical, economical, and affordable alternative to overcrowded public transport and traffic congestion.

Weighing in at the ultra light weight of just 99kg (wet), the D’elight’s slim body, and compact wheelbase make it one of the most agile and manoeuvrable scooters in its class. Perfect for lane-splitting in busy inner city traffic.

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Power is provided by Yamaha’s reliable and economical 125cc Blue Core engine with an easy-to-use CVT automatic transmission, so it’s just twist the throttle and go.

Styling features a strong European influence with a high-quality appearance, while the seat height of just 800mm provides easy leg reach to the ground.

A spacious flat footboard and 630mm long dual seat give an adaptable riding position for supreme comfort.

The spacious under-seat storage is large enough to hold daily shopping, a full-face helmet, and even a laptop. There’s also a convenient clamp-type hook mounted on the leg shields in front of the rider that can be used to carry small bags.

The 12-inch front wheel and 10-inch rear wheel provide confidence-inspiring stability and balanced handling, while Yamaha’s Unified Braking System (UBS) deliver excellent stopping power.

Further information about Yamaha’s learner-approved D’elight 125 scooter is available from the Yamaha Motor Australia website.

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