2018 Yamaha Xmax 300 Specs, Price and Reviews- Phazer NVX scooter for review, Yamaha has released the 2018 Yamaha X-Max four hundred maxi-scooter in Europe, which, like the 2017 Suzuki Burgmann 400 ABS maxi-scooter recently shon in Malaysia, is suitable for the city commuter. With the X-Max, Yamaha has a kid scooter in almost every capacity in the “Max” range, from 125 cc up to the half-litre school.
Carrying a 395 closed circuit, single-cylinder, DOHC engine that is Euro 4 certified, the X-Max 400 is claimed by Yamaha to place out 32 hp at 7, 000 rpm and 36 Nm of revolt at 6, 000 revoltion per minute. Fed by EFI, the X-Max 400 uses, as is standard for scooters, a CVT transmission with belt final drive.
Moving on a 15-inch steering wheel in front and 13-incher at the back end, the X-Max 400 is grabbed by twin hydraulic disc brakes, with the same 267 mm diameter dvds at the front tire and a single 267 mm disc in the rear. Fuel capacity is 13-litres, and wet weight for this Yamaha maxi-scooter is 210 kg.
the X-Max 400, since it is for any motor bike and scooter sold in Europe from the starting of the year. An added bonus as standard fit is the Yamaha Traction force Control System (TCS), which reduces rear wheel electric power when wheel slip is detected.
Underneath the couch a storage compartment is provided, along with a courtesy light. Although no capacity for the safe-keeping space is provided, Phazer says it will allow for two full-face helmets, or an A4-sized bag. To ease rider fitting on the X-Max 400, the handlebar adjusts to two positions.
the X-Max is set at 800 logistik, and there is LED PRE LIT lighting front and rear end, along with a two-position tool-adjusted windscreen. The Wise Key keyless ignition system on the X-Max allows for the rider to get-on-and-go, as well as locating the scooter using the remote, and getting at the under seat storage area, while a parking foot brake makes stopping and automobile on uneven surfaces easier.
In Europe, the 2018 YamahaX-Max 400 will come in 3 colour choices – Phantom Blue, Sonic Grey and Blazing Grey, while no official pricing has recently been released as yet. Concerning Malaysia, Hong Leong Phazer will likely not bring the X-Max 400 in, although Suzuki surely have the Burgmann 400, while both Kawasaki and Honda have 300 cc scooters in the range, not depending SYM and Kymco, which also include 400 closed circuit maxi-scooters in the list.