The top spec version comes generously loaded with features, much more than standard variant.

If you are a scooter person, no high-end, premium superbike might enthral u with its stunning manly looks and sprint capabilities. Afterall, practicality and comfort also count when it is delivered at its brim. The same qualities evoke the Yamaha Tmax which, after being launched in 2001, is the first time receiving upgrades for this year.

For smoother and more nimble handling the weight has been reduced by 9 kg which will add extra spices to the flicking of the Tmax on roads. The swingarm has been extended by 40mm, rear suspension linkage has been revised and more adaptable handling with new steering geometry.

The list of upgraded features does not end here. The throttle now gets ride-by-wire setup which adds a stint of crispness to the throttle response. Also, the 2017 model has received traction control, fresh exhaust system, new TFT display, new switchgear and ample of storage for residing your stuff. Moreover, it carries carbon fibre cycle parts which had helped in shedding the weight of the scooter.

The above-mentioned features welcome a few more in the lineup for the top spec version including adjustable rear shock, cruise control, power modes and electronically adjustable screen. Now that’s too much of goodies for a gearless scooter. The engine is a 530cc parallel twin cylinder unit which pumps out 45 BHP of power.

May it be your office commutes, weekend fun or city zipping, the Yamaha Tmax makes for a perfect companion having a multi-purpose nature.

May it be your office commutes, weekend fun or city zipping, the Yamaha Tmax makes for a perfect companion having a multi-purpose nature.

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