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Yamaha’s 300cc maxi-scooter spotted testing!

13 September 2022, 07:31 PM Pratik Bhanushali
Yamaha’s 300cc maxi-scooter spotted testing!

- Spotted testing overseas

- Looks similar to the current model that’s sold internationally

- Powered by a 292cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine

Yamaha XMax 300 maxi-scooter has been spotted testing overseas. The test mule looks similar to the current model (also available internationally) but could house a few changes inside. 

The newly spotted Yamaha XMax 300 test mule is equipped with split LED headlights and a muscular bodywork. It’s quite identical to the one that’s on sale right now with its sporty and youth-enticing design language. 

Yamaha  Right Side View

Currently, the XMax 300 packs a 292cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled motor. It dishes out 27.6bhp and 29Nm and is mated to a CVT setup. The test mule will likely house the same setup as it already adhered to the Euro-5 norms. But with stringent norms incoming to cut noise pollution, the updated version could be running a few decibels lower. 

It’s also equipped with the same conventional telescopic front forks and dual rear shocks while the braking hardware comprises a single front and rear disc mounted on a 15-inch front and a 14-inch rear wheel. 

Yamaha  Right Rear Three Quarter

In the UK, Yamaha sells the current iteration of the XMax 300 for GBP 5,950 (approximately Rs 5.47 lakh sans taxes). The updated model could see a slight bump in the asking price. As of now, the only maxi-scooter that Yamaha sells in India is the Aerox 155.


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