2013 Yamaha Zuma 50F

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Simple, light and comfortable, the 2013 Yamaha Zuma 50F is the perfect solution for those who search for a reliable scooter to travel around the city.

The 2013 Yamaha Zuma 50F is powered by a compact 49cc, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke SOHC, engine that rewards you with a fuel consumption of 132 mpg(US). The engine is mated on a fully automatic V-belt transmission and is fed by a 1.2 gallons fuel tank.

The scooter’s backbone is represented by a large-gauge steel pipe frame that offers strength and rigidity.

Other features that are worthy of being mentioned include a spacious under-seat trunk, modern turn signals with clear lenses, twin headlight design, bar-type handlebars and a sturdy rear cargo rack.

The Yamaha Zuma 50F is offered with a starting price of $2,590 and comes with 1 year warranty.

Hit the jump for more information on the 2013 Yamaha Zuma 50F.


Yamaha Zuma 50F

More fun, more mileage!

Boasting a bold and aggressive design, the 2013 Yamaha Zuma 50F scooter offers a peppy 4-Stroke engine that gets 132 mpg so you can keep having fun for as long as you want.


Yamaha Zuma 50F
  • Fuel Consumption 132 mpg(US)
  • Tough, yet sporty 4-stroke 49cc scooter makes going places fun, even commuting to work or school.
  • Fuel injection provides smooth, seamless power – and nearly instantaneous starts.
  • Sharp styling and twin headlights update the original “‘tough, off-road” image of the Zuma 50F.
  • Fat tires give Zuma 50F that “go anywhere” look.
  • Open and roomy ride atop the Zuma 50F’s stepped seat, along with lots of locking storage underneath it, with added conveniences like an inner pocket and fold-out hook.
  • The Zuma 50F achieves fuel economy up to an estimated 132 mpg** with a fuel tank that holds 1.2 gallons of gas.


Yamaha Zuma 50F
  • Liquid-cooled 3-valve, 4-stroke engine is powerful, quiet, and low-maintenance.
  • Electronic fuel injection with 19mm throttle body provides optimal mixture in all conditions as well as easy cold starts.
  • The Zuma 50F achieves fuel economy up to an estimated 132 mpg** with a fuel tank that holds 1.2 gallons of gas.
  • Fully automatic V-belt transmission provides easy, twist-the-throttle-and-go operation.
  • Pushbutton electric starting gives ultimate ease of operation.
  • The air-induction system and exhaust catalyst technology reduce air pollution.


Yamaha Zuma 50F
  • Large-gauge steel pipe frame offers strength and rigidity.
  • Fuel tank positioned low in the center tunnel provides centralized mass and extra convenience – the tank can be refueled without opening the seat, unlike many scooters.
  • Wave-shaped 180mm front disc brake and rear drum brakes combine for serious stopping power. The front brake caliper is accented with red paint for a high-tech look.
  • Large-diameter, 42mm outer tubes on the front forks enhance to the beefy image.
  • 120mm diameter fat tires front and rear are designed for impressive look with strong-grip pattern.
  • Wide, bar-type handlebars emphasize the tough, off-road styling and also make it possible to use accessory bars for a custom look.
  • The sturdy rear cargo rack includes an integrated grab bar.

Additional Features

Yamaha Zuma 50F
  • The under-seat trunk is large enough to hold an XL full-face helmet, etc. (23-liter capacity).
  • Turn signals are equipped with clear lenses for a sleek look.
  • Twin headlight design maintains the unmistakable Zuma 50F visual identity.
  • Distinctive red accents add style.


Yamaha Zuma 50F
EngineType 49cc, liquid-cooled 4-stroke SOHC
Bore x Stroke38.0 x 43.6mm
Compression Ratio12.0:1
Fuel DeliveryFuel injection
IgnitionDC CDI
Final DriveV-belt
Suspension / FrontTelescopic
Suspension / RearSwingarm
Brakes / FrontHydraulic disc
Brakes / RearDrum
Tires / Front120/90-10
Tires / Rear120/90-10
Length73.0 in
Width28.8 in
Height43.1 in
Seat Height30.7 in
Wheelbase50.3 in
Ground Clearance4.4 in
Fuel Capacity1.2 gal
Fuel Economy132 mpg
Wet Weight205 lb
OtherWarranty 1 Year (Limited Factory Warranty)
Yamaha Zuma 50F
Yamaha Zuma 50F

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