2014 Yamaha TMAX

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Spacious, efficient and easy o handle, the Yamaha TMAX is a large capacity scooter which has all it needs to deliver a comfortable ride.

As far as power is concerned, the Yamaha TMAX is equipped with a 530 cc, forward-inclined parallel 2-cylinder, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, DOHC, 4-valves engine which generates a maximum power of 34.2 KW at 6,750 rpm and 52.3 Nm at 5,250 rpm.

For enhanced ride and handling performances, the TMAX features a lightweight aluminium chassis which is combined with large diameter wheels and a plush suspension.

Other notable features offered by the Yamaha TMAX include an angular instrument panel, piercing headlights and height-adjustable windscreen. Moreover, the scooter is also available with an optional ABS system.

The Yamaha TMAX is offered with a starting price of €10.908 and the ABS version can be yours for no less than €11.410.

Hit the jump for more information on the Yamaha TMAX.

Overview

Yamaha TMAX

A modern icon

It’s easy to see why the legendary TMAX is Europe’s leading large capacity sport scooter. With its stylish and dynamic bodywork, it offers refined, motorcycle-style levels of power with superb comfort and handling.

Thanks to a high-torque 530cc engine, the TMAX is built to accelerate fast and leave the traffic behind. Its lightweight aluminium chassis ensures precise handling through rush hour traffic - while large diameter wheels and plush suspension give agility and stability at high speed.

The striking angular instrument panel, piercing headlights and height-adjustable windscreen underline its sporty character.And for added riding confidence there’s optional ABS.

2014 Yamaha TMAX Key Features:

Yamaha TMAX

• Overall dynamic and sporty styling
• Belt drive for smooth and direct handling
• Liquid-cooled, 2-cylinder, 530cc, 4-stroke engine
• Strong torque for rapid acceleration
• Lightweight die-cast aluminium frame
• Dual 267mm front disc brakes, 282 mm rear disc
• Large diameter 5-spoke aluminium 15inch wheels
• 2-step adjustable windscreen for optimal comfort
• Modern, automotive-style dashboard
• Sports-style upswept exhaust
• Plush dual seat & passenger grip for comfort
• Underseat stiorage and two gloveboxes

2014 Yamaha TMAX Features and Benefits:

Yamaha TMAX

Large diameter aluminium wheels

For good high speed stability along with easy manoeuvrability in traffic, the TMAX is equipped with large diameter 15inch wheels featuring a sporty 5-spoke design. Dual 267mm front disc brakes and a large diameter 282mm rear disc brake produce effective stopping power for optimum control. An for added riding confidence, there is optional ABS.

Dynamic supersports style

Yamaha TMAX

The supersport character of the TMAX is underlined by the latest aerodynamic bodywork, which projects the iconic TMAX image. From the distinctive double headlights, enhanced by strong accent lines, to an upwards-swooping LED tail assembly, every detail is sporty, dynamic, and unmistakably TMAX.

Prestige styling

Yamaha TMAX

The sophisticated backlit instrument panel provides all key ride information at a glance, while the two distinctive polygon-shaped analogue meters accentuate the TMAX’s cutting-edge style. Yamaha’s trademark ’twin eye’ projector headlights are powerful, compact and efficient, while the LED tail lamp is taken straight from Yamaha’s Supersport bikes.

Lightweight aluminium chassis

Yamaha TMAX

Built around a strong, lightweight die-cast aluminium frame, the ultra-light TMAX delivers agile, low-speed manoeuvrability together with impressive stability at high speeds. The engine – just like a motorcycle – is rigidly mounted inside the frame, providing a low centre of gravity for responsive and agile handling.

Luxurious comfort

Yamaha TMAX

The TMAX is designed to make journeys as comfortable as possible. Its aerodynamic bodywork offers great weather protection, while the sporty seat provides an ideal riding position, plus the flexibility to move. Passenger grab rails and fold-out footrests make long rides a joy for two, while underseat storage and two gloveboxes allow for plenty of cargo.

Responsive handling

Yamaha TMAX

The TMAX’s advanced suspension ensures responsive handling with outstanding riding comfort and good stability. Motorcycle-style telescopic front forks keep the front wheel tracking straight and true in various road conditions for excellent roadholding - while the sophisticated rear shock absorber gives a cushioned ride for superb comfort.

High-torque performance

Yamaha TMAX

The liquid-cooled 4-stroke, 4-valve 530cc engine has been designed and built with a host of lightweight and efficient components. This all results in high levels of torque in the low to mid-speed ranges, giving you a dramatic boost whenever you accelerate. It’s an advantage you’ll feel every time the lights go green.

Belt drive for more dynamic riding

Yamaha TMAX

Constructed from lightweight, durable aramid fibre, the belt drive allows power to be delivered in an extremely linear fashion and connects the throttle more closely to the engine. This results in bringing you into closer contact with the scooter, to give a more motorcycle-style riding experience.

Specifications

Engine typeForward-inclined parallel 2-cylinder, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, DOHC, 4-valves
Displacement530.0cc
Bore x stroke68.0 mm x 73.0 mm
Compression ratio10:9 : 1
Maximum power34.2 kW @ 6,750 rpm
Maximum torque52.3 Nm @ 5,250 rpm
Lubrication systemDry sump
Fuel systemFuel Injection
Ignition systemTCI
Starter systemElectric
Transmission systemV-Belt Automatic
Front suspension systemTelescopic forks
Front travel120 mm
Rear suspension systemSwingarm
Rear travel116 mm
Front brakeHydraulic dual disc, Ø 267 mm
Rear brakeHydraulic single disc, Ø 282 mm
Front tyre120/70-15
Rear tyre160/60-15
Overall length2,200 mm
Overall width775 mm
Overall height1,420-1,475 mm (adjustable windscreen)
Seat height800 mm
Wheelbase1,580 mm
Minimum ground clearance125 mm
Wet weight217 kg / ABS 221 kg
Fuel tank capacity15.0 litres
ColorsTech Graphite, Competition White, Sonic Grey
Price€10.908
€11.410 ABS Version

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