Yamaha Zuma

Yamaha Zuma

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Built with practicality and efficiency in mind, the 2014 Yamaha Zuma 50 FX is a compact scooter with a sporty attitude.

The scooter weighs 205 lb and is built around a liquid-cooled, 4-Stroke SOHC, 3 Valve engine with a displacement of 49cc. The unit is fed by a 1.2 gallons fuel tank and is mated to a CVT automatic transmission that offers a fuel consumption of 132 Mpg.

The stopping power is handled by a wave-shaped 180mm front disc coupled with rear drum brakes. On the other hand the ride quality is assured by a front telescopic fork with 42mm outer tubes and rear shock absorbers.

The bike sits on front and rear 120/90-10-inch fat tires that deliver a good grip and enhance the ride’s comfort.

The 2014 Yamaha Zuma 50FX can be yours for no less than $2,590.

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Compact, agile and fun, the 2014 Yamaha Zuma 125 is a practical scooter developed for those who want an efficient machine for moving in the city.

At the heart of the Yamaha Zuma 125 sits a Forced Air-Cooled, 4 Stroke Single, SOHC, fuel injected, 125 cc engine that puts out enough power to help you keep it up effortless with the city traffic. There is also a fully automatic, V-belt transmission with centrifugal clutch provides easy control and smooth shifts.

The engine is fed by a 1.6 gallons fuel tank and delivers an estimated fuel consumption of 89 mpg.

The motorcycle’s backbone is represented by a rigid steel-tube frame that features a step-through design for easy mounting.

The ride quality is assured by a front telescopic paired with a modern swingarm that features double shocks for enhanced comfort.

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With its compact dimensions and the robust design, the 2013 Yamaha Zuma 125 is your perfect solution for riding around the city. The scooter is fitted with two bright halogen headlights which are able to light the way without any problem during your night trips.

Like any respectable scooter, the 2013 Yamaha Zuma 125 was designed with comfort in mind. Therefore, once on board you are greeted by a low and spacious seat, an ergonomically designed handlebar and roomy footrests.

Power comes from a 125 cc, forced, air cooled, 4 stroke single, SOHC, 4 valve engine which is mated on an automatic transmission. The engine is fed by a pretty big fuel tank that holds 1.6 gallons and the fuel consumption is rated at 89 MPG.

The Yamaha Zuma 125 is offered with a starting price of $3,390.

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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.

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The Yamaha Zuma is a peculiar kind of scooter because it’s smaller than a bike yet a little meatier than what you’d call a traditional scooter. Yet despite lacking what can be described as a specific niche, the Zuma still enjoys a tremendous following, thanks in large part to the many upgrades Yamaha has provided.

The Zuma employs a unique combination of fun and practicality wrapped in one affordable package. It won’t wow you in terms of looks, but as far as usefulness is concerned, it’s got plenty of items that riders will love. The first is a new, plush seat that can comfortably sit two people and plenty of locking storage beneath it. It also has a wide front apron and floorboards that enhance the Zuma’s sporty profile, as well as a new headlight system that features dual bulbs with housings mounted atop the apron, ensuring great visibility for the rider. More space can be found on the rear cargo rack, while an electronic fuel gauge lets the rider easily keep track of gas level. Finally, the Zuma also has an easy-to-read instrument panel that features a turn signal, as well as high-beam and low-oil indicator lights.

In terms of performance, the Zuma is powered by a rather feisty 49cc, air-cooled two-stroke engine with a fully automatic transmission and pushbutton electric starting, making for a convenient ride anywhere. The scooter’s simple powertrain also allows it to achieve an estimated - and impressive - 123 mpg fuel return. As far as the suspension is concerned, the Zuma’s tiny telescopic fork and single rear shock work very well for a bike of its built. The overall lightness and agility of the Zuma makes it a fun ride, even if you won’t be pushing past any speed limits.

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The Zuma scooter is finally returning into the loving arms of Yamaha after years of being built by outside vendors. But now that Yamaha is finally taking back construction of the Zuma, you can expect it to be as awesome - maybe even better - than the previous models.

The scooter’s construction, comprised of plastic bodywork, a tube-steel chassis, and plenty of unique new details, including an under-seat storage compartment that comes with a cavernous 5.2-gallon capacity, enough room to fit a full-sized helmet. On top of that, the Zuma 125 also has an easy-to-read analog speedometer that’s flanked by a
fuel gauge and indicator lights; two bright halogen headlights with the left side providing a 55W low beam and the right side providing 60W of high beam luminosity; and a pair of beefy 12" tires that were designed to provide tremendous grip and handling on any kind of road surface with matching 220mm hydraulic front disc and rear drum brakes for serious stopping power.

Despite being regarded as a scooter, the Zuma 125 comes with a pretty capable 125cc 4-stroke engine mated to a fully automatic C.V. transmission with push-button electric starting capabilities, making the Zuma a super-convenient and reliable mode of transportation. An electric fuel-injection cranks out tremendous amounts of power, giving the Zuma 125 a new level of high-tech performance very few scooters in the market can rival.

In addition to its design and performance capabilities, the Zuma 125 handles remarkably well for a scooter, thanks to a steel-tube frame that has a step-through design. The bike also comes with a telescopic fork that features beefy outer tubes for strength and slider shrouds to help protect the 27mm inner tubes from debris.

All told, the Yamaha Zuma 125 is a pretty good choice for a versatile scooter that leaves nothing on the table.

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Yamaha ’s Zuma line-up of scooters is fixing to get a new member of the family with the introduction of the Zuma 125. Packed with a combination of impressive design, superb handling, and upstanding performance numbers, the Zuma 125 fits the bill of a well-rounded scooter.

The design of the Zuma 125 fits the mold of a tough off-road machine wrapped in a scooter’s body. The nose of the seat is closer to allow good leg clearance at stop signs while also allowing you to slide back into the wider area of the seat while cruising for maximum body support. The model also features an underseat storage compartment that has enough room for a full-sized helmet to be stored. Out front, the bike carries two bright halogen headlights with the left side providing the 55W low beam while the right side is the 60W high beam. An analog speedometer is flanked by a fuel gauge and indicator lights while the main switch is equipped with a key hole lock cover for added security.

As far as handling goes, the Zuma 125 was built on a hefty steel-tube frame has a step-through design for easy mounting. The telescopic fork features beefy outer tubes for strength, while slider shrouds help protect the 27mm inner tubes from debris. The Zuma 125 is powered by a 125cc 4-stroke engine with 4 valves with ceramic-composite cylinder plating, and electronic fuel injection. The engine’s power is coarsed through a fully automatic C.V. transmission while pushbutton electric starting make the Zuma 125 one of those bikes that offer super-convenient transportation.

For a new line of scooters that follows in the lead of the Zuma line, the 125 offers the best of all worlds, without any compromises.

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50cc. That’s all it takes for the Yamaha Zuma 50F to be the kind of sporty scooter that makes commuting such a fun endeavor. Don’t be fooled by the bike’s relative timidity; it’s not built for that purpose.

What it’s built for is to provide exceptional riding pleasure at the drop of a hat, complimented by a sharp new styling that features an updated twin-headlight set-up that takes the Zuma 50F’s tough, off-road image to the next level. The scooter also has an open and spacious ride for two along with lots of locking storage underneath. Enjoying the simple thrills of life doesn’t have to mean seeking the biggest and most powerful machine out there.

In terms of powertrain, the Zuma 50F is powered by a low-maintenance, 49cc liquid-cooled 3-valve, 4-stroke engine that’s both quiet and powerful. The engine has an electronic fuel injection that provides smooth, seamless power and is mated to a fully automatic V-belt transmission that gives easy, twist-the-throttle-and-go operation. It also comes with pushbutton electric starting that gives the ultimate ease of operation scooters like this are known for. As a scooter, the Zuma 50F’s fuel economy rings up to an estimated 132 mpg with a fuel tank that holds 1.2 gallons of gas. It may not have the power, but it sure manages its fuel well.

As for the top speed? Don’t expect it to hit more than 45 mph, which may sound a little dull, but given the circumstances, the Zuma 50F was never built to be used on the highway. It’s a pure leisure ride for the city streets.

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