The Yamaha MT15 has already been unleashed in the Nepalese market and you will be able to see it at the NADA Auto Show 2019. The new MT-15 mounts a liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC, 4-valve, 6-speed transmission, 155cc fuel-injected engine along with Variable Valve Actuation (VVA) system on a Delta box frame. Yamaha says the new MT-15 triggers agile and strong-feeling acceleration and flaunts standout traits of the styling with enhanced control postures along with A&S clutch and single-channel ABS.
The new MT-15 strikes the ideal balance of agile acceleration, agile handling, and advanced design and is targeted for the young generation who are transitioning from lower end two-wheelers and are simultaneously looking for snappy rides with the maximum feel of torque and acceleration. The advanced design expressing ‘Torque and Agility’ is further accentuated by minimal-look headlight enhancing dynamic front face styling, a short tail with a vertical taillight and overall ‘graphics and finish’ that illustrates the unpredictable MT style.
The new MT-15 with its VVA engine for agile acceleration along with model-specific ECU, optimized secondary reduction gear ratio for snappy riding in town, A&S clutch for stress-free gear shifts, rider-centered craftsmanship with a great deal of freedom on a tight, concentrated silhouette, 140 mm width rear tire and 282 mm front disc brake with single-channel ABS for excellent stopping power.
Yamaha will showcase the NMAX 155 maxi-scooter at this year’s NADA Auto Show. With the NMax, Yamaha intends to target the 150cc scooter space rather than the highly competitive 125cc scooter segment. With additional features like the LCD instruments and LED lighting, the Yamaha NMax 155 flaunts the sporty aerodynamic frame & bodywork with the presence of long, flat seat.
The 155.1cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine on the premium scooter has been tuned for lower output, generating 14.8 HP of maximum power and 14.4 Nm of maximum torque. It also gets Variable Valve Actuation (VVA), which provides better lower-end performance and top-end grunt.
The NMax 155 features premium disc brakes both at the front as well as at the rear end. With a net weight of 127 kg, the bike also receives the ABS as standard. With around 23.5 Litres of under-seat storage along with the front pocket, the NMax 155 appears to be highly sporty as well as practical purchase. Its 13-inch alloys are wrapped in 110/70 section tires at the front and 130/70-13 section tires at the rear.
While the NMax will be the most expensive proposition in the 150cc scooter space, its sporty looks, performance and most importantly the brand name should make up for it.
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