the 77th edition of the Internazionale Ciclo Motociclo e Accessori
(EICMA 2019) in Milan, Italy, Yamaha Motor Company of Japan displayed a range
of motorcycles, scooters and concepts for the global market. Among the ones
that drew the crowds were the:
Yamaha Tracer 700:
The Yamaha Tracer main novelty comes from the windshield, which hosts a couple
of LED headlights, the same technical solution also used for the arrows. Also
hand guards and windscreen are new. The rider takes now advantage of a greater
aerodynamic protection and benefits of a more comfortable riding position,
thanks to a larger handlebar and an exclusive one-piece seat. Best comfort is
also guaranteed by a new 41mm fork together with single shock absorber. Another
characterizing element of the new Yamaha Tracer 700 is the 689 cc CP2
twin-cylinder engine. As a matter of fact it has been upgraded to intake,
injection, ignition and exhaust and now meets the latest Euro 5 emission
regulation. The new Yamaha Tracer 700 will be available in three different
Yamaha TMax 560:
Yamaha presented a renewed maxi-scooter TMax: it perfectly combines new style
to new mechanics. The Yamaha TMAX, which now meets the latest Euro 5 emission
regulation, features a capacity increase up to 560 cc; power increases by 3.5%
while maximum torque peak is 6% higher. The design maintains a familiar shape
but is updated almost in all components, particularly in the rear area, that
now features a sleeker line. The Yamaha TMAX is available in two versions:
standard or Tech MAX. The first adopts the 2-level D-Mode selector, traction
control and Smart Key system as standard. The Tech MAX variant is ready to accommodate
the needs of the most demanding riders. That is why it comes with a top-level
array of features, which includes electric adjustable windshield, cruise
control, heated hand guards and seat together with the opportunity to use the
dedicated MyTMAX Connect App.
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