Yamaha launched the 2021 XMax 300 in Europe, its 300 cc MaxiScooter. It has received updates such as a new ‘Blue Core’ engine, a new seat and new colors.
The 2021 Yamaha XMax 300 received a new ‘Blue Core’ engine to meet the new Euro5 pollutant emission standard. Despite maintaining the same power and torque as the previous model, the brand says that it emits less pollutants in addition to being more economical.
It is 292 cm³ single cylinder with liquid cooling, capable of generating up to 27.6 HP of maximum power and 3.0 kgfm / 29Nm of torque. The transmission is automatic CVT type and the fuel tank capacity is 13 liters.
In terms of design, it has not changed, and brings only a new seat and new colors. According to the brand, it was designed with pure TMAX DNA. With its dual LED headlights and aerodynamic fairing to the boomerang side panels, the XMAX 300’s sporty and dynamic appearance and premium finish can trace its origin to Yamaha’s iconic MaxiScooter.
In addition, the 2021 XMax 300 is equipped with a new premium quality seat, with an independent backrest for the pilot, which offers lumbar support for greater comfort. It has a two-tone finish and high quality details.
The new colors for 2021 are: ‘Icon Gray’ (Light gray with blue wheels) and ‘Sonic Gray’ (Dark gray).
Finally, the model is equipped with Traction Control, two-wheel disc brake with ABS, 15″ wheel at the front and 14″ at the rear, motorcycle type front suspension, keyless start, 12V socket and space under the seat for 2 integral helmets.
“Luxury” version XMax 300 Tech MAX
In addition to the version above, Yamaha also offers another one considered “luxury”, called XMax 300 Tech MAX.
The base is the ‘standard’ XMax 300, and features, as differentials, a special seat, aluminum footrest, differentiated graphics, chrome rims around the instrument panel, “smoked” taillight and exclusive ‘Tech Kamo’ color (a shade of matte dark olive green) with golden wheels.
There is no change in mechanics. This special edition costs approximately 390 euros more.