2021 Yamaha TMAX 20th Anniversary Edition Launched – Limited To 560 Units

Yamaha Motor Co. Ltd introduces the all-new TMAX 20th Anniversary Edition as a tribute to the company success with the TMAX over the last 20 years,

The limited-edition model (with only 560 units build) features a forged carbon body noticeable in the body panels, the front fender, and the exhaust shield.

According to Yamaha, the unit also displays yellow details as reminiscent of the original model’s bright colouring.

Other key features:

  • Exclusive carbon shell design
  • Special heated grips and saddle
  • Exclusive colour
  • 560cc EURO5 approved engine
  • Dynamic and aggressive body design
  • Electric windshield
  • cruise control
  • Integrated LED front arrows
  • Fully equipped with best-in-class specifications
  • Lightweight aluminium frame
  • Traction control and D-MODE
  • Spacious storage compartment
  • Keyless ignition Smart Key
  • Monochrome TFT instrumentation
  • Motorcycle type suspension with optimized settings
  • Center stand locking system

Since its introduction 20 years ago, the Yamaha TMAX has retained its success as one of the world’s best-selling sports scooters.

The 1st generation 500cc 2-cylinder scooter can reach 160km/h, thanks to the compact motor mounted in the tubular frame.

The 2nd generation was also a hit when it was introduced between 2004 and 2007 with a more powerful injection engine and better features in the form of a new suspension setup, double front disc, and ABS (optional).

Later in 2008, Yamaha introduced a new aluminium frame that helps improve maneuverability.

Four years later, the 4th generation came into the picture, this time with a bigger 530cc platform paired to a belt transmission and aluminium swingarm. The motorcycle then updated again in 2015, which came with radial brake callipers to improved braking.

Yamaha then makes a huge leap two years later by introducing the Yamaha Chip Controlled Throttle (YCC-T) and Traction Control (TCS), selectable power delivery, cruise control, heated grip/saddle, and electrically adjustable windscreen.

Last year, the engineers at Shizuoka threw a bigger displacement. This time, a 560cc powerplant that produces 46.9hp @ 7,500rpm and 55.7Nm @ 5,250rpm.

To date, nearly 300,000 units have been sold across Europe, making the TMAX the most successful “sport scooter” ever produced.



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