Categories: Automobiles

Yamaha X Force, the “all-terrain” scooter lands in Japan

Yamaha has just launched its latest novelty in Japan, lo scooter X Forcea model for the city that does not mind a few off-road trips.

Aggressive-looking, with a pointed front and a double full led headlight, the Yamaha X Force presents itself as an aggressive scooter capable of tackling any terrain. It shows itself with a succinct plastic body at the rear, but enveloping at the front positioned higher than usual. The suspension has a little more travel and its saddle is 815mm off the ground.

It has a flat platform, double height tube handlebarsa generous seat and the fuel tank filler neck is located on the left leg shield back plate. With 13 “wheels that will give it great agility, it is equipped with a 267 mm lobed front disc brake with two-piston caliper. There is also a 230mm rear disc brake with ABS system.

Yamaha X Force will be sold only in Japan (at the moment)

Under the saddle there is space for a jet helmet and on the leg shield back plate there is an open storage compartment On the right side. There is also, as is now customary, a USB socket and a luggage rack.

The instrumentation is a simple LCD display contrasting black / white with Bluetooth and a dedicated Yamaha Motorcycle Connect (Y-Connect) app.

As for the engine, it is the well-known single-cylinder Blue Core 4T cycle (LC, 4V, SOHC IE, VVT) with 155 cc and 15 HP, with VVT (variable opening time valves) and Start & Stop. The weight of this Yamaha X Force is 130 kg, a really good figure.

It is offered in four color combinations green / black, blue / black with red, white / black and metallic black rims.

At the moment it is only for sale in Japan, even if the brand of the tuning fork could easily offer it also in Europe. In fact, this “all terrain” market segment does not have many players. The most famous currently is the Honda the ADV350 which has the Aprilia SR GT as its major competitor.

Published by
John Vassallo

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