2022 Yamaha Zuma 125 Is Unveiled –Will Be A Off-Road Scooter
Officially, Yamaha raised the curtain from the 2022 Zuma 125. The redesigned scooter has a rough and distinctive design, with a relatively bulky flair and new body panels with asymmetrical twin-pod headlamps. The Zuma 125 has 12-inch wheels, off-road tires, and a tail rack that contribute to its utilitarian attraction.
The Yamaha Zuma 125 is based on an in-step steel tube frame. It contains the telescopic front porches and the double back shockers for suspension travel of 3.2 inches and 3.1 inches. The scooter is 30.9 inches long and somewhat greater than the previous one, but its narrow form makes it easier to hit the ground.
The scooter is powered by a 1-cylinder 125cc liquid-cooled engine, which has a revised stroke (52.0mm x 58.7mm), along with a higher compression ratio (11.2:1). It also comes with Yamaha’s VVA technology, which boosts the total performance and power supply. The scooter is also fitted with an automatic transmission centrifuge and V-belts.
2022 Yamaha Zuma 125 can deliver 101 mpg on fuel (around 43 kmpl). Otherwise, the front wheel has a disco brake of 245mm, while the rear wheel has a rotor of 230mm. The scooter features an attached braking mechanism in which a small braking force is applied to the front wheel, but only to the front wheel is the front brake lever applied by force.
The Yamaha Zuma 125, which is scheduled to come on sale in July 2021, is expected to be $3,699 on the US market. It will be available in Matte Black and team Yamaha Blue in two different colors. Zuma 125, mostly due to its comparatively high price tag, will never enter the Indian market.