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Old 09-24-2015, 04:50 AM   #1
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New XMAX IRON MAX heads Yamaha scooter updates for 2016

Exclusive styling details for special edition XMAX 400 250 and 125

New XMAX IRON MAX heads Yamaha scooter updates for 2016
The X-MAX IRON MAX 400


New XMAX IRON MAX heads Yamaha scooter updates for 2016
The X-MAX IRON MAX 250

New XMAX IRON MAX heads Yamaha scooter updates for 2016
And the X-MAX IRON MAX 400


YAMAHA has revealed updates to its scooter ranges for 2016, including ‘IRON MAX’ editions of the X-Max 400, 250 and 125, plus new colours for 50cc models.

The Iron Max editions feature a ‘Liquid Darkness’ with ‘aluminium-type emblems that project an even more redefined and sophisticated look,’ according Yamaha. So shiny badges.

They have different seats to the base models, embossed with the X-Max logo and featuring gold-coloured stitching and a -stop for the rider.

Other exclusive extras include aluminium footboards and ‘satin chrome’ speedometer rings and handlebar cover. The 125 and 250 versions also have a white instrument panel backlight.

The 50cc Aero and BW ranges come in new colours while the Neo range gets new ‘Star Silver’ forks, all shown in our gallery below.
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