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This XMax 300 Roma Edition Is Yamaha’s Tribute To Italy’s COVID-19 Warriors


The limited-edition scooter gets new graphics and additional features

  • It is available only in Europe.
  • Costs around 5,999 Euros (approx. Rs 16,800) more than the Std XMax 300.
  • Gets a 292cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine. 
Yamaha XMax 300 Roma Edition Scooter Launched

Yamaha is paying homage to the frontline workers battling the COVID-19 pandemic in Italy, one of the worst coronavirus-hit countries, with the launch of the XMax 300 Roma Edition. This limited edition maxi-scooter costs 5,999 Euros (around Rs 5.04 lakh) in Europe, approximately Rs 16,800 more than the standard scooter. Apart from limited edition graphics, this special edition scooter gets additional features as well. 

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Yamaha XMax 300 Roma Edition Scooter Launched

The special edition stickers are a graphic representation of the streets of Rome on the front fairing while the tail section shows the Coliseum. It gets a special edition dual-tone black and white paint job. It also gets special accessories like a smaller tinted windscreen and aluminium footpegs. Rest of the features are the same as the standard edition XMax 300. They include twin LED headlamps, LED tail lamp and a twin-pod semi-digital instrument console. 

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Yamaha XMax 300 Roma Edition Scooter Launched

Power comes from a 292cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder motor that delivers 28PS and 29Nm. In comparison, its direct competition, the Honda Forza 300 offers  25.1PS and 27.2Nm. The XMax 300 gets traction control as well. Underpinnings remain unchanged. It gets telescopic forks and dual shock absorbers, 15-inch front and 14-inch rear alloy wheels with tubeless tyres, and disc brakes at both ends with dual-channel ABS. 

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Yamaha XMax 300 Roma Edition Scooter Launched

The XMax 300 Roma Edition is limited to 130 units. It is highly unlikely that Yamaha will launch the XMax 300 in India given its high asking price. However, the Japanese bikemaker could launch the  Cygnus-X 125 here. 

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