2009 Yamaha Zuma 125 Scooter Review — Review of the 2009 Yamaha Zuma 125 Scooter

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Yamaha AT 125

The Bottom Line


and easy to ride

Thrifty economy

Tires are versatile for non-paved surfaces


may not be for everybody

Engine is too small for speeds

Lack of a kickstarter can you in a lurch if the battery dies— it happened to me!


All-new 4-…, air-cooled engine ceramic-composite cylinder plating and fuel injection

Fully automatic continuously transmission (CVT)

Lockable storage compartment with 5.2 capacity

Steel tube with offroad-style brush and dual halogen headlights

… cast five-spoke with telescopic front dual rear shocks

disc brake up front, brake at rear

Fuel 89 miles per gallon (estimated)

height: 30.7 inches

Yamaha AT 125
Yamaha AT 125

two passengers

Price: $2,999

Guide — 2009 Yamaha 125 Scooter

With its exposed frame and huge headlights. the Zuma 125’s looks the slick styling cues of brands like Vespa. atypical are its rugged, rounded-off and handguards .

The Zuma can be parked either a kickstand or a centerstand, and aboard you’ll find a layout that’s fairly everything is where you’d it to be on a typical motorcycle, with a gauge cluster offering speed and fuel level This scoot’ fires up an electric start, and its fuel-injection makes it ready to get up and go immediately, when ambient temperatures are

Light revving at idle the bike in neutral, while a twist of the throttle triggers acceleration up to an indicated top speed of 60 mph (riding solo on level Right and left hand operate the front and rear respectively, requiring reasonable for most stops; grabbing aggressively can produce brake something new riders should be of. Unlike scooters with squared-off tire profiles, the rounded rubber makes the easy to turn (though it requires a little bit more to maintain a perfectly straight while cruising.

The Yamaha Zuma 125 boasts a few features including a built-in key 5.2 gallons of underseat storage. and a fuel economy figure of 89 but one unfortunate feature I discovered was the of a kickstarter. When I accidentally ran the battery by leaving the key in the ‘On’ my fault—there was no way to start up the engine.

The battery wouldn’t take a after repeated attempts, the bike stuck in my garage; not the most upbeat way to end my otherwise time with the lil‘

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