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2013 Zuma 125

2013 Zuma 125

The Yamaha Zuma is a model of scooter that was introduced in 2002. Originally as an air-cooled two-… model, the has since been redesigned as a In the past, the model has also marketed as the Yamaha BMs and the MBL Booster. actually withdrew the Zuma the U.S. market in 2006 and However the model was reintroduced in and has been going strong since.

In order to comply environmental regulations, since Yamaha has outfitted the Zuma a restricted throttle and a catalytic Hence, models newer 2008 have a lower top than many earlier

The 2013 Yamaha Zuma is a aggressive-looking scooter that was to be both tough and sporty. It twin bug-eyed headlights out that give it a particularly appearance. The Zuma boasts a instrument panel with a signal, a high beam, and an oil light. For 2013 the Zuma is in two models: the Zuma 125 and the Zuma

The Zuma 125 is a tough-looking scooter a strong steel frame, fat tires, oiled-type air filters, and front and rear shocks with brush deflectors lend the bike genuine capability, while also good on-road performance. The 125 a fully automatic C.V. and pushbutton electric starting that make it very to operate.

With center and side and a locking cover on the ignition the Zuma 125 is also convenient and to park. The 2013 Yamaha 125 can seat two and makes 89 mpg in terms of economy. The tank holds 1.6 of gas.

The more compact Yamaha Zuma 50F features the tough yet sporty design and is by a liquid-cooled, three-valve, four-… engine that’s powerful, and low-maintenance. It’s also got styling and a distinct go-anywhere The smaller, more economical 50F an impressive 132 mpg in estimated fuel

With its 49cc four-… the Zuma 50F is a fun bike for making daily commute to work or It has power that is smooth and as well as starting that’s instantaneous, thanks to its fuel-injected

The Yamaha Zuma first fans for its tough-looking off-road and both the 2013 models sharply updated styling and the twin headlights the model is for. The bike’s fat tires it the look of a vehicle that is of going just about while the Zuma’s steeped provides for a ride that’s and roomy. Additional conveniences locking storage space the seat, an inner pocket, and a that folds out.

The Zuma 50F’s fuel may only hold 1.2 gallons of but the model is capable of achieving up to 132 mpg in fuel economy. Fully V-belt transmission with clutch provides for easy off the line. The steel-tube frame has a through design that easy mount and dismount, the telescopic forks feature outer tubes.

Twin halogen headlights are included, the left side providing 55W low and the right side is a 60W high

New For 2013

Yamaha Zuma

New twin headlights nicely update the Zuma’s off-road image.

Lighter than previous year

New trimmed fuel tank on 50F holds only 1.2 gallons as to 1.5.

Increased under storage capacity can accommodate 5.2 of cargo on the 125, making it enough for a full-face helmet.

speedometer is easy to read and by fuel gauge and oil indicator

Forced air-cooling system regulate engine temperatures and it running cool.

Gas tank has relocated from under the to inside the floorboard.

50F model is all new for

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