While making the Yamaha Aerox 155, the manufacturer has three points to focus on- proud body size, athletic proportions and the X-centre motif. This maxi sports scooter has the design concept of a Heart-Shaking Speedster. The Aerox 155 is not just a scooter and comes with a 155cc powerful engine. It comes in 3 different shades with plenty of features you have never seen in other models. So, no further delay, let’s go for an adventurous ride on the Yamaha Aerox 155 today.
The all-new Aerox 155 has a unique appearance and a slick design with a visual impression of Classic European styling. It gets a 155cc blue core engine, a ‘Stop and start system’, a separate conventional electric starter, and a smart motor generator. Having a Concave-lens headlight and V-shaped tail light with a comfortable wider seat, it also has a stylish Metal fender with an in-built side stand engine cut-off switch.
The body is lightweight with a weight of 126Kg and has a classic-style instrumental panel, telescopic suspension, and MF battery (Maintenance Free). The aforementioned has a Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, 4-valve engine with a maximum horsepower of 15PS per 8,000 rpm and an automatic V-belt transmission. It comes with an SMG system (Smart Motor Generator), with a maximum torque of 13.9Nm per 6,500 rpm.
It comes with 14-inch large alloy wheels, superwide 140mm wide tyres, motorcycle-type twin-shock absorbers and an anti-locking braking system. This scooter gets a Telescopic fork front suspension and a unit swing rear suspension. It also gets an external fuel lid, multi-function key switch, 24.5litre under-seat storage, front pocket with power socket, LED head and tail lamps
Aerox 155 has a height of 1,150 mm, a minimum ground clearance of 145 mm, a 5.5 L fuel tank capacity, a 12 V battery, a Telescopic fork suspension, a 110/80 mm front tyre, and a 140/70 mm rear tyre. Yamaha Aerox 155 is available in 3 attractive colours- Metallic Black, Racing Blue and Grey Vermillion.
Yamaha bikes made it’s footprint in Indian soil way back in 1985 and now the company is in a league of it’s own by having some fantastic 150cc and 250cc models in it’s arsenal. India Yamaha Motor Private Limited is now in the middle of the things as it is ranked 5th in top 10 companies in terms of sales. Yamaha is one among the top three supergiant Japanese motorcycle companies (others are Honda and Kawasaki). They are showcasing their standards in each product and IYM is now focussing on increasing the country wide network and so is the product range. Reliability, aftersales service and trustworthiness has made Yamaha bikes a favourite in the Indian market.