Japan has received a new 155 cc maxi-scooter - the Yamaha Majesty S. It's way more powerful than the Aprilia 160 SXR that will be launched in India this August.
Yamaha Majesty S Features and Design
One of the key features of the Yamaha Majesty S is its design. Yamaha has done a brilliant job in making this scooter look very sporty. The Majesty S features a stylish apron-mounted LED headlight that has a projector for the high beam and conventional reflector for the low beam. A couple of LED DRL strips are also present. The side turn signals are located on either side of the headlight.
The profile of the Majesty S is quite attractive thanks to the design of the seat that gives an impression of a high-rise tail. Also, the alloy wheels and the blacked-out side-mounted exhaust help in maintaining the scooter’s visual appeal. At the rear of the Yamaha Majesty S, there is a sporty LED taillight, side turn signals and pillion grab rail.
The Majesty S also comes with a sporty three-pod semi-digital instrument cluster. The tachometer is in the middle. The tell-tale lights along with the fuel meter are on the left. And on the right side, there is a display that shows information like speedometer, trip meter, clock, etc.
Some of the other interesting features of the Yamaha Majesty S are:
- Large under-seat storage space
- 12V DC socket in the front apron
- High-quality aluminium hook
- Spacious front pocket - can hold a 500ml water bottle
- Front fuel filler cap
- Dual disc brakes - 267 mm front, 245 mm rear
Yamaha Majesty S Specifications
The Majesty S draws power from a 155 cc single-cylinder 4-valve engine. It is a water-cooled unit that comes with a fuel-injection system. It has been tuned to produce 11 kW or 15 PS of maximum power and 14 Nm of peak torque. Yamaha claims that this engine is capable of returning a fuel economy of 40 km/l.
The Aprilia 160 SXR mounts a 160 cc single-cylinder, 3-valve FI engine that produces 11.01 PS at 7,600 rpm and 11.6 Nm of torque at 6,000 rpm.
|Aspect||Yamaha Majesty S|
|Length / width / height||2030 mm / 715 mm / 1115 mm|
|Seat height||795 mm|
|Ground clearance||90 mm|
|Engine type||Single-cylinder, water-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC, 4-valve|
|Maximum power||11 kW or 15 PS at 7500 rpm|
|Maximum torque||14 Nm at 6000 rpm|
|Transmission||V-belt continuously variable transmission / automatic|
|Fuel tank capacity||7.4 litres|
In Japan, the Yamaha Majesty S has been priced at JPY 3,45,000 (excluding taxes) or INR 2.38 lakh*. It is available in four colour options - Silky White, Metallic Grey, Metallic Black, and Vivid Yellow. The Majesty S will reach the showrooms on 10 April 2020, if the ongoing COVID-19 situation permits.
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As for the Indian market, the Yamaha Majesty S checks off almost all the boxes - looks, practicality, performance, etc. But the price is too high for a high-volume scooter in India. So, the Majesty S would be a viable option only if Yamaha can manage to lower down the price.
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