The NMAX 155 is a global strategic bike, having been launched in overseas markets in 19 years with TCS traction control, Y-connect and an adjustable rear shock. The 2022 model released in Taiwan today has not only passed the seventh stage of environmental protection, but has also been equipped with some of the desired features.
TCS traction control system, Y-connect mobile phone connection system
The NMAX 155 has had a TCS version since 19 years ago, but unfortunately it was not introduced at that time and was not able to be the first 150-speed motorcycle in China to be equipped with the Traction Control System. In addition, a new Y-connect APP function has been added, allowing access to the Revs dashboard, maintenance advice, mileage/ECO ranking, fuel consumption management, parking position and many other functions when the vehicle is connected to the phone.
The NMAX 155 is now available with Y-connect for mobile phone connectivity, not necessary to wait for the Yamaha NMax 2023.
Four-colour and WGP 60th Anniversary Special Edition available
This year’s ‘Dark Grey’ has the same gold wheels as the previous ‘Dark Grey Black’, and is even more thoroughly blacked out. “The ‘Dark Blue’ follows on from last year’s ‘Dark Blue Grey Black’, with a dark blue and black colour scheme to give the bike a deeper look. In addition, “Dark Grey Silver” and “White Grey Black” have been removed and replaced with “Grey” and “Red” to give owners a new choice.
And to coincide with the 60th anniversary of Yamaha’s participation in the WGP in France, the bike is now available in the classic red and white colours with speed chains, and with the same gold wheels as the Dark Grey, in a limited edition of 120 units while stocks last.