Looks when the Yamaha Aerox 155 uses the Flat Deck Model

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Yamaha has just launched its newest scooter, the X Force 2022 in the Japanese market. This motorbike uses an Aerox 155 VVA engine, and from a design perspective, the Yamaha X Force 2022 has a sporty form like the Aerox 155 VVA. What distinguishes it, X Force 2022 uses a flat deck model, unlike the Aerox 155 VVA whose deck has a hump.

The Yamaha X Force 2022 is built on the ‘Master of Street Scooter’ concept. This scooter is claimed to be suitable for daily use, both for going to work and for school. This motorbike is sold at a price of around 396,000 yen, equivalent to Rp. 43.2 million.

Yamaha X Force 2022 Photo: Yamaha

There are four color choices offered, including Matt Dark Grayish Leaf Green Metallic, Matte Dark Purplish Blue Metallic, Blueish White Pearl, and Black metallic X. All variants are sold in Japan starting on June 28, 2022.

Yamaha X Force 2022 uses a 155 cc single cylinder engine, SOHC, liquid-cooled with BlueCore VVA and SMG (Smart Motor Generator) technology. This injection-tech motor can produce a peak power of 14.7 hp at 8,000 rpm and a maximum torque of 14 Nm at 6,500 rpm.

Dimensionally, this motorbike has a length of 1,895 mm, a width of 760 mm and a height of 1,120 mm, with a ground clearance of 125 mm, and a wheelbase of 1,340 mm.

Yamaha X Force 2022Yamaha X Force 2022 Photo: Yamaha

The X Force 2022 has a seat height of 815 mm, a weight of 130 kg, and a fuel tank capacity of about 6.1 liters. This motorbike uses 13-inch alloy wheels with tire profiles of 120/70 (front) and 130/70 (rear).

The brakes use a single disc system of 267 mm for the front wheels and 230 mm for the rear wheels, which are combined with the ABS system. Speaking of accommodation, the luggage capacity can accommodate up to 23.2 liters of goods.

This motorbike is equipped with a full digital instrument panel integrated with the Y-Connect connectivity application, then there is also a traction control (TC) feature to prevent the rear wheel from slipping when accelerating.

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