Yamaha Majesty S 155 Maxi-scooter Revealed In Japan. Unlikely To Come To India
Modified On Mar 24, 2020 By Zaran Mody
Makes way more power than the upcoming Aprilia SXR 160
- Gets features like LED lighting and an apron-mounted fuel-filler.
- Is powered by a 155cc motor producing 14.96PS/14Nm.
- Unlikely to make its way to India anytime soon.
We were quite blown away with the Yamaha NMax 155 and even more excited when Yamaha hinted that it could bring it to India. Unfortunately, that hasn’t materialised, but over in Japan, Yamaha has unveiled an all-new 155cc maxi-scooter called the Majesty S 155.
As the name suggests, it’s powered by a 155cc, single-cylinder, 4-valve, liquid-cooled motor producing 14.96PS and 14Nm. This makes it way more powerful than the Aprilia SXR 160 that’s due to arrive in India this August. That being said, at 145kg, it’s considerably heavier than most scooters sold on our shores.
On the styling front, the Majesty features typical maxi-scooter design language, with a short apron and largely exposed handlebars. The LED headlight is mounted on the apron (because it has nowhere else to be) and consists of a projector high beam element accompanied by a reflector low-beam element. LED DRLs are present too.
Underpinnings are premium too, with a telescopic fork up front and disc brakes at both ends. In terms of features, the Majesty gets semi-digital instrumentation, a DC charging port, apron storage space and an apron-mounted fuel-filler.
Pretty high-end stuff, so it’s hardly surprising that the Majesty costs 3.45 lakh Japanese Yen or about Rs 2.38 lakh. However, considering the high asking price and the absence of the NMax in India, it’s highly unlikely that Yamaha will bring the Majesty S 155 to our shores.