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Three times Tmax: the normal version on the left, the DX variant in the middle, the SX on the right

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If arranged correctly, two open face helmets fit in the storage compartment.

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The main stand can be locked as an extra theft protection.

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Better than the sofa at home: the driver and pillion will find a nice place to sit.

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Yamaha Tmax in the test.

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Yamaha Tmax in the driving report

Sporty large scooter in three versions

The first Yamaha Tmax rolled off the production line in 2001 and has since been sold over 250,000 times in Europe. Now there is a new Yamaha Tmax with which we did our first test drive.

At the beginning there are doubts, as the author of this test has so far neglected the topic of large scooters. Before the first meeting with the new one Yamaha Tmax therefore keeps the euphoria within limits. But: Always try first and then make a judgment.

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Lean angle should be greater

So grabbed the Yamaha Tmax DX right away. First question mark: where does the key have to go? Nowhere. Smart Key System is the magic word devised by Yamaha for this. Works like any keyless go system and also offers the option of stopping communication between the key and the scooter. The space on the bench is generous – for the driver and pillion passenger. Quickly stow the backpack in the large storage compartment underneath and off you go. Think, the Yamaha Tmax does not fold from the main stand. In addition to the steering wheel lock, Yamaha has integrated a main stand lock. It comes off after you press the starter button and the TFT display finally comes to life.

The Yamaha Tmax swims casually in city traffic. The two-cylinder hangs fine on the gas, the variator ensures the right propulsion when scurrying from gap to gap. Nothing changes as soon as the last house fronts have passed. When surfing on country roads, the brakes play well and are easy to adjust. Only the lean angle should be greater. The scratchy main stand urges caution. Moved in the sporty S-mode for engine power, the Yamaha Tmax DX masters all sprint challenges, in the power-reduced T-mode, however, it acts extremely cautious. The nine kilograms of weight that it saved compared to its predecessor do not help.

Basic Yamaha Tmax from 11,495 euros

Another new feature of all Yamaha Tmax is traction control, which seems a bit overdone at 46 hp. Just like heated grips and seats on the DX, which were not needed in the sunny presentation. But they stand for what the Yamaha Tmax is really good at: carrying people comfortably and quickly from A to B. The wind and weather protection behind the lush cladding and the electrically elevating windshield of the DX is made for this requirement profile. The price for that? The DX costs 13,195 euros, the other types are cheaper; The basic version is available from 11,495 euros, the SX for 12,295 euros. Not a little, but successful types are usually worth it.

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