Honda PCX 2021
In recent years, the premium scooter segment has been one of the best performers in the sales charts. While the PCX has certainly sold well, keeping the same body styling for an extended period poses a big challenge for this popular city ride to keep up with its competition.
The PCX160 is loved by scooter fans for its sharp yet classy overall styling, and now features a new LED headlight and taillight, along with redesigned alloy wheels. Honda’s designers even came up with new color schemes (Pearl Fadeless White and Asteroid Black Metallic for the ABS variant, and Matte Dim Gray Metallic and Pearl Fadelesss White for the CBS) that make the PCX160 more dignified-looking.
Yamaha NMAX 155
Yamaha have announced updates to the NMax 125 and NMax 155, with styling updated in 2021 with a slightly more sporting bent with a new frame and extra fine detail touches across the bike.
The Blue Core engine is also Euro5 compliant and runs Variable Valve Actuation, with a special intake camshaft with two cam lobes, one for low to mid rpm, and the other for high rpm, offering broader performance.The 125 cc Blue Core engine produced 9 kW at 8000 rpm, while on the 155 cc version we’ll get in Australia this is boosted to 11.1 kW also at 8000 rpm.
All New 2021 Honda PCX 160 VS Yamaha NMAX 155 Connected Version
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