Yamaha Philippines is proud to announce the official Philippine launch of the much-awaited Nmax 155. It's now available with an official SRP of PhP119,900 for the base model (no ABS), and PhP134,500 for the ABS variant.
New features for the 2020 Nmax include a redesigned fully-digital panel screen, new LED headlights and taillights, lights with a hazard lamp switch.
, smart key system and USB power sockets on the glove compartments.
Yamaha claims that although the Blue Core, 4-stroke water-cooled SOHC single-cylinder engine with Variable Valve Actuation (VVT) that produces 15.4 PS at 8,000 rpm and 13.9 Nm at 6,500 rpm engine that powers the new NMax does look similar to the outgoing model, it is an improved version for better acceleration and emissions.
The rider will get to see all the important trip info on the multifunction instrument panel. It displays fuel, temperature, digital speedometer, and trip info with two trip computers and real-time and average fuel consumption, and when VVA is in use. These modes can be toggled through with the handlebar mounted toggle switch.
On the front shield, the right compartment is now covered while the left remains open. The left compartment now features a power socket that riders can use to charge their phone while on the go.
The Nmax also comes with some high-tech features like a new keyless system. This allows riders to keep their keys in their pockets and simply twist the ignition knob to start or open compartments. It also comes with remote switches for the fuel compartment and underseat compartment.
Another feature is the Stop - Start System, which automatically turns off the engine when idling or at a stoplight to further save fuel. It starts back up again with a simple twist of the throttle. Of course, this system can be turned off if desired. We’re on the fence with this one as it hasn’t proved to be popular among Filipino buyers.
Much of the details are available on this July story: 2020 Yamaha Nmax PH prices leaked. The only thing the Philippine model doesn't get is the addition of rear shocks with subtanks. For the Philippine Nmax, it's a simple twin shock setup.
For the non-ABS models, customers can choose from Midnight Black, Phantom Blue and Tech Camo for PhP119,900, while the ABS models are available on Midnight Black, Matte Red and Tech Camo for PhP134,500.