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2011 Yamaha T-Max Comparison Review Photo Gallery

The 2011 Yamaha T-Max takes on three other big-bore scoots in MotoUSA's first ever Mega-Scooter Shootout. Check out the full story in our 2011 MotoUSA Maxi Scooter Shootout.

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The 499cc liquid-cooled, parallel-twin engine in the T-Max produced some of the best acceleration while the brakes provided the best stopping distance.
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A rigid chassis and beefed-up suspension provide a motorcycle feel to the T-Max, giving it superb handling and cornering ability.
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Whether you're on the freeway or carving canyons, the 2011 Yamaha T-Max is comfortable in a variety of settings.
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“The engine is peppy, and although not as strong as the Burgman, it more than makes up for the lower power output with great handling." - Justin Dawes
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A controlled-fill die-cast aluminum frame makes up the main structure of the chassis in the T-Max.
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Fuel-injection and forged pistons are just some of the details that helped the T-Max dominate the performance category.
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2011 Yamaha T-Max
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The sleek styling of the T-Max gives it the look of what Yamaha calls a ‘Super Sport Scooter’.
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2011 Yamaha T-Max
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"The T-Max proved itself to be very versatile and easily out performed all the other scooters in the variety of environments and riding conditions we tested in -- the T-Max is the only one with a ‘motorcycle’ feeling to it and it shows.” - Jen Ross
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2011 Yamaha T-Max
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2011 Maxi Scooter Shootout