Yamaha brings back its popular Zuma scooter for 2015, with 50F, 50FX and 125 models along with the retro-styled Vino Classic.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has issued a recall notice due to a potential fuel pump problem with certain 2009 model year Yamaha YW125 (Zuma 125) scooters.
Yamaha Motor Europe is set to provide 16 EC-O3 electric scooters for the paddock at the FIA World Endurance Championship, boosting Toyota Racing’s eco presence.
Yamaha Motor Corporation is pleased to announce that select Yamaha Scooter models will be available for demo rides at participating Yamaha dealers now through July 31, 2009.
The Yamaha TMAX scooter delivers unrivaled sporting performance, but will that be enough to claim top honors in our 2011 Maxi Scooter Shootout?
The Yamaha scooter lineup ranges from the popular 50cc Zuma to the new high-performance TMAX Twin. Yamaha's growing Scooter line includes the successful 50cc 2-stroke Zuma, which returned after a brief hiatus. A new 125cc 4-stroke Zuma joins the popular Vino line of small-displacement commuters, as well as the box-shaped 50cc 4-stroke C3. At the top of the Yamaha scooter food chain are the 400cc Majesty maxiscooter and the performance-oriented Twin-powered TMAX. History of Yamaha Motorcycles