Yamaha Motor Philippines (YMPH) has officially set the standard retail price of the 2020 NMax. Photos of the updated bike have been circulating in the Viber groups of various motorcycle clubs after the images were officially released to Yamaha dealers nationwide.
“Effective July 2020, please be informed that NMax [has] its Full Model Change,” YMPH said in its dealer advisory.
The price of the base variant will remain at P119,900, while the NMax ABS is pegged at P134,500. Both variants are available in Midnight Black and Tech Camo. In addition, the NMax gets the option of Phantom Blue, while the NMax ABS also has Matte Red among the available color choices.
The NMax ABS is equipped with a 155cc SOHC liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine with variable valve actuation technology. This fuel-efficient and Euro 4-compliant powerplant generate 15.1hp at 8,000rpm and 19Nm at 6,500rpm.
The NMax ABS also features traction control, dual-channel ABS, a smart-key system, a USB power socket, new LED head- and taillight units, a hazard lamp, and a fully-digital multifunction. As for the base NMax, all the aforementioned features are available except for the traction control, dual-channel ABS, and the smart-key system.
Sorry to say, folks, but we still have to determine when the latest NMax will be launched in the country. According to our source, those wanting the NMax ABS with connectivity system will have to wait until units arrive in January 2021.
NOTE: This story originally appeared on TopBikes.ph. Minor edits have been made.