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2014 Yamaha Zuma 50f X on 2040-motos

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YearYear:2014 MileageMileage:0
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Weatherford, Texas

Weatherford, TX
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2014 Yamaha Zuma 50F X, Available in Team Yamaha Blue-White and Vivid Yellow-Raven 2014 Yamaha Zuma 50FX SPORTY AND EFFICIENT. The new Zuma 50FX is base on the very popular and successful line of Yamaha Zuma scooters and features a new sport styling, a 50cc 4 -stroke engine, CVT automatic transmission, and plenty of storage under the seat. And the best of all you get Yamaha quality and durability buit in plus a vast national dealer network for support. Key Features This super sporty 4-stroke scooter makes going places fun, even commuting to work or school. Fuel injection provides smooth, seamless power and nearly instantaneous starts. Sporty styling, with a textured seat cover that has colored stitching, wide handlebars and a single headlight enhance the image of the Zuma 50FX. Zuma 50FX's stepped seat provides an open and roomy ride, plus lots of locking storage underneath and added convenience touches like an inner pocket and fold-out hook. The Zuma 50FX achieves fuel economy up to an estimated 132 mpg* with a fuel tank that holds 1.2 gallons of gas. Engine Liquid-cooled 3-valve, 4-stroke engine is powerful, quiet, and low-maintenance. Electronic fuel injection with 19mm throttle body provides optimal mixture in all conditions as well as easy cold starts. The Zuma 50FX achieves fuel economy up to an estimated 132 mpg* with a fuel tank that holds 1.2 gallons of gas. Fully automatic V-belt transmission provides easy, twist-the-throttle-and-go operation. Push button electric starting gives ultimate ease of operation. The air-induction system and exhaust catalyst technology reduce air pollution. Chassis / Suspension Large-gauge steel pipe frame offers strength and rigidity. Fuel tank, positioned low in the center tunnel, provides centralized mass and extra convenience the tank can be refueled without opening the seat, unlike many scooters. Wave-shaped 180mm front disc brake and rear drum brakes combine for serious stopping power. Large-diameter, 42mm outer tubes on the front forks enhance the beefy image. 120/90-10-inch fat tires front and rear are designed for impressive look with strong-grip pattern. Wide handlebars with motorcycle-type bar clamps emphasize the sporty motorcycle styling and also make it possible to use accessory bars for a custom look. The sturdy rear cargo rack includes an integrated grab bar. Additional Features The under-seat trunk is large enough to hold an XL full-face helmet, etc. (23-liter capacity). A fuel gauge adds to rider convenience. Seat provides a relaxed sitting position. Single headlight design and clear turn signals accents the Zuma 50FX's sporty visual identity.

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