Yamaha has announced the release of the new Force 2.0 scooter, which is based on the Aerox 155. The scooter is now available on the Taiwan market. It is based on the same platform as the Yamaha Aerox 155 maxi-scooter, which was also recently released in the Indian market.
The new Yamaha Force 2.0 features a fresh design and style on the exterior. In a dual colour shade, there is a considerably sharper-looking dual headlight design. The turn indicators are LEDs that are placed on the front fairing's extreme ends. The front suspension consists of telescopic forks, while the rear suspension consists of dual shocks with preload adjustment.
The scooter's engine is a new 155cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine based on the Aerox 155, which features Yamaha's proprietary Variable Valve Actuation (VVA) technology. While the business hasn't made any formal promises about the engine's output, anticipate the power and torque to remain at 15PS and 13.9Nm, respectively. The manufacturer says, however, that fuel economy has been improved to 44.9kmpl, up from 36.8kmpl in the previous model.
The scooter is built on a revolutionary chassis that allows the two-wheeler manufacturer to adjust the total size to meet the needs. The new scooter's seat is flatter than the Aerox's, and the Force 2.0's seat height has increased from 805mm to 815mm. The scooter's 5.1-inch LCD cluster is one of its standout features, albeit it lacks connection. It also has dual-channel ABS, which is a plus.