Comparison table of specifications between SYM Fancy and Yamaha Latte.
The SYM Fancy has a compact and simple design from the front to the rear of the bike. The height of the bike is relatively low, suitable for Vietnamese women. The bike’s highlights include a stylish LED taillight cluster, characteristic of SYM’s design and a full LCD instrument cluster displaying all the information of the bike.
SYM Fancy 125 standard version without ABS (left image) and ABS version (right image).
The seat opening button is conveniently located on the right handlebars, so there is no need to remove the key, making it convenient for locking and refueling. The trunk of the bike is relatively large and can hold a full-face helmet and other items.
Inside the trunk, there is an integrated active electric switch to prevent electric leakage and effective anti-theft. In addition, the front storage compartment has an integrated 1A USB charging port, which can charge phones and other electronic devices.
In addition, the floor design of the Fancy is wide and flat, allowing the rider to adjust their sitting position more comfortably. The ground clearance is higher, from the road surface to the bottom of the bike is 160 mm, higher than other bikes of the same type, making the rider more comfortable and safe on rough roads.
The SYM Fancy is equipped with a 260 mm front disc brake and a 240 mm rear disc brake, available in two versions: Standard version and ABS version for both front and rear wheels. The bike uses hydraulic front suspension, twin shock rear suspension, and dual-spoke 16-inch rims. The dimensions of the bike are 1,995 mm x 725 mm x 1,195 mm. The dry weight is 125 kg and the fuel tank capacity is 7.5 liters.
Both versions use the improved high-performance Ecotech engine along with the new generation Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) system and meet Euro 4 standards. The engine has a displacement of 124.6 cc, air-cooled, and produces a maximum power of 9.7 horsepower at 8,500 rpm and a maximum torque of 8.6 Nm at 6,500 rpm.
At the moment, Yamaha Latte only has one version with three color options: Red, White, and Matte Black. The dimensions of the Yamaha Latte are 1,820 x 690 x 1,160 (mm). The bike weighs only 100 kg and has a ground clearance of 125 mm.
The Yamaha Latte inherits and develops based on the European design language, which is a characteristic of Yamaha’s scooters for women. It combines soft curves and elegant design details. The highlights include a front mask and multi-reflector turn signals.
The Yamaha Latte is equipped with a large headlight, similar to the one on the 2019 Grande, but unfortunately, the Latte still uses a halogen bulb. The design highlight of the Yamaha Latte is also reflected in the modern LCD digital meter, which is simple and easy to read, helping the rider have good control over the journey.
The Smart Key system is only activated when the key holder is within the allowed range, with a rotational button that can perform multiple functions such as electric lock on/off, start/stop, opening/locking the bike’s lock, opening the seat, and opening the fuel cap. Similarly to previous showcased models, the fuel cap on the Yamaha Latte is placed symmetrically with the main lock mechanism, making it easy to open with the main key beside it.
The front floor space for the rider is relatively comfortable, and the rear leg rest can be easily extended and retracted, neatly. The Yamaha Latte is equipped with a spacious 37-liter storage compartment with a flat bottom, which can hold two half-face helmets and various personal belongings. The seat of the bike stands out with two-tone colors of black and purple, with the word “Latte” highlighted on a black background, and the seat height is 790 mm.
The rear LED stop lamp and turn signals are halogen with a new design, with the top of the handlebar lower than the rear seat, creating an ideal balance when carrying an additional passenger.
The Yamaha Latte is powered by a 125cc Blue Core engine, a single-cylinder 4-stroke, 2-valve air-cooled engine, generating a power of 8.3 horsepower at 6,500 rpm and a torque of 9.7 Nm at 5,000 rpm, along with an electronic fuel injection system. However, the new Latte still does not have ABS.
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