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Yamaha Tricity Scooter: To launch in 2 variants with 125 and 155cc, all you need to know

Yamaha Tricity Scooter: The renowned Yamaha Tricity range of three-wheel scooters has been updated and released by the Japanese two-wheeler manufacturer Yamaha. This range includes Tricity 125 and Tricity 155. There aren’t many differences between the two scooters besides engine size. This three-wheeled scooter, which is adorned with attractive looks and a powerful engine, was first introduced in 2014 and has been on the market ever since. It has one wheel at the back and two wheels up front. So let’s find out what makes it unique.


With the center-set LED headlight, LED daytime running lights, and LCD centre console, both scooters have a largely similar design. It has a single seat with an integrated grab rail, which is very useful for the person in the back. After the new update, an effort was made to give the scooter’s design a sporty feel.

Yamaha Tricity Scooter: Specifications

Vehicle TypeThree Wheel Scooter
Engine Displacement124.80 cc
Engine DetailsLiquid-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC, 2-valve
Engine StartingElectric
Bore x Stroke52.4mm x 57.9mm
Compression Ratio10.9: 1
Engine LubricationWet sump
Fuel SystemFuel injection
Cooling SystemLiquid Cool
Maximum Power8.1 kW (11PS) / 9,000rpm
Maximum Torque10.4 N·m (1.1kgf·m) / 5,500r
TransmissionV-belt automatic


The same 125cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine from before, which produces 12.06bhp and 11.2Nm of torque, is used in the Tricity 125. On the other hand, the company has provided a 155cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine in the Tricity 155 that can produce 14.88 bhp of power and 14 Nm of torque. This is the same engine that is included with the R15, but in the R15, it has been tuned to produce 18.1 bhp of power. The fact that both scooters have start/stop technology makes them unique.

Wheels and brakes

The front and rear alloy wheels on Yamaha’s tricity models measure 14 inches and 13 inches, respectively. The scooter can turn in corners thanks to the ease with which its front wheel can be tilted. Both wheels have disc brakes, and the front and rear of the vehicle are suspended by telescoping forks and dual shock observers, respectively. It has features like keyless entry, smartphone connectivity, and other amenities.

Price, launch and availability

Tricity 125 has a starting price of 4,95,000 yen on the Japanese market, which converts to roughly Rs 3.10 lakh in Indian rupees. While Tricity 155’s price has been set at 5,56,500 yen (about Rs 3.54 lakh). These scooters are currently only on display in the Japanese market; however, sales of the Tricity 125 and Tricity 155 will begin on February 28 and April 14, respectively, in 2023. If you’re wondering whether these scooters will be sold in India, the answer is most certainly no. According to the Indian market, there is little demand for these scooters in this country, and the company has not yet provided any indications.

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