Taiwanese manufacturer Sym presented its range of products for the year 2012 at the 2011 EICMA, featuring two new motorcycles: Maxsym 600i and the renewed Joymax 300i.
Beside that, the whole range has been upgraded: for instance, the Maxsym 400i is now equipped with ABS-STCS.
Sym Maxsym 600i is basically a bigger version of the 400i, with bigger engine and standard ABS.
Aesthetically it is just like the its little sister, and maintains all of the key features of the model: comfortable riding position (thanks to the huge saddle), huge loading capacity, sharp dual projection headlights, telescopic fork, great aerodynamic protection (thanks to the big windscreen) and 15″ front 14″ rear wheels fitted with 120/70 and 160/60 tyres respectively.
Sym Joymax 300i uses a new styling that provides the model with a more modern look, but it retains those features that made it a perfect vehicle for in-town traffic.
Also at the EICMA there were the small electric scooters called ‘e-Virid’ and ‘Symmetry’, that got introduced in Milan last year and will enter into production, in 2012.
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