2022 Yamaha Nouvo Classic Specs

2022 Yamaha Nouvo Classic Specs

Yamaha nouvo was marketed in the Southeast Asian market in 2002 by yamaha, the name yamaha nouvo comes from a French word which means fashionable because of its unique and timeless design.

If you look back, the early generation Nouvo was present where at that time the automatic segment was still small and dominated by Taiwanese or other manufacturers and was still 2-stroke like Sanex Husar to Hyosung Bosowa. The motorbike Matic in 2002 was very little stretched. At that time Vespa also had a Corsa, only he entered first gear and then walked. So Yamaha at that time was like trial and error, Nouvo was also older than Mio, the first automatic Yamaha.

Although then history noted that Nouvo’s sales lost to his younger brother, Mio, the Nouvo design was claimed to be more acceptable by the changing times. Its classic design, especially the early generations, made it loved. Read More !

2022 Yamaha Nouvo Classic Specs
2022 Yamaha Nouvo Classic Specs

For those of you who are curious about the specifications of this motorbike, let’s see below:

  • engine: 4 stroke, SOHC 2-valve
  • Bore x Stroke: 50.0 x 57.9 mm
  • Volume of cylinder: 113.7 CC
  • Compression ratio: 8.8: 1
  • Starter system: Kick and electric
  • Maximum power: 6.54 HP (8.77 HP) /8,000 rpm
  • Maximum torque: 7.84 N.M (0.88 kgf.m) /7,000 rpm
  • Clutch: Dry, centrifugal automatic
  • Arrangement of cylinders: Single forward tilt
  • Carburetor: BS 25 x 1 MIKUNI
  • Ignition system: DC-CDI
  • Lubricant: Wet sump
  • Engine oil capacity: 0.8 Liter
  • Transmission: Automatic V-belt

Yamaha Nouvo frame

  • Dimensions (W x W x H): 1,935 x 675 x 1,070 mm
  • Empty weight: 96 kg
  • Frame Type: Steel pipe
  • Tank capacity: 4.9 Liter
  • Wheelbase: 1,280 mm
  • Distance to ground: 135 mm
  • Seat height: 755 mm
  • Yamaha Nouvo suspension / tires
  • Front suspension: Telescopic
  • Rear suspension: Unit Swing
  • Front tire size: 70 / 90-16 36P
  • Rear tire size: 80 / 90-16 43


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