Price From R121,995.00 (RRP)

Brand: SYM
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✕ Performance Exhaust
✕ Quickshifter
✕ TFT Display
✕ Audio System
✕ Heated Grips
✕ Heated Seat
✕ Cruise Control
✕ Radar System
✕ Adjustable Screen
✕ Crash Protection
✕ Luggage
✓ Tubeless Wheels
✓ Center Stand


Inner City or inter-city; the urban grind or the open road; the MAXSYM 600i ABS has it all covered. With all the convenience of a twist-and-go maxi-scooter plus the performance to keep up with modern traffic and shrink distances; it’s your ideal partner on any road.

Powered by a fantastically smooth 565cc engine producing 45bhp and 47Nm of torque, the Maxsym 600i ABS has that perfect balance of performance and economy that makes it so easy to handle around town but provides an exhilarating ride when the open road beckons.

Keeping the performance in check is a powerful twin-disc brake set up on the front wheel which, combined with the latest Bosch 9 ABS system, provides smooth, progressive and safe braking.

Comfort for rider and pillion is second-to-none, with a large stepped seat, passenger backrest and adjustable windshield to accommodate any rider. Comprehensive instrumentation keeps the rider informed while LED lighting front and rear makes you supremely visible in any conditions.

Practicality hasn’t been forgotten, either. There’s a large under-seat storage space that can hold enough luggage for a weekend away or a full-face helmet, as well as a cubby hole in front of the rider’s knees, containing two power outlets for charging phones or satnav units.

The MAXSYM 600i ABS is that rarity among motorcycles; a thoroughly practical machine with a healthy dose of excitement, safety, style and practicality.

Disclaimer: Price subject to change without notice.
Engine Capacity: 565cc
Engine Type: 1-cylinder
Power: 31Kw
Torque: 43Nm
Drive: Belt
Gearbox: Auto
Weight: 234kg
Tank Capacity: 23L
Fuel Consumption: 4.8L/100km
Ground Clearance: 132mm
Seat Height: 755mm
Front Brakes: OEM
Rear Brakes: OEM
Front Suspension: OEM - Non-adjustable
Rear Suspension: OEM - Adjustable (pre-load only)

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