2013 Yamaha Zuma 50F

2013 Yamaha Zuma 50F pictures, prices, information, and specifications.
MSRP
$2,590
Type
Scooter
Insurance
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Model Type
Scooter
MSRP
$2,590
Dealers
Warranty
12
Insurance
Finance
Generic Type (Primary)
Scooter
Manufacturer Country
Japan
Introduction Year
2012
Manufacturer Recommend Minimum Age
16
Parent Company
Yamaha
Display Name
Zuma 50F
Year
2013
Make
Yamaha
Engine Type
Single-Cylinder
Cylinders
1
Engine Stroke
4-Stroke
Cooling
Liquid
Valves
3
Valves Per Cylinder
3
Valve Configuration
SOHC
Bore (mm/in)
38 / 1.5
Stroke (mm/in)
43.6 / 1.72
Displacement (cc/ci)
49 / 3
Compression Ratio
12.0:1
Starter
Electric
Fuel Requirements
Regular
US Miles Per Gallon (Combined)
132
Fuel Type
Gas
Fuel Injector
Yes
Fuel Injector Size (mm)
19
Carburetor
No
Carburetion Type
Fuel Injected
Transmission Type
Continuously Variable (CVT)
Primary Drive (Rear Wheel)
Belt
Primary Drive (Engine / Transmission)
Belt
Reverse
No
Wheels Composition
Aluminum
Tube / Tubeless
Tubeless
Front Tire Width
120
Front Tire Aspect Ratio
90
Front Wheel Diameter
10
Rear Tire Width
120
Rear Tire Aspect Ratio
90
Rear Wheel Diameter
10
Front Tire (Full Spec)
120/90 R10
Rear Tire (Full Spec)
120/90 R10
Front Brake Type
Hydraulic Disc
Front Brake Diameter (in/mm)
7.1 / 180
Rear Brake Type
Drum
Front Suspension Type
Telescopic Fork
Front Adjustable Fork Pre-Load
No
Front Adjustable Rebound Damping
No
Front Central Suspension Strut
No
Steering Damper
No
Rear Suspension Type
Twin Sided Swing Arm
Rear Adjustable Shock / Spring Pre-Load
No
Rear Adjustable Rebound Damping
No
Number Rear Shock Absorbers
1
Air Adjustable
No
Steering Control
Handlebar
Length (ft)
6.08
Width (in/mm)
28.8 / 731.5
Height (in/mm)
43.1 / 1094.7
Wheelbase (in/mm)
50.3 / 1277.6
Ground Clearance (in/mm)
4.4 / 111.8
Length (ft/ft)
6
Length (ft/in)
1
Wet Weight (lbs/kg)
205 / 93
Fuel Capacity (gal/l)
1.2 / 4.5
Engine Displacement to Weight (cc)
0.24
Seat Type
One-Piece
Adjustable
No
Seat Material
Vinyl
Seat Location
Driver and Passenger
Seat Height (in/mm)
30.7 / 779.8
Number Of Seats
2
Grab Rail or Strap
Standard
Frame
Steel
Body Material
Plastic
Floor Board Location
Driver and Passenger
Hand Grips
Standard
Chain Guard
No
Chassis Protectors
No
Drive Shaft Guard
No
Fork Guards
Yes
Saddle Bag Guard
No
Tank Guard
No
Belt Guard
Yes
Hand Guards
No
Brush Guard
No
Heel Guards
No
Exhaust Guard
Yes
Light Guard
No
Radiator Cover
No
Fuel Tank Cover
No
Front Fender
Standard
Rear Fender
Standard
Stand Type
Center
Handlebars
Standard
Upper Fairing
Standard
License Plate
Standard
Trip Odometer
Standard
Speedometer
Standard
Fuel Level Warning Type
Gauge
Warranty (Months/Condition)
12 / Limited
Battery Warranty (Months)
0
Metallic
No
Handlebar Lock
Standard
Rearview Mirrors
Standard
Underseat Storage
Standard
Lockable Storage
Standard
Rear Rack
Standard
Helmet Locks
Standard
Helmet Storage
Standard
Headlight Mounts
Standard
Halogen Headlight (s)
Standard
Headlight (s)
Standard
Light Type
Halogen
User Reviews
2 reviews
  • 2013 Yamaha Zuma 50F
    By  (I am an Owner) on May 02, 2013

    I was a little worried that a 50cc would carry my 210 weight and maybe a second person at speed which is tops at about 40mph but it does. We mostly will use the scooter for a drag racing pit bike but I'm not afraid to get it on the back roads around my home. One thing that did bug me was that only ...

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  • Tons of fun so far, easy to use
    By  (I am an Owner) on Apr 10, 2013

    I was a little bit worried, having never rode scooters too much, that the small wheel size would make potholes a dangerous obstacle. On the Zuma 50f, the tires are a bit larger than on many cheaper scooters. It handles bumps quite well.

    As they say, it is definitely quite peppy. I ...

    The controls are intuitive and simple. It is pretty amazing technology to me, the fact you can release the gas, and bam, the bike is in neutral, and you can roll yourself backwards if you want to.

    The brakes are quite nice and responsive. The rear brakes will slow you down slowly, and the front brakes will stop you quickly. Together, they bring you to a halt quite nicely.

    I've started mine up 15-20 times, and only once I had to press the button twice.

    The scooter accelerates very quickly up to 35mph. After that, it will creep towards 40, and if there's not much resistance from wind, you might hit 45. I'm a small guy, and the fastest I've gone so far is around 42. However, I am new at this and so am being pretty careful out there on the road. I live in a crowded area.

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