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2010 Yamaha XF50 C-Cubed C3


A cool-looking, functional transport tool with nine gallons of storage and fuel injection.
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Looking for the fun way to zip around town? Looking for a scooter with lots of storage space? Looking for an affordable yet environmentally responsible form of transportation? Look no further…, Your search is over. Check out the 2010 Yamaha “C Cubed” 50cc, 4-stroke scooter that is easy on the wallet, laughs as it passes gas stations and is a blast to ride.

Good things come in small packages.

The 2010 C3's trendy box design highlights the 9 gallons of cubic storage space.10MS_C3_blk_2_19509fdd You also get a fuel injected engine, big tires on cast aluminum wheels, and motorcycle type fork and handlebar.

Convenient, fun, affordable, and funky … the “C Cubed ” scooter from Yamaha.

Scooters make sense. In today's busy world of spiraling fuel prices, limited parking spots and frustrating traffic jams, scooters simply make more sense than ever before. Discover what the Europeans have known for years. Scooters are a fun affordable way to travel around town. There's even room under the seat for a laptop computer. Bet you will have trouble wiping the smile from your face.

Key Features
•  Trendy “box” design scooter accentuates cubic space—hence the name 10MS_C3_blk_4_ceab91d1C3—while it stresses function and simplicity.

•  Completely modern running gear, including a fuel-injected engine, makes this one super-economical to operate. The C3 will take you a long, long way on a single 1.2-gallon tank of gas.

•  High-function features include big tires on cast aluminum wheels, a motorcycle-type fork and handlebar.

•  Side-hinged, locking storage compartment swallows up to 9 gallons of gear.

•  The C3 achieves fuel economy up to an estimated 115mpg* with a fuel tank that holds 1.2 gallons of gas.

Engine
•  Liquid-cooled three-valve, four-stroke engine is powerful, quiet and 10MS_C3_blk_3_0c540f28low-maintenance.

•  Electronic fuel injection: a 19mm Mikuni® throttle body provides optimal mixture in all conditions and easy cold starts.

•  The C3 will take you a long, long way on a single 1.2-gallon tank of gas.

•  Fully automatic V-belt transmission provides easy, twist-the-throttle-and-go operation.

•  Pushbutton electric starting (with backup kickstarter) gives ultimate ease of operation.

•  The air-induction system and exhaust catalyst technology reduce air pollution.

Chassis/Suspension

•  Fat, 120/90-10 front and rear tires offer excellent traction and rugged looks.10SCTR_C3_D1_6352d39b
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•  Large-diameter steel-tube frame provides strength, long life and great handling.

•  Hydraulic motorcycle-type front fork with 2.3 inches of travel delivers a smooth ride.

•  Motorcycle-type handlebar can be swapped out easily for a different bend or style.

•  Unlike most scooters, the front apron turns along with the fork for style and function.

Additional Features
•  Wide, comfortable seat is only 28.9 inches from the pavement.10SCTR_C3_D2_f1d442bf

•  The 9-gallon locking underseat storage is perfect for hauling backpacks, groceries, or whatever.

•  Retro/functional style is designed for individual customization.

•  Cool instrument display provides a speedometer, odometer, fuel gauge, high-beam indicator light and engine management indicator lights.

USA Specifications

2010 Yamaha XF50 C-Cubed C3
MSRP* $2,190 (Raven/Red) Available from March 2010

Engine
Type: 49cc liquid-cooled, SOHC 4-stroke single; 3-valves 10MS_C3_blk_1_db1942a3

Bore x Stroke: 38.0mm x 43.5mm

Compression Ratio: 12.0:1

Fuel Delivery: Electronic fuel injection

Ignition TCI: Transistor Controlled Ignition

Transmission: Constantly variable automatic

Final Drive: V-belt

Chassis
Suspension/Front: Telescopic fork, 2.3-in travel

Suspension/Rear: Unit swing, 2.2-in travel

Brakes/Front: 110mm drum

Brakes/Rear: 110mm drum

Tires/Front: 120/90-10

Tires/Rear: 120/90-10

Dimensions
Length: 73.0 in

Width: 27.0 in

Height: 41.1 in

Seat Height: 28.9 in

Wheelbase: 50.4 in

Ground Clearance: 4.5 in

Fuel Capacity: 1.2 gal

Fuel Economy** 115 mpg

Dry Weight: 198 lb

Warranty: 1 Year (Limited Factory Warranty)

For more discussion on the Cubed C3 go to link

Source: Yamaha

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1 Comment
  • farhan
    August 11, 2010
    #1

    hye im from malaysia. is there any possible way that i can buy the engine of XF50 in my country??

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