SYM Recently introduced the Jet X 125 which the company claims are coming from the same cloth as the superior Jet 14.
It is worth remembering that Taiwanese SYM is one of the largest low-displacement motorcycle manufacturers in the world, present in several markets and continents.
The model is powered by a single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, four-valve, current engine, already meeting Euro5 requirements. With a 124.6 cm³ engine, the powertrain inside SYM Jet X 125 can deliver 12.5 hp at 6,000 rpm and 1.12 kg.m of torque at 6,000 rpm.
The exchange is automatic or CVT. These numbers are close to 13.2 hp and 1.38 kg.m for PCX and 15.4 hp and 1.4 kg.m for NMax. But, even though it is a little less powerful, the SYM makes up for it in a lighter weight. The Jet X 124 is 111 kg dry, compared to 126 kg for the Honda and 125 kg for the Yamaha.
The design language for the SYM Jet X 125 is modern and refers to sportsmanship, without sparing creases and even false air inlets or outlets.
The technology, on the other hand, is present in the two-channel ABS, full LED lighting, daytime position light, digital panel with automatic brightness adjustment, smart key, USB 2.0 socket, and adjustable rear suspension.
To complete the set, there is an emergency light and compartment for small objects under the front fairing.
Price and Availability
The Jet X 125 is among SYM’s global models, developed as a variation on the Jet 14, one of the brand’s biggest hits in Europe. Thus, it is available in several countries, with a suggested price of close to € 2,700. SYM Jet X 125 is available in four color choices, namely Imola Rede, Black Mat, Vintage Grey, Brown.
The company also offers a 5 year or 100,000 km warranty, which makes this new Jet X 125 an option to consider.