After a couple of years in the market, the 2020 Yamaha NMax scooter has been given a fairly extensive makeover and is now in Indonesia. At a glance the 2020 NMax might look unchanged but on closer inspection, all the body panels are new.

This includes the headlights which now come with LED DRLs and a windshield that is slightly curvier than before. Turn signals are now a little smaller and located lower down with swoopy side panels and new split rear lights that are similar to the unit used on the Yamaha XMax 250.

Rider conveniences have been given a similar upgrade and the NMax now comes with Start-Stop, Smart Motor Generator and traction control. Also included is Keyless Start, USB charger and an all-new digital LCD instrument panel.

For the panel, there is the option for the rider to connect to the Y-Connect app from Yamaha using a smartphone. Aside from displaying messages, calls and navigation, the app also allows the user to read information about the NMax and know its location.

As for the engine, no changes have been made to the single-cylinder SOHC VVA unit that produces 14.9 hp at 8,000 rpm and 14.4Nm of torque at 6,000 rpm. Fuel is carried in a 6.6-litre tank and no pricing is available till the official Indonesia launch in 2020.