The Joymax Z+ comes in both 125 and 300cc both of which use liquid-cooled engines, which both give excellent performance and place the new 2021 Joymax as a firm competitor for other large frame maxi scooters.
SYM has given a nice spec on the Joymax with both the 125 and 300 having hydraulic disc brakes and twin adjustable rear shocks. An ample under-seat compartment can accommodate two large helmets with room left to spare, which also features a hydraulic seat lifter and interior light. The 300cc version also comes with traction control.
The Joymax is practical but incredibly stylish with a clean, aggressive look, LED DRL's and headlight, a sculptured ergonomic seat that can accommodate two people easily, and a combined digital and analogue instrument cluster that lights up a cool shade of blue.
Other features which you would expect are also present, such as USB 3 fast-charging socket, Hazard warning lights and a very functional adjustable front screen.
The Joymax does not disappoint in the performance department either, with the 125cc version coming with 14.8 BHP and a top speed of 65mph and the 300 having 26.2 BHP and a top speed of 85mph.
The Joymax is sure to be a firm favourite with those who want to commute by scooter and, thanks to the liquid-cooled engines, is also suitable for those who have to travel longer distances. I can also see this being popular with delivery riders due to the incredible amount of storage. Add a top box and the load-carrying capability of the Joymax are akin to some small cars. Not to mention if you spend a lot of time riding for a living, then it's nice to have the added comfort, space, and creature comforts a maxi-scooter has to offer.
I can also see the 125cc version being popular with the younger riders, who are often put off by the small size and lack of cool factor with more traditional scooters.
At the time of writing this article, prices are as follows....
Joymax Z+ 125cc £4499 +OTR
Joymax Z+ 300cc £4999 +OTR