With a 300cc engine, This Maxi-Scooter Promises to be Fast and Ferocious.

SYM Motors, a Taiwanese motorcycle and scooter manufacturer, has expanded its product selection with the introduction of six new models at EICMA 2021, three of which are completely new models. With the release of the Joyride 300 maxi-scooter, it has updated its 300cc sector.

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The Joyride EVO 200 will be replaced by the new model, which will use a traditional maxi-scooter flat base to provide additional comfort and legroom, as well as practicality for long-distance touring.

The scooter’s modest weight contributes to its manoeuvrability.

The 2022 SYM Joyride 300 is powered by a single-cylinder 280cc liquid-cooled, fuel-injected engine that produces 26 horsepower at 8,000 RPM and 26 Nm of peak torque at 6,000 RPM. The scooter has a 15-inch front wheel and a 14-inch back wheel. It also has the option of 16-inch front and rear wheels. It features a full-LED lighting system in the front, back, and turn indicators.

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The Joyride 300 is equipped with a monochrome LCD monitor and keyless ignition. Other features include a spacious front storage compartment, a USB 2.0 outlet for rapid charging, and ample under-seat storage for up to two helmets. A two-position adjustable windscreen is included on the scooter, which may be adjusted manually using a quick-release lever. The windscreen is large enough to keep the riders safe from the elements.


By early next year, the SYM Joyride 300 will most certainly be available in Europe and several Asian regions. It will compete with the Yamaha XMax and the BMW C 400 GT. Though it’s unlikely that the maxi-scooter would make its way to Indian streets very soon, it can’t be ruled out completely.

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HuskyADV, 4Mica, KRNBT, e-Mio, and e-Fiddl are among SYM’s other two-wheelers unveiled at EICMA 2021, with the last two belonging to the electric mobility category.

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