Yamaha launches new top cases for 2012

Article by Christian A., on December 13, 2011

Yamaha has launched two new high quality top cases, part of the expansion of its comprehensive range of Genuine Accessories for 2012. These are meant to apply to a wide range of existing scooter and motorcycle models. ELM Design exclusively developed these new top cases, which are available in 39 litre and 50 litre options.

These enable Yamaha owners to increase their bike's secure storage capacity. The 39 litre top case can fit one full-face helmet while the 50 litre version can fit two full-face helmets. These provide a remarkable carrying capacity whether the owner is going for a short trip, commuting, or touring.

These striking and ergonomic new top cases are priced affordably while offering premium quality together with sporty design and first-class durability.

Owners can opt for a standard Matt Black color for these new top cases. The optional colored lid is offered in a broad range of colors to match the Yamaha model. Every top case has a stowable handle, making it a breeze to carry when taken off the bike.

Visibility is enhanced with the use of large built-in reflectors. For more convenience, these two cases could be ordered from any Yamaha dealer. A one-key operation is available for certain models, enabling the rider to activate the lock using the bike's ignition key.

Comfort can be enhanced with an optional top case backrest. Going away on weekends is more convenient with the use of these sturdy top case inner bags. The top cases are priced from £114.99 (including VAT). They could be directly fitted to a number of models or combined with optional model-specific rear carriers and universal mounting plates.

Topics: yamahay, accessories

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