I'd like to point out that the reason why people buy scooter is the same as why people drive auto-gear cars VS manual. Scooters with their twist-and-go ease, and additional underseat storage space (though most will still add a top box) is really an asset for city riding. I personally ride a Yamaha Majesty 400 and am loving the ride everyday. The T-Max goes a step further in not only providing the convenience, but also the performance to make it a thrilling ride with its useable power of 49bhp on a daily basis. I mean with stop-start traffic, how much power can you put on the road?
X-Max 400 for Class 2A market. T-Max for Class 2 market. Can't really compare.