Yamaha Mio motorcycle Price List in the Philippines August 2017
Latest Reviews for Yamaha Mio
Hi po sa lahat gusto ko lang po share sa inyu ang aking experience sa motor na ito kasi naman kasama ng aking mga kaibigan dalawang taon na rin itong gamit kaya subrang saya ko lang naman palagi kasi ...Read more
- Rating : 4.0
- Review by Ayen
- Date : Jun 24, 2017
my cute motorbike i like the design very easy to drive i also choose this one because of my sister i want her to drive by her own so this motorbike is good for her cause its so easy to drive its not ...Read more
- Rating : 4.0
- Review by castro May
- Date : Jun 24, 2017
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About Yamaha Mio
Yamaha Mio offers up to five different types of rides
As a follow up to the popular Nouvo, Yamaha brought another scooter in the market back in 2003 going by the name of Yamaha Mio. In Southeast Asia, this scooter was released with much expectation to live up to. It is based on CVT transmission unit, and popularly known as Yamaha Ego in Malaysia. In Philippines, the Mio came in 5 different variants, each offering various upgrades over the other. The names of these models are Mio Soul MX, Mio Automatic, Mio 125 MX and MXi, Mio Fino (Classic edition), Mio Amore (Sporty). To sum up things, you would be spoiled for choice when it comes to choosing a version of this spectacular model.
Features of Yamaha Mio
The Yamaha Mio is a scooter that has 113.7 CC, 4-stroke engine with Air cooled 2 Valve. Its power rating is 5.98 KW @8000 rpm and torque rating is 7.53 Nm @6500 rpm. It features CVT transmission with Front Telescopic Fork and Rear Swingarm. There are both front and rear drum brakes. The vehicle weighs 87 Kg when dry and 90 Kg when wet.
- Dimensions: 1820 x 675 x 1050 mm
- Wheelbase: 1240 mm
- Minimum ground clearance: 125 mm
- Seat height: 745 mm
- Displacement: 113 cm
- Bore & stroke: 50.0 mm x 57.9 mm
- Compression: 8.8:1
- Engine oil capacity: 0.9 litres
- Ignition system type: DC-C.D.I
- Primary/ secondary reduction ratio: 3.133/ 3.231
- Clutch type: Coil spring, automatic, centrifugal
- Chassis: Steel tube underbone Frame type
- Transmission type: v-belt automatic
- Starting system type: Electric starter and kickstarter
Changes to Yamaha Mio
In 2006, Yamaha facelifted in classic vehicle and renamed it to ‘Yamaha Mio Soul’, with the exception for Malaysian market. Among the various changes, the ones that are more prominent are new body stripes, V-shaped headlights that are newly designed and modified tail-light fitted with retro-reflector device.
Why Yamaha Mio is different from others
Yamaha Mio is a scooter that has received mostly positive reviews in the Philippines. If you are in need of a low-cost yet permanent mode of transportation then this vehicle is ideal for you. It was low fuel consumption making it fit for long distance travels as well as safe levels of CO2 emission. So, you don’t have to worry about polluting the environment any further. Boasting of state of the art technology, this two-wheeler promises road-safety like no other. Yamaha as a brand has always been a promoter of safe driving. They made world famous celebrities their brand ambassadors to preach the message how important safe driving is. Based on Yamaha’s marketing and advertising records, their vehicles should offer nothing but the best when it comes to reliability.
Latest news in the Philippines
Yamaha Motor Philippines recently introduced their new Yamaha Tricity Scooty in a convention held at SM City Cebu Open Parking. This vehicle aims to bring the fun factor to daily commuting by providing exciting features and superb sense of styling. The event, which was hosted by Paulo Varela and Phoebe Fernandez, saw hundreds of attendees who were in anticipation to the much exciting launch day. Needless to mention, they even gained a closure after a busy and fulfilling day where many prospective buyers found their new found love.
Upcoming vehicles and marketing strategies
Yamaha has always been the innovators of technology that changed the way people experience motoring technology. They have always been a step ahead of many other brands in bringing technological advancements to the forefront that minimize fuel emission and increase fuel economy. Keeping the spirit in mind, the company has now made a breakthrough in engine and has named it "Blue Core". Among other improvements, this technology will provide the riders of Philippines better cooling efficiency, lesser power cut and optimum combustion value. As the company stated, this is not only about increasing performance but also find an optimum level of empowerment for both the rider and this ride. Blue Core will improve combustion efficiency by optimizing valve timing, optimizing Tuble flow effect and providing high compression ratio combustion chamber.