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Pictured here is the first unit spotted at Yamaha RevZone in Quezon City
Two variants are available
Yamaha Motor Philippines has unveiled the 2021 Mio Aerox, which is now compatible with the Y-Connect app. This feature not only notifies riders of incoming calls and texts, but also updates them with the scooter's performance stats through what's
Proudly Philippine-made at Yamaha’s new Batangas facility
A few days after it formally opened a new assembly line in Batangas, Yamaha Motor Philippines unveils the locally made 2021 NMax 155 that boasts electronics once exclusive to maxi-scooters.The latest iteration of this 155cc scooter is now fitted with
This site will produce 155cc models like the NMax
Yamaha Motor Philippines (YMPH) has formally opened its second assembly plant at the Lima Technology Center (LTC) in Malvar, Batangas. This milestone signals the start of local manufacturing of the best-selling NMax 155.Former congresswoman Charito Plaza, now director-general of
Just over 4,200 big bikes from Japan’s ‘Big Four’ were sold locally last year
The Motorcycle Development Participants Program Association (MDPPA) recently released its sales report for 2020. The figures showed a steep 29.4% decline in sales for 'The Big Four' Japanese motorcycle companies: Honda Philippines, Yamaha Motor Philippines, Kawasaki Philippines, and Suzuki PhilippinesOf the
Lower seats are also an available option
Good news for Pinoy riders who love to go off-roading: The much-awaited 2021 Yamaha Tenere 700 has finally found its way to local dealerships. This comes more than a month after Yamaha Motor Philippines (YMPH) started accepting reservations.This midsize
With around 1.2 million units sold versus 2019’s 1.7 million
For the first time in seven years, the Motorcycle Development Program Participants Association (MDPPA) reported negative sales growth in 2020, primarily due to the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The MDPPA is made up of the 'The Big Four&#
Less is more
It's been a tough year for everyone. Not only are we facing a pandemic, the subsequent quarantine restrictions have caused widespread financial concerns as well. As a result, many have been forced to find ways to simplify their lives. Take transport,
It inherits this styling from its bigger MT siblings
Inspired by the phenomenal success of the Master of Torque series, Yamaha has unveiled the new Aerox in stealthy paintwork that was once exclusive to the company's hyper naked bikes.Now featuring 'The Dark Side of Japan' design scheme that became
Industry leaders remain optimistic
Nothing escapes the wrath of the COVID-19 pandemic. Not even the local motorcycle industry, which had been enjoying phenomenal growth before the crisis struck.Top Bikes Philippines was able to obtain a copy of the industry report for the first half
A heartwarming story
If you started riding motorbikes in the '60s, the name Rosauro 'Lory' Duran probably rings a bell. Now 80, Duran was one of the hard-core big bikers who belonged to an elite riders' group during his time. This member of Sagitsit
Waiting for this sport bike?
Yamaha has launched the 2021 YZF-R3 with some equipment upgrades and new color schemes: Electric Teal, and a special MotoGP edition. The latter comes with YZR-M1-inspired livery along featuring Monster Energy and Eneos decals. The Electric Teal variant, meanwhile,
The higher-spec variant, meanwhile, costs P134,500
The much-anticipated 2020 Yamaha NMax has finally found its way into Yamaha local showrooms following its official online launch. This new model is the first product to be unveiled at the 'Yamaha Rev Stadium' using digital platforms.There are currently two
We try out the baby of the XSR range
Form should always go hand in hand with function. So, when Yamaha first teased the XSR155 and the bike got praised for its handsome looks, I wondered whether the littlest XSR could fill the shoes of its athletic, sharply dressed 700cc and
Getting one soon?
While throngs of scooter lovers eagerly await the arrival of the 2020 Yamaha NMax 155 at showrooms across the country, some dealerships have started jacking up the prices of the current NMax-meaning to say the outgoing model-that they still have
Price starts at P119,900
Yamaha Motor Philippines (YMPH) has officially set the standard retail price of the 2020 NMax. Photos of the updated bike have been circulating in the Viber groups of various motorcycle clubs after the images were officially released to Yamaha dealers nationwide."Effective
Offered only until supplies last
Is a motorcycle buying spree about to happen in our country soon?On the first day of work under the modified enhanced community quarantine, we paid a surprise visit to Yamaha's YZone dealership in Greenfield District, and we saw a throng
Thank goodness we can get it at a better price
The Yamaha NMax is arguably one of the most popular bikes here in the Philippines. It just ticks all the right boxes that make for a suitable bike in the metro-it has decent ride height and ground clearance, a capable 155cc
Will we ever get this in PH?
Life can sometimes be really unfair. Some Japanese motorcycle companies come up with awesome two-wheelers, but they limit the allocation of these bikes to select countries. And more often than not, these models end up exclusively for the Japanese market despite
There’s no room for breakdowns and delays
While the COVID-19 pandemic has prompted people to stay home, there is one sector that is flourishing in these trying times: delivery services.Motorbikes with top boxes and side panniers are busy delivering meals to households now that restaurants are prohibited
The Bolt Standard variant now comes with spoked wheels
It looks like we have something to look forward to. Yamaha is set to launch the new Bolt cruiser with a few yet exciting upgrades on June 18, 2020.First introduced in the Philippines in 2016, the Yamaha Bolt instantly won the
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