Articles about Yamaha Motor Philippines

A first in the motorcycle industry
It only takes a short trip around the metropolis to see how far the motorcycle industry has gone. And these days, the challenge for manufacturers is to meet sky-high demands from both potential customers and current owners.That high demand also
“Do not follow the path of competitors”
The grand celebration of the entire workforce of Yamaha Motor Philippines (YMPH) for Yamaha's 64th anniversary last week was undoubtedly a spectacular feat. And the euphoria hasn't died down. Not yet.Coming from behind when it was established in 2007,
This gorgeous yet compact naked pleasantly combines rideability and sportiness
A brief look at recent motorcycle launches might have you convinced that the Philippine market is clamoring for cruisers, cafe racers, and premium sports bikes. If those motorcycles are the new trend, is the naked bike out? Hardly.Naked street bikes are
Yamaha’s big-bike lineup just got bigger
The recent resurgence in classic and retro-styled bikes, combined with the rapid growth of the big-bike market, has caused motorcycle manufacturers like Yamaha to up their game. And what better way to meet market demand than to bring in two
This dual sport machine was greatly missed by Pinoy trail riders
About a year ago, word spread that Yamaha had decided to stop the production of its hot-selling Serow 250 (XT250). The rumor was triggered by the long absence of the model from the Philippine market.Off-roading enthusiasts were taken aback
A very practical daily companion and a scarily efficient ride
As the recently concluded Yamaha Sight Safe Run leg in Bicol showed, the Sight 115 is a veritable monster when it comes to fuel efficiency. The current record holder posted a fuel-consumption figure of 147.6km/L on the 114cc moped,
The Japanese manufacturer knows how to earn and reward customer loyalty
There's no better way for a brand to win the loyalty of its customers than by treating them like family members. In recent years, this formula has proven itself to be effective for Yamaha Motor Philippines (YMPH), which continues to earn
Take it from a lady rider's point of view
As a sharp little brother to Yamaha's racing steeds, the Sniper 150 is one of the most popular and coveted underbones in the country. Its popularity owes much to Yamaha's reputation for quality, the underbone racers that ride the bike
The mighty two-wheeler will finally be available in the country
With the Red Brigade (Honda Philippines) and Team Green (Kawasaki Philippines) set to miss the upcoming 13th Inside Racing Bike Festival and Trade Show, Yamaha Motor Philippines (YMPH) is hell-bent on hogging the limelight at this year's staging of the
Unveiled by no less than Yamaha MotoGP rider Maverick Viñales
Yamaha Motor Philippines enjoyed a productive weekend with its 'Start Your Legacy: Rise of the Ultimate Racer' event on February 9 at the Eastwood Open Park in Libis, Quezon City. The gathering started off with the introduction of Yamaha's young riders
The Yamaha MotoGP rider visited the country over the weekend
On Saturday, February 9, Yamaha Motor Philippines featured new bikes, local talent, and a visit from MotoGP contender Maverick Viñales in a special gathering at Eastwood Open Park in Libis, Quezon City. Running under the title 'Start Your Legacy: Rise of
The Spaniard deserves a rousing welcome when he arrives here on February 9
Change is coming-that was the assurance of the Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP Team officials, saying that their YZR-M1 bikes are back in fighting form for 2019 after a disappointing performance last year.No less than Yamaha Motor Company big boss
This hot-selling scooter is a fun daily ride
Yamaha's Mio line of automatic scooters have been taking the country by storm, the sportiest and fanciest of which is the Aerox, which flew off showroom floors faster than Yamaha Motor Philippines could get them in stock when it was first
Using a more realistic testing approach
In March 2018, jaws dropped when organizers of the Petron Safe Run, a fuel-economy run staged in Central and Northern Luzon, announced the results of the event.Riding a Yamaha Sight 115, Robby Malapitan posted an astonishing 129km/L after traveling
Event organizers move to unite motorcycle races in the Asia Pacific region
Do these names ring a bell? Marvin Mangulabnan, Dashi Watanabe, Raniel Resuello, and brothers Troy and TJ Alberto. These are the ace Pinoy riders who are familiar faces in the Philippine Superbike Championship (PSBK).These guys have been raking in championship titles
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