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Does the popular scooter live up to all the hype?
An ideal urban commuter
On Yamaha Motor Philippines' (YMPH) wide-ranging lineup of personal commuters, the Mio Gear S sits on the middle tier of the Mio series scooters. It offers a few useful options not found at the bottom of the category. It has electronic
Yamaha, Suzuki, and Kawasaki will also axe several models by the end of 2022
Japan continues to heighten its emission standards as the automotive and motorcycle industries start to go electric. The transition, however, will inevitably come at a cost.Motorcycle manufacturers will have to give up on some of their gas-powered models. According to
We know a lot of you are curious about this new scoot
The scooter segment has always been one of Yamaha Motor Philippines' strengths, and the sales figures year in and year out reflect this. But despite having a variety of models on offer, the discontinuation of the Fino has left some customers longing
It comes with Yamaha’s new Blue Core Hybrid engine with a power-assist function
Yamaha Motor Philippines (YMPH) has just unveiled its newest addition to the lineup: the Mio Fazzio. This new scoot boasts stylish looks, an affordable price tag, and new engine tech. Let's take a look.What's most striking about the Yamaha
Perfect for those eyeing a motorcycle but are on a tight budget
Let's face it: Entry-level scooters are still pricey, at least when you compare them with other budget-friendly underbones and backbones.While there are a lot of affordable scooters out there, the pickings get slimmer when you limit the budget
These will be available for about P4,000 monthly with a 10% DP through financing
Fuel prices continue to shoot up. And if recently proposed tax reforms will push through, the prices of pickups-vehicles that were left unaffected by the TRAIN Law-might also see significant increases. This is why motorcycles are becoming a very practical
This is the TY-E 2.0, Yamaha’s new electric trials bike
Yamaha continues to ramp up its electrification game. After showing us a few scooter concepts over the past few months-the EMF, the Neo, and the E01-the Japanese marque is now giving us a glimpse of its new electric dirt bike.
That’s less than half of what the ‘full power’ version can produce
How much power does one motorcycle really need? If a bike isn't really one built for the track, chances are, the person getting it isn't looking to do eye-watering 0-100kph runs or hit speed gun-breaking top speeds.
We want one
It's hard not to like Yamaha's XSR lineup. From the smaller 155 to the bigger 700 and 900 models, you've got a full range of two-wheelers sporting that classic look and boasting some nifty modern tech.There's
The two riders will compete in the UB150 category this season
After two years, the Asia Road Racing Championship (ARRC) is finally back in action. Yamaha Motor Philippines (YMPH) will once again be competing in the UB150 (underbones) category, this time with two new racers carrying its flag.Racing under 'UMA Racing MMR
All figures are based on manufacturer data
Fuel prices just keep going up, and at this point, we're sure a lot of you are starting to look at alternatives that can help you ditch your cars entirely.Of course, the first transport alternative that comes to mind would
The new Yamaha E01 is seriously giving us strong NMax vibes
As the motorcycle industry starts to go electric, we can't help but wonder what bikes of the future will look like, especially the most popular models.Yamaha is one brand that's already given us a glimpse of what its electrified
We’d love to see this around here
Opting for two wheels instead of four is one way to offset the rising cost of fuel. But to be honest, with the way prices at the pump are rising, we reckon plenty of riders' pockets' are hurting as well.Makes you
We wonder what Toyota vehicle will get this
Yes, we know going all-out on electric vehicles is all the rage these days-but this doesn't mean we no longer get excited over developments like the one you see here.This shiny new mill is actually a 5.0-
It’s able to use battery-swapping stations across Taiwan
Yamaha is continuing its push for swappable-battery systems in its global lineup. In addition to helping form the Swappable Batteries Motorcycle Consortium, the company has launched a new EMF electric scooter utilizing the same technology in Taiwan.The new Yamaha EMF
Here’s what the 2022 model looks like in India
Yamaha's FZ-S FI has received some choice updates for 2022 in the Indian market. The naked bike gets updated styling reminiscent of the MT series, a two-level seat, Bluetooth connectivity, single-channel ABS, a multifunction LCD cluster, a rear
It looks like an economical everyday ADV
Yamaha has entered the small-displacement adventure-bike arena with the Crosser 150: A lightweight motorcycle that offers the versatility of a larger ADV machine in a more affordable package.Headlining the Crosser's look are a tall stance, high-mounted exhaust,
What would you add to this list?
This year has been a big one for the local motorcycle industry. Apart from the introduction of new models, sales are also up from the year prior, particularly for the top four brands. We know 2022 has the potential to be just
Just in time for Christmas
Any Yamaha customers here from Pangasinan? Take note: Yamaha Motor Philippines (YMPH) has opened a new dealership in Dagupan City.Revzone Dagupan is inspired by Yamaha's flagship facility, YZone. It showcases the latest models from the Japanese motorcycle manufacturer's local
The café-racer-inspired naked gets some choice tweaks
As one of the biggest names in the modern retro game, Yamaha's XSR line won't take the recent influx of new competitors sitting down. In response to certain middleweight contenders, the Tuning Fork brand has updated the XSR700 for 2022.
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