Mio’s popularity in the Philippines keeps increasing.
This scooter is very versatile and sold at a very affordable price.
Yamaha offers the Mio i125 and the engine is 125 cc. It’s very powerful in its class and supportive of a city ride.
Yamaha Mio i125 Overview
Variants and colors
There are two variants of this scooter, the first one is a based-scooter variant, and another is the S series.
But for the new colors option, this scooter is more careful with five colors. The list of colors:
- Matt black
- Matte blue
- Cyan metallic
Mio i125 design
You can have a perfect ride with the Mio i125 since the design has thailook.
The motorcycle is lightweight as well, so a beginner will find it easy to handle the scooter.
The headlamp is stylish and the indicator lamp has improved. It’s appealing with many colors available in the market.
The panel display is also excellent in set up design and functionality.
It is analog, yet the detail for each function is excellent.
The seat design for the two is very comfortable to sit on. Though it is a slim motorcycle, the seat is very convenient for a long trip.
Mio i125 braking & safety
The brake systems for the front and rear tire size and types are different.
The front part uses a disc brake system, and the rear part uses a drum brake system.
The rider should be very careful to give brake at a very high speed.
Mio i125 Ride & handling
The setup of the Mio i125 is very smooth. The scooter is perfect for a city ride which doesn’t need a lot of features.
For a long trip on a bumpy road, you might find it tiring. The seat height is also higher for a short rider.
Mio i125 Features
- Tyre Type
- Exhaust Pipes
- Body Frame Type
- Pass Switch
- Anti-Theft Alarm
Yamaha Mio i125 Specifications
|Engine Displacement||125 cc|
|Max Power||9.3 hp|
|Tank Capacity||4.2 Liter|
|Clutch Family||Centrifugal, Dry Type|
Single Cylinder, 4-Stroke, 2-Valve, Air-Cooled, SOHC
|Drive Type||Belt Drive|
|Engine Cooling Method||Air-Cooled|
|Bore & Stroke||52.4 mm x 57.9 mm|
|Total Number of Cylinder||1|
|Max Torque||9.6 Nm|
|Valves / Cylinder||2|
|Lubrication System||Wet Sump|
|Engine Power @ RPM||8000 rpm|
|Engine Torque @ RPM||5500 rpm|
|Total Kerb Weight||92 kg|
|Oil Tank Capacity||0.84 Liter|
|Exact Wheel Base||1260 mm|
|Motorcycle Height||1035 mm|
|Motorcycle Overall Length||1870 mm|
|Exact Ground Clearance||135 mm|
|Overall Seat Height||750 mm|
|Motorcycle Width||685 mm|
|Starting Method||Kick & Electric|
|Kinds of Fuel||Gasoline|
|Fuel Supply Method||Fuel Injection|
|Tyre (front)||70/90 R14|
|Tyre (rear)||80/90 R14|
|Wheel Size (front)||R14|
|Wheel Size (rear)||R14|
|Number of Gear||Variable Speed|
|Chassis & Suspension|
|Suspension (Rear)||Unit Swing|
|Suspension (Front)||Telescopic Fork|
|Side Wings Availability||Yes|
|Odometer Detection||Analog System|
|Fuel Gauge Presence||Analog System|
|Speedometer Availability||Analog System|
|Side Stand Sign||No|
Yamaha Mio i125 Price Philippines
Mio i125 downpayment and monthly
The downpayment and monthly installment of this i125 will depend on the type of Mio you choose.
The standard version down payment is starting from PHP10,000 and the S series starts from PHP13,000. The monthly installment of Mio for 3 years tenure starts from PHP2,500.
Mio i125 battery price
Yamaha Mio uses a Quantum parts name battery.
The price Philippines is about PHP1,100 at the free market or e-commerce.
Yamaha Mio i125 Pros and Cons
For a low-entry scooter, the i125 has more effort to appear with modern styling. It is such a great effort to have a black finish for the wheel.
The design is slim and light, so youngsters will love this vehicle.
The powerful engine is the reason why this scooter has better performance. The horsepower is up to 9.5 HP with 9.6 Nm torque. The fuel consumption is efficient as well.
Even though the scooter has a shutter lock already, other accessories for this generation are fewer than other scooters.
Other systems such as braking and safety are still basic.
Another disadvantage of the this Mio is the fuel tank capacity.
The maximum capacity is only 4.2 liters and it’s very small for a city scooter.
You have to fill the tank after a 150 km trip. For a long trip, this scooter might not be a good idea.
How much is the Mio i125 in the Philippines?
There are two options for the Mio i125. The standard version is sold at PHP76,700 and the S series is at PHP81,200.
The price difference is caused by the features and design of the scooter.
How many liters of oil does a Mio i125 take?
The scooter only takes a liter of oil for a 46 km trip. It is very efficient and saves more money for the riders. For a highway route, it is about 50 km per liter.
What is the lowest monthly installment for The Yamaha Mio i125?
The lowest monthly installment is for 5 years tenure and it’s only PHP1,100 per month with PHP15,000 as the down payment.
However, it’s very rare to have this offer. Usually, dealers and banks offer 3 years tenure with about PHP2,500.
Which are the tough competitors of The Yamaha Mio i125?
The tough competitors of this Mio series are Suzuki Skydrive FI, Honda Click 125i, Kymco Like 125 Italia E3, and Vespa S125.
The Yamaha Mio i125 is promising for a city life scooter.
The motorcycle is affordable yet the features are not too basic. The i125 series is very efficient in design and oil consumption.
You get this scooter in low monthly installments and a downpayment at the market.