Yamaha Motor Philippines (YMPH) is introducing updates to the entire Mio family of scooters. First launched in 2007, the Mio family, offered in several versions offered the ease of an automatic scooter paired with the unique looks and features of its models. Starting with just three, the Mio family has grown into five models.
For this year, Yamaha updates the colors, liveries, and key features to further reflect the changing tases of its riders.
The Mio Sporty continues its sleek look with new reflectorized graphics and 3D emblems in the matte edition or new graphics in the standard. Both are powered by a new engine. The Mio Sporty is offered in Casual Essentials or Matte Bold Edition variants, both priced at PhP67,900.
The Mio i125 gets new body and wheel graphics, reflectorized decals, 3D emblems, a reshaped rear grab bar, and a new stop and start system. The Mio i125 is offered in standard and S variants, priced at PhP71,900 and PhP75,900 respectively.
The Mio Soul i125 continues to offer an aggressive front façade and wheel graphics. The S version adds a new two tone seat design and reflectorized decals. The Mio Soul i125 is offered in standard and S variants, priced at PhP79,900 and PhP83,900 respectively.
The Mio Gravis continues to offer it front shield mounted fuel cap, large compartment, and phone charging socket. New to the model is the adjustable foot rests for the rear passenger. The Gravis is priced at PhP85,900.
Finally, the Mio Aerox features R-series inspired cowling design, a 155cc VVA liquid-cooled engine, ABS, and Yamaha’s new Y-Connect system. The Mio Aerox is offered in the standard and S versions priced at PhP112,900 and PhP132,900 respectively.
In order to promote these changes, Yamaha is also launching a new campaign for the Mio family: Own the Culture, which encourages riders to embrace the scooter lifestyle and start their own trend.