Yamaha Motor Philippines' scooter sector has long been one of its strengths, as seen by the sales results year after year. Despite the motorbike brand's wide range of models, the retirement of the Fino has left some consumers yearning for a new neo-retro-style scooter.
This is the void that YMPH has now filled with the introduction of the new Mio Fazzio. The latest addition to Yamaha's roster is perhaps one of the oddest-looking scooters we've seen in recent years, and it's causing quite a stir.
To no surprise, many of our readers appear to be interested in the new Mio Fazzio, so we've put up a comprehensive guide that will teach you all you need to know about the new scoot. Continue reading if you want to understand more about it.
The Yamaha Mio Fazzio is only available in one model in the Philippines. The single version costs P88,900. It’s not expensive in Yamaha Motorcycles Price. It is available in three different colors: cyan, red, and ivory white.
Dimensions and design
To be honest, this scooter isn't as little as it appears. It is 1820mm long, 685mm broad, and 1125mm tall. That's the same size as the standard Mio Sporty.
The Mio Fazzio features a 1,280mm wheelbase, a 750mm seat height, and a 135mm ground clearance. It has a wet weight of 95kg. It rides on 12-inch front and rear wheels wrapped in 110/70-12MC 47L tubeless tires.
Unlike its other Mio siblings, the Mio Fazzio has a distinctive appearance that almost resembles a current electric scooter. It has a spherical headlight and oval signal lights on the front. This classic oval style is carried over to the side and all of the rear lights.
Engine and specifications
The Mio Fazzio is powered by a 125cc air-cooled Blue Core Hybrid engine that produces 8.3hp at 6,500rpm and 9.9Nm of torque at 5,000rpm. This powertrain is unique in that when it comes to a halt, its power-assist feature engages for three seconds to offer additional oomph (peak torque increases to 10.6Nm) and smooth out acceleration. A smart motor generator (SMG) in the engine allows for silent engine starts and restarts.
A single disc up front and a mechanical leading trailing drum out rear manage braking. The scooter has a telescopic front fork and a unit swing rear suspension.
The Mio Fazzio includes some cool technology, including as LED headlights and an oval-shaped digital instrument cluster. The latter displays, among other things, the speedometer, fuel gauge, and trip meters. The scooter has a stop-and-start mechanism that switches the engine off automatically at complete stops, reducing total fuel usage.
The Mio Fazzio also has Y-Connect connection, which is a Yamaha-exclusive app that lets customers to connect their cellphones to their motorcycles. It tracks fuel usage and analyzes travel data, and it also provides warnings about maintenance and motorbike problems.
Other features include a 17.8-liter under seat storage compartment, two front pockets, and two carabiner hooks beneath the handlebar and seat.