Yamaha unveils its retro-style scooter, the Mio Fazzio 125

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KUALA LUMPUR: Yamaha introduced a unique offering to the Philippine market, a retro-styled modern scooter called the Mio Fazzio 125.

KEY POINTS TO REMEMBER

  • How much does the Mio Fazzio cost?

    The Yamaha Mio Fazzio retails for PHP 88,900 (around RM7,250).

  • What are the strengths of the Mio Fazzio 125?

    The Mio Fazzio 125 may feature a retro design theme, but benefits from its fair share of modern technology which includes – an idle stop system, a USB port (in the side pocket) and a digital dashboard with Y connection.

  • Priced at PHP 88,900 (about RM 7250), this retro-styled offering from the company carries the new Yamaha Blue Core hybrid powertrain and several new technologies.

    Highlights of the Mio Fazzio 125 –

    Engine: The new Mio Fazzio is powered by a 125cc hybrid air-cooled Blue Core single-cylinder engine that delivers a maximum power of 8.3hp at 6,5000rpm with a maximum torque of 9.9Nm at 5,000rpm . The powertrain comes with a power assist feature that activates in just three seconds by engaging the throttle. It increases torque (to 10.6 Nm) and calls for smooth acceleration.

    Design: One of the main attractions of the Mio Fazzio 125 is its modern-retro style which was missing from the brand’s range since the discontinuation of the Fino. At the front, it has circular headlamps and two vertical oval signal lights. The side and rear profile remains simple and clear as in the good old days.

    Equipment: The Mio Fazzio 125 may feature a retro design theme but benefits from its fair share of modern technology which includes – an idle stop system, a USB port (in the side pocket) and a digital instrument panel with ability to Y connection.

    Features of the Yamaha Mio Fazzio 125

    Features:





    Fuel tank capacity

    5.1 liters

    wheels

    12 inch

    Seat height

    750 millimeters

    Brake

    Front: single disc; Rear: Drum brake

    Should Yamaha Malaysia add the Mio Fazzio 125 to their lineup? Let us know in the comments.

    Also Read: Check Out Yamaha’s New Lightweight Scooter, The X-Force

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