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Honda BeAT vs Yamaha Mio i 125 Comparison

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Honda BeAT vs Yamaha Mio i 125

Find below the detailed motorcycle comparison of Honda BeAT and Yamaha Mio i 125, based on price, specifications, & other features. We have the Honda BeAT priced at ₱67,400 - ₱70,400 , while Yamaha Mio i 125 is priced at ₱72,400 - ₱75,900 . If we compare the technical specifications, Honda BeAT houses 110 engine whereas Yamaha Mio i 125 engine displacement stands at 125.

Overview Honda BeAT Yamaha Mio i 125
Brand
SRP*
(Manila)
₱67,400 ₱72,400
User Rating
Available Color(s)
BeAT Colors
Mio i 125 Colors
Fuel Type
Gasoline
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Gasoline
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Vehicle Type
Scooter
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Scooter
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User Review Comparison

Honda BeAT
  • B
    Basilio Sep 15, 2021 for Honda BeAT

    I have given up riding bikes and have taken to scooters for some years now. Scooters are easy to manage during peak hour traffic. Bikes are heavier and handling them Read More

  • R
    Reuven Aug 03, 2021 for Honda BeAT

    BeAT is a very modern scooter and I think it is suitable for young drivers because it has a modern design and performs well on the road. The seat height Read More

  • H
    Henry May 27, 2021 for Honda BeAT

    The BeAT is a very trendy scooter which I think is suitable for young riders as it features a modern design and has a good road presence as well. The Read More

  • E
    Emar May 27, 2021 for Honda BeAT

    The BeAT is a very trendy scooter which I think is suitable for young riders as it features a modern design and has a good road presence as well. The Read More

  • J
    Josh Apr 23, 2021 for Honda BeAT

    The Honda BeAT was my first choice, the moment I stepped into the nearest dealership by Honda. The bike is a pure balance between looks, comfort, and features. I can Read More

Yamaha Mio i 125
  • F
    Felix Sep 14, 2021 for Yamaha Mio i 125

    I have been a great fan of Yamaha since childhood. That’s because I learned to ride a two-wheeler on a Yamaha and there were two bikes from the Japanese manufacturer Read More

  • J
    Joselito S. De Leon Aug 01, 2021 for Yamaha Mio i 125

    For straight 1 year, I have not encountered any problem on Yamaha Mio i125, its fuel efficiency is significant may it be city or long distance drive, the sporty design Read More

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    Dante Jul 14, 2021 for Yamaha Mio i 125

    Being a youngster I always stress upon the looks of the bike along with its fun filled riding characteristics. After exploring the market thoroughly I came across Yamaha mio-i-125. Wow, Read More

  • D
    Dante Jun 12, 2021 for Yamaha Mio i 125

    This super cool scooter of mine always exudes a refreshing peppy feel which I love flaunting to the world with pride. The scooter is extra efficient and practical as well. Read More

  • B
    BEJIE May 27, 2021 for Yamaha Mio i 125

    The Mio i 125 is a good choice for those who have just learned how to ride a scooter. For starters, this bike has a good riding stance. You tend Read More

From The Experts

  • Pros
  • Cons
Honda BeAT

The Honda Beat is blessed with a sleek design language, which is quite helpful for those who are new to the experience of riding a two-wheeler. The slim profile, as well as sharp design, makes it a compact scooter to handle in the toughest of urban riding duties

For an entry-level scooter, the Honda Beat has got an eye-catching design, which gives it a good road presence. The sharply designed front apron with pointy headlamps and black theme for alloy wheels and engine do indeed make the Honda Beat look sporty

With a telescopic front suspension setup and lean design, the Honda Beat is one agile scooter to handle. The brilliant chassis is supported by the presence of great tyres which provide excellent road grip to it in all conditions.

The four-stroke, single-cylinder, air-cooled, 110cc engine of the Honda Beat might be small, but with a maximum power output of 8.8 PS, it feels zippy and powerful on the go. Also, it is fuel-injected, so it feels quite refined and jerk-free as well

Yamaha Mio i 125

Yamaha might have pitched the Mio i 125 as a basic entry-level scooter, however, it still manages to pull off a trendy personality with colorful and sporty body decals and black finish for alloy wheels and engine. This makes it look not so bare-bones for the price at which it is being offered.

The Yamaha Mio i 125 is powered by a four-stroke, single-cylinder, air-cooled, 125cc engine, which produces a maximum power output of 9.5PS and a peak torque output of 9.6Nm. For a scooter which weighs only 92kgs, the Yamaha Mio i 125 has a good and punchy performance for city riding.

Being a light weighted scooter, the Yamaha Mio i 125 is very easy and ergonomic to ride for daily urban duties. The large 14-inch wheels, as well as a telescopic suspension at the front, do aid in making the Mio i 125 a stable scooter.

Honda BeAT

The slim and compact design of the Honda Beat does eat up a significant amount of under-seat storage space, which is too compact to store a full-face helmet in it.

Since this is an entry-level scooter, the Honda Beat is not too generously equipped with modern features. The scooter does come with a part digital instrument console, however, its layout looks too simple and dated by today’s standards

Yamaha Mio i 125

Except the presence of a key shutter mechanism pitched as a safety feature, there is no other standout modern feature which makes the Yamaha Mio i 125 a scooter of the current generation. The scooter lacks features to keep costs in check, but as a result, it feels too basic

The Yamaha Mio i 125 is fitted with a very small 4.2-litre of fuel tank, which gives it a very small tank range. It is a decent scooter for short city rides, but when it comes to long runs, the scooter runs out of tank range, which is limited

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Technical Specifications
Engine & Performance
Fuel Tank Capacity (litres) 4 L 4.2 L
Clutch Type Automatic Centrifugal, Dry Type
Exhaust Pipes Single Exhaust Single Exhaust
Drive Type Belt Drive Belt Drive
Cooling System Air Cooled Air Cooled
Engine Type Single Cylinder, 4-Stroke, SOHC Air Cooled Engine Single Cylinder, 4-Stroke, 2-Valve, Air-Cooled, SOHC Engine
Displacement 110 125
No. Of Strokes 4-Stroke 4-Stroke
Bore X Stroke 50 mm x 55.1 mm 52.4 mm x 57.9 mm
No. Of Cylinder 1 1
Valve Configuration SOHC SOHC
Maximum Power 8.68 9.3
Maximum Torque 9.21 Nm 9.6 Nm
RPM at Maximum Torque 6000 5500
RPM at Maximum Power 7500 8000
Dimension
Seating Capacity 2 2
Length 1856 mm 1870 mm
Width 666 mm 685 mm
Height 1068 mm 1035 mm
Kerb Weight 93 kg 92 kg
Wheel Base 1256 mm 1260 mm
Ground Clearance 146 mm 135 mm
Seat Height 740 mm 750 mm
Category Scooter Scooter
Fuel & Ignition
Start Option Kick & Electric Kick & Electric
Ignition System Full Transistorized TCI
Fuel Type Gasoline Gasoline
Chassis & Suspension
Front Suspension Telescopic Fork Telescopic Fork
Rear Suspension Mono Shock Unit Swing
Electrical
Battery Voltage 12 V 12 V
Gear & Transmission
Gear Box Variable Speed Variable Speed
Transmission Type CVT CVT
Wheels & Tyres
Front Tyre 80/90 R14 70/90 R14
Rear Tyre 90/90 R14 80/90 R14
Front Wheel Size R14 R14
Rear Wheel Size R14 R14
Tyre Type Radial, Tubeless Radial
Safety & Security
Safety & Security
Back Rest
ABS
Stability Control
Traction Control
Launch Control
Riding Modes Street Street
Leg Guards
Engine Check Warning
Pass Switch
Wheel Lock Front/back
Shutter Lock
Features
Console
Navigator
Side Stand Indicator
Tachometer
Speedometer Analog Analog
Odometer Digital Analog
Display Screen
Fuel Gauge Digital Analog
Brake
Front Brake Disc Disc
Rear Brake Drum Drum
Chassis & Suspension
Seat Type Dual Straight Dual Straight
Chrome Garnish
Side Wings
Electrical
Indicator Light
Head Lamp LED Halogen
Tail Lamp Bulb Bulb

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