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Honda Click 125i vs Yamaha Nmax Comparison

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Honda Click 125i vs Yamaha Nmax

Find below the detailed motorcycle comparison of Honda Click 125i and Yamaha Nmax, based on price, specifications, & other features. We have the Honda Click 125i priced at ₱76,900 , while Yamaha Nmax is priced at ₱109,000 - ₱119,000 . If we compare the technical specifications, Honda Click 125i houses 125 engine whereas Yamaha Nmax engine displacement stands at 155.

Overview Honda Click 125i Yamaha Nmax
SRP*
(Manila)
₱76,900 ₱109,000
User Rating
Available Color(s)
Click 125i Colors
Nmax Colors
Fuel Type
Gasoline
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Vehicle Type
Scooter
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User Review Comparison

Honda Click 125i
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    Crisanto May 19, 2020 for Honda Click 125i

    When I select my vehicles I stress upon the safety features a lot. Thus, I had no reason to reject Honda Click 125i when I got to know about its Read More

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    Aiman Dec 23, 2019 for Honda Click 125i

    If trend and modernity in bikes fascinates you the most then you will have to go for Honda Click 125i. This bike looks literally impressive and high on trend. The Read More

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    Cess Tilland Nov 21, 2019 for Honda Click 125i

    Just bought my bran new click.. I love it.. Worked very good and it's classy.. Highly recommended for those aiming to buy. Read More

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    Henry Oct 18, 2019 for Honda Click 125i

    Honda Click 125i looks super stylish and very sporty. The front profile looks very attractive and sharp, all thanks to its well-sculpted design. Also, all the lights fitted on it Read More

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    Julius Sep 23, 2019 for Honda Click 125i

    Being a bike lover, I always had a desire to buy the classical Honda Click 125i. After settling into a job with a decent salary, I could not wait more. Read More

Yamaha Nmax
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    Analyn May 19, 2020 for Yamaha Nmax

    Being light weight this bike is really easy to ride for long hours. Agility and fun factor associated with this bike is worth appreciating. You can easily get that much Read More

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    Junada Dec 23, 2019 for Yamaha Nmax

    I am a hardcore fan of Yamaha bikes. So this time also I decided if I bike it has to be from a brand like Yamaha. The sleek look of Read More

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    Marvin Baquiran Nov 20, 2019 for Yamaha Nmax

    Safety po sa pagdadrive dhl my abs at pang negosyo ko Read More

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    Robert Oct 10, 2019 for Yamaha Nmax

    Go and get behind the wheel and the Yamaha Nmax will prove itself to be a cheerful handy car. It provides a zippy and perky drive. It’s a car which Read More

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    John Paul Sep 10, 2019 for Yamaha Nmax

    It’s been more than a month that I have been using the Yamaha NMax and I still can’t get enough of it. There are no words to define this brilliant Read More

From The Experts

  • Pros
  • Cons
Honda Click 125i

With premium features like full LED headlamps, tail lamps and daytime running lamps, a futuristic-looking full digital instrument console and an advanced version of the key shutter mechanism, the Honda Click  125i feels modern and edgy. This will surely appeal to the riders of the younger generation.

The Honda Click 125i is powered by a four-stroke, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, 125cc engine, with which 11.1PS of maximum power output and 10.8 Nm of peak torque, makes the Honda Click 125i one of the most powerful and refined scooters in its class.

Despite its sleek and sharp body profile, the Honda Click 125i boasts of a very capacious under-seat storage space of 18-litre. This space is good enough to accommodate a full-face helmet.

Yamaha Nmax

Yamaha is always known for making products with appreciable build quality, and the Yamaha NMax thankfully exudes brilliant fit and finish which is expected from a scooter of this premium category. The quality levels are excellent and the panels have negligible gap in between them, which is a testimony of great fit and finish.

The Yamaha NMax comes with a nice four-stroke, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, 155cc engine, which is quite technically advanced for a scooter of its category. With a maximum power output of 15PS and a peak torque output of 14.4 Nm, the engine is not only powerful, but also very refined and vibration-free as well

With its tall stance as well as wide and stepped long seat, the Yamaha NMax provides a very comfortable and accommodating riding posture even for taller riders. This is quite beneficial for carving through tight traffic with great ease

Honda Click 125i

The Honda Click 125i has been bestowed with a very striking and sharp design language, which make it attractive when viewed head-on. However, with very bulbous and large front design and contrasting looking sleek rear end, the final outcome of the overall design feels a bit disproportionate

The slim tires of the Honda Click 125i do try to make the handling of the scooter very easy and rider-friendly. However, they tend to lose grip sometimes during quick directional changes, and at the same time, they do not go well with the overall muscular appeal of the scooter

The small footboard ahead the rider’s seat of the Honda Click 125i do make the riding ergonomics of taller riders a bit cramped for longer commutes

 

Yamaha Nmax

While the Yamaha NMax is positioned as a maxi-scooter, the overall styling and design does not stand with the trends of current times. The scooter though has a large stance, but the relatively bland design robs of some modernity off it

For a maxi-scooter, the Yamaha NMax feels a bit under-equipped given the premium it charges over other 150cc scooters, including its own stablemate, the Aerox 155. With the absence of LED lighting as well as a dated-looking fully digital instrument console, the Yamaha NMax could have been launched with more contemporary bits in it

The small size of the fully digital instrument console makes it a bit cumbersome to look up to and read from while on the go, due to small fonts within it.

Technical Specifications
Engine & Performance
Clutch Type Automatic Centrifugal, Dry Type
Exhaust Pipes Single Exhaust Single Exhaust
Drive Type Belt Drive Belt Drive
Cooling System Liquid Cooled Liquid Cooled
Engine Type Single Cylinder, 4-Stroke, Liquid-Cooled, SOHC Single Cylinder, 4-Stroke, 4-Valve, Liquid Cooled, SOHC
Displacement 125 155
No. Of Strokes 4-Stroke 4-Stroke
Bore X Stroke 52.4 mm x 57.9 mm 58 mm x 58.7 mm
No. Of Cylinder 1 1
Valve Configuration SOHC SOHC
Maximum Power 11 15
Maximum Torque 10.8 Nm 14.4 Nm
RPM at Maximum Torque 5000 6000
RPM at Maximum Power 8500 8000
Dimension
Seating Capacity 2 2
Length 1919 mm 1955 mm
Width 679 mm 740 mm
Height 1062 mm 1115 mm
Kerb Weight 111 kg 127 kg
Wheel Base 1280 mm 1350 mm
Ground Clearance 132 mm 135 mm
Seat Height 769 mm 765 mm
Category Scooter Scooter
Fuel & Ignition
Start Option Electric Electric
Ignition System Transistorized TCI
Fuel Supply System Fuel Injection Fuel Injection
Fuel Type Gasoline Gasoline
Gear & Transmission
Gear Box Variable Speed Variable Speed
Transmission Type CVT CVT
Electrical
Battery Voltage 12 V 12 V
Chassis & Suspension
Front Suspension Telescopic Fork Telescopic Fork
Rear Suspension Unit Swing Unit Swing
Wheels & Tyres
Front Tyre 80/90 R14 110/70 R13
Rear Tyre 90/90 R14 130/70 R13
Front Wheel Size R14 R13
Rear Wheel Size R14 R13
Tyre Type Radial , Tubeless Radial , Tubeless
Safety & Security
Safety & Security
Back Rest
ABS
Stability Control
Traction Control
Launch Control
Riding Modes Street Street
Leg Guards
Engine Check Warning
Pass Switch
Anti-Theft Alarm
Wheel Lock Front/back
Shutter Lock
Features
Console
Navigator
Side Stand Indicator
Speedometer Digital Digital
Odometer Digital Digital
Display Screen
Fuel Gauge Digital Digital
Brake
Front Brake Disc Disc
Rear Brake Drum Disc
Electrical
Indicator Light
Head Lamp LED LED
Adjustable Headlights
Tail Lamp LED LED
Differentiating Features
Cruise Control
Height Adjustable Seats
Chassis & Suspension
Seat Type Dual Straight Dual Stepped

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