Mio Aerox 155 vs Mio i 125

Compare for Yamaha Mio Aerox 155 vs Yamaha Mio i 125

Find below the detailed motorcycle comparison of Yamaha Mio Aerox 155 and Yamaha Mio i 125, based on price, specifications, & other features. We have the Yamaha Mio Aerox 155 priced at ₱99,800 , while Yamaha Mio i 125 is priced at ₱71,900 . If we compare the technical specifications, Yamaha Mio Aerox 155 houses 155 cc engine whereas Yamaha Mio i 125 engine displacement stands at 125 cc.

Overview Yamaha Mio Aerox 155 Yamaha Mio i 125
₱99,800 ₱71,900
Available Color(s)
Mio Aerox 155 Colors
Mio i 125 Colors
Fuel Type
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Vehicle Type
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From The Experts

  • Pros
  • Cons
Yamaha Mio Aerox 155

Extremely Stylish

Great Urban Commuter

Equipped with modern and practical features

Yamaha Mio i 125

Designed to delight

Attractive color combination

Optimum fuel efficiency

Start & Stop system available

Yamaha Mio Aerox 155


Almost as expensive as the NMAX

Rear wheel lacks disc brake

Yamaha Mio i 125

Not very comfortable for tall riders with a pillion

Less powerful than its competitor

Technical Specifications
Engine & Performance
Fuel Tank Size 4.6 L 4.2 L
Clutch Type Dry, Centrifugal, Automatic Dry, Centrifugal, Shoe
Exhaust Pipes Single Exhuast Single Exhaust
Drive Type Belt Drive Belt Drive
Cooling System Liquid Cooled Air Cooled
Engine Type Liquid Cooled, 4-Stroke , SOHC, 4-valveﺁ Forced Air Cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC, 2-Valve
Displacement 155 125
No. Of Strokes 4-Stroke 4-Stroke
Bore X Stroke 58.0 mm x 58.7 mm 52.4 mm x 57.9 mm
Compression Ratio 10.5:1 9.5:1
Injection Type Fuel Injection Fuel Injection
No. Of Cylinder 1 1
Valves Per Cylinder 4 2
Valve Configuration SOHC SOHC
Lubrication System Force-Feed Lubrication, Wet Sump Force-Feed Lubrication, Wet Sump
Maximum Power 14.9 9.38
Maximum Torque 13.8 Nm 9.6 Nm
Seating Capacity 2 2
Length 1990 mm 1870 mm
Width 700 mm 685 mm
Height 1125 mm 1035 mm
Kerb Weight 116 kg 92 kg
Wheel Base 1350 mm 1260 mm
Ground Clearance 140 mm 135 mm
Seat Height 790 mm 750 mm
Category Scooter Scooter
Fuel & Ignition
Start Option Electric Kick & Electric
Ignition System TCI TCI
Fuel Supply System Fuel Injection Fuel Injection
Fuel Type Gasoline Gasoline
Gear & Transmission
Gear Box Variable Speed Variable Speed
Transmission Type CVT CVT
Battery Voltage 12 V 12 V
Chassis & Suspension
Front Suspension Telescopic Fork Telescopic Fork
Rear Suspension Unit Swing Unit Swing
Wheels & Tyres
Front Tyre 110/80 R14 70/90 R14
Rear Tyre 140/70 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
Stability Control
Traction Control
Launch Control
Riding Modes Street Street, Road
Leg Guards
Engine Check Warning
Pass Switch
Engine Immobilizer
Anti-Theft Alarm
Central Locking
Wheel Lock Front/back
Shutter Lock
Tachometer Digital
Speedometer Digital Analog
Odometer Digital Digital
Fuel Gauge Digital Analog
Front Brake Disc Disc
Rear Brake Drum Disc
Accessory Outlet
Indicator Light
Head Lamp LED Halogen
Adjustable Headlights
Tail Lamp LED Bulb
Differentiating Features
Cruise Control
Height Adjustable Seats
Chassis & Suspension
Seat Type Dual Straight Dual Straight
Body Frame Type Backbone Underbone
Body Frame Material Steel Steel
Side Wings

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