Yamaha Motorcycles Philippines

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Currently Yamaha is offering 21 new motorcycle models in the Philippines. The Yamaha Aerox 155, Yamaha Nmax, Yamaha Mio i 125 are the most popular motorcycles from Yamaha in their respective motorcycle segments.

Yamaha Philippines has a line-up of 7 Scooter (Yamaha Aerox 155, Nmax, Mio i 125, Xmax, Mio Soul i 125, Mio Sporty, Mio Gravis), 5 Sport (Yamaha YZF R15, MT-15, MT-03, XSR155, YZF-R3), 3 Off Road (Yamaha XTZ 125, Serow 250, WR155R), 3 Street (Yamaha FZi, SZ, YTX 125), 3 Moped (Yamaha Sniper 150, Vega Force i, Sight). Zigwheels provides you the Yamaha Philippines price list for January 2021, along with downpayment, monthly installments, and loan simulations for the Manila and nearby cities.

About Yamaha Philippines

Yamaha Motor Company Limited is a Japanese manufacturer of motorcycles, marine products such as boats and outboard motors, and other motorized products. The company was established in 1955 upon separation from Yamaha Corporation and is headquartered in Iwata, Shizuoka, Japan. The company conducts development, production, and marketing operations through 109 consolidated subsidiaries.

The motorcycle division of Yamaha was founded in 1955 and was headed by Genichi Kawakami. Yamaha's initial product was a 125cc (7.6 cu in) two-cycle, single-cylinder motorcycle, the YA-1, which was a copy of the German DKW RT 125. However, it was in 1968 when Yamaha launched its first four-stroke motorcycle, the XS-1. 

It was in early 2007 when Commencement of manufacturing and sales of motorcycles at Yamaha Motor Philippines, Inc (YMPH) began in the Philippines. Following which, on April 4, 2008, Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd. began construction today on a new motorcycle factory in the Lima Industrial Park in Batangas State by investing 960 million pesos (approx. 2.5 billion yen) for construction. 

YMPH began its first full-fledged manufacturing operations in January 2009 with a starting production capacity of 150,000 motorcycle units annually and an initial workforce of approximately 270.

According to Yamaha Motor Global’s 2016 Fact Book, motorcycles with 125cc of displacement are the main choice of the public in the ASEAN region, including the Philippines. On average at least 100,000 Yamaha motorcycles are sold in the Philippines on a year-end basis. Yamaha currently has a 14 percent market share of the motorcycle industry in the country.

Currently, Yamaha is offering 19 new motorcycle & scooter models in the Philippines. The Yamaha Nmax, Yamaha Mio Aerox, Yamaha Mio i 125 are the most popular scooter motorcycles from Yamaha in their respective motorcycle segments.

It was in 2016 when YMPH produced its one-millionth motorcycle since the company’s establishment. In September of the same year, a temporary motorcycle manufacturing factory was established in Laguna Province where the production of motorcycles in the 105-125cc range commenced.

Yamaha Motorcycle Philippines Price List 2021

Yamaha motorcycle prices start at ₱49,900 for the most inexpensive model YTX 125 and goes up to ₱259,000 for the most expensive motorcycle model Yamaha YZF-R3.

Yamaha Motorcycle Models Price List
Yamaha YZF R15 ₱164,000
Yamaha Sniper 150 ₱102,900
Yamaha MT-15 ₱159,000
Yamaha FZi ₱99,800
Yamaha MT-03 ₱254,000
Yamaha XSR155 ₱162,000
Yamaha YZF-R3 ₱259,000
Yamaha SZ ₱69,900
Yamaha YTX 125 ₱49,900
Yamaha Vega Force i ₱68,200
Yamaha Sight ₱59,900 - ₱62,900
Yamaha XTZ 125 ₱84,900
Yamaha Serow 250 ₱229,000
Yamaha WR155R ₱169,000

Yamaha Scooter Philippines Price List 2021

Yamaha scooter prices start at ₱67,900 for the most inexpensive model Mio Sporty and goes up to ₱249,000 for the most expensive scooter model Xmax.There are 7 Yamaha scooters available in Philippines, check out all scooter models January 2021 price below.

Yamaha Scooter Models Price list
Yamaha Aerox 155 ₱102,900 - ₱122,900
Yamaha Nmax ₱119,900 - ₱134,500
Yamaha Mio i 125 ₱71,900 - ₱75,900
Yamaha Xmax ₱249,000
Yamaha Mio Soul i 125 ₱79,900 - ₱83,900
Yamaha Mio Sporty ₱67,900
Yamaha Mio Gravis ₱85,900

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There are 430 authorized Yamaha motorcycle dealers across 274 cities in the Philippines.

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    Ashlee Jan 15, 2021 for Yamaha Xmax

    The Yamaha XMax has that high performance look of the TMax. It’s for those riders who want a little bit more out of a basic scooter. It comes with plentiful features that make riding easier. I was on the lookout for a stylish scooter that would make my daily commuting better. A friend suggested the XMax and I took a Read More 2

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    Prince Jan 15, 2021 for Yamaha YZF-R3

    With great ride comfort and high pickup, the Yamaha YZF R3 is a real performance bike. Good build quality and style makes the YZF R3 a very desirable motorcycle. The clip-on handlebar gives a sporty riding position. But that doesn’t mean you have to strain your back. It’s a motorcycle that can be ridden by both novice riders and experienced Read More 1

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    Alexsander Jan 15, 2021 for Yamaha YZF R15

    I have been riding the YZF R15 for two years now and this is the fastest bike I ever rode. The design is extremely attractive for a sports-commuting bike. The brakes are great and the bike stops instantly. This is very helpful while driving within the city. The handlebar has a low height and the riding position may feel a Read More 3

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    Mark Rio Jan 15, 2021 for Yamaha Sniper 150

    I don’t know how to describe the Sniper 150. It’s probably a scooter, though it has more of a crossover-bike look. Yamaha brands it as a sporty two-wheeler. Sportiness often comes at the cost of the riding comfort. But Yamaha has avoided that. The thick seat padding ensures that you can ride the Sniper for a longer distance. Because of Read More 5

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    Sean Jan 15, 2021 for Yamaha Mio Soul i 125

    The Mio Soul i 125 with its pretty sharp design look very agile. It’s a lightweight scooter which makes it easy to ride and handle even in mad traffic. The four-stroke 125cc engine is a great performer and accelerates in minimum time. Yamaha has designed the scooter mainly for the urban youth. I have seen many office goers using Mio Read More 2