On its website, YMPH claimed that the Yamaha Mio FindUrTrip lineup was “designed for Filipinos that reflects the culture of the nation.”
“This series brings together a collective of unique personalities that have their own interpretation of escape, adventure, and freedom. With a variety of interests that defines their character, their very presence, taste, influence, and originality is what turns a location into a destination, anywhere in the Philippines,” the local arm for the Japanese motorcycle distributor shared.
The full Yamaha Mio lineup — namely the Mio Soul i 125, Mio Sporty, Mio i 125, the recently introduced Mio Gear, Mio Gravis and Mio Aerox — dons the tribal patterns that represents the three major portions of the Philippines (Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao). These are seen on the reflectorized graphics in the wheel and body.
Aside from that, the Yamaha Mio FindUrTrip lineup has leather seats (to pay homage to the native heritage) and a stylized grab bar specifically designed for this offering.
Further YMPH noted that the buyers need to hurry as this will be offered in limited numbers only.
Photos from Yamaha Motor Philippines
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