Yamaha Motor PH to unveil PG-1

Upcoming moped to be launch this weekend

PG-1 YMTH

Yamaha is set to introduce the PG-1 in the Philippines within the week. The newest model will be formally revealed a few weeks after the Sniper 155 has been refreshed.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • When and where will Yamaha Motor Philippines unveil the PG-1?

    The latest addition to the Yamaha stable in the country will be unveiled on May 25 at Bridgetowne Open Grounds in Pasig.
  • What will be the likely engine set-up of the Philippine-spec Yamaha PG-1?

    The Philippine-spec Yamaha PG-1 shall more or less be equipped with a four-stroke, single cylinder, two-valve, air-cooled gasoline engine mated to a four-speed transmission.
  • In a Facebook post, Yamaha Motor Philippines (YMPH) is set to unveil the latest addition to its roster on Saturday (May 25) at Bridgetowne Open Grounds in Pasig.

    Yamaha Motor PH FB PG-1 (1)

    The company noted a separate statement that the “The PG-1 will empower the spirit of breaking free and push every motorcycle rider to leave all the reasons that hold them back from exploring.”

    “This motorcycle enables every rider to have an authentic connection with nature where real exploration awaits,” the Japanese motorcycle’s local arm added.

    Yamaha Motor PH PG-1

    Possible PG-1 specs

    While waiting for YMPH to share the details for the nameplate’s version in the country, here are the moped’s specifications in Thailand.

    The Thai-spec Yamaha PG-1 is 1,980 millimeters (mm) long; 805 mm wide; and 1,050 mm tall — with a 795-mm seat heat height and 1,280-mm wheelbase and turning radius of up to 2,000 mm. Its weight (with a full tank of gasoline and lubricating oil) is 107 kilograms.

    Propelling the two-wheeler is a four-stroke, single cylinder, two-valve, air-cooled gasoline engine paired with a four-speed transmission. Its stopping power is guaranteed by the disc and drum brakes for the front and rear, respectively.

    PG-1 YMTH

    The Yamaha PG-1’s suspension system in Thailand is made up of the telescopic in the front and swing arm-type for the rear. It rides on 16-inch wheels wrapped in 90/100-16 M/C 51P tires.

    Available in four body colors namely Chill Blue, Humming Brown, Vivid Yellow, and Cool Black, the Yamaha PG-1 in Thailand is priced at THB64,900 (around P103,000). Following this, those who are eyeing for the upcoming model may see a slight bump for the Philippine market.

    Photos from Yamaha Thailand, Yamaha Motor Philippines

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