New Motorcycles for sale in the Philippines

392 New Motorcycles available for sale in the Philippines, the cheapest new motorcycle is XL 100 for ₱29,900 and the most expensive one is HP4 Race for ₱6.3 Million. Get great deals and promos on new motorcycles for sale in Philippines, view detailed price list (DP & Monthly Installment), reviews, fuel consumption, images, specifications, variant details & more. Select your favorite ride out of available 392 new motorcycles and make your dream come true of buying your own motorcycle.

New Motorcycles for sale

The Vega is the company’s featured new model for 2014. Its 4 stroke air cooled SOHC 2 valve engine provides 8 horsepower and has a fuel capacity of 4.2 liters. Noticeable details of the model are a multi-information meter panel, standout headlights and tail lights, and an aluminum grab bar.


The company is set to launch a multitude of new products for 2014 in the coming months. The most publicized among them: a new edition of the 2014 KLR 650 promises a more comfortable seat and new suspension.


The range for business type motorcycles varies from roughly P35,000 to P75,000 depending on brand and model. Cubs and scooters also fall into this price range. Sports bikes are pricier with some costing more than P100,000.

Price List

New Motorcycles for sale in the Philippines Price List start at ₱49,900 for the inexpensive model Yamaha YTX 125 and goes up to ₱259,000 for the most expensive car model Yamaha YZF-R3.

Model Price List
Yamaha FZi ₱99,800
Yamaha Mio i 125 ₱71,900 - ₱75,900
Yamaha Mio Soul i 125 ₱79,900 - ₱83,900
Yamaha Mio Sporty ₱67,900
Yamaha MT-15 ₱159,000
Yamaha Nmax ₱109,000 - ₱119,000
Yamaha Serow 250 ₱229,000
Yamaha Sight ₱59,900 - ₱62,900
Yamaha Sniper 150 ₱102,900
Yamaha SZ ₱69,900
Yamaha Tricity ₱146,000
Yamaha Vega Force i ₱68,200
Yamaha Xmax ₱249,000
Yamaha XTZ 125 ₱84,900
Yamaha YTX 125 ₱49,900
Yamaha YZF-R15 ₱164,000
Yamaha YZF-R3 ₱259,000
Yamaha Mio Aerox ₱102,900 - ₱122,900
Yamaha Mio Gravis ₱85,900
Yamaha XSR155 ₱162,000
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New Motorcycles in the Philippines