Yamaha Mio Aerox Pros & Cons

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Things We Like in Yamaha Mio Aerox

Aggressive look: The oversized front fairing, stepped up seat, bulky rear end, and fatter tires make the Aerox 155 an aggressive-looking scooter.  

Feature loaded: The scooter is fully loaded with disc brakes on both wheels, a fully digital instrument cluster, keyless ignition and a start-stop system

Capable powertrain: The Aerox 155 is hauled by a fuel-injected, 155cc engine that produces 15 PS and 14 Nm, making the scooter a perfect city two-wheeler

Massive storage: The scooter has 25 liters of under-seat storage which is the biggest in its class. This makes the Aerox 155 an immensely practical scooter

Things We Don't Like in Yamaha Mio Aerox

Poor fuel economy: The Aerox 155 has a less than average fuel economy because of the fatter tires. Its competitors return a better mileage

Ride quality: The scooter has a stiff suspension. This impacts the ride quality. Almost all bumps and thuds can be felt while riding

Vibration: While driving at a higher speed, the rider may experience vibrations on the handlebar. This is very unsettling for a scooter.

Shorter wheelbase: The Aerox 155’s wheelbase is shorter than its competitors. Taller riders may find less legroom. An uncomfortable riding position hampers ride quality

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