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2010 Yamaha Vino 125


The 2010 Yamaha Vino 125 gives you everything you want in a scooter: a peppy ride, Euro inspired styling, clean, 4-stroke performance and incredible fuel economy. It's also got lots of room for a passenger and storage space under the seat for whatever you need on your daily commute.

Think about all the things that you look for in a scooter. Let's run down a little checklist, shall we?

Stylish, Euro-inspired good looks? Check. Room for two – plus ample storage for urban-suburban commuting? For sure. Fuel efficiency that has you snickering every time you're at the gas pump? You bet.

Oh, and how could we forget — a zippy, fun ride? Yep. That too. In fact, with a 125cc 4-stroke engine, the Vino 125 gives you plenty of “get up and go.” The only place it's miserly is at the pump. So what're you waiting for? Scoot!

ENGINE2010-Yamaha-Vino125a
•    Peppy, 124cc, air-cooled (with fan assist), SOHC, 2-valve, 4-stroke engine produces solid, predictable power and excellent fuel economy.

•    Fuel consumption of 41 kpl or 116 mpg. Your actual consumption may vary.

•    Fan-assisted cooling system maintains consistent engine temperatures, even while idling at stoplights or in traffic for maximum efficiency and longer engine life.

•    Fast, dependable electric starting with backup kickstarter too.

•    Mikuni 26mm carburetor utilizes a hassle-free automatic choke and special carb heater to ensure fast starts even in cold weather. Throttle response is crisp while fuel economy is excellent.

•    Fully automatic V-belt transmission ensures easy, twist-the-throttle-and-go operation.

•    Maintenance-free CDI ignition system provides a precise, high-voltage spark for seamless engine performance, sure starts and excellent reliability.

•    Maintenance-free, centrifugal-type oil filter

•    Air Induction System (A.I.S.) reduces hydrocarbons and carbon monoxide emissions by injecting fresh air into the exhaust port to completely burn any unburned gases in the exhaust.

•    E.E.C. (Evaporative Emission Control) system traps any fuel tank emissions (gas vapours – hydrocarbons) before they can enter the environment.

•    Environmentally friendly muffler not only produces a quiet exhaust note, but also features a special catalytic coating that reduces harmful hydrocarbons and nitrous oxide emissions.

CHASSIS / SUSPENSION2010-Yamaha-Vino125c
•  Open, step-through, underbone-style, steel-tube frame allows fast, easy mounting and dismounting.

•  33mm hydraulic front fork with 59mm (2.3″) of wheel travel delivers good bump-absorbing performance and comfort.

•  Single-shock rear suspension features 54mm (2.1″) of wheel travel while providing a plush, comfortable ride.

•  180mm front disc brake with single piston caliper provides excellent stopping power.

•  110mm rear drum brake supplies strong, reliable stopping power.

•  Rugged, cast aluminum alloy, 3-spoke “mag style” wheels are fitted with wide, 3.50 x 10 tubeless tires front and rear.

•  Comfortable, two-person, seat ensures excellent rider and passenger comfort.

•  Large, locking, underseat storage compartment can easily hold a full-face helmet.

•  Rugged rear rack adds additional carrying capacity.

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3 Comments
  • FC
    June 8, 2010
    #1

    went it rains and my drive belt gets wet slips and lose traction those anybody has the same problem I like to know

  • yon
    July 6, 2010
    #2

    Where can i buy a brand new yamaha vino or fino here in philippines? manila area.

  • Marilyn
    July 23, 2011
    #3

    Where can I get yamaha vino in Singapore?

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