Yamaha Mio [Tourist Rental]
Our smallest automatic scooter. The Yamaha Mio is a good choice if you’re a beginner, or if you’re just looking for something to take you around town.
*Please note that this is an automatic bike, meaning you’ll be limited to the city in which you rent the bike and its immediate vicinity. This is for your own safety: automatic scooters lack the power to be ridden for extended periods of time, and they do not handle steep or poorly maintained roads well. If you’re looking to do some touring, please check out our semi-automatic and manual bikes instead!
The Yamaha Mio is our smallest automatic bike. It’s maneuverable and light enough to park easily, making it a great bike for beginners or people who are just looking for something to take them around town. It’s also surprisingly quick for its size and has a decent set of brakes, but it does lack the storage space of bikes like the massive Honda Lead, which can be a bit inconvenient if you’re going shopping or want to store your helmet under your seat.
Of course, if you’re looking to carry a pillion or some luggage you’d be better off with something a bit more powerful like the Honda Vision or the Honda Airblade: weighing down a bike as small as this can strain the engine.
|Dry Weight||91 kg|
|Seat Height||745 mm|
|Fuel Capacity||3.7 litres|
|Fuel System||fuel injection|
*Please bear in mind that, because we stock a few different models of each bike, your model’s specifications may differ slightly from those shown above.
Our Tourist Rental Package is designed for riders who don’t live and work in Vietnam, or who are looking to travel around the country.
- The price for Yamaha Mio Tourist Rental is $7/day. If you rent for 6 days we offer a 7th day free, which comes to $42/week.
- We require a deposit of either $500 or your passport. Your passport must be valid, and contain the visa with which you entered Vietnam.
- There is no mileage limit for Tourist Rentals but, since the this is an automatic scooter, you are limited to the city in which you rent the bike and its immediate vicinity. This is for your own safety: automatic scooters lack the power to be ridden for extended periods of time, and they do not handle steep or poorly maintained roads well.
- If you experience any problems with your bike during the rental period, you must call us immediately so we can help you. While we trust our customers, we don’t necessarily trust local roadside mechanics.
- We service our bikes before and after each rental, but if you’re renting for a long time or riding a lot please let us know when you hit 1,000-1,500km so we can get your bike serviced. You can take it to one of our shops or, alternatively, we’ll recommend a mechanic and reimburse you the cost when you return your bike to us.
- Please note that motorbike insurance is almost impossible to come by in Vietnam. This means that, while we will cover the cost of a breakdown, you will be liable for the cost of repairs in the case of a crash, or the cost of a replacement bike in the case of yours being lost, stolen or damaged beyond repair.
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