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What's new? The Mio GTX125

What's new? The Mio GTX125

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Gear up for the ride of your life with the Yamaha MiO GTX125, imported to the Kingdom by Yamaha Cambodia Co Ltd for the first time just two months ago.

Chann Sopheak, Senior Manager of the Sales 3S Division, said that the MiO GTX125 is one of their most special models. It comes equipped with an automatic 125cc engine and can reach speeds at a buttery smoothness beyond the every-day rider’s dreams.

The MiO GTX125 engine cylinder is DiASil, a good quality cylinder made from a mix of aluminium and silicon. The cylinder engine is light, strong and hard – and cools of quicker than normal cylinders. Yamaha is the only brand licensed to use DiASil technology.

“DiASil last a long time, saves money, and allows the motor to accelerate quickly – so the bike can go fast with less gasoline,” said Sopheak.

According to Sopheak, the MiO GTX125 is one of the sportiest motor bikes available.

It stands 125 millimetres from the ground and the metres are designed in a sleek black colour with luminescent numbers, making them clear to see whether it’s day or night time. The storage box is spacious.

The MiO GTX125 comes in three colours: red, purple and blue. Since the model came to Cambodia, Sopheak said the bike has been popular among young Cambodians.

“The MiO GTX125 can go fast and needs less petrol, which is what youth want nowadays,” Sopheak said.

If you are interested in buying the MiO GTX125 but cannot afford it, Yamaha Motor Cambodia will provide a down payment service.

“All you need for our down payment service is a motorbike licence and an identity card,” Sopheak said.

Yamaha Motor Company also has a promotional on the bike at the moment, and will give away free items.

For more information, contact Yamaha Motor Company at Yamaha Town, located at Czechoslovakia Blvd, Veal Vong Commune, 7 Makara District, next to Bak Touk High School.

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