Recently, the new Yamaha Grand Filano Hybrid officially launched in Thailand. The classic-style automatic scooter is equipped with a number of advanced features with prices starting at IDR 27 million. Does the unit enter Indonesia?
Previously, PT Yamaha Indonesia Motor Manufacturing (YIMM) was rumored to be launching the Yamaha Grand Filano at the Indonesia Motorcycles Show or IMOS 2022 exhibition which took place last week. However, the news seems to be wrong. Instead of Grand Filano, they launched a new XMAX and FreeGo.
YIMM’s Assistant GM Marketing, Antonius Widiantoro, can’t say when his party will bring Grand Filano to Indonesia. However, if one day the scooter is present, it will certainly send news.
“Yes, not yet. Later if it does come in, it will be notified,” said Anton when met by detikOto at JCC Senayan, Central after the launch of the new FreeGO.
New Yamaha Grand Filano Hybrid in Thailand. Photo: Greatbiker.
It is known, the presence of the Grand Filano Hybrid is predicted to strengthen the Yamaha market in the Indonesian classic scooter segment. Previously, they first introduced Fazzio with almost the same engine design and specifications.
Yamaha Grand Filano Hybrid Specifications
The Grand Filano Hybrid, which has just launched in Thailand, comes with the concept of automatic premium fashion. The vehicle is designed to resemble scooters made by Europe, especially Italy, such as the Vespa and Lambretta.
The new Yamaha Grand Filano Hybrid launched in Thailand. Photo: Greatbiker.
The new Grand Filano Hybrid is equipped with various modern features, ranging from full LED lighting, an LCD instrument panel with a TFT screen that can be connected to a cellphone with Y-Connect, a cellphone charging socket, a start stop system (SSS), as well as ABS and smart keyless for variants. highest.
The new Yamaha Grand Filano Hybrid still uses the same engine as its predecessor, namely a 125cc bluecore hybrid that produces 6.0 kW of power and 9.7 Nm of peak torque.
In the Land of the White Elephant, the scooter comes in two different variants, namely the Standard at a price of 64,700 baht or Rp. 27.1 million and the ABS Version which is Rp. 2 million more expensive.
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