Scooters are getting more and more popular nowadays. While some are still fond of using manual or semi-manual motorcycle, most of the motorycle-riding public are now looking for trendy and sporty scooters. While most of the motorcycle manufacturers have their respective models on the scooter list, some riders prefer their “Dean’s List”. Among the list are the higher engine displacement scooters in town. Heres a quick look from the head to head match-up between the people’s top choices among the Automatic Category. Yeah, you heard it right. A battle between the Yamaha Aerox 155 and Honda Click150:

CATEGORY SPECIFICATIONS

(YAMAHA) 

MIO AEROX 155

(HONDA)

CLICK 150i

Winner Comment
Available Color/S Orange, Blue and Black Brown, Blue and Black

Same

Overall length/width/height 1990mm x 700mm x 1125mm 1,921mm x 683mm x 1,096mm Better in aerodynamics (Air resistance while driving)
Wheelbase 1,350mm 1280mmv Easier to maneuver
Min. ground clearance 142mm 135mm Better for more types of road conditions
Seat height 790mm 765mm Better riding comfort
Curb Weight 116kg 110kg Lighter and better in maneuvering
Fuel tank capacity 4.6L 5.5L Higher Fuel Capacity – Hassle Free ride
Underseat Storage Capacity 25L 18L More room for storage
Engine type Liquid Cooled, 4-Stroke , SOHC, 4-valve 4-Stroke, SOHC, Liquid Cooled, eSP Same
Cylinder arrangement Single Cylinder Single Cylinder Same
Displacement 155.1cc 150cc Higher engine
Maximum Output 11.1 kW @ 8,000 rpm 9.3kW (11.4PS) @ 8500rpm Higher Power Output
Starter Electric Starter ACG Starter (Electiric and Kick) Better to have Kick Starter for alternative
Engine oil volume Total: 1.0 Liter; Periodical: 0.9 Liter Total 0.9Liter ; Periodical 0.8 Liter Savings on lesser oil
Fuel Supply Type Fuel Injection PGM-Fi Same
Transmission type V-Belt automatic V-Belt automatic Same
Frame type Underbone Underbone Same
Suspensions (front/rear) Telescopic / Unit Swing Telescopic / Unit swing Same
Tire size (front/rear) 110/80-14 C53P (tubeless)
140/70-14 C62P (tubeless)
80/90 -14M/C 40P (tubeless)
90/90-14M/C 46p (tubeless)
Bigger and Wider Tires for more stability
Brakes (front/rear) Hydraulic Single Disk / Mechanical Drum Brake Hydraulic Disc
Mechanical Leading Trailing
Same
Headlight LED LED Same
Safety & Environment n/a ISS, Combi-Brake & Parking Brake Feel safer on and off the road
Others Features Electric Power Socket, Fuel Lid Button Answer Back System Better trendy features

While specifications may be a reference, things may still be subjective. Say, Click 150 may be smaller but easier to maneuver. But some may find the Yamahe Aerox having an edge because it is bigger and has a more muscular look. Feel free to let us know who your winner is in the comment section!