Motorcycles in the Philippines are used In our day to day life but traffic is a hassle to the people and commuters, some are planning to have the most trusted and best motorcycle to use in order to lessen the time-consuming traffic.

Now we search the top brands of motorcycles in the Philippines online, to help people in finding their choice. So with no particular order let’s start with the top brands with one of their top featured motorcycle.

  • Yamaha – Mio Aerox

Yamaha Motors in the Philippines wants a grab for the headline by focusing on their big bikes like the MT lines and Tenere, this is their current line-up that hikes the sales to great numbers. The newest Mio, Yamaha is intending to make a good impression on the ‘Miollennials’ with the stop/start system and smart keyless start ignition. Mio is one of Yamaha’s top motorcycle that includes in their bestsellers, and Aerox is one of the top scooters that can be found in the market.

  • Honda – Click 150i

Honda a brand that can’t be outdone is introducing the Honda Click 150i. Featuring standard answer-back systems, start/stop keyless entry ignition. Unlike Mio, this Click 150i doesn’t have the ABS but making up with the Combi Brake made by Honda. This is also included in the top motorcycles in the country, with the Yamaha Motors, these brands are very important in the country for the bike-loving public.

  • BMW – C400X

After Ramon Ang bought BMW Phillippines as the new distributor, BMW Motors have seemed to discover the new lease on their life. A line up of newest scooter/bike publicly announced results a commitment to the Philippines in terms of motorcycles. One of the new bikes introduced by the current management is the BMW C400X. Being in the scooter game is always been known for the Bavarian brand, as from the famous German Maque the C400X is the same premium of quality. This is not even their priority model of this year.

  • Kawasaki – Z900RS

A historical brand that has been selling big bikes in the Philippines for years, Kawasaki is not intending to be outdone by others in the retro bandwagon and shows their Z900RS. With a stylish classic look (a look-alike Honda CB1100EX) and its powerful modern inline-four engine, the Z900RS is a worth to buy the model from the Honda. This pair is not far from its styles and performance or recognition of its brand.

  • Ducati – Scrambler 1100

Ducati sells quite meager numbers of bikes in a year in comparison of Japan manufacturers, but there’s nothing more special as them. The past version of Scrambler was included in their best-selling bikes for years. The new Scrambler 1100 suit with a much larger engine and a thicker frame, this makes it a better choice for an all road motorcycle with premium brand recognition.

  • KTM – 790 Duke

KTM 790 Duke is known as ‘scalpel’, this is a reimagined sport bike in a way that KTM can only manage. The power is great from an all-new engine, this is made as a special bike with its suspension and chassis setup making it ahead comparing to the other bikes of KTM’s. Rumors about this 790 will be produced in Ayala’s KTM plant around Laguna. Then if rumors happen to be true the 390 Duke will hand over its position as the top performance motorcycle in the Philippines.