2019 SYM Jet14 200 and Mio 110 now in Malaysia, priced at RM7,888 and RM5,888 respectively
Entering the Malaysia market is the 2019 SYM Jet14 200 and Mio 110 scooters, priced at RM7,888 and RM5,888, respectively. Pricing does not include road tax, insurance and registration and deliveries to authorised SYM Malaysia dealers begins next week.
Following on from the SYM Jet14 125 scooter, the Jet14 200 is targetted at the 150 cc scooter market, notably the Yamaha NMax (RM8,409). Fitted with 14-inch wheels, a new feature on the Jet14 200 is front-wheel ABS which works on a 260 mm hydraulic disc brake while the rear wheel is stopped with a 220 mm diameter hydraulic disc.
Coming with a 168.9 cc single-cylinder air-cooled OHC power plant that is Euro 4 compliant, the Jet14 200 produces a claimed 11.8 hp at 8,000 rpm and 12.2 Nm of torque at 6,000 rpm. Fed by EFI, the Jet14 uses CVT and belt final drive as is normal for scooters in this market segment.
Seat height is set at 780 mm while weight is claimed to be 134 kg with fuel carried in a 7.5-litre tank. There are three colour options for the SYM Jet14 200 – Cedar Brown, Jet Black, and Steel Gray and an additional feature is an immobiliser switch under the seat, which also storage for one full-face helmet.
For the smaller budget scooter segment is the Mio 110 which is targetted at the lady rider for daily urban riding. Up 10 cc from the previous generation Mio 100, the Mio 110 is driven by a 111 cc OHC air-cooled, single-cylinder engine which is good for 7.37 hp at 7,000 rpm and 7.3 Nm of torque at 5,500 rpm.
Starting is with both electric and kickstarter and the engine is Euro 3 compliant with fuelling by EFI. Seat height is 720 mm and weight for the Mio 110 is 93 kg, making it easy to handle for all riders.
Coming in three colour choices – Paper Mint, Flamingo, and Matte Black – the Mio 110 rolls on 10-inch wheels with a 160 mm diameter disc brake in front and drum brake at the back. Both the SYM Jet14 200 and Mio 110 come with a two-year or 20,000 km warranty against manufacturing defects.