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  • Transmission manual
  • Gears 5 gears
  • Engine Size 150 cc
  • Top Speed 130 kph
  • Cruise Speed 70 kph
  • Tank Size 4.7 litres
( 18-August-2017 )

Stock displayed here does not anticipate pre-bookings. The motorbikes in the garage may not be available.


Price to buy




With passport. Collect passport and deposit when returning the motorbike.

35 day Buyback price


Yamaha Exciter

Most common manual motorbike in Vietnam!
The Yamaha Exciter motorcycle is the most common manual motorbike in Vietnam.
Yamaha Exciters have a racing background but through the years the frame and size of the motorbike has been getting larger.

The modern 150cc Yamaha Exciter is large enough to make most drivers relatively comfortable on a long drive.

The Yamaha Exciter gets consistently high reviews from travelers and expats. It is a fun sporty bike that does not have many downsides by those who experience it. Stop by our office and have a test, you will experience what all the excitement is about.

The transformation!
The racing background and modern conveniences of becoming the most common manual motorbike in Vietnam clearly shine through when driving the Exciter. Gently drive around the city and fit in with all the other locals….. it is just another everyday Exciter on the road. A very nice motorbike indeed, but nothing unusual to be seen.

Hit the countryside roads and open the Exciter up and a thundering engine is unleashed with a noise that will send a shiver down the drivers spine. It transforms from a quiet city scooter into a monstrous growling motorbike in split-seconds.

The happy all rounder!
The Winner is for the gadget geek wanting a high quality and stable vehicle. The raider is for the boy racer wanting more bling than a Rolex watch.

The Exciter falls smack in the middle. Providing a sensible choice of practicality and character all in one motorbike.

Videos are filmed with a wide angle go-pro. Footage appears faster and in closer proximity than in real life.
If viewers believe the driving on display is unacceptable, please do contact us as we are considering/reviewing this marketing technique.

17 responses to “Yamaha Exciter”

  1. Danny says:

    Hi, am looking at a 2 month bike trip starting HCMC and finishing in Hanoi with my Vietnamese partner. Your web site states you can hire with handing over passport,, as most accomodation wish to see or hold your passport while traveling how does this work? Also what bike would you recommend with a pillion passenger ?
    Thanks in advance

    • Jon - TigitMotorbikes says:

      Each bike has a monetary deposit. In this case $2500 and buyback $2150.
      It is possible to travel with a copy of a passport though.

      For two people on one motorbike, then the Honda XR is the most comfortable. Followed by the Honda Winner.

  2. Carla says:

    Hi we are looking for a motorcycle to buy or rent for traveling along Vietnam.. Could you please send me the best options for two people motorcycle and prices.. Many thanks

    • Jon - TigitMotorbikes says:

      For two people the XR is the most comfortable. However it does have some downfalls based around how difficult they are to fix.
      For a balance of a holiday not going wrong + 2 people then the Honda Winner is the next best choice.

  3. Pedro Araújo says:

    I’m looking to buy a motorbike on a buy back basis. Planing to travel all around Vietnam in around 2 months total . Can you send me an email with recommendations and prices ? Many thanks

    • Jon - TigitMotorbikes says:

      An email was sent, but basically look down the left hand side to get a quote for each model. Watch the videos, get the price then let me know which motorbike is of interest.

  4. Alex says:

    Hi, I’m looking for a bike on the buy back basis for traveling from HCMC to Hoi An for 10 days. I’m currently in HCMC & would like the bike to travel from 03/03/2017. What do you recommend?
    Thanks, Alx

    • Jon - TigitMotorbikes says:

      The Honda Blade is the best for short term rental. We have run out of manuals for now.
      Sent an email with more information.

  5. Albert says:

    Hi, I’m looking for a bike on the buy back basis for traveling from HCMC to either Hanoi/Cambodia for around 30-35 days. I’m currently in HCMC & would like the bike to travel around the city to explore…What do you recommend?

  6. Jay becker says:

    Hello. I am looking to rent a 115-125cc bike from hanoi or defang to HCMC starting on the 20th or 21st of January. Any help.

    Thanks so much


  7. Scott L says:

    Hi I am flying in and out of DA NANG Jan.13-Feb2 (3 weeks).
    I would like a nice reliable bike for my vacation visit to tour around daily and see the sights of the area.

    What can you offer us for long term rental or buy/buyback contract?

  8. Nick says:

    Hi, im looking at a bike on a buy-back basis. I am looking at travelling from ho chi minh, into cambodia and back within 28 days. Do you permit this with your bikes?

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