The Yamaha Mio is a small motorcycle / scooter with a CVT transmission made by Yamaha Motor. Introduced in the Southeast Asian market in 2003 as the successor to the Nouvo. In Malaysia, this model known as Yamaha Ego. In 2007, there are about 76,000 customers in the Malaysian market Ego.  Along with his counterpart from the Yamaha Nouvo, Mio / Ego is a platform for customization in Thailand, Malaysia and the Philippines.
Studies based on sales performance and technical Yamaha Nouvo also the successor to Yamaha's R and D team, in 2003, Yamaha Motor has successfully developed and marketed Yamaha million in the countries of Southeast Asia and March 2004, Hong Leong Yamaha (DALY) has introduced this model in Malaysia and change the name of Yamaha as I do.
2006 brought new changes to the Mio, including the name has been renovated and has since become known as Yamaha Alma million euros (except for the Malaysian market).
Physical change can also be seen in this 2006 model specification, this includes an aggressive facelift Yamaha team, with new headlight design in the form of V for the range of better night vision and new design body stripes, but the engine specification is still remain the same with the 2003 model specifications. Security concerns, the backlight has also been re-design with the addition of a reflector device.
For the Malaysian market, new Notice has taken the responsibility to change the name of this new model Yamaha Ego S (S for Sport) and the launch in October 2007. The presentation took place at the Sheraton Subang Hotel in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia