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    Default Indian bikes vs Pakistani bikes

    i thnk indian bikes r best
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    lol @ insan
    Almost everyone in Pakistan is doing corruption to the extent they can. Our leaders are doing at the level they can do. So why should we complain?

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    loll...well if they were to compare that...i'd compare our MOLA JUTT with their Bajaj Pulsar
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    There is no comparision between Indian bikes and Pakistani bikes.

    Apart from dominating the Indian bike market, Indian bikes are also quite popular in foreign countries like mexico, peru, colombia, nigeria, indonesia, bangladesh, sri lanka, nepal etc.

    the Indian bikes makers like Bajaj and TVS have decades if experience of making high quality bikes which can compete with the Japanese bikes.
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    I was really stunned to see the Pakistani bike market. The 3 pictures of Pakistani bikes posted by Khan_nomakhan look 20 years outdated at its best! I guess those Indian bikes are some of the best available there, but are those really the best Pakistani assembled / manufactured bikes available in Pakistan?

    Especially the first picture of Pakistani bike posted. The middle looks really deformed and awful. Is it a Honda?

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    they are all honda and suck really bad (N)
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    paki bikes r much btr than indians ...m nt bias bt as a matter of fact body,running average n efficiency of paki bikes r gr8

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    pk bikes r ****
    as compared to indian bikes

    prices
    models
    beauty
    realibilty
    durablity
    mileage
    spare parts
    service
    n what left

    here in pak v hav only 70 100 125

    but has 50 - 1600 cc local made bikes

    our 125 does hardly 40-45 km
    n indians claim more than 100 lm\l


    so pk bike r ****
    my life starts after 240 km\h
    this proves i m a deadman in static

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    They got nearly all the steel mills and the iron deposit areas as well, at the time of division, Now even if they dont produce anything good, then its just foolishness,
    But they did it with the magic of media
    As far as i am concerned, these bikes look like Cheap Chinese bikes that we get in PK, Looks Nice and promises many things, But once you own it, its Weepin time
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    Indian 125 cc bikes like the Bajaj XCD shown below do promise 109 Kmpl but only under standard test conditions, which means riding on a smooth road at around 50 kmph with a 60 kg rider and without any traffic.

    In real life road-traffic conditions the 125 cc Bajaj XCD delivers around 65-70 Kmpl


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    The 150cc Bajaj Pulsar 150 makes 14 bhp power and delivers a mileage of around 50-55 kmpl in real life

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    The 180cc Bajaj Pulsar 180 makes 16.5 bhp power and delivers a mileage of around 40-45 kmpl in real life

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    The 200cc Bajaj Pulsar 200 makes 18 bhp power and delivers a mileage of around 40-45 kmpl in real life

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    The 220cc Bajaj Pulsar 220 makes 20 bhp power and delivers a mileage of around 35-40 kmpl in real life

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    The 135 cc Bajaj Discover 135 makes 13 bhp and delivers around 55-60 kmpl in real life

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    The 200 cc cruiser bike, Bajaj Avenger 200 makes 18 bhp power and returns about 35-40 kmpl

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    I found this pic of the CD70 presently sold in Pakistan by Atlas Honda.

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    Hero Honda of India used to sell a similar model called the CD100 way back in 1985-1990

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    So it looks like the Pakistani Bike scene is behind India by around 20 years.
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    Lolz, the 85-90 CD100 looks anytime better than the present CD70!!:|

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    @Desiboy

    How much the Bajaj Avenger cost there? Its a bike I might like to import some day.
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    @7'th gear

    the Bajaj Avenger costs around Rs. 68,000 Indian currency in India.
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    Oh boy I am moving to India!!
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    we have a ravi piaggio which is far more better than indian bikes in terms of quality.people give some time to pakistani companies they are makisng better bikes now.this process will lead to more better bikes in future.
    indian bike industry did not make progresse in one day.they also took time.though there bikes looks good but our honda, suzuki, ravi piaggio are not less than thier bikes.it is just the magic of their media.which is making us crazy.
    people here should encourage pakistani products and give them some time.they can make more better bikes than indians.

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    "though there bikes looks good but our honda, suzuki, ravi piaggio are not less than thier bikes.it is just the magic of their media.which is making us crazy."

    You make some important points mate and I'd be interested in finding out in what way are the Pakistani bikes the same or perhaps even better than the Indian ones. Also another question for you how does the Indian media make you crazy ?
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    Sir,

    After all these useless comments made by other posters you provide the best argument. I bow to your wisdom. The so called quality of Indian bikes is just another fine triumph of the cunning Indian media no doubt. And they seem to have co-opted the corrupt world media in this racket as well. Down with the media now !

    I pity the smugglers who risk so much ferrying across Indian MRF tyres to Pakistan that no one wants to buy May Allah almighty shower his benevolence on these foolish smugglers.

    I pity those gullible people across the worlds who buy Indian automobiles. Some are even forming owners club to celebrate their misery. Time now to issue a fatwa on that Indonesian pulsar club !

    I applaud the fine understanding a Pakistani customer will displays while paying big money for a Ravi Piagio. So what is that bike looks something from the 70’s. Presumably that period was the heyday of bike technology. Shame on Bajaj to waste so much money developing high tech bikes when the pinnacle was already reached 20 yrs back by CD70. They must stop development of the new MPFI Pulsars now !

    So what if Ravi Piagio offers only 10,000km warranty? Bajaj with its 30,000km/2yrs extendable to 50,000km warranty is only playing on gullible customers. Again the media is being manipulated by big business. Down with Indian media and its moles on pakwheel! Speaking of moles nickatnite tops my suspects list.

    But Sir your most persuasive comment was made on the other thread whereas you mentioned that Indian bikes are a disgrace to Pakistani ladies. To my limited understanding it would appear that the pillion seats on Indian bikes are inadequate to sufficiently accommodate the graceful posteriors (and ample I assume) of Pakistan ladies. That Sir, is the clincher for me. No more counter to this superbly well thought reasoning. Let the Indians keep those small seat bikes to them for ferrying their malnourished women!

    This discussion is comprehensively settled and now admins should lock this thread.

    As an Indian I am disappointed that our bikes won’t find a market in Pak. But I fully agree that the gracefulness that a CD70 will display while ferrying the delicates of a stately mohterma can never be matched by a mere Bajaj or TVS.

    Sir, thank you so much for being such a fine treasure. (Y)
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