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    Hello everyone.
    right now i have cd 70 2006 model in black colour.
    well personally i m a fan of honda bcoz of the performance of my bike.
    but i havent tried any other bike yet .
    so next month i m going to selll it and buying a new one(125 or 100cc).

    i want a bike which is fuel efficient,require less maintenance,comfortable,good built quality,availability of spare parts and resale.
    i have short listed few options
    honda 125 delux,ravi piaggo 125,yamaha junoon 100,honda 100,suzuki gs 150.

    plz help me making a decision.
    1st two names are strong contender btw

    ~ thanks

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    History of Honda CG125 / 150

    Consecrated in the market for 32 years, the line reaches the mark of more than six million units soldl. (07/2008)

    The GC family history is synonymous with success in the two two wheels. This is because the line, which is comprised of models CG Fan 125, CG 150 Titan, CG 150 and CG 150 Job Sport, took an important and growing role in the lives of consumers. In 32 years in the country and after six generations, Honda accounts for more than six million motorcycles sold.

    Symbol of evolution

    The success of the CG family began in 1976 when he came to the market the CG 125, the first motorcycle brand of domestic manufacture. Starting the first generation, the model had a 125 cc engine, resulting in performance, durability and agility, both in movement and at play. In 1981, Honda introduced the GC version of Alcohol 125.

    2 nd. generation

    The line has evolved and with it come major changes in the second generation, as the exchange of five-speed in 1983. Another innovation was the bike CG 125 Cargo. The version was presented in 1988 and was for professional use, where I had a rack designed to carry a higher volume and receive the installation of trunk.

    The third generation (1989-1994) arrived with the bike CG 125 Today, that design had to include tail and changes in the panel and the bank. In 1991, the model had more than 70 changes in the engine 74 and the chassis, providing increased power and fuel economy.

    3 rd. generation

    But the innovations did not stop. The fourth generation started in 1994, the bike CG 125 Titan with rounded sides and rear handles. During this period, approximately 90 technical changes made.

    In 2000, the fifth generation design presented in greater harmony and KS versions (starting pedal and drum brakes) and ES (electric start and front disc brake) of the CG 125 Titan. In addition, the model now has headlight reflectors with multifocal panel with fuel gauge, stamped chassis, sealed battery, and larger capacity tank with exclusive anti-tuff-up drain.

    4 th. generation

    The year 2004 began the current generation with the sixth best-selling CG 150 Titan in three versions: KS (starting pedal and drum brakes), ES (electric start and drum brakes) and ESD (electric start, the front brake disk and pedal bracket support attached to the chassis of the hip).

    With 149.2 cm3 engine, motorcycle stands out for its modern design, besides being economical, flexible and durable. Since then, other three models: Fan CG 125, CG 150 and CG 150 Job Sport, which expanded the market base and consolidated definitively the presence of the line.

    5 th. generation

    In 2006, Honda launched a special series of CG 150 Titan to celebrate the automaker's 35 years.

    A model for each public

    CG 150 Special Edition

    Honda has always sought new market trends and exceed the expectations of its customers. With the GC family was no different.

    Locomotion or the day-to-day trips to the weekend, the models are always used with great convenience and economy for users of various ages and social class.

    CG 125 Fan

    Reinforcing the brand concept to facilitate access to own transport, CG Fan 125 meets the needs of a growing number of people with a vocation and be accessible for use in daily transportation or for work.

    With attributes such as versatility, durability, robustness, economy and low and easy maintenance, the CG 150 Titan is the national leader in two-wheelers. Since it was launched in February 2004 to May 2008, a sixth generation accumulates. 748,409 units sold in the country.
    CG 150 Sport

    Combining features like sporty, modern and attractive, as well as practicality and durability, the CG 150 Sport is ideal for urban use and for the day-to-day as locomotion and on weekends for leisure. The model is in line with the aspirations of a public that values ​​performance, technology, style, riding comfort and excitement, especially, differentiation.

    Motorcycle category "urban utility", ordered by companies from many different segments, Honda CG 150 Job brings baggage with a higher load capacity (30kg).
    CG 150 Job

    Job became the benchmark for all self-employed professionals, and public and private companies of various profiles and segments. The model is approved for the carriage of cargo, as it has fixed points for a tie trunk or small volumes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abdullah9014 View Post
    CD100 is the ideal choice.




    Are sure ? You should see a doctor man . I mean at 19, it's a bit too much.
    Do you have some special shocks installed in your bike ?
    hehe nop stock suspension , Doctor nop not 8 all I've visited them and I hate them the way treat me actually I'm patient of WARAM ... yes it's too much I have some respiratory problems but I'm okay with them all I try to do is always smile grin laugh and to have fun and stay happy never being serious in my entire life ....

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    in short I'm just like my AVATAR

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    Quote Originally Posted by camry47 View Post
    major changes in the second generation, as the exchange of five-speed in 1983
    So I guess Atlas cg125 is still waiting to undergo a 29 year old change. They gave 5 speed in 1983, and our cg125 still comes with 4.

    I own a cg125 and have done few tours on it and I can confidently state that there are only 2 facts with cg125:

    1. It is decades old technology, that is so outdated that even our father's had ridden this same bike when they were teenagers.

    2. Unfortunately its competitors are still not able to make anything better, so it still remains the best locally produced bike. This is a sad fact that local manufacturers are finding it hard to beat a technology from 1983 !!

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    Actually if they bring the change they will just thrash their quality and build... I give you example of new bikes compare 92 model with 2011 model any sports bike let's take example CBR and FZR 92 model they were having insane roar sound and acceleration and was having better quality as compared to 2011 models new CBR and FZR sucks like hell less roar sound and performance gets down within the period .... Actually our manufactures don't want to loose their customers as most of the majority like old gen bikes ...

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    Bhaiya in 125cc CG125 classic is an option according to ur needs, but its not a - stand out of the crowd - bike... its too ordinary and for me its BORING!
    And 4 all those who are recommending ravi piaggio, its not available in the market!
    DO NOT GIVE UR MONEY TO ANY DEALER IF UR WANTING TO GET ONE ON INSTALLMENTS!! - it wud simply mean ur money stuck 4 indefinite time period!
    And + parts and services are going to be an issue...

    in 100cc Yamaha Junoon is a nyc package of style, power and economy...
    I own one and its doing gr8 Alhamdolillah.
    Though i must warn u tht DYL is making bikes with many claims and in Pak warranty claim process is a pain in the A s s!
    performance wise its faster than Cd100 and more fuel efficient too.. (If driven carefully) i have achieved top speed of 108Km/Hr on it.
    On the longer run if maintained properly Junoon is tougher than Cd100 as it uses original Art and rik piston from japan and also most of the engine is also imported.
    Parts are pretty expensive too... but also worth the style and power.

    Cd 100 is boring, sick and retard looking... Fat and ugly...
    But quality control wise good... U can forcefully agree ur self to call it a decent looking bike But it wud still suit an uncle driving it.. not any young guy..

    rest id say..
    deluxe is the red sports car with convertible top to attract ur boss's daughter 4 a date!
    But GS150 is a big old heavy Chevy with a hemy engine to rApE any other bike!

    choice is urs.. if not in some serious constraint, go 4 any bike.. experiences r gud!

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    hey auto...lover
    loked last three lines of ur post alot
    legend will revive soon

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    hi there with kaghaz

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    comparison CD100 and Junoon




    Suggest a bike -362949



    Suggest a bike -362951



    Suggest a bike -362954



    The difference is obvious.. :p

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    CD100 is looking decent while junoon has chrome looks means shashka

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    @auto personally I've experienced junoon but I found that bike not powerful as much CD100

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    Quote Originally Posted by camry47 View Post
    @auto personally I've experienced junoon but I found that bike not powerful as much CD100
    97cc Vs 102..

    Junoon k tappets kisi ko thek karnay nai atay.. theek hon tou it has a better punch.. good tuning matter a lot.
    id be keen to race a Cd100 and remove this confusion..
    i might be wrong though
    But i remember my junoon gave a reeeally tough time to 110cc Suzuki sprinter Eco...
    cd100 is 97?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Damnation6 View Post
    here's how your 1988 Honda CG 125 looks like ....seeing is Believing

    BikePics - 1988 Honda CG 125 Home Page on BikePics.Com
    Open your eyes and get a life dude.. stick to your "CLASSY & COPY CAT LOVE"
    Suggest a bike -362965
    Dream is not that which you see while sleeping it is something that does not let you sleep.

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    Calm down r1 :p
    Quote Originally Posted by r1 View Post
    open your eyes and get a life dude.. Stick to your "classy & copy cat love"
    Suggest a bike - 362965 suggest a bike untitled

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    I agree with u Automotorsport_Lover
    Knowledge is power guard it well !

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    Quote Originally Posted by camry47 View Post
    R1 is talking about this one uncle


    Suggest a bike - 362833
    im talking about this one Beta

    BikePics - 1988 Honda CG 125 Home Page on BikePics.Com
    Knowledge is power guard it well !

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    Quote Originally Posted by r1 View Post
    Open your eyes and get a life dude.. stick to your "CLASSY & COPY CAT LOVE"
    Suggest a bike - 362965

    I think man u should better make use of that Brain of Yours ! and go learn the meaning of Life before giving irregular answer .This post totally doesn't make any sense .Piaggio has Its own Design it gives a **** to old pathetic CG 125 and CD100 design , you are most suited on your ancient and old CG 125. You are comparing the design of CD 100 to Ravi Piaggio total insanity !
    Knowledge is power guard it well !

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    cd100 is ugly and old looking. junoon is better

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    Quote Originally Posted by Damnation6 View Post
    I think man u should better make use of that Brain of Yours ! and go learn the meaning of Life before giving irregular answer .This post totally doesn't make any sense .Piaggio has Its own Design it gives a **** to old pathetic CG 125 and CD100 design , you are most suited on your ancient and old CG 125. You are comparing the design of CD 100 to Ravi Piaggio total insanity !
    Don't yell i can feel that was undigested for you. Your bike is best stick to your Chonda!!
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    Bhai designers all across the world get inspirations from each other.. u can go and keep on debating why all cars have 4 tires? Its a copy! lol..
    Somethings are out of copyright claims... the CD100 and piaggio are not copies of each other. inspiration might be there... in foreign markets, there are large no. of bike manufacturers.. so we never know who copied whom?

    Egs: Vitz is a copy of swift... u cant call it a copy though.. vitz has made its own name, but initially the inspiration of Toyota was from award wining swift,s design.

    likewise there are many other Egs... We are all aware of Vtec system by honda or vvti system by Toyota..
    These both are almost same techs with different names... but Mitsubishi was the first manufacturer to make variable valve timing engines.. now Mitsubishi never sued others? did it??

    Its not a healthy debate going on...
    shape doesnt matters, but wht matters is which design is flawless enough to win customer's hearts!

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