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    Hello Pakwheel Friends
    I am planning to buy suzuki hayabusa 2013 white color from suzuki showroom lahore but before i goahead i have few questions..

    i know these questions sound stupid to many but i am bit concern as this bike is new in pakistan market with warranty and all as its officially launched by suzuki pakistan...

    1- Resale value
    2- how much will be deprecation and how much time will it take to sell if need money urgently
    3- i am buying 1st heavy bike and i don't want any other bike then hayabusa as this bike is my dream bike

    Please guys help me to goahead

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    Quote Originally Posted by hash4u View Post
    u r clearly acting like u have made ur mind to buy the bike
    u r a grown up guy

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    do post pics when u buy it.good luck
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    Quote Originally Posted by wasif111 View Post
    You are Right bro. But i dont like any of them.. busa is my dream bike thats what all i know

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    Even if you are interested in Busa and resale is your prime concern,,then never buy a zero meter one..It will cause you a great loss as market rate for low mileage busa is around 16-1700k so you will encounter a straight 0.7 million loss..Just buy a UK spec low mileage busa from a good Motorsport dealer.
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    @wasif111
    May Be Experts here can Help U, Much more Better Who Really Have drove HEAVY BIKES & Real Life Practical Knowledge!

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    & I must say, U must give it Importance, Cuz Being PRACTICAL is wayyyy Different than Just Knowledge,

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    pakistani roads & traffic do not welcome hayabusa, you should buy it in dubai :p
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    Do make a thread when you will buy the beast.

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    First of all IMO buying a 1300cc as your first sportbike is a pretty stupid idea. I would suggest starting off small with a 600cc one at max. Even a 600cc is dangerous enough to kill you if you don't have the discipline to avoid riding like a hooligan & respect what the machine is capable of.

    As far as resale value & time to sell it is concerned, having bought & sold quite a few sportbikes, my experience is that you should forget about these things if you're buying a sportbike. It could sell in a day, or it could take months. They usually hold their value well, but normally people who're in a hurry drop the price down to make it an attractive buy.

    Again, i'd suggest you to please start off with a smaller bike. It takes years to master these machines & a busa has serious amounts of torque that can get you into trouble in a millisecond if you don't know what you're doing. Hope this helps.

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    As with anything that you buy new, especially just being launched into market, the value will essentially drop. Resale for a new bike will not be alot. 24 lacs for bike is only for people with a hobby for it. You need to be wise. A member has already suggested a used bike as it will be less expensive. Still, owning something new has its own perks. I will definitely not recommend a hayabusa as your first bike. Too much power. You will need to adapt to the throttle response and learn to control the bike. The Hayabusa is one of the worlds fastest stock bikes. Be aware. My advice will be to go for used if your concern is resale. And please ride safe. Machines are never friends. Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wasif111 View Post
    Hello Pakwheel Friends
    I am planning to buy suzuki hayabusa 2013 white color from suzuki showroom lahore but before i goahead i have few questions..

    i know these questions sound stupid to many but i am bit concern as this bike is new in pakistan market with warranty and all as its officially launched by suzuki pakistan...

    1- Resale value
    2- how much will be deprecation and how much time will it take to sell if need money urgently
    3- i am buying 1st heavy bike and i don't want any other bike then hayabusa as this bike is my dream bike

    Please guys help me to goahead
    1) bikes take time to sale they dont have good resale if you dont have patience
    2) it depends on the buyer where and whome you want to sell. condition of the bike. if you drove it less then 1000kms and keep it all clean it will sell around 20 not more then that. bussa k buyers buhaat kam hai
    3) wrong descion..! please if your life is precious to you dont buy bussa as a 1st bike.
    bussa have immense power and not easy to handle. trust me ..! start from 600c learn biking properly on it
    i have started from r6 as well then shifted to 1000cc category, i am riding a r1 from quite a while now and took a ride of friends bussa the other day it was even difficult for me to grip it specially its braking and torque, do yourself a favour please dont buy bussa.
    else your money your life your decision.
    even ap r6 1st time ek dafa chala kar dekhlo it will scare you like hell
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    Thank u so much all my ftiends and I really love the way u all guys care And Give your sugesstions which really Help me to choice best bike for me. I have one question , 2013 hayabusa has Feature of mode A,B,C mode A means Full Power, B means Power of 750cc and Mode c is 600cc Power, so people who suggest me 600cc what they think about this Feature as its Feature only available In 2013 hayabusa..

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    The drive modes have been around for a while in the gsxr600/1000 series. While it is an effective way to cut down the power & make the bike less volatile, don't forget that the busa weighs a lot more than the smaller displacement bikes.

    That additional weight makes it all the more harder to control & learn on, especially for a newbie biker. Your skills would improve much more if you started off with a smaller bike & gradually worked your way up.

    While it's not impossible to learn on a liter+ bike it's not recommended as you've already been advised by many bikers here. Just to give you an idea, i've been riding for a few years & even now sometimes when i crack the throttle wide open & hit the limiter i still get scared, the power delivery is so fast & ferocious. Experienced riders go down all the time, it's so easy to make a mistake it just takes a split-second. So a newbie being on such a machine is just asking for trouble.

    Rest as a1ms said, it's your life & your money, seems like your mind is already made up. Ride safe whatever you do decide to get.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Getafix View Post
    The drive modes have been around for a while in the gsxr600/1000 series. While it is an effective way to cut down the power & make the bike less volatile, don't forget that the busa weighs a lot more than the smaller displacement bikes.

    That additional weight makes it all the more harder to control & learn on, especially for a newbie biker. Your skills would improve much more if you started off with a smaller bike & gradually worked your way up.

    While it's not impossible to learn on a liter+ bike it's not recommended as you've already been advised by many bikers here. Just to give you an idea, i've been riding for a few years & even now sometimes when i crack the throttle wide open & hit the limiter i still get scared, the power delivery is so fast & ferocious. Experienced riders go down all the time, it's so easy to make a mistake it just takes a split-second. So a newbie being on such a machine is just asking for trouble.

    Rest as a1ms said, it's your life & your money, seems like your mind is already made up. Ride safe whatever you do decide to get.
    Thank you so much brother.. i Will visit defence lahore market to look for r6 or maybe i might go for intruder m800


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    did you read the article I shared in the first comment?

    to ride a superbike, you need to develop your reflexes and muscle memory, you cannot control these things just with your conscious brain. and those two skills take time to develop. and do not underestimate the 600cc supersport / race replicas, they are hardly a second slower than hayabusa in standing quarter mile and only 4 tenths slower in 0-60 mph. and on a twisty track, they may even beat hayabusa because of their agility

    If you are really passionate about hayabusa, you must get it, but follow the proper path, and move one step at a time, and even if you don't find the smaller bikes that attractive, consider them a course that would lead you to your dream.
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    I hope you hae a good experience with heavy rides , a good time with 1 liter or a half liter bike is a must before going for some thing like ZX or bausa ... I hope you have your homework.

    wasif bhai do you really need to consider this when going for a dream machine ?

    1 - Resale would solely depend on the way you keep it ..
    2 - I think they way money is degrading its gona be expensive day by day instead of depreciation but we must stay realistic it will loose good moeny if you are already planning to sell even before buying it ..
    3 - For your 3rd point The other two points are invalid when going for a Dream machine.


    Quote Originally Posted by wasif111 View Post
    1- Resale value
    2- how much will be deprecation and how much time will it take to sell if need money urgently
    3- i am buying 1st heavy bike and i don't want any other bike then hayabusa as this bike is my dream bike
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    Quote Originally Posted by wasif111 View Post
    Hello Pakwheel Friends
    I am planning to buy suzuki hayabusa 2013 white color from suzuki showroom lahore but before i goahead i have few questions..

    Please guys help me to goahead
    Having read all the comments above they are right don't go for a 1300cc bike directly if you haven't driven atleast a 600cc bike before, the first heavy machine i road for the first time was an R6, before that i had not driven any heavy machine and believe me i couldn't control the bike and got scared so much, because of the quick acceleration that i almost almost crashed the bike, after that first i practiced on a gs-500 to have know how of heavy machines and then learned how to control these machines. It takes times to learn

    Ride safe with whatever you decide to buy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skt_Z4 View Post
    @wasif111
    May Be Experts here can Help U, Much more Better Who Really Have drove HEAVY BIKES & Real Life Practical Knowledge!

    @a1ms @Getafix @Kamil7 @v8
    & I must say, U must give it Importance, Cuz Being PRACTICAL is wayyyy Different than Just Knowledge,

    & Sir "Jab CHASKAAA Charha ho, Tu Sirf Wohi Mashwara ahca lagta hai, Jo aap ki Marzi ho" Its Human Nature

    Be Realistic, Think Wisely & Remember Consequences. Every work in this world has steps. If U Directly go to Destination, U Know what will be the consequences. "Zindagi Rahi tu Kai or Bikes bhi Khareedi ja skti hai"

    Otherwise Ur Money, Ur Choice! Simple!


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    Today my visit to see beauty in white.. Kiss's muahhhhh love it

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    I think the first question should be "What are you riding currently"?

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    Bhai its been long time i didnt ride any bike as i was in dubai from last 12 years and there i was just driving car...
    but this bike is my all time fav and i just simply love to own this beast..
    but as of all my brothers here advised me to go for 600cc 1st then i might buy R6 for now and will use it for 6 months to 1 year then i will start using hayabusa..

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    Quote Originally Posted by wasif111 View Post
    Bhai its been long time i didnt ride any bike as i was in dubai from last 12 years and there i was just driving car...
    but this bike is my all time fav and i just simply love to own this beast..
    but as of all my brothers here advised me to go for 600cc 1st then i might buy R6 for now and will use it for 6 months to 1 year then i will start using hayabusa..
    Ok cool. I asked because maybe u were already riding heavy bikes and wanted to buy this one so in that case advising u a smaller bike was irrelevant really.

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