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    Default When Ride Comfort is the priority -- Help Required!

    As Salam o Alaikum. I've been searching & reading a lot of threads these days, however I couldnt find a specialized thread focusing on riding comfort.

    Actually I am willing to purchase a new motorbike & my choices are amongst GS 150/Pridor, please help me understand amongst these which is the most comfortable daily commuter as I have to cover a distance of 70kms on a daily basis on khi roads.

    Please guide w.r.t

    1.Suspension (Shock absorption ability)
    2.Rising Posture (leaning on front/sitting straight)
    3.Seat & Seat width.

    Anticipating your expert replies Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by naseer_jaan View Post
    bhi aap ne rider chalai hai , kesi lagi hai, i m intreasted to purcha both rider and gd but not finel any 1, zara tafseel se batain rider chalaney main kesi lagi aur kya problem aap ne mehsoos ki ,
    well naseer brother maine 2 din pehlay raider chalai aur mjhe wo comfortable lagi as far as shocks are concerned magar seat kafi narrow hai uski aur ek masla aur hai k mjhe handle ko grip karnay k leay agay bend hona par raha tha thora as i am not too tall, only 5ft 6in is k elawa to zabardast bike hai, zabardast power delivery hai no vibrations, very tall gears

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    Quote Originally Posted by moons View Post
    i dont think so.many GD owners here are getting 50+ mileage..isnt it enough???even m getting 48 to 50 mileage with my gs ALHUMDULILLAH...think about gs also.full of comfort,power and economy too...
    well brother, I am in love with GS too i really want to have it but during my office hours (in evening) the traffic is so intense that I would have to waste all the time on jammed roads burning fuel & sacrificing economy

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    Quote Originally Posted by tabish90 View Post
    well brother, I am in love with GS too i really want to have it but during my office hours (in evening) the traffic is so intense that I would have to waste all the time on jammed roads burning fuel & sacrificing economy
    Then brother the only choice for you is to get a bicycle as all the bikes no matter how many ccs they have will consume fuel in traffic
    or get a chargable scooty

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    Quote Originally Posted by SyedMoazzam View Post
    Then brother the only choice for you is to get a bicycle as all the bikes no matter how many ccs they have will consume fuel in traffic
    or get a chargable scooty
    nice sense of humor bro I see my chonda gullop a fair amount of fuel & i am happy with that too but I dont want to have mamoth power of GS while sitting absolutely Idle

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    Get a sohrab cycle economical+your time will be saved

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    Quote Originally Posted by tabish90 View Post
    well brother, I am in love with GS too i really want to have it but during my office hours (in evening) the traffic is so intense that I would have to waste all the time on jammed roads burning fuel & sacrificing economy
    dear!ur thread has been spread upto 5 pages.bas karo yar ab decision le hi lo...ziada sochtey nai....

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