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    Default Fuel Consumption of GS150 RP125 and CG125

    I would like owners of these respective bikes to give their views on the mileage of their motorcycle.

    Especially new owners, because i have to make a decision on buying between these soon.

    Looking forward to your responses. :-)

    Owners' response:

    GS150: 42kmpl, 38-42kmpl(non E2) 42+(E2)
    RP125: 35, 40
    CG125: 40KMPL, 35KMPL


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    Quote Originally Posted by abobobilly View Post
    @salmankhan_627! 55? NEW CG? Bhai kiyon mazaq karte ho.

    Or maybe you are measuring your fuel average with that stupid "1 liter bottle" method, OR ... "Rs.500 main xyz km chal gayi so achi avg hay".

    Even the 2014 CD70 barely does 55km/L, and you are telling me a "CG125" can do 50, wo bhi new model? PTFFF....
    Sir it was in 2013, petrol was for Rs. 98 and I had fueled up for Rs. 500. Bike was in the what we say RUNNING period and for that 500 it ran 262kms and I then had a refill because it was about to go dead
    Its been a year and it still can give me 40-45 any day I want. I have a 60km daily drive on it on the highway but at the speed I drive 35-38 is the max output.
    Plus I do have a CD70 at home and it very easily does above 60km/l, my younger brother has it and you know how kids drive bikes.

    The Euro's do provide a better millage but they are not as fast as the previous ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Automotorsport_Lover View Post
    New cg at economy speed does give excellent milage.. 45-50kmpl is achievable... im glad n surprised, its mileage is infact atm better than my junoon with cruising under 80kmph..
    well that is indeed surprising but in my opinion Junoon at 80 has a much better and smoother drive then a CG at 80. Also a CG won't give you 45-50 on 80km/h

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    Quote Originally Posted by asimgujjar View Post
    My GS-150 E2 is giving 45 KM/L.
    what is the max speed you achieved on your GS? I have heard that its rear break is quite a pain, is that true?

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    honda cg 125 euro2 2012 model .... 45 to 48 km/L. 20 km (one side) signal free drive in lahore with out any brake at 55 km/h speed 92 kg weight on bike

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    Quote Originally Posted by salmankhan_627 View Post
    well that is indeed surprising but in my opinion Junoon at 80 has a much better and smoother drive then a CG at 80. Also a CG won't give you 45-50 on 80km/h
    plz re-read my post, iv nowhere compared comfort, and iv stated clearly staying below 80kmph... now which part of it u don't understand?

    Only if u paid attention in ur school!

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    GS 150

    Recently, consumed 9 Litres of fuel on a trip from Naz Cinema, Rawalpindi to Mcleod Road, Lahore. Average speed during the trip 80km/h.

    Within the city: Don't know, but not a pain in butt like the CG.

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    Quote Originally Posted by salmankhan_627 View Post
    I have heard that its rear break is quite a pain, is that true?
    Its a nightmare on Elm Street!! Keeps you up at night!! Literally!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Automotorsport_Lover View Post
    plz re-read my post, iv nowhere compared comfort, and iv stated clearly staying below 80kmph... now which part of it u don't understand?

    Only if u paid attention in ur school!
    you didn't compare the comfort, I did, just my admiration for Junoon. As not many people are fond of this bike.
    And the other one was NOT a comparison, just a figure and fact. Don't take it personally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ansee View Post
    Its a nightmare on Elm Street!! Keeps you up at night!! Literally!
    hmm, there is a post named as "Blessed with a GS150" you should go through that. I read that last night and there was remedy proposed to this nightmare.
    btw what's the max speed a GS150 can do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by salmankhan_627 View Post
    btw what's the max speed a GS150 can do?
    I have done 118 on GPS.

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    Ravi Piaggio can attain upto 45kmpl if you keep the speed till 70 kmph.
    you may have to adjust the float level from carburetor. To calculate accurate float height, download the manual for PZ-26 carburetor. and then adjust it accordingly.
    Float level plays a vital role in achieving correct mixture settings which mostly people ignore.

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    My CG 125 euro 2 giving 45 km/l i drive mostly at speed between 60 to 80 km ...


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    My GS 150 euro 2 giving me 45-50 per liter very easily never tuned up from anyone yet from purchasing. till 8000 kilometers done. max speed me achieve on this bike was 115km/h very very comfortable in all those bikes still i have droven

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    Any body can tell how is gs 150



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