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    Aoa guys...

    Help me decide which bike should I buy? My daily commute is 35+35 = 70kms... hence I need a bigger bike, currently I own a 2010 Yamaha Junoon which I shall be putting up for sale soon...

    Since I have a busy schedule and long commute my preference is of a reliable bike, comfortable and trouble free. I have kept Junoon for 4yrs and what I hated the most was lack of after sales and mechanics resulting in huge time waste... since I now have a job, I don't afford time wastage...

    Help me choose amongst the following bikes:

    HONDA CG 125 CLASSIC.....102,500Rs
    HONDA CG DREAM..... 105,900Rs
    HONDA CG 125 DELUXE..... 124,000Rs

    SUZUKI GS 150..... 119,500Rs

    RAVI PIAGGIO STORM 125..... 112,000Rs

    Im not a Honda fan... and I expect that very soon Atlas Honda is going to suffer from same fate as dyl... I think Honda Japan would take over and kick atlas out very soon... should I buy an atlas honda bike?

    I personally like Ravi Piaggio a lot... but is it a trouble free bike? With good after sales? Or I would have to worry and run for claims and issues in my new bike? (Which kills the reliability part )

    Has the quality of GS150 improved after the recent price hike? 119,500 is insane price for GS as per Suzuki's pricing history...

    Expert opinions required: @vickytulla ? Others... plz pour feedback

    Thnx!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gemini85 View Post
    NEED HELP I WANT TO BUY A NEW BIKE
    1) FUEL EFFICIENT 2) COMFORTABLE 3) 100/110cc CATEGORY.
    I M STUCK BETWEEN PRIDOR AND RAIDER. WHICH BIKE PERFORM WELL ON LONG ROUTES HILLY TERRAIN IN TERMS OF COMFORT AND POWER.
    For power i would recommend raider. For comfort pridor.

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    Suzuki GD-110 better option hy

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    By the way i am also planning to buy a 125 CC Insha-Allah Next month
    Kbhi 0nline aa0 na khushboo lga kay

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    Quote Originally Posted by hax0r-l30 View Post
    By the way i am also planning to buy a 125 CC Insha-Allah Next month
    Me toO.!!


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    Ahan so which bike are you planning for ???
    Quote Originally Posted by mianasadqadeer View Post
    Me toO.!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by hax0r-l30 View Post
    Ahan so which bike are you planning for ???
    Should go for deluXe...ya CG classic what yew think which is best?


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    Delexue is the best but the maintenance ( Parts etc) is a bit expensive as compared to CG and most important thing is pray that you don't get any faulty piece otherwise bike is comfortable and security wise it has good design... best of luck for your purchase
    and by the way em going for ravi Piaggio
    Quote Originally Posted by mianasadqadeer View Post
    Should go for deluXe...ya CG classic what yew think which is best?


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    Quote Originally Posted by hax0r-l30 View Post
    Delexue is the best but the maintenance ( Parts etc) is a bit expensive as compared to CG and most important thing is pray that you don't get any faulty piece otherwise bike is comfortable and security wise it has good design... best of luck for your purchase
    and by the way em going for ravi Piaggio
    Thanks brO but your talk about faulty piece afraids me..no..if this true i shall never go for deluxe then the classic one is best for me


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    @auto hahaha on atlas deluxe in the end luck matters most. Be it a bike or a job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juste View Post
    @auto hahaha on atlas deluxe in the end luck matters most. Be it a bike or a job.

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