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    Default Heavy Bike Experts about Inazuma 250 please

    dear senior experienced brothers, story is that i am eagerly fond of heavy bikes and as i grew up and become independent i decided to have one but problem is when i searched then i found that a good heavy bike is above 1 million and i was in dreams that i can found a good one in 2 to 3 lacs, now after searching 100 of bikes i evaluated that all the bikes in my budget is junk (2 din mechanic ke paas aur 2 din chalai and so on). then comes brand new bikes from suzuki and i like the shape inazuma 250, i don not like overspeed and performance only shashka.
    so kindly recommend me that is this good bike and what will be the reasonable and justified price of a 13 ,14 model inazuma so that i can bear minimum loss if i plans to sell it. (i would not buy brand new because it is far of my budjet and obviously toooooo much loss).

    so please please give your precious time to my post i will be thankfull towarda all of you

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    Quote Originally Posted by manugee View Post
    no brother, kuch samjh ni araha, itne paise kharch ke bhi inazuma heavy bikes ke catagory mein ni ati
    Yeh to hai. It is classified as a standard bike, though a lot more refined than the competition. It's not a shaska bike like the super sport variety (heavy bikes). As far as sound goes, swapping/modding the exhaust could do the trick.

    You said 2012-13 models were being sold in 4-4.25 lakhs. Where did you check to get that price range? Please keep in mind that its cost was 675K when it was introduced here. Suzuki is also offering the Inazuma on installments now.

    A member who sold his Inazuma (ussama.ghanchi) stated that the only real problem is lack of its spare parts availability because of which he sold his bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by farhan_khetran View Post
    Same is the case with Hayabusa. If Suzuki were Assembling it localy its price tag would not have been more than 11-12 lacs.
    All these companys are manufacturing different global models in India localy thats why they are able to enjoy the dream machines like Harley Davidson etc in low prices.
    Sorry some corrections/illustrations needed, my mistake. If Hayabusa were locally manufactured it would have been priced around 14 lacs in accordance with US price in $s( Still less than the price of locally manufactured 1300cc cars Corolla and City). But Pakistani government doesn't allow manufacturing of bikes above 200cc locally.

    In India buyers can't enjoy bikes higher than 500cc in low(reasonable) prices because Indian government doesn't allow manufacturers to manufacture bikes higher than 500cc locally.
    Now the question arises in mind that why these governments put that barriers? The answer is they want to boost/support their local industry and want to generate revenue( the famous sentence: Who can afford(import) it can pay....$s). In India their local manufacturers are manufacturing upto 500cc bikes e.g, Royal Enfield, TVS, Hero etc. So they taking their local industry on par with multinationals. And their local industry has got mature now which is unfortunately not the case with Pakistani industry. People/Companies/Industries learn from copying,doing mistakes & not repeating those mistakes consistently . I was reading the history of famous brand "Sony" Japan. They used to manufacture transistors for some German famous brand(I forgotten the name of that brand). One day CEO of Sony asked to that German brand Head that we want to write our name also on that transistor. German company head said we are recognized world over and who knows you. Sony CEO replied "The day would come when nobody in world would recognize your brand but ours". It was his vision, resolve and his comitment to work that he made that statement true. Thats how the Japenese industry evolved from copying the European/US brands in 70s and it is how Chinese are being evolved by doing the same with Japenese.

    If you see 60s, 70s and 80s indian movies you will spot one car and that would be "Maruati". Even their ministers used to travel in it. They supported their local industry and now they are eating its fruits. So don't get lured by the Indian models, they didn't come to this stage overnight. Once i heard Pakistani officials used to pin papers with thrones of Cactus(Babool) in early days of Independence/Partition. Truth, Sincerity and Devotion needed for our nation. These are some random thoughts intended for specially the lower middle class maybe because i belong to them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aa78 View Post
    Yeh to hai. It is classified as a standard bike, though a lot more refined than the competition. It's not a shaska bike like the super sport variety (heavy bikes). As far as sound goes, swapping/modding the exhaust could do the trick.

    You said 2012-13 models were being sold in 4-4.25 lakhs. Where did you check to get that price range? Please keep in mind that its cost was 675K when it was introduced here. Suzuki is also offering the Inazuma on installments now.

    A member who sold his Inazuma (ussama.ghanchi) stated that the only real problem is lack of its spare parts availability because of which he sold his bike.
    brother is ke resale value 4-4.25 he hai, meine kafi sports bike showroom visit kye hain aur pata chalaya hai, aur is ke buyers bhi bohat kum hain.

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    @manugee Bro why u dont go for GS500e slingshot, it is a bull infact, a mighty machine and can be readily available around 300k

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    Quote Originally Posted by taha66 View Post
    @manugee Bro why u dont go for GS500e slingshot, it is a bull infact, a mighty machine and can be readily available around 300k
    because i already have an experience of rebuilding honda 200 road master, after khuari of 4 to 5 months i learned that used thing is always used whether you do anything to it. ( local mechanic jitna bhi acha ho factory jaise brand new bike ni tyar kar sakta , maslee nikalte rehte hain)

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