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    Default Which Bike is best among Suzuki 150 & Yamaha 125?

    I'm interested to buy a bike on installment. Can you guys please suggest which bike should i buy and which shouldn't? Mention the valid reasons with your statements. I'll prefer responses by bike owners
    • Yamaha YBR 125
    • Yamaha YBR 125G
    • Suzuki GS 150
    • Suzuki GD 110
    • Honda 100


    I was initially interested to buy yamaha 125 but friends are suggesting me to prefer more powerful & reliable Suzuki 150 in the same price.
    Installments plans are quite heavy for 125 & 150 so I'm confused if i should go for Honda 100 or Suzuki GD110?

    Please also suggest the best installment plan for your preferred bike.

    PS: I'm not interested in Honda 125 (no way).
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    Yamaha:
    Brakes
    Comfort
    Road Grip at high speed is awesome
    Looks are awesome

    Suzuki GS:
    a bit more powerful
    Comfortable for pillion rider
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    Bro Suzuki GS 150 i an awesome bike but lacks in some feature:
    1. Disk Brakes
    2. Alloy rims
    3. Fuel and gear identifier on meter.

    But Yamaha YBR have all of them also yamaha have a great look, only yamaha does not have is 150cc engine
    Which not really matters, if you often goes to long routes then choose GS150 other wise go for YAMAHA
    Suzuki GS 150 have new model that do have disk brake and alloy rims but it cost around Rs.158,500/- (without registration)

    Don't go for GD110 or 110s as they are not much powerfull and fuel consumption is as same as GS150

    Also if you buy GS 150 then get its rear tyre changed as bike is quite heavy and is difficult to make it stop on high speeds due to less road grip.

    As far As installment plan is concerned in yamaha case you have to pay the interest whether through bank or through dealer but in case of Suzuki (bank is always an interest game) you can go to any dealer and tell them that you want bike on installment but free of interest.

    They will offer you some packages which are without interest in which you will give them some advance and rest will be given in installments which will be without interest.

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    Bro Suzuki GS 150 i an awesome bike but lacks in some feature:
    1. Disk Brakes
    2. Alloy rims
    3. Fuel and gear identifier on meter.

    But Yamaha YBR have all of them also yamaha have a great look, only yamaha does not have is 150cc engine
    Which not really matters, if you often goes to long routes then choose GS150 other wise go for YAMAHA
    Suzuki GS 150 have new model that do have disk brake and alloy rims but it cost around Rs.158,500/- (without registration)

    Don't go for GD110 or 110s as they are not much powerfull and fuel consumption is as same as GS150

    Also if you buy GS 150 then get its rear tyre changed as bike is quite heavy and is difficult to make it stop on high speeds due to less road grip.

    As far As installment plan is concerned in yamaha case you have to pay the interest whether through bank or through dealer but in case of Suzuki (bank is always an interest game) you can go to any dealer and tell them that you want bike on installment but free of interest.

    They will offer you some packages which are without interest in which you will give them some advance and rest will be given in installments which will be without interest.

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    Thanks for your replies. @s.mohsin.ie So in monetary terms, Its suitable for me to buy Suzuki 150? Yeah I'll also prefer interest free installments, can't I get any suitable interest free installment plan for Yamaha anywhere from Rwp/ISB?
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