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    Quote Originally Posted by Junaid_riaz View Post
    All the people are talking about Indian Bikes, with out driving these Bikes,
    Commenting on the basis of information is only through Adds.
    So we must not comment without actual riding the bike.

    However My Opinion, the local Indian Bikes will be of same quality as we found of Chinese Bikes in Pakistan, if this is not true then How Japanese are entering in this market aggressively, with higher price, and hopefully better quality.

    Why Pakistani Bikes do not come in good shape, the only reason is that 90% of bike consumers are rural areas, and they like classic shape (as it can carry 3 to 4 people easily),

    Lastly Pakistani bikes and Rikshaws are in demand in Bangladesh and Sirilanka

    So do not under estimate our Country.
    ALLAH SAY DUA KARO KEH HMAIN NAIK AUR MUKHLIS LEADERSHIP ATA FARMAYEE.
    Come on yar, its about time that we admit this that India is making progress and we on the other hand are going to end up in stone age. The auto mobile industry of India is proof of their progress. As for the shape and technology of Pakistani bikes is concerned, sir, majority of people using bikes have traded their donkeys for bikes so these 50 year old designs seem new for them. And Lastly the dream for a good leadership WILL remain just a dream if you dont believe me then look around you'll see corruption everywhere.

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    Indian Bikes are more in varieties.There are number of companies and they have number of models.I think they are best as compare to the Pakistani Bikes.

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    Indian bikes are priced at same (or even more) level than Japanese bikes in India. Their quality is as good as Japanese bikes.

    India has really progressed a lot over the years.


    This is the latest bike from Honda in India. The Honda CBR250R.

    Liquid cooled, 250 cc, fuel injected and even got ABS. Price is 1.5 lakhs Indian rupees.


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    Quote Originally Posted by elden View Post
    Indian Bikes are more in varieties.There are number of companies and they have number of models.I think they are best as compare to the Pakistani Bikes.

    There is simply no comparison. India is now way ahead.
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    BMW bikes launched in India.First showroom is in Delhi.

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    Hero group now makes gearboxes for BMW motorcycles.
    BMW Motorcycles to Use Indian Made Gearboxes - autoevolution
    secularism is the norm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sanerider View Post
    Hero group now makes gearboxes for BMW motorcycles.
    BMW Motorcycles to Use Indian Made Gearboxes - autoevolution
    Do they assemble there bikes here? I thought they will come as CBU.
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    Coverage of Kawasaki Ninja 650R launch in India with photos | Indiaon2wheels

    Kawasaki Ninja 650R launch coverage

    Today the Kawasaki Ninja 650R was launched in Pune and on behalf of Indiaon2Wheels, Nevendu Singh aka. Nav75 (big thanks to him) was there to cover the launch of this game changing sports bike in India.
    Since we have already detailed the features, price and specifications of the Ninja 650R in this post, this is mainly going to be a visual treat, followed by the official press release issued by India Kawasaki Motors.
    Kawasaki Ninja 650R, waiting to unveiled


    Indian bikes vs Pakistani bikes - kawasaki ninja 650r launch
    Rajiv Bajaj (MD Bajaj Auto) and Yoshiro Segawa, (MD India Kawasaki Motors) posing for the media
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    Yoshiro Segawa (MD India Kawasaki Motors) on the Kawasaki Ninja 650R
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    Pune, June 8th 2011: Bajaj Auto and Kawasaki today launched the highly anticipated Ninja 650R. This world renowned motorcycle deftly combines ample power (72 PS), serious torque (66 Nm), perfect ergonomics, nimble handling and supersport styling. It will be sold and serviced exclusively through Bajaj Probiking, India’s largest dealership network for premium motorcycles. At a price of Rs. 4.57 lacs (ex-showroom Delhi) the Ninja 650R is expected to create a new market for riding enthusiasts seeking a premium sports motorcycle.


    Apart from its inimitable road presence and performance the Ninja 650R comes with a host of features such as triple petal disc brakes, MotoGP display, daylight running lights with hazard indicators, under-slung exhaust and a twin cylinder engine tuned for 91 Octane fuel to make it best suited for India and its diverse riding conditions.
    Commenting on the launch, Mr. Rajiv Bajaj, Managing Director, Bajaj Auto said “We conceived Bajaj Probiking 6 years ago with the objective of making it the default destination for motorbike enthusiasts looking for looking for premium and performance bikes. The Ninja 650R is the next step in realizing that objective.” He added, “The Kawasaki Ninja 250R has been a success with 1500 of these speed machines sold to date. It is now joined by its larger sibling to rule the roads.”


    Mr. Yoshiro Segawa, Managing Director (designate), India Kawasaki Motors, stated “After setting up a wholly owned subsidiary in India, we have chalked bigger plans for the performance aficionados of the country. We are pleased to present the stylish Ninja 650R for the Indian performance bikers. With the launch of this bike, we together with Bajaj Probiking are set to redefine the premium sports bike market in India “
    Available EXCLUSIVELY through BAJAJ PROBIKING showrooms in 30 cities, the Kawasaki Ninja 650R will be backed with Probiking service capabilities and spare parts availability.
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    The only competitor of Ninja 650R is Hyosung GT 650R priced at INR 4,75000 ex showroom Delhi.

    Garware Motors - Brings Hyosung home
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    May I humbly ask if how many posters in favour of Indian bikes have actually had an experience riding these bikes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by n4naqvi View Post
    May I humbly ask if how many posters in favour of Indian bikes have actually had an experience riding these bikes?
    The theme of this thread (Indian bikes v/s Pakistani bikes) isn't alive anymore.It's more of a news thread now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ROHANGENIUS View Post
    The theme of this thread (Indian bikes v/s Pakistani bikes) isn't alive anymore.It's more of a news thread now.
    Thanks for the information dear. In this case it would have been better if a new thread be started. Anyway, if the posters and visitors know this then it is alright. I didn't knew that.
    Sorry to bother you all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by n4naqvi View Post
    Thanks for the information dear. In this case it would have been better if a new thread be started. Anyway, if the posters and visitors know this then it is alright. I didn't knew that.
    Sorry to bother you all.
    It's OK brother! It would be better to change the misleading title instead of making a new thread IMO.Anyone suggest a good name?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ROHANGENIUS View Post
    The theme of this thread (Indian bikes v/s Pakistani bikes) isn't alive anymore.It's more of a news thread now.

    Rohan brother,

    There are NO pakistani bikes which which Indian bikes can be compared . therefore there is no topic relevant discussions here.

    Pakistani bikes are either or Honda (CD70, CD100, CG125), Suzuki or the many other assembled Chinese imports
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    Quote Originally Posted by DesiBoy View Post
    Rohan brother,

    There are NO pakistani bikes which which Indian bikes can be compared . therefore there is no topic relevant discussions here.

    Pakistani bikes are either or Honda (CD70, CD100, CG125), Suzuki or the many other assembled Chinese imports
    Of course! Whatever bikes they have (of any category), there is no need to compare them.The posters objective was to create fight between us and Pakistani members in which he has failed.The threads title should be replaced with some appropriate one. What do you say? Should we create a new thread?
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    1 indian rupee is equal to 1.9 pakistani rupee

    So 1 lac is equal to pakistani 1 lac and 90 thousand.. excluding duties and vice versa

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    I agree with Naqi.

    actually around the world window dressing is matter of attraction.

    and we actually get impressed by third rated indian items.

    we cant compare with them nor we need to our volume of consumption is less then there. why world favours india because there is big market there. other wise when there are cheap in amount mostly they are cheap in quality. from the start, Russia, Iran and India they produce a lot but always have cheap standard. and thats the psyci of consumer oreinted market. through the numbers in the market forget about the quality.
    so dont worry Pakistani folks. we should not compare with them. we should look what is best for us. not every thing shining is diamond. Nations need Jazba not the glittering items.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Musafir366 View Post
    I agree with Naqi.

    actually around the world window dressing is matter of attraction.

    and we actually get impressed by third rated indian items.

    we cant compare with them nor we need to our volume of consumption is less then there. why world favours india because there is big market there. other wise when there are cheap in amount mostly they are cheap in quality. from the start, Russia, Iran and India they produce a lot but always have cheap standard. and thats the psyci of consumer oreinted market. through the numbers in the market forget about the quality.
    so dont worry Pakistani folks. we should not compare with them. we should look what is best for us. not every thing shining is diamond. Nations need Jazba not the glittering items.
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    wat ur saying is completely wrong....

    Our bikes dont glitter nor perform....
    Their bikes perform and glitter, we loose.
    no need for emotions here....

    And for ur information Russia, India and Iran are COMPLETELY independent economies. They manufacture each and every thing themselves.

    And these pakistani bikes ur so proud of, more than half of the parts in these bikes COME FROM CHINA!!!
    None of the bikes we have in pakistan have been fully built here!!

    And the way you've insulted the russians....its not fair. They have the most advanced technologies in the world in terms of manufacturing. They were once even ahead of the americans....

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