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    Raider /sprinter are much better in fuel consumption ,comfort ,road grip ,pickup etc . Each and everything is much better in Raider /sprinter.
    When my sprinter is new it give me 60+ km in 1liter ,after 2.5year its give me 55km in 1liter with average speed 80+km.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shamoon2488 View Post
    no comparison,,,,,raider is much better than cd70
    so tell me one thing bro if i compare Honda Pridor with Raider which one will you prefer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShugMan View Post
    Which of these bike is better?







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    There is no proper comparison between a 70cc and a 110cc.

    It all epends upon what u are looking for? If ur very strict on budget and bearing fuel costs is a problem, then theres no alternate to trial and tested durability and low fuel consumption of a CD70... but if u also want to add power and comfort but are ready to sacrifice a litle on the fuel consumption then Rider or pridor are good options.

    Comparison of fuel consumption at ideal conditions on a long route...

    Honda CD 70 2013 or Suzuki Raider 2013 -1142157

    The slower you go the more powerful engine of raider/pridor will give u better milage..
    The faster u go, cd70's engine starts eating petrol and equals down to the economy of a 100-110cc bike.

    But the maintinence sost of 100-110cc are significantly higher than a 70.

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    comparison nahi banta but phir bhi ... 70 is for those who are tight on budget.. raider is a high speed machine from 100cc category with relaiable engine beside it also equally competitive in terms of mileage.

    PS raider backup is a bit expensive then others in its class so if budget is tight in every day use then its not recommended.


    I hope it helps.




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    raider is the best .u cant compare cd70 and beautiful raider
    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/motorcycle-travel-diaries/277725-sober-riders-visit-khunjerab-adventurous-way-via-nori-pass

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    Quote Originally Posted by Automotorsport_Lover View Post
    There is no proper comparison between a 70cc and a 110cc.

    It all epends upon what u are looking for? If ur very strict on budget and bearing fuel costs is a problem, then theres no alternate to trial and tested durability and low fuel consumption of a CD70... but if u also want to add power and comfort but are ready to sacrifice a litle on the fuel consumption then Rider or pridor are good options.

    Comparison of fuel consumption at ideal conditions on a long route...

    Honda CD 70 2013 or Suzuki Raider 2013 -1142157

    The slower you go the more powerful engine of raider/pridor will give u better milage..
    The faster u go, cd70's engine starts eating petrol and equals down to the economy of a 100-110cc bike.

    But the maintinence sost of 100-110cc are significantly higher than a 70.
    i bought RAIDER two weeks ago. I noticed the fuel average is not much good. Its 38km/L. And bike missing b kafi krti ae low rpm par. Only 150km done. Kya tuning k bhd average thek ho jaye gi?

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    Yar during running bike always consume a lot of fuel as the parts have to properly break in and the friction between parts is more during running
    After break in period the mileage will increase significantly provided you are a caring person and take care of your bike's performance like good quality oil, proper lubrication and keeping all the filers clean.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SyedMoazzam View Post
    Yar during running bike always consume a lot of fuel as the parts have to properly break in and the friction between parts is more during running
    After break in period the mileage will increase significantly provided you are a caring person and take care of your bike's performance like good quality oil, proper lubrication and keeping all the filers clean.
    Abhi to ibtada hay abi say ghabra *** ustaad
    thanx for reply. But ek post pay dkha tha. The person was saying his bike doing 60km/L during running process.
    Islye thori confusion hui.

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    yaar go for 100cc may be raider or pridor. but plz do not go for 70cc. price 10k tak ka difference hai par driving comfort bohat achi hai

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    Don't get tense. Its a matter of fine tunning. One of my cousin has GS-150. He was getting hardly 30kms/lit (@ avg. speed 70km/hr) after 1000kms. I asked him to get tuned his bike from a specialist. After the tunning, now he is getting a very good average of around 50 - 53 km/lit with same average speed of 70km/liter.

    Additionally I asked my cousin to ride in lower rpms. Do not accelerate your bike like CGs of CDs. Suzuki bikes are little different. If you pick them hard they will give you good acceleration, but less fuel average. If you pick them softly and gradually increase your speed, they will give you very good fuel average.

    So get relaxed and find some good specialist mechanic.



    Quote Originally Posted by Mughira View Post
    thanx for reply. But ek post pay dkha tha. The person was saying his bike doing 60km/L during running process.
    Islye thori confusion hui.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abdulrehmanrauf View Post
    Don't get tense. Its a matter of fine tunning. One of my cousin has GS-150. He was getting hardly 30kms/lit (@ avg. speed 70km/hr) after 1000kms. I asked him to get tuned his bike from a specialist. After the tunning, now he is getting a very good average of around 50 - 53 km/lit with same average speed of 70km/liter.

    Additionally I asked my cousin to ride in lower rpms. Do not accelerate your bike like CGs of CDs. Suzuki bikes are little different. If you pick them hard they will give you good acceleration, but less fuel average. If you pick them softly and gradually increase your speed, they will give you very good fuel average.

    So get relaxed and find some good specialist mechanic.
    thanks. Ab InshaALLAH tuning k bhd fuel average share krun ga.

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    Both have good 22,000 rupees difference, so comparison not valid.

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