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    Lightbulb Honda CD 100 - Euro II for Sale.

    A well-maintained bike with all fuelling and maintenance record available since purchase is up for grab. Yeah, I have maintained this record and also plotted it to observe trends in bike's performance.

    It is available in a great price. Hurry!

    Features:

    • Powerful engine and shock absorbers.
    • Does around 60 km per litre.
    • Comfortable and smooth ride.
    • Stock condition: carburettor, engine head, clutch compartment, etc. never opened.
    • New rear tyre & tube.


    These features make it a way better choice compared to any 70cc motorbike.

    A must grab for ones who like comfort and power in their ride with economy.

    Extras: I have its original duplicate key, and original rear number plate - both unused. I even have its owner's manual intact.

    Price: PKR 60,000 ONLY.

    PS: With current snaps, I am also uploading its pictures when it was new only for your eyes to see how well I have maintained it :-)


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    Good Luck Brother

    Demand please ????

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    can you please post the pictures of maintenance record?
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    Best wishes for your sale. Wats your plans after this sale?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mfdarvesh View Post
    Good Luck Brother

    Demand please ????
    Thank you, borther.

    Thread updated with demand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anyone View Post
    can you please post the pictures of maintenance record?
    Brother, below is a view from the maintenance graphs. All the graphs are self-explanatory; however, let me describe the bottom-left graph. This graph gives a plot of number of days between refuelling.

    It's giving me pretty good fuel average these days ;-) (See top-left plot)

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    Quote Originally Posted by racer7 View Post
    Best wishes for your sale. Wats your plans after this sale?
    Thanks brother.

    Suzuki GD 110, Insha Allah.
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    Very well maintained.Best of luck!But please friend don't waste you money on a GD110.Now go for 125 Euro 2 or get a Pridor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xarak View Post
    Very well maintained.Best of luck!But please friend don't waste you money on a GD110.Now go for 125 Euro 2 or get a Pridor.
    Thank you, Xarak.

    Brother, I am a proponent of trying new and different technologies. There is no change in Honda bikes other than cosmetics since 70s. Suzuki have opened up a whole new era of biking in Pakistan by introducing first OHC engine in 100 cc class in Pakistan. OHC is indeed a better technology than the good-old OHV. Engine, and the fact that the bike has great quality parts (at least in the beginning) are my main attractions in buying it. I have personally visited a Suzuki showroom and had a test-drive of Suzuki GD 110. It's a marvellous machine. Talking about its build quality, Suzuki have used a pretty good gauge metal in its construction. Plus, the paint job is awesome - it's painted with KANSAI paint. Also, Suzuki guys are promising a worry-free ride for at least first 5 - 6 years. So I am giving it a try.

    When I bought Honda CD 100 in 2010, NO ONE recommended me to buy it. But I believed since it is a Honda bike, it might have some quality to it. And Alhamdu Lillah, I have had satisfying 3 years with this bike so far. I am hoping to have an even more enthralling experience with Suzuki GD 110.

    Here is my test-drive experience of Suzuki GD 110:
    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/bik...10-post3903540
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    Quote Originally Posted by TZB View Post
    Thank you, Xarak.

    Brother, I am a proponent of trying new and different technologies. There is no change in Honda bikes other than cosmetics since 70s. Suzuki have opened up a whole new era of biking in Pakistan by introducing first OHC engine in 100 cc class in Pakistan. OHC is indeed a better technology than the good-old OHV. Engine, and the fact that the bike has great quality parts (at least in the beginning) are my main attractions in buying it. I have personally visited a Suzuki showroom and had a test-drive of Suzuki GD 110. It's a marvellous machine. Talking about its build quality, Suzuki have used a pretty good gauge metal in its construction. Plus, the paint job is awesome - it's painted with KANSAI paint. Also, Suzuki guys are promising a worry-free ride for at least first 5 - 6 years. So I am giving it a try.

    When I bought Honda CD 100 in 2010, NO ONE recommended me to buy it. But I believed since it is a Honda bike, it might have some quality to it. And Alhamdu Lillah, I have had satisfying 3 years with this bike so far. I am hoping to have an even more enthralling experience with Suzuki GD 110.

    Here is my test-drive experience of Suzuki GD 110:
    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/bik...10-post3903540
    Honda GS-125 may last 20 years if taken proper care.The think about 110 is.There is 0 thrill.I would still prefer your CD 100 over a GD 110.Plus i have read your test drive experience.What can i say.I can just give u suggestions.

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    FOr spending 1 lakh rupees GD-110 is just a waste..Piaggio 125,Suzuki GS-150 or classic CG are best value for money..But its your money your choice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xarak View Post
    Honda GS-125 may last 20 years if taken proper care.The think about 110 is.There is 0 thrill.I would still prefer your CD 100 over a GD 110.Plus i have read your test drive experience.What can i say.I can just give u suggestions.
    Xarak bro, every local bike in Pakistan needs ring-piston replacement in less than 5 years of continuous operation, may that be Honda CG 125 or any other for that matter.

    I agree to you that Honda is market leader in Pakistan. It has the best resale value and this is the one factor that has pushed forward Honda for so many successful years in Pakistan. My quest is for modern technology which is ABSENT in Honda, and quality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by devilskreed View Post
    FOr spending 1 lakh rupees GD-110 is just a waste..Piaggio 125,Suzuki GS-150 or classic CG are best value for money..But its our money your choice.
    Bro, while CG 125 classic or deluxe may be the best INVESTMENT considering their resale value, they are NOT the best value for money. You are getting same old technology in both bikes but Suzuki GD 110 is offering the latest engine and carburettor technology. This is what intrigues me into buying it.

    Talking about the money, it does not matter: what matters is satisfaction. I will have to spend roughly the same amount of money if I go for CG 125, Piaggio 125, or GS 150 as a Suzuki GS 110 costs. So money is not the deciding factor here, technology and quality are.
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    suzuki gd 110 better then any 100 cc bikes in pakistan,,

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    Quote Originally Posted by naseer_jaan View Post
    suzuki gd 110 better then any 100 cc bikes in pakistan,,
    In fact it is THE best bike in 100cc category in Pakistan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TZB View Post
    Bro, while CG 125 classic or deluxe may be the best INVESTMENT considering their resale value, they are NOT the best value for money. You are getting same old technology in both bikes but Suzuki GD 110 is offering the latest engine and carburettor technology. This is what intrigues me into buying it.

    Talking about the money, it does not matter: what matters is satisfaction. I will have to spend roughly the same amount of money if I go for CG 125, Piaggio 125, or GS 150 as a Suzuki GS 110 costs. So money is not the deciding factor here, technology and quality are.
    Nothing advanced in GD 110 if you are aiming for tech..But pakistani roads wont see enough of GD thats for sure courtesy pricing..Bikes for commuting hold no such value thats why i am ok with GS,CG,Piaggio (they do offer quality if handled well) and thus shall remain preffered choice for value(price to performance) seekers.
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    @TZB best of luck
    just go for GD110....its best available bike, its bit expensive but there are few reason behind, specially its pure engine, if gs could rock in hearts hving 150cc power(suzuki engine) with old body shape then GD will rock n roll having same brand 110cc power engine with new looks n design
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    Quote Originally Posted by devilskreed View Post
    Nothing advanced in GD 110 if you are aiming for tech..But pakistani roads wont see enough of GD thats for sure courtesy pricing..Bikes for commuting hold no such value thats why i am ok with GS,CG,Piaggio (they do offer quality if handled well) and thus shall remain preffered choice for value(price to performance) seekers.
    Brother, it contains OHC (Over Head Cam) engine which is absent in any bike up-to 125 cc in Pakistan (not sure about Piaggio). All other local bikes contain an OHV (Over Head Valve) engine which is an old technology.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TZB View Post
    Brother, it contains OHC (Over Head Cam) engine which is absent in any bike up-to 125 cc in Pakistan (not sure about Piaggio). All other local bikes contain an OHV (Over Head Valve) engine which is an old technology.
    My car daewoo is also OHC and a 1994 model..OHC engines are being produced for past 80 ears..First OHC engine was manufactured in 1927..very high tech i assume..Only SOHC engines can be considered as advanced..Their is no difference in the technology implemented in GD which boasts and increment of 15k..SO in terms of price/performance rati it fails miserably.
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    Honda 125 has some serious quality issues. There is a whole thread on it about people complaining about the loud gear noise, slipping bolts etc. I don't understand why people still recommend 125? As for the market it will only develop if we the people want it to develop and break Honda's monopoly but we are still stuck with the 70's 125 with a sticker change every year. @TZB bro if you are looking for a value of your money then go for what your mind and heart says otherwise whats the point if you buy something only to find out that you don't like it.

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