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    Default My New Ride: Suzuki GD110

    UPDATE 06-06-2013
    300KMs done. First oil changed and now Its more smooth
    Fuel average will be updated in 1 or 2 days.



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    It's a Gem as compared to whole industry of Pakistan
    (Testimonial for this bike by PAKISTAN BIKERS CLUB)
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    UPDATE 27-05-2013
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    Well today I took a good ride on this bike on a silent street where there was no traffic. And guess what?????? This bike has no sound at all. So all those friends who wants a bike with heavy sound don't go for it. Well I love it. I'm kind of sophisticated person and I love being subtle in everything, so this is my type.

    Read this info in the image.

    My New Ride Suzuki GD110 -1193792

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    Here my bike on a separate Thread

    Yesterday I bought Suzuki GD110.
    Here's my experience of a very short ride from Akbar Road to N.Nazimabad.
    - Very smooth ride
    - Shocks are very responsive.
    - Very nice soft comfortable seat.
    - Nice height and weight of bike.


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    @devilskreed

    Yes and as i said, suzuki isnt targeting higher sales or mass market. Its a neiche.

    Bdw.. 100K on Junoon/CD100/Spinter etc is just a dream... reality is most of these bikes are found with mechaics at 25000-50,000Kms mark. Even with maintinence thats the true life span of 70-80% bikes... In a country where u get everything of low quality, plus u get fake spares, fake engine oil and bad mechaics.... getting 50Ks + is mostly luck. However the case was true with older models...

    Plus u also know that GS has everything of low quality... Suspension, Rims, CDi unit, Wiring, Brakes, Paint coat, Fit and finish of engine is pathetic too.. even if its imported, its assembled here. Hence Suzuki has every right to charge higher for a better quality bike... but yes, the market isnt much ripe here for quality lovers... People's favo bike still is 70cc Chonda or honda.

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    Congrats, nice bike MashAllah, im looking for more development in pak bike industry
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    Great start for SUZUKI Motorcyles, Launching a successful and feature loaded GD110 bike in Pakistan. Market has become stangnant with years old obsolete tech. I hope SUZUKI wont stop here and introduce the higer cc feature rich bikes ,especially in 125 and 150 cc catagory. Good luck SUZUKI with GD 110...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Automotorsport_Lover View Post
    @devilskreed

    Yes and as i said, suzuki isnt targeting higher sales or mass market. Its a neiche.

    Bdw.. 100K on Junoon/CD100/Spinter etc is just a dream... reality is most of these bikes are found with mechaics at 25000-50,000Kms mark. Even with maintinence thats the true life span of 70-80% bikes... In a country where u get everything of low quality, plus u get fake spares, fake engine oil and bad mechaics.... getting 50Ks + is mostly luck. However the case was true with older models...

    Plus u also know that GS has everything of low quality... Suspension, Rims, CDi unit, Wiring, Brakes, Paint coat, Fit and finish of engine is pathetic too.. even if its imported, its assembled here. Hence Suzuki has every right to charge higher for a better quality bike... but yes, the market isnt much ripe here for quality lovers... People's favo bike still is 70cc Chonda or honda.

    Lala my cousin in LHR owns 1 and has clocked over 80k kms atm..As i said a BIKE HANDLED CAREFULLY(not raped as young brats of this country usually do)..Well that sucks for suzuki they can continue with their 2% market share and RIP..

    I have not at all experience any quality issue in my ride even after 8k Kms and i thus have trust in my bike's capability to clock maximum mileage during its lifetime.The reason of 70/80% bike failure is that people are not doing regular maintenance as they consider them as cheap transportation medium(another stupid concept)..
    The one thing that unites all human beings, regardless of age, gender, religion, economic status, is that, deep down inside, we all believe that we are above-average drivers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArsalanQ View Post
    One needs to realize here that 2k price difference does not really justify that anybody who is willing to buy GD110 would shift to GS150. There could be people who have money but they still stick to CD 70 over Pridor. GS150 is a totally different product catering to different needs altogether and should not be considered as a counterpart.

    People have appreciated differences before, Honda has a different price strategy for 125 Deluxe and they are selling it well, along with its other products. A price of 99,900 is fairly more than anybody expected, i do realize that. But there have been examples in different industries where unexpected pricing strategies have been digested by consumers with time when a company starts investing in branding e.g Apple's iphone. in Pakistan we all know we are paying 25,000 more for a Honda CD70, yet we do it because of the branding Honda has done behind its products. I hope Suzuki has plans to make us believe in the price of GD110.
    In a country where lower end smartphone sector is being digested by Q-mobile(competitive pricing) the a8/a10s are selling like hotcakes..My dear brother in pakistan people always consider pricing first.Whatever reason you may quote for this price tag the fact is people will prefer other brands in 100cc category.Suzuki has never learnt to play its card well enough in 2 wheels sector.

    In the end my reason for buying a motorcycle was cost-effective commuting at a competitive price..Because whatever pros this ride may boast it is just a commuting medium and when people are more interested in savings(and purpose of the ride) rather than luxurious hankhi phanki's they will buy those rides which will still serve the purpose at a price decrement of 15k rupees vs GD.
    The one thing that unites all human beings, regardless of age, gender, religion, economic status, is that, deep down inside, we all believe that we are above-average drivers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by devilskreed View Post
    Lala my cousin in LHR owns 1 and has clocked over 80k kms atm..As i said a BIKE HANDLED CAREFULLY(not raped as young brats of this country usually do)..Well that sucks for suzuki they can continue with their 2% market share and RIP..

    I have not at all experience any quality issue in my ride even after 8k Kms and i thus have trust in my bike's capability to clock maximum mileage during its lifetime.The reason of 70/80% bike failure is that people are not doing regular maintenance as they consider them as cheap transportation medium(another stupid concept)..
    What does ur cousin owns in Lahore? Which year model is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by automotorsport_lover View Post
    what does ur cousin owns in lahore? Which year model is it?
    cd-100 2007
    The one thing that unites all human beings, regardless of age, gender, religion, economic status, is that, deep down inside, we all believe that we are above-average drivers.

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    Good one for him.

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    Yeaa I totally agree with you,They should install a self starter or should give it as an optional nowadays em also looking for a bike as I am here in PK for few months but I hate those kick,I need a self starter bike, but that is only available with the Chinese bikes or with Suzuki's 150
    Quote Originally Posted by amjad635 View Post
    Automotorsport_lover yaar than its totally useless to give that button there
    as you said its useless without self start not many people would prefer shut engine
    just to for few seconds & kick again to start


    As I already have been praising this bike since its launch
    bro Pak Suzuki has chosen the right bike for pakistani people mentality
    if you ask me personally i would have liked to see suzuki hayate style sporty looking bike
    but here pakistani people call them plastic crap so thats why i think pak suzuki has chosen GD110
    its famous known daily commuter bike in other parts of world & it fits in pakistani market very well

    I Have Only One Complain Pak Suzuki Should Install Self Starter In This Bike
    If They Do Than GD110 Is My NEXT bike

    As this bike has many good features but it only lacks self starter
    although i don't go for suzuki bikes as i live in city where there almost none suzuki bikes available
    and there is no service center of suzuki so no trained mechanic available in my city
    but i will ignore all those things & will go for it


    Allah bachaee Har Nazaar Behaya hai!!!!!!!

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    So as a result of above discussion should PS intriduce another model of GD 110 with Self Starter and having a price tag of 119,000? Means Rs.1000/- increased price from Deluxe?

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    if you start this bike you will see it have a very soft and easy kick. self start,Digital meter or RPM Meter, Fuel Gauge, Alloy Rims and Disk brakes..... I need them all in a bike

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    anyone know about the warranty? How much warranty is offer by SUZUKI for GD110?

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    Guys I found a youtube video about this bike, actually its about AX4 but its almost same as GD110. Enjoy...

    AX4 10 03 02 - YouTube

    My New Ride Suzuki GD110 -1197816My New Ride Suzuki GD110 -1197817My New Ride Suzuki GD110 -1197818

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    i have already seen this video, believe me anyone who will watch this video
    he would definitely fall in love with GD110 & would definitely admire GD110
    & would thank Pak Suzuki for introducing this bike in pakistani market

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    IADina Bro, How Is GD110 performing? How Many Km's Driven Now

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    Dear all finally i have decided to buy suzuki gd110. As i hve already suzuki sprinter.

    Please let me guide its complete merits & demerits.
    I am waiting for ur reply highly?
    & also which color is highly attracts.
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    ali raza shahid

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    Ali Raza sahab le lo its an great bike
    every one is appreciating this bikes quality
    infact this bike's quality is much better than suzuki bikes
    currently available in pakistan. So you would definitely love this bike


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    Thumbs up Had a Suzuki GD-110 Test Drive.

    Today I went to Suzuki Showroom near my place and had the opportunity to have its test drive. It was a black GD-110.

    Let me tell you guys, the ride was EXTREMELY smooth and comfortable. Engine is absolutely noise- and vibration-less. To me, the engine sound resembles to Honda CD 70's sound - it's a quiet and smooth engine. The Suzuki guy specifically emphasized upon its soft seat. The seat is indeed soft and the shock absorbers are just brilliant. I have a lean body and, thus, not much weight. When I drove it, the shock absorbers did a great job even with a light weight like mine on the bike when the bike hit bumps.

    The Suzuki guy also told me about the paint quality of GD-110. The bike's painted with KANSAI paint which is a Japanese brand. The colors look stunning to view. I was also told that this bike is aimed at running trouble-free for first 6 - 7 years of use AT LEAST saying "aap k bache bhi chalayen ge yeh"

    Moreover, the bike weighs 108 kgs but it felt a lot lighter when I drove it. I currently have Honda CD 100 which weighs 98 kg. The 108-kg Suzuki GD 110 actually FELT lighter than 98-kg Honda CD 100. It means handling a GD-110 is not an issue.

    I didn't drive the biike on a long route, just had a small loop and couldn't even go in 3rd gear. But even this small trip gave a good idea of the capabilities of this machine.

    Buying it soon, Insha Allah.
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    congrates bro

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    Post Updated.

    Sorry for being late on this update. Got very busy at work.

    So far I am loving this ride. 300 kilometers done and changed my first oil. I checked that first oil which came out, it was really dirty with very tiny metal particles which can be felt with fingers.

    After changing oil this machine is running more smoothly. MashaAllah
    Proud 1st Owner of Suzuki GD110 on PW.

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