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    Default Suzuki offering Hayabusa and GW250 on Installments.

    Hi!

    Just checked some Suzuki news and I stumbled upon this.
    They are offering Suzuki Hayabusa* and Suzuki GW250 on EMI ( Equal Monthly Installments** ).
    It is 12 months for the Hayabusa and 24 months for the GW250.

    Giving us all a chance of owning our dream bikes!

    But, is it worth it? The Hayabusa has some pretty (crap ) Fuel Average- and that too on Hi-octane.
    The GW250 is a better buy then?

    *Hayabusa has been offered on Installments for some time now, I am not 100% sure since when.
    **Please keep the S00d and Interest talk out. That is not confirmed.
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    damn 31+thousand for Inazuama

    and


    2lac above per month for hayabausa ...


    DAMN!!!!
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    Prices were insane according to any standards, a 250 in 7 lacs no way, any bike above Rs. 150,000 mark is a big question mark in Pakistani market. I doubt even at a price tag of 3 lacks this thing would sell in good numbers in our economy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2468 View Post
    Prices were insane according to any standards, a 250 in 7 lacs no way, any bike above Rs. 150,000 mark is a big question mark in Pakistani market. I doubt even at a price tag of 3 lacks this thing would sell in good numbers in our economy.
    You are right bro but if they offer this bike In 3 lacks I am definitely purchase this

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    The other day I saw a kid 'posing' around on a CBR150R without helmet on Iqbal Town, Main Boulevard. Same white CBR I saw in AHL Dealership, Multan Road as its no longer in their display... He was there to pick up his friend from a real expensive academy.
    That thing is ridiculously expensive at roughly 600K and Sounded even worse than a GS150! A complete Pile of junk compared to an R6 which can be had (in used condition) for the same money.
    Long story short:
    PEOPLE WILL BUY ANYTHING (EVEN JUNK) PROVIDED THEY'RE CRAZY ENOUGH...

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    Be it Suzuki Inzuma or CBR 150, both Suzuki and Honda is 'ripping' people off with their unreasonable price tags, be it on installments. Period.

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    Some pertinent queries about this offer with regards to GW250:

    1 - What is the exact amount of "EMI" for the Inazuma GW250?
    2 - Does the "EMI" amount include any interest? If not, is there an installment period for which there is no interest charged (excluding the full payment option).
    3 - Which showrooms/dealers will honor this offer?
    4 - What are the exact terms and conditions for availing such an offer?

    In general, I have observed that 'mehenga roi aik baar, sastaa roi baar baar". That holds very true for most things in life. Good engineering, in particular, costs lots of money. Lower cost means compromises and that can be seen in all local bikes (inclusive of the much revered Honda bikes and popular Chondas, Suzuki (GS150) and Ravi, etc).

    Coming to GW250, it is not a super sport bike (local term: heavy bike) by any stretch of the imagination, despite whatever Pak Suzuki's marketing department spews out. It is a standard bike, rather expensive even within its own class and has a comparably lesser bhp figure but where it excels is its handling, comfort and low end torque.

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    Dear All,
    Although PSMCl is offering its heavy bikes on EMIs but this offer is only for their authorize dealers, not for direct customers. This is now up to the dealer whether he want it to offer on EMIs further to end customer or not.

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