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    Company Profile of Haojue Holdings Co., Ltd. (Haojue Holdings) and Suzuki Motor Corporation (SMC) from the following link:

    Haojue - Welcome To Our World - Company profile
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    gd 110 s being manufactured in china in the same plant in whcih gs engine,hayabusa,gw 250,intruter 800 is being manufactured with a very good quality control

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    its made by china and technology is from Japan.........for example Iphone is a china assembled but designed by california...
    Hum woh NAHI jo DURR jain HALAT kai KHOONI manzar sai!
    Us DAURR mai JEENA lazim hai jis DAURR mai JEENA mushqil hoo!

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    What do you mean by a chinese bike? It is being manufactured at hao jue suzuki. Same plant where the inazuma is being made. If an iphone is made in china so you call the iphone chinese?

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    A myth behind Suzuki bikes' poor quality is it's manufacturing in China. The prices are so high like it is directly imported from Japan.
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    Racer bhai i agree with you on suzuki prices they are asking too much for their bikes
    specially imported GD110 quality of bike brilliant so it does not matter weather its
    from china or any other country how ever i feel bike is imported from other country
    not china as in china Haojue manufacturing suzuki bikes but their GD110 is different
    from ours

    Racer bhai in one thing we should appreciate atlas honda they introduced the imported
    honda bike in very reasonable price honda wave 110 which has all latest tech & electric
    start but due to its design its unable to get any sales price of bike is 95k

    Is suzuki gd 110s a chineese bike? -1501478

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    Amjad bhai, when this model was launched. However, it seems for women riding only.

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    it was not launched all over pakistan but was available in some showrooms for sale
    was introduced not launched it must be still available on some showrooms in lahore
    and other big cities

    No Racer bhai you are wrong on this motorcycle only for women anyone can drive this bike
    category bikes belong to underbone category motorcycles even scooters are being advertised
    for both male & females so this is very much bike for males and is used mostly by males
    in countries where it is most popular

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    What poor quality are you talking about sir???

    Quote Originally Posted by racer7 View Post
    A myth behind Suzuki bikes' poor quality is it's manufacturing in China. The prices are so high like it is directly imported from Japan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dongiovanni View Post
    What poor quality are you talking about sir???
    Bro there are many signs of poor quality in Suzuki motorcycles already under discussion as in thread about GS150 owner @12guage wrote:

    The frame of the bike is already starting to rust. rust spots are growing everywhere. even some of the nuts and bolts have decided to join in.

    2. the rear drums make a strange sound when applying brake pressure. the authorized Suzuki mechanic told me that it happens with most of them. nothing to worry about. his advice: learn to live with it. this world isn't prefect. wow! thats deep.

    3. the texture on the handlebar grips kinda bits into my hands. don't like it one bit.

    4. some of the markings here and there (specially on the controls) are pretty much vanishing all by themselves. poor quality ink/stamping I guess.

    5. poor quality of paint. almost everywhere you can see signs of paint saying "good bye buddy, its been a short but fun ride".

    6. the trip-meter isn't working anymore. I'm not even sure that it worked from the beginning. I am just assuming that it worked.

    7. the bike's got a habit of breaking rpm and clutch cables like its some sort of a national responsibility.

    8. you'll surely be surprised to learn how fast it eats rear brake shoes. the authorized mechanic told me that it happens because of the heavy weight of this bike and takes some serious braking power to stop it in its tracks.

    9. the slim tyres look fugly. as per my discussions with my mechanic, if I install fatter tyres, the bike will become sluggish. I do plan to install fatter tyres cause these one are just destroying the look of this otherwise handsome monster.

    10. the muffler which does an amazing job of reducing the exhaust sound gets really hot to touch (learned it the hard way on several occasions). the company should have provided the muffler with a heat shield.

    11. the 12-volt power outlet which are otherwise very useful are limited in their capacity. they only allow 110-watts of electricity which is only useful for electronics and not enough for cooking/heating equipment. it would have really neat if I could power a small electric stove or a heater.

    12. the side covers aka tapas have no locking mechanism. imagine the level of trust held by company in our society.

    13. chain makes a funny griding sound at low speeds. the mechanic says that its pretty normal with chain driven bikes and I must oil this chain and its sprockets regularly but still, if I oil it too much then I get drips and runs from sides of the chain cover which is just nasty.

    14. there is no beeper installed with the turn signals. at times one forgets that the left/right turn signal is on. a beeper would have been nice.

    15. the brake light in the rear trunk was really weak/dim. I had the OEM (factory installed) replaced with an aftermarket bulb and now it shines like it should.

    16. the locking mechanism on the rear trunk and panniers should have their own keys. a single key for the ignition, side lock, fuel tank, rear trunk and pannier is just asking for trouble. too many locks with one key will wear the key out sooner than it should.

    17. the fuel selector is all wrong. turning it up means moving the reserve arrow down, who can remember all that? I still have to ask the mechanic to turn it to "ON" position. is there any way to permanently disable this contraption?

    18. the turn signal and neutral indicators are really dim and hard to see in normal day light.

    19. I just fail to understand the thought behind the "Engine-On" switch in the handlebar. why turning the key ignition switch to "ON" isn't enough? why over complicate a pretty simple process?

    20. the rear trunk does not have a parking light. only brake lights. why?

    21. bike is super heavy. putting it on center/double stand requires one hell of an effort. in full load, it requires two people to lift and pull to put it on double stand. in fact, the double stand has already been welded once. just imagine seeing it break into two pieces by the sheer weight of the bike.

    22. the cheap quality horn works at times and at times it totally refuses to do anything.

    23. the cheap quality headlight is useful for nothing. the beam is no way near safe enough to drive even in absolute darkness and on top of that it scatters too a degree (360 degrees to be precise) that even a huge pot hole in the middle of the road is impossible to spot.

    Another bro @basic writes his views as following:

    Chrome quality is not up to standard

    Making up for rust free ride is quiet a lot of work

    Sings Of Rust In Brand New GS

    Anti Rust Treatment Of Fenders

    Tail Light Breather Filter Added

    Battery Charging & Terminal Protection With Grease

    Black & Clear Coats On Nuts & Bolts

    Chain Lubrication With Lithium Grease

    GS Non Focus Low Quality Headlight

    Lubrication Of Important Cables

    First Oil Change Importance

    Japanese Side View Mirrors

    Helmet Lock

    New Mud Flapper (Raider) Works Better Than GS's

    Tappet Cover Seepage Problem

    Oil Pump Intake

    Bro @SIGode writes his comments about the mileage problem of GD 110 in his thread.

    Another pakwheeler @ abidali03214477766 posted his thread about the fault in the front of GS 150.

    Now what do you think?

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    @racer7 bro what are you trying to prove here? Suzuki bikes have poor quality? Gs150 is a poor quality bike, i myself am a victim. But gd110 is a high quality bike, you cannot ignore that

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    @racer7 is you are saying that suzuki bike are of poor quality can one thing I would tell you about honda bike honda bike are being manufactured with many vendor the engine part of every honda bike are of different quality so sone ppl are getting very good and some are getting very poor quality bike I think @khanthegr8 can also conform this

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    Koi bhi chez pakistan main jis par honda likha hua na ho low quality hoti hay lakin atlas honda ki bikes brillent quality ki hoti hain

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    What I am trying to say is do not blame Haojue China. Because GD-110 is a quality product. As far as Gs-150 is concerned all the faults that you mentioned are in things which are locally manufactured.

    Only idiot people are arguing about mileage of GD-110. I am perfectly happy with my GD. This bike's performance figures are impressive in my books.

    Quote Originally Posted by racer7 View Post

    Bro there are many signs of poor quality in Suzuki motorcycles already under discussion as in thread about GS150 owner @12guage wrote:

    The frame of the bike is already starting to rust. rust spots are growing everywhere. even some of the nuts and bolts have decided to join in.

    2. the rear drums make a strange sound when applying brake pressure. the authorized Suzuki mechanic told me that it happens with most of them. nothing to worry about. his advice: learn to live with it. this world isn't prefect. wow! thats deep.

    3. the texture on the handlebar grips kinda bits into my hands. don't like it one bit.

    4. some of the markings here and there (specially on the controls) are pretty much vanishing all by themselves. poor quality ink/stamping I guess.

    5. poor quality of paint. almost everywhere you can see signs of paint saying "good bye buddy, its been a short but fun ride".

    6. the trip-meter isn't working anymore. I'm not even sure that it worked from the beginning. I am just assuming that it worked.

    7. the bike's got a habit of breaking rpm and clutch cables like its some sort of a national responsibility.

    8. you'll surely be surprised to learn how fast it eats rear brake shoes. the authorized mechanic told me that it happens because of the heavy weight of this bike and takes some serious braking power to stop it in its tracks.

    9. the slim tyres look fugly. as per my discussions with my mechanic, if I install fatter tyres, the bike will become sluggish. I do plan to install fatter tyres cause these one are just destroying the look of this otherwise handsome monster.

    10. the muffler which does an amazing job of reducing the exhaust sound gets really hot to touch (learned it the hard way on several occasions). the company should have provided the muffler with a heat shield.

    11. the 12-volt power outlet which are otherwise very useful are limited in their capacity. they only allow 110-watts of electricity which is only useful for electronics and not enough for cooking/heating equipment. it would have really neat if I could power a small electric stove or a heater.

    12. the side covers aka tapas have no locking mechanism. imagine the level of trust held by company in our society.

    13. chain makes a funny griding sound at low speeds. the mechanic says that its pretty normal with chain driven bikes and I must oil this chain and its sprockets regularly but still, if I oil it too much then I get drips and runs from sides of the chain cover which is just nasty.

    14. there is no beeper installed with the turn signals. at times one forgets that the left/right turn signal is on. a beeper would have been nice.

    15. the brake light in the rear trunk was really weak/dim. I had the OEM (factory installed) replaced with an aftermarket bulb and now it shines like it should.

    16. the locking mechanism on the rear trunk and panniers should have their own keys. a single key for the ignition, side lock, fuel tank, rear trunk and pannier is just asking for trouble. too many locks with one key will wear the key out sooner than it should.

    17. the fuel selector is all wrong. turning it up means moving the reserve arrow down, who can remember all that? I still have to ask the mechanic to turn it to "ON" position. is there any way to permanently disable this contraption?

    18. the turn signal and neutral indicators are really dim and hard to see in normal day light.

    19. I just fail to understand the thought behind the "Engine-On" switch in the handlebar. why turning the key ignition switch to "ON" isn't enough? why over complicate a pretty simple process?

    20. the rear trunk does not have a parking light. only brake lights. why?

    21. bike is super heavy. putting it on center/double stand requires one hell of an effort. in full load, it requires two people to lift and pull to put it on double stand. in fact, the double stand has already been welded once. just imagine seeing it break into two pieces by the sheer weight of the bike.

    22. the cheap quality horn works at times and at times it totally refuses to do anything.

    23. the cheap quality headlight is useful for nothing. the beam is no way near safe enough to drive even in absolute darkness and on top of that it scatters too a degree (360 degrees to be precise) that even a huge pot hole in the middle of the road is impossible to spot.

    Another bro @basic writes his views as following:

    Chrome quality is not up to standard

    Making up for rust free ride is quiet a lot of work

    Sings Of Rust In Brand New GS

    Anti Rust Treatment Of Fenders

    Tail Light Breather Filter Added

    Battery Charging & Terminal Protection With Grease

    Black & Clear Coats On Nuts & Bolts

    Chain Lubrication With Lithium Grease

    GS Non Focus Low Quality Headlight

    Lubrication Of Important Cables

    First Oil Change Importance

    Japanese Side View Mirrors

    Helmet Lock

    New Mud Flapper (Raider) Works Better Than GS's

    Tappet Cover Seepage Problem

    Oil Pump Intake

    Bro @SIGode writes his comments about the mileage problem of GD 110 in his thread.

    Another pakwheeler @ abidali03214477766 posted his thread about the fault in the front of GS 150.

    Now what do you think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dongiovanni View Post
    What I am trying to say is do not blame Haojue China. Because GD-110 is a quality product. As far as Gs-150 is concerned all the faults that you mentioned are in things which are locally manufactured.

    Only idiot people are arguing about mileage of GD-110. I am perfectly happy with my GD. This bike's performance figures are impressive in my books.
    Yes bro you may right and no doubt that GD110 quality is far better than any other Suzuki street bike and it’s a high quality bike in China but not be called so in Pakistan.
    Now my question is that can we rely on a bike that is being produced with Chineese tag and one thing that is more important is the duties which an importer has to pay to Govt. and should the company has not compromised on the quality to meet the price of other bikes in Pakistan?

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    One more case reported regarding suzuki motorcycles now this is terrible

    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/bik...-buyers-beware

    and i want to tell some thing here yesterday i saw suzuki raider in city
    i am sure it was hardly more than 1 year old but believe me bike was
    looking like 2,3 year old rusted & faded low quality was clearly visible
    from bike

    except GD110 which truly has great quality all other suuzki bikes have
    very very poor quality

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    AHL and ps are ripping our pocket only YMC can save us now

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    Quote Originally Posted by amjad635 View Post
    One more case reported regarding suzuki motorcycles now this is terrible

    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/bik...-buyers-beware

    and i want to tell some thing here yesterday i saw suzuki raider in city
    i am sure it was hardly more than 1 year old but believe me bike was
    looking like 2,3 year old rusted & faded low quality was clearly visible
    from bike

    except GD110 which truly has great quality all other suuzki bikes have
    very very poor quality
    amjad bhi aap theek kehty hain ,,, suzuki ki quality bohat bogus hai , isi leay main ne gs150 nahi khareedi
    GO__ HONDA __ GO

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    @vickytulla please shed some wisdom

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    Quote Originally Posted by naseer_jaan View Post
    amjad bhi aap theek kehty hain ,,, suzuki ki quality bohat bogus hai , isi leay main ne gs150 nahi khareedi
    if you visit the thread that it is clerily mentioned their that the staff of a specific showroom had did it

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