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    Dear Members,

    I currently have a Suzuki sprinter eco 110cc which is used only on weekends for Karachi to Hyderabad tour. The bike was not meant for such long trips and sometimes feel small and uncomfortable. Also the winds slow down my motorcycle to 60km/hr and it shakes if a gust of wind blows from the side. It does not feel right. I am planning to buy a Honda CG 125 in a few weeks. Will it make any difference?

    I am not too worried about fuel consumption. I want top speed of at least 80k/hr in opposite winds.

    Any comments?


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    CG 125 road grip is not good cg is famous as vibration machine it will be much vibrate on 80km/h better option Go for GS150 it is very well gripped+very smooth bike+too much comfortable for long tours+very economical bike does 50km/L can cross 100km/h very easily bike has loaded with OHC engine technology OHC means very low maintenance have 5 gears+self start in it

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    The problems you have mentioned, you will face exact same problems on a CG125. If you prefer to make longer trips, a better option would be a Suzuki GS150.
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    cg has very good road grip those who saying road grip is not good never know how to ride a bike.....! plus cg will do you job in strong winds although it has better acceleration then any other.....! cg got the better brakes then GS...! But cg is a hard bike and vibration is the soul of cg which feels you its power.....!cg maintenance could be done every where plus its resale value gives a good advantage too....!
    on the other hand GS is heavy weight comfortable because of soft shock nothing else.....!

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    Better go for GS 150. CG 125 will be a torture for long trips.
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    yeah for long drives cg classic is not good option at all
    go for GS and if you don't like suzuki motorcycles than you
    can go for cg dream it gonna definitely resolve your issue of
    comfort & power you can very easily maintain 80km/h the bike
    has gotten very good power and road grip is very good too

    you definitely gonna enjoy its ride on long journeys



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    gs 150 is the best option for you

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    gs all the way long routes

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    Go for GS150. It will be better choice. Or wait for some time for the launch of Yamaha 125.
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