Reply By : RizwanJee on 5/7/2005 3:43:23 AMAdam motors must be appreciated. They are opening new doors for talented pakistanis. They are better than Suzuki of Japan who gave Pakistan the "welding rights" for an 800 cc shit at Karachi plant while the engines and transmission system of this simple car is still being imported from Japan. Shame on you Mr. Zia ul Haq/Baynazir Bhutto and Nawaz Shareef for getting huge commissions from Suzuki.
Reply By : RizwanJee on 5/7/2005 4:06:54 AM
Zain yaar..i did send an e mail but no bells ringing from them. Adam motors must improve their website as its not really a big deal to create a very good and attractive website now days. They should also change their e mail address from "yahoo.com" to their own domain account. Am i right?
Reply By : RizwanJee on 5/7/2005 3:10:29 PM
Mr. toofast, u r not stupid but traitor.
Reply By : RizwanJee on 5/7/2005 8:31:17 PM
I agree with Bilal. The innovation is very important. But why suzuki is not doing so? Its because, the people have had no other choice to look for another one for the last two decades and what would have made bothered Suzuki to spend millions if the product is still making the business with the same shitty old shape???? The pakistani people should teach this lesson to the manufacturers. Its an international market rule, "the manufacturer modifies/improves its product due the fear of great loss in near future", M i right, please correct m,e if i m wrong.
Reply By : RizwanJee on 5/8/2005 4:27:02 PM
U r right, lets right a letter to CEO of the company asking him to improve the weak points. I am only a nationalist person and have no connection with adam motors. I am an engineer and it was my dream that some day in my life, i wud c a pakistani made car on the roads, not only in pakistan but also in other countries. Those people who have nothing but simply critesizing the new paki companies are actually traitors or being paid by India for wrong propaganda. To the best of my knowledge, i will keep telling the people here about the true facts and stories about pakistani products.
Inshallah, the time is very near when these people will be ashamed of what they had been saying here.
Lets pray for adam motors and many companies in Pakistan like adam motors
Reply By : RizwanJee on 5/12/2005 9:24:43 PM
Hank bhai, Revo cannot be as best as any of the foreign but locally welded "tins" dominating the pakistani roads today. The reasons are, The Revo is yet to come, this is its first time to b on the road, many things might need to be modified, and all above that, this is completely inpridictable whether the car will be successfull or not. I believe Revo will be successfull in Pakistan. just because, the people of Pakistan badly need to have something to avoid travel in shitty mini-vans and another thing is, the pakistani people still have a lot of national spirit so Adam "Revo" as a completely Pakistani but partly indigenous car has got a good chance to post a good business in the first two quarters after they will launch the vehicle in the market. After that, all depends on the results of this locally made car. Evidence of the presence of changing/modifying the car model after every couple of years has also to do lot more to win the competetion with Japanese Suzuki since every one knows that a japanese engine is ultimately better than n e Pakistani or chinese engine today. So Revo has to improve and prove the quality in other things that Suzuki doesnt provide in its Mehran, for example, good seat belts for 4 people, better tyres, better seat and seat covers, a dash board that can withstand upto 60 deg. C so wont tilt like mehran´s ugaly dashboard. These are really small issues to be focused on and to be resolved but Suzuki has decided not to improve it since the pakistani people have no other choice for the last 2.5 decades. Revo, however has a vital chance but I am afraid, they will follow the same policy as the pakistani people do not have good quality awareness. Any tin with 4 wheels, they consider it not a car but good car. But any way, lets C what Adam motors are supposed to do. According to their present high school standard (very sub standard) website, i dont believe they will change the "coming soon" shape of the car for 20 years. Moreover their ustaad ji, i mean pak suzuki is also doing the same for the last 20 years....but who knows...!
Reply By : RizwanJee on 5/13/2005 12:17:04 AM
Have any one noticed that Suzuki is not giving even the seat belts in its mehran yet every Pakistani still loves to buy this shit car. I am afraid, if the Adam motors will start following Pak suzuki´s steps and do the same dirty marketing tricks where the product is even not complying with the general road requirements like seat belts and air bags, they will be failed and be demolished by the Suzuki just because undoubtedly Suzuki has a better engine than compare to Revo´s chinese engine. And I assure all of u, should this b the case, Suzuki will again win the market. So Adam motors must focus on the stuff they can better provide in the car than Suzuki. For example, providing a seat belt in a car is the matter of few hundred ruppees for a car assembler or manufacturer in Pakistan, but Suzuki Alto (named Mehran for our satisfaction that the car is pakistani made:-)) has never provided these belts in 800 cc Alto. In japan, the car cannot be approved for the road without seat belts and the air bags. The Japanese Suzuki company is doing this shit in Pakistan where the road and traffic conditions are both as worst as any third world country and where the seat belts are more badly required than that in Japan or Europe. Suzuki is doing this shit in our country and saving its lot of money. They pay a few hundred grands to the present govt. minister of traffic and minister of imports and have every thing approved in their favour. Unfortunately, our crupt politicians and leaders quite often visit the foreign countries on govt expenses and see everything happening there but they never intend to implement even those things which doesnt cost money but a few very strict steps. Seat belt is provided for the safety of the driver as well as the passengers. Why any minister will take this notoice that the local assembler like Suzuki Alto must provide it within the same price if that animal type minister is using imported car equipped with the seat belts and air bags and also if he is receiving hundreds of grands from the Suzuki and other yellow assemblers in the country for ignoring these issues?
Reply By : RizwanJee on 5/17/2005 6:52:37 PM
I agree with mps, even a small electric motor needs to draw more current in start. V must promote the first car manufacturer in the country, after that....would there anyone promoting them be the car itself and the behavior of the company which is not really good at present. No oné can promote a "tested" product on the basis of nationalism. So lets encourage adam motors at this very first stage and forget this company incase the car would not withstand the expected durability on our special pakistani roads.
am i right?
Reply By : RizwanJee on 5/18/2005 12:17:53 AM
Hello Adam motors, We expect you to focus on the quality you are comitted to provide in Revo. We are tired of mehran due to its ugly shape for the last two decades, secondly the very poor quality stuff provided by the pak suzuki starting from its starndard model to the one with A/C and CNG. The first pakistani car can however, be successfull should you offer a better quality and service. The spare parts of the car must also be available in the local spare parts markets as this is the only point where i as a buyer, can prefer a Suzuki over Revo, eventhough i am very nationalist and would love to have a pakistani made car than an pakistani assembled car. It means that the evidence of the availabilty of the spare parts has a lot more to do with the sale and re-sale of the car. Suzuki Mehran´s engine might not be better than revo´s but look the way they have spreaded the spare parts all over the country. These parts are not only cheap but easily available as well. I hope these suggestions might help you to determine what kinda chalange u gonna face ahead. In the begning, missing one spare part of the car may destroy the whole reputation of the company.
Reply By : RizwanJee on 5/18/2005 1:12:10 AM
Honda fraek bhai, I wrote an e mail to adam motors once, they havnt replied it yet. Its already a month from now. Just write them a mail on thier "yahoo" account...hehehehehee----if any one knows there how to use the computers, they will open your e mail, and will c what model you need and if the engine if that model has arrived from china....!
AAchay engineer hoo tum. tum nay review liknay main hiii engg kii hai. kiya eik third class car hai pak kiii jis kii tum itni ziada favour kar rahay hoo. Adam motors say baat kartay hain tumhain apna CHAPRASi rakh lay. paki car , joke lagta hai, konsay parts aus kay pak kay hain sub tu china kay hain. apni chablian apnay pass rakhooo, 2.69lakh main shit nahi lay gaa koi bhi. pata nahi tumharay pass tu itni amount bhi hoo kay nahi, jehan bhi hoo tum holland main.