If we are on the same page then you must be talking about the YBR125 that should have priced at PKR 105,000 to 110,000 max but Yamaha decided to charge 129,400 because they know that people are desperate and will pay. When such corporations enter a new market, Management always decides to opt for market penetration policies by keeping the price tags lower but not in Pakistan. The reason behind this is the majority of people are at two extremes. One group sticking to their old tech no matter what and the other willing to pay even more than what the new thing is actually worth.
Yamaha came to Pakistan to do business so are the other companies. If someone decides to buy a bike for 180,000, that should have been priced at 140,000, that person is entitled to do so because he is spending his OWN MONEY.
Now you are wishing for FZ150, R15 and the impressive R1. Well no need to wait for the official launch. Why dont you buy these bikes right now? I am sure you can afford to import the bikes. And if you cant afford to import, mark my words, niether will you be able to buy these machines even if Yamaha decides to launch locally. Because when these things are introduced in the market, you will think lets wait for something else maybe a Euro fighter typhoon or F22 Raptor.
According to you, most companies are outsourcing the production or shifting their plants to China, India and Thailand. That means even China is capable of producing top notch quality things. On the other hand you are crying that Road Prince is not a big company and these bikes are Chinese crap etc. Apple, Harley DavidSon and most other companies all started in sheds but they improved and flourished because people supported their products. I know Road Prince is charging a lot for their Chinese products but at least they are trying to make a name for themselves. We should all appreciate this. Who knows where Road Prince will stand in a decade or two. Maybe they will become the Hero or Bajaj of Pakistan.
@mod A fight is about to breakout. Take notice.