120km/h for a CG-125 (normal one) isn't anything special Trust me. My 2009 bike, 25k driven, does 40km/liter NO matter how rough i drive it. AND I bet you it does 120km/h with EASE.
But in usual circumstances, on Canal Road, i have not been able to go beyond 100 or 110km/h because of the Dangerous Road conditions on Canal Road.
On 9th Muharram, i had to go to Firdos-e-Bari for my Exam, which is like 25km away from my Badami Bagh. Roads were empty, so i got the chance to give full acceleration.
1st, for Vibration, 2nd for Road Conditions ... again, not more than 110km/h.
The only time i did 120, it was outside Lahore, when i was going to Mananwala (before Shahkot, next to Kachi Kothi).
Around one month (or so) ago ... i had to go to AirPort to receive my relatives (hajis), via Band/Ring Road at midnight, after 2PM. It was the first time i tested my bike against a Car (my cousin was driving a Cultus). And I was alone, and was Neck to Neck with him at 120km/h. (Speed was confirmed by the car driver i.e. my cousin), to clear any 'meter related confusions'.
About a Deluxe ... i still dont believe those people saying that it does not go beyond 100km or whatever. Because at Canal Road, i have personally seen Plenty of Deluxe bikes, who cross me like ... So Easily at 100km/h <_<
Not that i am a bad driver (Its been almost 2 years that i am driving a CG-125, so I KNOW the point where it Runs).
Got a chance to drive a Deluxe 2010 and 2009 Model plenty of Times. And yes i admit, its one of the best CG-125's i have ever driven, doesn't make you feel that you are going on Speed (No Vibrations or such). But ofcourse, you'll have to be careful of that Disc brake (almost killed me once, but that God no 'stoppie' incident happend)
Whatever Fankari these official people have done in their bikes, our local mechanics still do their 'tajarbaat' on these bikes, and they somehow manage to unlock the full potential of these bikes. I dont know how they do it ... but they do it and its a fact.
I'll be waiting to see this newer model personally.