After all these useless comments made by other posters you provide the best argument. I bow to your wisdom. The so called quality of Indian bikes is just another fine triumph of the cunning Indian media no doubt. And they seem to have co-opted the corrupt world media in this racket as well. Down with the media now !
I pity the smugglers who risk so much ferrying across Indian MRF tyres to Pakistan that no one wants to buy May Allah almighty shower his benevolence on these foolish smugglers.
I pity those gullible people across the worlds who buy Indian automobiles. Some are even forming owners club to celebrate their misery. Time now to issue a fatwa on that Indonesian pulsar club !
I applaud the fine understanding a Pakistani customer will displays while paying big money for a Ravi Piagio. So what is that bike looks something from the 70’s. Presumably that period was the heyday of bike technology. Shame on Bajaj to waste so much money developing high tech bikes when the pinnacle was already reached 20 yrs back by CD70. They must stop development of the new MPFI Pulsars now !
So what if Ravi Piagio offers only 10,000km warranty? Bajaj with its 30,000km/2yrs extendable to 50,000km warranty is only playing on gullible customers. Again the media is being manipulated by big business. Down with Indian media and its moles on pakwheel! Speaking of moles nickatnite tops my suspects list.
But Sir your most persuasive comment was made on the other thread whereas you mentioned that Indian bikes are a disgrace to Pakistani ladies. To my limited understanding it would appear that the pillion seats on Indian bikes are inadequate to sufficiently accommodate the graceful posteriors (and ample I assume) of Pakistan ladies. That Sir, is the clincher for me. No more counter to this superbly well thought reasoning. Let the Indians keep those small seat bikes to them for ferrying their malnourished women!
This discussion is comprehensively settled and now admins should lock this thread.
As an Indian I am disappointed that our bikes won’t find a market in Pak. But I fully agree that the gracefulness that a CD70 will display while ferrying the delicates of a stately mohterma can never be matched by a mere Bajaj or TVS.
Sir, thank you so much for being such a fine treasure. (Y)