A whiff of fresh air in the 100/110 cc category in Pakistan. Previously we have had flat-lying engine heads in this category. It is the first one with an almost-vertical engine-head placement as in 125cc engines. Mechanical experts here can shed light on the advantages it would bring.
Talking about the current package, if the exact same bike is available for sale in Pakistan as shown in the pictures, then I am happy that Suzuki is giving a good build-quality which would somewhat justify its reasonably higher price. And in this price, Suzuki should promise a fuel average of at least 60 km/l. Moreover, I like the fact a trip-meter is available on it.
Personally I think the seat design could have been better, and they should have featured a tachometer and front-tyre disk brake. Had these been included in the offer, plus the fuel economy, it would sell as hot cakes.
These days I am considering to buy Suzuki Raider 110cc after my 2010 model Honda CD 100 is sold out which I am currently commuting on. Now this new machine by Suzuki is tempting me to buy it instead of Raider. But I will wait till more information/reviews are available.
Good work and good luck, Suzuki. I want monopoly of Honda be broken which would urge companies to introduce innovative and quality products.