Most of us here, have been reading out each and every details on YBR since its launch. We already have some detailed discussions (feedback, appreciation, criticism), awesome photoshots and much more.
In this thread, I would not want to reiterate the same things again. I just want to highlight few assumptions, thoughts, verdicts, decisions.... highlighting them keeping YBR in the discussion.
Before I should proceed, I really want to clear things up. You can take the following as a blog, writer opinion, writer experience. Following piece of writing is neither a set of rules nor I am saying it is really really true. I can be very very wrong but please ignore me, incase. I will be very thankful.
My idea is just to roughly highlights few things/concepts, how we follow the proceedings and decide ourselves.
1. Tank and seat shape: We thought there are very less number of people who actually want to own such a bike, in Pakistan such bike can never be successful, a verdict given.
2. Made in China: If it is made in China, it will be of low quality. A self made universal truth.
3. Dug Dug sound: We were greatly influenced by the fear that a 125 category bike having no dug dug sound will eventually become failure.
4. Carb...its just another junk: We decide its another addition to the junk.
5. Price: We assumed that we are very less in numbers who can actually go and buy such pricey items...tends to a bike failure.
6. Mein te Honda ee le'saan: We have decided, people are still blind die hard fans and would never change their minds.
7. Only PakWheeler knows the new entrants (there features/technology/advantages): We discussed many times and presented a case that there is tiny minority which exists on PakWheels who actually knows about the latest whereas others are still living in the 70's era.
With all such things, YBR should never be successful. Reality is quite different as we all are seeing.