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    Default My new Yamaha YBR 125 Blue *jazzy77*

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    I purchased this beautiful machine last week and I am loving it. Its stability, road grip
    , comfort and driving pleasure all are superb. Although its tail light should have been better (In my opinion it should be triangular, something like Yamaha R1).

    Here are the pictures.

    My new Yamaha YBR 125 Blue *jazzy77* - 18828184216 86cbbe6869 z

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    MashaALLAH, ALLAH naseeb Farmaein ameen
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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzy77 View Post
    Build quality of both bikes is good.
    Honda CG Dream 125 is good for the sound and its acceleration on straight roads. Its stupid vibration makes you sick. Grip of handle is hard and a little uncomfortable. It thrilling sound instigates you to drive fast and I mean fast. Seat for the pillion rider becomes uncomfortable after riding for 5-10 minutes. If you love Honda bikes CG Dream is a good choice. I still like it very much but I have to sell it

    Yamaha YBR 125 very quiet on road. Acceleration seems to be less than Honda but I felt some torque in it. There is no vibration while driving. Its road grip, handling and stability is far better than Honda. Seat for both riders is comfortable. Makes you enjoy the drive rather than accelerating only. Headlight is very bright and really illuminates the road. I am in love with it.
    very nice short comparison review between ybr & cg dream


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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzy77 View Post
    Build quality of both bikes is good.
    Honda CG Dream 125 is good for the sound and its acceleration on straight roads. Its stupid vibration makes you sick. Grip of handle is hard and a little uncomfortable. It thrilling sound instigates you to drive fast and I mean fast. Seat for the pillion rider becomes uncomfortable after riding for 5-10 minutes. If you love Honda bikes CG Dream is a good choice. I still like it very much but I have to sell it

    Yamaha YBR 125 very quiet on road. Acceleration seems to be less than Honda but I felt some torque in it. There is no vibration while driving. Its road grip, handling and stability is far better than Honda. Seat for both riders is comfortable. Makes you enjoy the drive rather than accelerating only. Headlight is very bright and really illuminates the road. I am in love with it.
    you are 100% right and Yamaha is the new style for younger generation this year 125G is launching as well so i am very positive for Yamaha Bikes portfolio in upcoming years which at least give Honda a wakeup call from deep sleep.

    i also want to add YBR 125 is not very much a family bike since i know many people who used to go with kids / family members on bike as-well including me but it is bit uncomfortable for 3 people on this bike so those thinking it as family bike should reconsider buying YBR 125.
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    Good Hassaan ! what to admire ,Bike or Photography .
    I also opted for the same color ,picture posted in owner's club just because the color itself is a wax enhancer .Would love to keep it scratch & swirl free but the atmospheric situation in Punjab is becoming more polluted and dusty day by day.
    At the end ,thumbs up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by usman_khawaja View Post
    Thanks for your review.

    Hence decided. Yamaha is the bike I am going to buy now..!!!
    Welcome
    Yes ! YBR all the way.

    Quote Originally Posted by amjad635 View Post
    very nice short comparison review between ybr & cg dream



    Quote Originally Posted by Skill View Post
    Good Hassaan ! what to admire ,Bike or Photography .
    I also opted for the same color ,picture posted in owner's club just because the color itself is a wax enhancer .Would love to keep it scratch & swirl free but the atmospheric situation in Punjab is becoming more polluted and dusty day by day.
    At the end ,thumbs up.
    Thankyou very much Amir bhai for the compliments. I'll surely try to take good care of it

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    MashaALLAH, ALLAH naseeb Farmaein ameen
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    Quote Originally Posted by DJNOMI View Post
    you are 100% right and Yamaha is the new style for younger generation this year 125G is launching as well so i am very positive for Yamaha Bikes portfolio in upcoming years which at least give Honda a wakeup call from deep sleep.

    i also want to add YBR 125 is not very much a family bike since i know many people who used to go with kids / family members on bike as-well including me but it is bit uncomfortable for 3 people on this bike so those thinking it as family bike should reconsider buying YBR 125.
    I have seen a few bikes with couples riding and honestly the wives did not look awkward. Seemed preety normal. But there is no place for a third person on this bike even if it is a baby
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    Quote Originally Posted by DJNOMI View Post
    you are 100% right and Yamaha is the new style for younger generation this year 125G is launching as well so i am very positive for Yamaha Bikes portfolio in upcoming years which at least give Honda a wakeup call from deep sleep.

    i also want to add YBR 125 is not very much a family bike since i know many people who used to go with kids / family members on bike as-well including me but it is bit uncomfortable for 3 people on this bike so those thinking it as family bike should reconsider buying YBR 125.
    Yes this is a very valid concern for those small families having one kid atleast. YBR 125 can not be as easy and comfortable to manage a small family with 1-2 kids on a bike than Honda. The stylish seating and wider oil tank is perfect for individual driver but may not be suitable for a lady at the back seat and a couple of kids on front oil tank.
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    Congrats on new nice bike. You really have a very nice camera plus you took shots very nicely.
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    Congrats Hasaan bhai, Mashallah nice color.

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    Can we have pics of Ybr riding two pplz on it so it may give an idea that if it's a fair decision to buy for a two ppl riding or not.
    Any one Plz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by umerchaudhary View Post
    Congrats on new nice bike. You really have a very nice camera plus you took shots very nicely.
    Thankyou

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    Congrats Hasaan bhai, Mashallah nice color.
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    Congratulations brother for your new ride. The bike is awesome and looks complete from all aspects except seating but fit for two persons. How much it costed you and the registration charges? My questions in context of AHL bike are as under:

    1. Fuel average of this bike?
    2. Service workshop location for tuning/ tappet adjustment?
    3. Spare parts availability?
    4. Air filter change time and price?

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    Mubarak ho.
    safe driveing
    bring it on...

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    Ustaad G ! Congrtzzz
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    MashAllah bohat bohat mubarick ho

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    Well done bro good choice

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    Quote Originally Posted by racer7 View Post
    Congratulations brother for your new ride. The bike is awesome and looks complete from all aspects except seating but fit for two persons. How much it costed you and the registration charges? My questions in context of AHL bike are as under:

    1. Fuel average of this bike?
    2. Service workshop location for tuning/ tappet adjustment?
    3. Spare parts availability?
    4. Air filter change time and price?
    Thanks.
    Fuel avg seems good. I havent calculated yet but I can say its more than 40km/l.
    Havent experienced service and spares yet
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dawudi View Post
    Mubarak ho.
    safe driveing
    Thanks Hassan bhai.
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    Quote Originally Posted by waqarbutt View Post
    Ustaad G ! Congrtzzz
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    Quote Originally Posted by JUNOON007 View Post
    MashAllah bohat bohat mubarick ho
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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmed_bpi View Post
    Well done bro good choice

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