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    Default Yamaha seriously needs to step up its game in Pakistan

    These are the bikes and price tags of two hot selling yamaha bikes in india.
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    Pakistan is not ready for r3 but this saluto will be imo an awsome addition and will sell like hot cakes even if priced the same as pridor!


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    Quote Originally Posted by asharab.butt View Post
    Obviously, I believe that these bikes shouldnt be bought on the basis of speed or acceleration but on the basis of comfort and mileage. These are daily runners not superbikes!


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    Yes. Very true. If someone wants sheer power, there are plenty of bikes out there who do just that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by biloo View Post
    For the record, i love the suspension and the styling of the ybr . Its a beauty undoubtedly but we better learn to accept when smething is wrong. They don't have good mechanics out there and there are people suffering cos of it. If the bike is capable of something then those who have paid for it want it as well.

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    Yes you are right. The ybr does have niggles but power imo is not one. It's plenty. But that is just me. Maybe I am "captain slow". Mechanics is also a issue for many owners out there and steps must be taken to rectify it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hamza_xeg View Post
    Yes you are right. The ybr does have niggles but power imo is not one. It's plenty. But that is just me. Maybe I am "captain slow". Mechanics is also a issue for many owners out there and steps must be taken to rectify it.
    Thanks for agreeing

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