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  1. In the time of innovative advancements, a moto-cycle sector in 2020 has confronted a gigantic stoppage in assembling and generation, subsequently, allowing us a chance to profit a vehicle with unambiguous highlights at a truly reasonable cost. In this whole pandemic we all want some cheap and feasible bikes so here are the list of all the best bikes under 80000 to 100000 rs Bajaj Pulsar 150 Neon TVS Apache RTR 160 4V Carburetor Single Disc Yamaha SZ RR v2.0 Honda CB Unicorn 150 Honda CB Unicorn 160 CBS Honda CB Shine 125 SP Hero Honda Super Splendor Yamaha Saluto 125 Disc Hero Xtreme Sports Hero Honda Glamour PGM-FI
  2. If you want to know more about them then click:- 1) Suzuki GSX-150 R 2) Honda Cb150 R 3) Honda CBR 250 RR 4) Yamaha MT-03 5) Yamaha R3 2020
  3. I am planning on buying a Bike that will be used for travelling daily to my office. The total distance will be 16kms. My options are-Bajaj Pulsar 220 F 2018/Bajaj Pulsar RS200/Yamaha YZF R15 V3. Which one should I buy? Kindly suggest.
  4. HI guys, I am planning to buy a new bike with a budget of upto 2 lakhs. I have no experience what so ever on a 2 wheeler. But, I would like to buy a Yamaha FZ25. I wanted to know my decision of buying a 250 CC bike is good decision or not. Also, I would like to know if the power output(i.e. 20PS) of the bike is too much. Some of my friends say its a good decision, but others say its too much power. So please help, I'm really confused.
  5. Dear Members, Recently i started my hunting for my dream wheels, after watching first ride, review and impressions and so on. I need Solid Bike to be a beast. My Requirements are 1. Dual Channel ABS 2. Naked Look 3. Fuel Injector 4. Mileage around 30-40 KMPL 5. Low maintenance About me : My daily Usage in City Limit will be around 50 KM and 20 KM on highway, and Every 15 Days Road trip of around 500-600 KM My Inspiration From Some Premium Bikes 1. Suzuki Gixxer - Handling 2. Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS - Triple Spark 3. Yamaha FZ v2.0 - Rear Tyre, Fuel Injector, 4. Royal Enfield - Solid Feel 5. Honda Hornet - Look 6.Dominar 400 - Performance, Projector Headlamp My plan is about on June or July , ready to weight for right Beast, Please Help me To land on Right Path
  6. Yamaha by introducing FZ25, created a new segment "affordable 250cc". Its high time that Honda intoduces CB 250 F Twister model to heat up the competition. Just sharing a link of a comparision between the Brazil version of yamaha and honda counterpart Guys lets discuss.
  7. Yamaha has imported its MT07 and MT09 for testing purpose in india Source
  8. Hi, I own a Yamaha SS 125 and considering an upgrade. I am 5'7" tall and weigh 62 Kgs. I am confused between Yamaha SZ - RR, Suzuki GS 150R and Honda Trigger. Below are my priorities listed in descending order (higher to lower). I live in Bangalore and my riding will be mostly in city and little bit of weekend getways ranging 150 kms to and fro. Handling Braking Performance Comfort Price Mileage Concerns about mentioned bikes: Trigger - Not that easy to zip through traffic Suzuki GS 150R - 6 gears which could be troublesome in traffic and rear seat looks very tall Yamaha SZ - RR - Plastics surrounding tank might get damaged easily in parking Please advise me which one to choose and why?
  9. Hi guys, I was planning to buy the new FZ-S 2.0, but after the launch of Gixxer, I am really confused as the latter has really stood out in reviews and test-drives. Can someone guide me as to which one should I go for? Thanks.
  10. I came to know from one person that Yamaha Fazer's new model is going to be launched in end of 2014? Is it true? Any specs details about it ?
  11. I'm just baffled by the decision of Yamaha for targeting just girls with a product which wont look bad on boys . Leaving aside the shades , the design of Ray is brilliant , has a youthful tone . Employing women in almost every procedure is no doubt a good move . But just tagging Ray as a girls scooter may leave a bad taste . Yamaha had a few examples infront of it , Kinetic ( Mahindra ) Flyte and Hero Honda ( Hero ) Pleasure . Both targeted towards fairer sex , didn't fly of the shelves . Lets take the Flyte first . Kinetic could have targeted college students with it . My sis owns one , and I can tell you its quite a package . Zippy engine , compact body and good brakes . Still , you see the results . Second , the Pleasure . A Honda Activa clone , could have done wonders for Hero , just because of Hero badge . But the Boys kept away from it . There is high percentage of urban youth which start of with an automatic scooter . In addition to it , the growing trafic favors the automatic scooters . So there is a huge market for scooters . Auto makers shouldn't tag themselves to a particular audience . It will be really interesting to see the market reaction , after the initial hype fades . Your take !
  12. ketan

    Yamaha Ray

    Hello Everyone, Glad to inform you all that I took delivery of my Yamaha Ray today. Quick Review: Pros: 1. Low Seat Height/ Flat Seat : Convenient for Females, Elderly people. 2. Telescopic Suspension : Bless in a city like Pune. 3. Cubby Storage Space near Handle Lock : Useful for storing tiny items. 4. Easy Main Stand : Convenient for Females, Elderly people. Cons: 1. Horn : Sound is ridiculously low. 2. Low beam : Range is short. Will update this thread from time to time. Anyone wants to buy Yahama Ray, Queries Welcome! Best Regards, K