Hemant W

Gladiator ss

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YES YES YES........

i don`t u hav already bought ur bike or not....

after 6 months research from verios site,bike india ,auto car books n

also test all 125 bike...i bought Yamaha Gladuator.ss...n ride for last

five months ...

pls ride it,feel it,..wow what a seed,what a balance,what a refinement...splendid..n what a looks...!!!!!

pls,ride it once...u never willing to go with other....

its my recommendation.......

saibal

never go with any bajaj,or hh gl.

only bike can compare with it only...honda shine...(but not at high way)

many time i overtake shine:))....n pulser 150 too

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also consider honda stunner..its fresh to the market..gladiator is little old...both have same standard of quality,refinement,fuel economy..the honda looks better.

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HI guys Finally i baught Gladi ss RED-SIL. Thanks for sugesstions. well i have taken test ride of Stunner, xcd135,Flame. But i found Gladi as a best option. the stunner is looks bulky & not easy to drive on crowded roads, Flame has got some complaints for performance, XCD 135- the fuel tank looks shabby & typical Bajaj design. well just one drawback in Gladi is there is no Trip meter. otherwise it Rocks on road, many people around ask abt it. 7 most IMP there r very few Gladis on rd, so u ll not fill bored, as feel wen i look Pulsars,Hondas. Thanks Guys- ill keep all updated about experiences with my Gladi SS.

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HI guys Finally i baught Gladi ss RED-SIL. Thanks for sugesstions. well i have taken test ride of Stunner' date=' xcd135,Flame. But i found Gladi as a best option. the stunner is looks bulky & not easy to drive on crowded roads, Flame has got some complaints for performance, XCD 135- the fuel tank looks shabby & typical Bajaj design. well just one drawback in Gladi is there is no Trip meter. otherwise it Rocks on road, many people around ask abt it. 7 most IMP there r very few Gladis on rd, so u ll not fill bored, as feel wen i look Pulsars,Hondas. Thanks Guys- ill keep all updated about experiences with my Gladi SS.[/quote'] congrats hemant,you have made a good decision.remember i told you about the "exclusivity".take good care of your bike and it wil give you many miles and years of good performance.now post us some pics of your new found love!!

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my friend u ve not mentioned figures. please provide us that which gladiator u own? ss type or old one? wat is the mileage u r observing & wat is ur expectaion from gladi as compared with other bikes.

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