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    Hey, I want to buy a new scooter I am confused between tvs Jupiter and hero maestro edge.
    Please suggest me which I should buy it's gonna be my 1st ever two wheelers.😍 I am very excited.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hd_hardikdesai View Post
    Hey, I want to buy a new scooter I am confused between tvs Jupiter and hero maestro edge.
    Please suggest me which I should buy it's gonna be my 1st ever two wheelers.😍 I am very excited.
    I'm on the same boat LOL. If you get to know anything, let me know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by srinath2494 View Post
    I'm on the same boat LOL. If you get to know anything, let me know.
    I have completely changed my mind and will be booking a access 125 soon 110 cc scooter are kinda lazy when you have two full sized adults 😂

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    Quote Originally Posted by hd_hardikdesai View Post
    I have completely changed my mind and will be booking a access 125 soon 110 cc scooter are kinda lazy when you have two full sized adults 😂
    Good. Disc brake variant or drum? Let me know how it is once you buy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by srinath2494 View Post
    Good. Disc brake variant or drum? Let me know how it is once you buy.
    Disk break obviously, I even have a thread of mine where I posted this query. I'll be posting there I can't post my access pics here😂
    U can check out on its official website there are some unsaid features listed which I liked.

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    But Maestro Edge has good features like USB charging, under seat light, petrol knob outside near tail lamp and good new front telescopic suspension and also available in great colors. Hope Suzuki Access has all these features.
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    Quote Originally Posted by md_minhaj View Post
    But Maestro Edge has good features like USB charging, under seat light, petrol knob outside near tamil lamp and good new front telescopic suspension and also available in great colors. Hope Suzuki Access has all these features.
    Access has a 12v socket like car, it only misses out on external fuel filling and boot light. Positives is the awesome engine,disk break, bigger boot space full face helmet can be kept. Which serves the purpose according to me.
    We can't have everything we have to compromise something that's what I have learned through my search for the scooters.

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    @srinath2494 Superb thread.....

    I made the same mistake of yours RTR 180 that too without ABS...


    I just want to Share my experience on my previous helmet...


    Basically am from Chennai.....
    I got my bike during 19. So my first helmet was actually an offroad helmet(Gliders nosy one) bought it for a mere 1100.


    After 1 year I met with an accident due to my rear tyre losing grip completely and skip off... I actually highsided... which broke my left side jawbone completely.... and the interesting part here is
    my helmet it actually broke and the impact from it has broken my jaw....
    I was in hospital for almost 10 days and the first 2 days I was totally unconscious due to head injury(now you can figure out the cheap helmet's quality)....


    Now my advice is whatever you guys are buying... Just make sure to get an well certified full face helmet and good quality gears.... do not think of it as a waste of money ever....
    It will save your priceless life and your loved ones tears..
    Thanks everyone ride safe.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by sstherockz View Post
    @srinath2494 Superb thread.....

    I made the same mistake of yours RTR 180 that too without ABS...


    I just want to Share my experience on my previous helmet...


    Basically am from Chennai.....
    I got my bike during 19. So my first helmet was actually an offroad helmet(Gliders nosy one) bought it for a mere 1100.


    After 1 year I met with an accident due to my rear tyre losing grip completely and skip off... I actually highsided... which broke my left side jawbone completely.... and the interesting part here is
    my helmet it actually broke and the impact from it has broken my jaw....
    I was in hospital for almost 10 days and the first 2 days I was totally unconscious due to head injury(now you can figure out the cheap helmet's quality)....


    Now my advice is whatever you guys are buying... Just make sure to get an well certified full face helmet and good quality gears.... do not think of it as a waste of money ever....
    It will save your priceless life and your loved ones tears..
    Thanks everyone ride safe.....
    Thanks man.

    Hope your are fine and back to riding your favorite two wheeler.

    There are also high quality off road helmets available but a layman may not spend on it due to extra cost and lack of knowledge about it.

    I lost my friend despite him wearing all high quality expensive gears. It's necessary for us to acknowledge our luck and be humble on road.

    I have had track days at MMRT on RTR. It is going to be little over a year since it happened. In my opinion, after riding RTR and my current bike Gixxer in city, any motorcycle above 100 cc is mostly under utilised, utter strain to our bodies and we pay unnecessarily extra for that. I can see it daily that increasing traffic will never ever let us ride the bike to its limit. Moreover practicality becomes a huge question. Keeping this in mind, I would urge everyone to think about two wheelers in a broader sense - keeping in mind their health, practicality and specs that would just be adequate.

    We can buy motorcycles for recreation and long rides if we can afford them. For daily usage, something more convenient and tameable would be better. Please be careful while commuting daily on your motorcycle.
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