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Honda CBF Stunner
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100% of reviewers Rs.65,886.00 9.0


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Registered: June 2013
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Review Date: Sat June 15, 2013 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: Rs.65,886.00 | Rating: 9 

Positive aspects of the product (pros): Sporty looks, Great pickup, Great price
Cons: Switches

I used a 75cc Scooty pep for 3 years and now the time was near to upgrade to a bike. From the beginning itself I was in love with Apache RTR, ignoring its low fuel efficiency and heavy maintainence. As I went to the TVS showroom, I found out that black RTR 180 ABS was in a waiting period of about 1 month. There was no way I was going to wait. My dad finally convinced me to go for lower cc bikes, So I shortlisted Hero Hunk, Bajaj Pulsar 150. But still, I wasn't impressed with the kind of fuel efficiency both bikes offered. I commute 35-40 kms to my college, so mileage was a big issue. And lastly, I dropped to 125 cc, and Shine was an obvious choice for my dad. But I resisted it, and went for Stunner. I was surprised one day, to see one of the new models in black parked around. I was mighty impressed with the kind of looks. So I finalized on Stunner. I went to Honda showroom, and the guys there were pretty eager and friendly. Luckily, they had a black one in stock, so I got the bike delivered on the same day itself with full amount paid in cash. Now lets move on to the bike...
First impression.
First of all, as a disclaimer, this is a bike for youngsters, and not uncles who are looking for a practical 125cc fuel efficient bike. This bike consumes fuel if you take it to the peak of it's performance. I've heard people complaining about it's fuel efficiency, hiding the fact that they used the bike in a rough manner. Guys, all the rumours I've heard, and possibly you also may have heard, have truths behind it. So before making a decision listening to other's complains, Listen to your heart,
which is exactly what I did, and am pretty satisfied. College going lads will love this bike, once bought. Middle aged men who admire looks and don't mind a bit lower fuel economy, will find the bike good enough. Otherwise, the bike IS NOT FOR YOU.
It does look like a sports bike and offers much more features than the rivals in it's segment(split seat, tachometer). Half chain casing, Wider tubeless tyres. The company's specs showed TVS tyres as stock but I got MRF Zapper with mine. Yipee!! But it's the most expensive 125 cc.. Who cares.

The Ride..

It handles very smoothly.. I mean butter smooth. The 0-60 on this bike is unbelievable. Take a test ride and be thrilled. The bike is a bit high too, which has a nice feel to it. The seats are shaped right and are very comfortable, even for long drives. The pickup, is also great.. Even at 5th gear. The accelearation is prompt, as we would expect from a Honda. The bike picks up revvs(rpm) very quickly. The engine is quite and classy. Vibrates in the rpm range of 5-6k, which is the same for most of the bikes. The fuel efficiency, as the showroom guys told me, is around 45 kmpl during the piston rousing. They said it'd return a decent 55-60 in city traffic/ 62+ on highways after the first service, that too if you limit the speeds to 40-50 km/hr. Otherwise also, it'd give a 50


The pillion is a bit too high, if you want to have your dad/mom on the back. But otherwise, it's perfect. The headlamps' beam is widespread, but feels a bit dim, visible though. Mirrors are good as well. They got a nice finish. Switches are the part I'm not that happy about. The quality is not so good as you may expect from a bike of this class. They aren't backlighted, so it becomes difficult to sort the switches in night, specially, the dipper switch. But you get used to it. In rainy season, the under cowl gets dirty as hell. But to those who admire the looks of the bike, never bother, after all, it's only for 2 months! The tachometer and the speedometer are analogue, the way it used to be in older sportsbikes, like the Ninja 250R. But it does't do an auto rotate like the new age bikes, on turning the key ON. It's also got an analogue trip meter, which is old school, but cool. Overall, I'm happy that I ended up buying myself a Stunner.
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