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    Quote Originally Posted by haxor View Post
    yeah!!
    stunner is the most xpensive but here stunner with DB and ES cost around 56k and apache rtr refresh around 67k so makes sense
    dude apache RTr refresh costs 63 k

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    here rtr refresh cost about 67k on road i think cuz of octroi tax and other tax....
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    thank you for the report Balaji. I will help me decide on this bike for a cousin brother of mine. I test rode the bike today and I noticed a few things. I realise it's very expensive but at the same time if some is looking for a very good looking, relatively powerful, light weight everyday bike I think Stunner is a good choice.The engine has that typical Honda soft humming sound. Infact when I engaged the clutch the engine became almost silent as if it was turned off. Seating is extremely comfortable and very well designed. Seating on the bike or while riding it you feel as if you are actually riding a bigger bike. But the pulling power is not as good as compared to it's elder siblings. Powerband starts from 3rd gear onwards. Nevertheless, the gear shifting mechanism is just like cutting through butter. It doesnt get any perfect than that - typical Honda which is almost lightyears ahead of the shifting quaity of my P180 UG3. There is no sound or effort while shifting in any gear. Even finding the neutral is such an easy job on this bike. Gear shifting is feature touch. Even the clutch is damn good. The best part is that it's pretty light so even after riding for hours in city traffic one wouldnt feel tired. Few cons I noticed were the absence of engine kill switch , the placement of the choke button & the wierd design of the switch gear.

    To sum it up all if some one is looking for VFM look else where but if some one is willing to pay for a very good bike in the 125cc category then I think one may look at the CBF stunner.

    @ Owners: Kindly confirm on the mileage figures.
    Last edited by sabret00the; 10-12-2008 at 02:08 AM.

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    Hi Guys....I own a Stunner CBF and believe me its undoubtedly the best 125cc bike available in India today....and only Glady is next to it......It has very refined Honda engine with decent power and pick-up....it feels like u r riding a 150cc bike or even more....and the mileage which I'm getting is 60-61km/l...and its true.....I do not cross 60km/h speed...as it is new....however it reaches 60km/h from standstill very quickly....the only disadvantage which I feel is its rear shockers r quite stiff......and I like heavy exhaust sound as in apache rtr....but it is quite silent just like any other Honda engine....Rest all is very good....I strongly recommend Stunner for those who r looking for a good durable 125cc bike.....after all its a Honda..

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    Guys I saw Yellow CBF Stunner today in the showroom....it rocks...atlast yellow has arrived !!
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    60K for 125 cc bike ya... it looks good .....but yar bike engine 125cc can be compare to 125cc engine of splender............after all bike me dammm nahi hai!!! may be i love stunner if it was launch in above 150 cc

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    Quote Originally Posted by akshaye11 View Post
    60K for 125 cc bike ya... it looks good .....but yar bike engine 125cc can be compare to 125cc engine of splender............after all bike me dammm nahi hai!!! may be i love stunner if it was launch in above 150 cc
    man i like the stunner in terms of look and performance and good for college students as it is light on pocket
    and yeah u cannot compare it with rtr or pulsar 180
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    Quote Originally Posted by akshaye11 View Post
    60K for 125 cc bike ya... it looks good .....but yar bike engine 125cc can be compare to 125cc engine of splender............after all bike me dammm nahi hai!!! may be i love stunner if it was launch in above 150 cc
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    Quote Originally Posted by akshaye11 View Post
    60K for 125 cc bike ya... it looks good .....but yar bike engine 125cc can be compare to 125cc engine of splender............after all bike me dammm nahi hai!!! may be i love stunner if it was launch in above 150 cc
    But we are seeing such differences now very often:
    you have Unicorn(150cc) in 65k
    FZ16(150cc) in 75k
    RTR EFI in 75k
    Pulsar 180CC - 68,300/-
    and Pulsar 200CC in 78k ..

    So engine size or power are not the only price deciding factors anymore.
    Quote Originally Posted by haxor View Post
    here rtr refresh cost about 67k on road i think cuz of octroi tax and other tax....
    Yes, in bangalore it's 66, 7xx/- in Bangalore, that too I guess after reduction whereas stunner is 58, 368/-. So it's almost 8.5k difference here.


    Owners please chip in with
    - most common problems with Stunner
    - and mileage.
    Last edited by chauhan_saurabh; 12-27-2008 at 11:26 PM.

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    friend one of my friend owns this bike and it gives generally a mileage of 60+
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