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Thread: Any Superbike (Suzuki) showroom in Malaysia?

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    Default Any Superbike (Suzuki) showroom in Malaysia?

    Guys are there any superbike showroom in Malaysia from where i can get Suzuki Hayabusa.I checked on Suzuki's official website but can't find anything more than Mopeds.If someone can help me with the dealer's address it will be easy for me to locate them in Malaysia.

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    Rahul you could have asked about the same in your ongoing thread in which you are looking for suggestions on buying a pre owned R1.
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    Besides, why are you looking to buy a Hayabusa from Malaysia when its officially available here?

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    Rahul,

    Is this gonna be your first big bike?

    If Yes, try to find yourself a good 600....preferably a Honda.

    Going for a liter or bigger bike, as your first bike, is definitely suicidal.

    If I were you, I'd definitely stay away from hippobusa.

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    Guys my parents are buying me the bike.They won't let me change the bike again and again.Actually the colors available in India on the Hayabusa are not of my taste.I was wlling to buy the white one.The bike is not going to be excessively used,just for a spin in the evening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rahul016 View Post
    Guys my parents are buying me the bike.They won't let me change the bike again and again.Actually the colors available in India on the Hayabusa are not of my taste.I was wlling to buy the white one.The bike is not going to be excessively used,just for a spin in the evening.
    Dont take it otherwise but sound like a classic case of A poser with deep pockets IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rahul016 View Post
    Guys my parents are buying me the bike.They won't let me change the bike again and again.Actually the colors available in India on the Hayabusa are not of my taste.I was wlling to buy the white one.The bike is not going to be excessively used,just for a spin in the evening.
    instead you could buy one from india and paint it according to your wish,it'd cost you less.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rahul016 View Post
    Guys my parents are buying me the bike.They won't let me change the bike again and again.Actually the colors available in India on the Hayabusa are not of my taste.I was wlling to buy the white one.The bike is not going to be excessively used,just for a spin in the evening.
    White is a 2008 model. Not an 2009. I ride an 2008 white busa. Pm for details. You can buy it here.... why importing it all the way from malaysia. And getting clearence in customs is a pain in a$$.

    Think of it again of your choice of importing it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rahul016 View Post
    Guys my parents are buying me the bike.They won't let me change the bike again and again.Actually the colors available in India on the Hayabusa are not of my taste.I was wlling to buy the white one.The bike is not going to be excessively used,just for a spin in the evening.
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    instead you could buy one from india and paint it according to your wish,it'd cost you less.
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    White is a 2008 model. Not an 2009. I ride an 2008 white busa. Pm for details. You can buy it here.... why importing it all the way from malaysia. And getting clearence in customs is a pain in a$$.

    Think of it again of your choice of importing it.
    There is a White/Blue in '09 as well. When I went to the showroom in Bombay they said they can get me that colour as well.

    Its a big headache getting it from abroad. Not worth it. You will have to find a good clearing agent who will charge a bomb and for all you know, the bike will turn out to be more expensive than buying from the showroom. That would be a really dumb thing to do.

    Just remember one thing. Even if you under value the bike a little bit, the DRI guys have every right to confiscate it. Then you'd think, you shouldn't have spent even 1 lakh on it. When you buy the bike from here, the DRI guys can't touch it!

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