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    I think refresh is not available now days,its just hyper edge...

    I want to keep this bike for at least 6-7 years..
    can i trust on TVS's quality compared to BAJAJ Pulsar??

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    Quote Originally Posted by sangy27 View Post
    I think refresh is not available now days,its just hyper edge...

    I want to keep this bike for at least 6-7 years..
    can i trust on TVS's quality compared to BAJAJ Pulsar??
    well tvs is anyday more reliable than bajaj.if you want to keep this for atleast 6-7 years then you have to take care of it with time to time oil changing,air filter cleaning,break pad changing,chain lubing ,carb cleaning and other required services.but for 6-7 years peaceful ownership i would suggest yamaha or honda.it's not that tvs is not reliable,but yamaha and honda excels in this reliability dependent.
    and the question remains why do i race?
    every finishing line is the begining of a new race.

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    (:)people keeps on saying add spark to life, bajaj got hold of that idea and added an extra spark to bike.

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    ^^ I really wonder how you arrived at the conclusion TVS is better than Bajaj in quality, sounds really funny. Provided that you do all that you mentioned any bike will last for a life time.

    TS.. you could take a look at GS150R, you will get good power/decent looks/mileage will also meet your requirements. I'm not sure how good is Suzuki service/spares availability in your area. Would have gone on and suggested Disco 150/P135LS, but looking at your list it does appear that you don't like Indian brands that much.

    As per your selection, SS125 is a great bike, but I don't think it meets your requirement in mileage. (saying this on hearsay.. generally, I haven't seen SS125 owners giving 50+ numbers on mileage). Other than that it's a great bike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vrugonnab View Post
    ^^ I really wonder how you arrived at the conclusion TVS is better than Bajaj in quality, sounds really funny.
    if you find my above quote funny i am more than happy to entertain you.some people always overlook the facts.
    and the question remains why do i race?
    every finishing line is the begining of a new race.

    #i have learnt to manipulate my own adrenaline and the perception of biking is different.
    #overkill is underrated.
    #how random roads may appear there is always a destination.[SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]
    #i don't subscribe to co-incidence,either it is the rider or the other moron on the road

    (:)people keeps on saying add spark to life, bajaj got hold of that idea and added an extra spark to bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sayank10 View Post
    if you find my above quote funny i am more than happy to entertain you.some people always overlook the facts.
    oh.. yeah i'm entertained, didn't know that your opinions are considered as facts around here. By the way is that the reason why TVS sells less number of bikes than Bajaj
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    Quote Originally Posted by vrugonnab View Post
    ^^ I really wonder how you arrived at the conclusion TVS is better than Bajaj in quality, sounds really funny. Provided that you do all that you mentioned any bike will last for a life time.

    TS.. you could take a look at GS150R, you will get good power/decent looks/mileage will also meet your requirements. I'm not sure how good is Suzuki service/spares availability in your area. Would have gone on and suggested Disco 150/P135LS, but looking at your list it does appear that you don't like Indian brands that much.

    As per your selection, SS125 is a great bike, but I don't think it meets your requirement in mileage. (saying this on hearsay.. generally, I haven't seen SS125 owners giving 50+ numbers on mileage). Other than that it's a great bike.
    Well an SS125 does actually give 55+, you can go to ownership forum and ask any one, or better still ask those who have the bike. Proper maintained bike in any condition of ride gives 50-60kmpl.
    There are no short-cuts to any place worth going. So ride safe when you are treading uncharted roads.

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