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    Default Re: Selecting a perfect tourer under 1.5 L

    Please do tell me if touring accessories such as tank bags, panniers etc are available and compatible with these bikes😃

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    Default Re: Selecting a perfect tourer under 1.5 L

    Quote Originally Posted by Pareekshith View Post
    Please do tell me if touring accessories such as tank bags, panniers etc are available and compatible with these bikes😃
    It is definitely available for NS200, Apache RTR and Fz25.
    Not sure for Xpulse

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pareekshith View Post
    Thank you very much. I'm not in for looks. I'm very much interested in practicability, vfm and touring capabilities.
    if you are interested in practicality, avoid these naked sports, you need a tourer with windshield during high speed runs in touring.
    Might be a Cbr 250 r may suit you or Bajaj RS 200 , yamaha fazer 25 windshield is ineffective....
    "If you care enough for a result,you will most certainly attain it."

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    Quote Originally Posted by fullmoon View Post
    if you are interested in practicality, avoid these naked sports, you need a tourer with windshield during high speed runs in touring.
    Might be a Cbr 250 r may suit you or Bajaj RS 200 , yamaha fazer 25 windshield is ineffective....
    I heard that rs 200 has a very sporty riding position and gives back pain on long tours. So, I didn't consider it. CBR is discontinued right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pareekshith View Post
    I heard that rs 200 has a very sporty riding position and gives back pain on long tours. So, I didn't consider it. CBR is discontinued right.
    Preowned CBR 250R won't be a bad choice if you get the C-ABS Variant
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    Quote Originally Posted by fullmoon View Post
    Preowned CBR 250R won't be a bad choice if you get the C-ABS Variant
    Saw a couple of CBR abs variants on olx. 1.2 to 1.5 lakhs. But I thought I would get a new bike at that price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pareekshith View Post
    Saw a couple of CBR abs variants on olx. 1.2 to 1.5 lakhs. But I thought I would get a new bike at that price.
    Go for Suzuki GSX 250R it'll release this year
    Quote Originally Posted by Pareekshith View Post
    Saw a couple of CBR abs variants on olx. 1.2 to 1.5 lakhs. But I thought I would get a new bike at that price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abhijithpreddy View Post
    Go for Suzuki GSX 250R it'll release this year
    But that's too costly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pareekshith View Post
    But that's too costly
    How can you say that? From what I know from Suzuki due to my ties a 250cc single mill should release by September, October with original gixxer engine build with about 27-28bhp but with a oil cooler to keep costs down like how yamaha did on the fz25.

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    Saw in a couple of websites that it may be priced around 3 lakhs

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