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    Hi bikers, am having trouble deciding on which 150cc segment bike to buy. Am currently owning Honda Shine SP. It's seat height is 800mm which is little bit high for me...need a 150cc bike with comfortable seat height and correct seating posture. My options are,

    1. SUZUKI Gixxer
    2. Yamaha FZ
    3. Honda Unicorn 160

    Hornet is also there but it's a bit heavy for me. Do put in your valuable suggestions and direct me to good ride plz

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    Default Re: Which 150cc to buy

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    I personally find the Gixxer the best of the 150cc naked lot! But do check on quality of SVC in your area
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    Default Re: Which 150cc to buy

    Gixxer should be the first choice. Best value for money with good performance and style.

    FZ should be a close second. a reliable fuel injected engine comes with a price which makes it a bit more premium. If you have the budget, go for it.

    Unicorn should be the last among the shortlisted bikes. Its a reliable and smooth, but simple looking power commuter. Lacks any style or charisma, a choice for someone who just wants something to take him to office and back.

    Take test rides and choose the one that suits you the best.
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    Default Re: Which 150cc to buy

    I'd suggest the Gixxer because the inclusion of ABS on the bike. But as Monk said, service availability may be a problem. So its better to check at a local dealer and then go ahead with the decision
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    Gixxer SF FI ABS, best Option
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