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which brand to go for a new 150 cc bike??
By Drashish 03 March 2009

Fz16 or Unicorn

Answer by Manish 03 March 2009

Go for Honda Unicorn or Suzuki GS150R

Answer by Neermalya 03 March 2009

I would suggest u to go for FZ-16.Its a real performance bike.Honda Unicorn has become dated.Except for honda's smoothing gearbox,FZ scores heavily in all departments.Besides Honda Unicorn's parts are too expensive.FZ is currently the most stunning bike in india and why would one not think of owning it?

Answer by Shakir 03 March 2009

best option is pulser , because it is proven engin , good power to wight ratio , good pick up road grip. u can close u r eye's and buy pulser ....... relayable......

Answer by Satihsh 03 March 2009
Expert`s comment:

If Price is not a constraint FZ16 is a great option . Considering power and performance, price range Pulsar is a good option.

Answer by Shiva Shankar 03 March 2009

I believe that it has to be Hero Honda CBZ extreme or Hunk. This is so because HH has the best service network. Also I have recently purchased it after considering Unicorn, Pulsar,FZ-16& TVS apache. Unicorn is outdated now in technology,Pulsar is for me a too compact bike for my liking as I am around 6 feet so i need a loner bike for legroom.The back wheel cover is made of plastic which is very weak as it jerks when you drive pulsar and the maintenance is very high.FZ-16 is beautiful but equally prone to high expenses in case of even minor accidents as its parts, headlights for example is not surrounded by a frame so more prone to high repair expense.TVS apache is ok but again the after sales service is a question. But for Hero honda the service network is good, parts easily available and with decent looks with which you take your bike to office and also when you are in a party mood. So i gguess it has to be HH CBZ etreme or Hunk as they have the same engine with different body looks. Rest is your decision.

Answer by Prabhav 03 March 2009
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