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Old 21st January 2013, 01:20   #16
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Congratulations

Did you have a chance to compare the Swish's pickup vs. Vespa...? I read that the Vespa has excellent pickup. Anyone had a chance to compare both ?
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Did you have a chance to compare the Swish's pickup vs. Vespa...? I read that the Vespa has excellent pickup. Anyone had a chance to compare both ?
I did try on my friends Yellow Vespa,But pick up on it is much better than Activa and Dio one can say.Its nothing compared to Access or Swish,Its a Total different league.I mean to say Swish/Access has the best pickup in any scooter in India.
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Old 28th January 2013, 11:09   #18
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congratulations on the white swish. i too bough a red swish for my wife after going through the whole selection process. Will soon start a thread to the red beauty. i also got my tyres changed to mrf zappers tubeless for added comfort and security.
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Old 28th January 2013, 21:27   #19
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congratulations on the white swish. i too bough a red swish for my wife after going through the whole selection process. Will soon start a thread to the red beauty. i also got my tyres changed to mrf zappers tubeless for added comfort and security.
Thanks & Same to you mate!Btw How much did those zappers cost?
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Old 29th January 2013, 16:56   #20
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i got those zappers for 2000 + exchange of the factory fitted ceat secura. i just love the handling now and the ride comfort is awesome. i guess its all to tubeless tyres
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i got those zappers for 2000 + exchange of the factory fitted ceat secura. i just love the handling now and the ride comfort is awesome. i guess its all to tubeless tyres
Oh!You got the ceat tyres?I got the zappers stock.But its not the zappers which is same as the ones on Dio.
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the tyres i have got are mrf zappers . i think they are available on all new honda activa and dio. they are tubeless . they also have very less road noise and add great comfort. highly recommend these tyres.here are the pics of its tyresName:  memo 085.jpg
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the tyres i have got are mrf zappers . i think they are available on all new honda activa and dio. they are tubeless . they also have very less road noise and add great comfort. highly recommend these tyres.here are the pics of its tyresAttachment 1046179

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Will change after 5k kms!I did get zappers but the zappers have block type cuts.
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I went in to purchase the swish today. I tried out both the swish and access.

The access seemed to have the more planted ride and seemed more solid.

The swish seemed lighter and taller. Pickup seemed identical.

I'm really confused between the two... any suggestions....?

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Old 18th February 2013, 21:39   #25
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I went in to purchase the swish today. I tried out both the swish and access.

The access seemed to have the more planted ride and seemed more solid.

The swish seemed lighter and taller. Pickup seemed identical.

I'm really confused between the two... any suggestions....?
Dude,What you said is right.But Swish is the more mature option of the two.
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Old 8th May 2013, 00:16   #26
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Planning to get a swish for my wifey. But would love to get a few queries resolved before I plonk my money on this motor.
Has your engine stalling problem completely solved?
What is the mileage you get in city driving conditions?
Are the service costs reasonable?
What accessories would you want me to go with when buying the vehicle?

Sorry to bother you with too many questions. Hope you find the time to answer them.
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Old 13th May 2013, 13:00   #27
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Planning to get a swish for my wifey. But would love to get a few queries resolved before I plonk my money on this motor.
Has your engine stalling problem completely solved?
What is the mileage you get in city driving conditions?
Are the service costs reasonable?
What accessories would you want me to go with when buying the vehicle?

Sorry to bother you with too many questions. Hope you find the time to answer them.
1)Engine stalling problem was solved in 5 mins.
2)Mileage 40-45 Kpl(at a speed below 50 Km/hr)
30-35 Kpl(above 50 Km/hr)
3)Service cost's alway's come's below Rs 800.
4)Buy a floor mat,And a pair of grips for the handle.
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Booked silver swish today with free accessories worth Rs.1000. This is a new color that has hit the showrooms but yet to be updated in their website.
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