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Old 6th September 2014, 11:32   #1
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I am seeing advertisements of "Krisaki" Motorcycles around our(Kochi) region. I think they are located at Thodupuzha?

Found out this is their site(very very poorly made; full of grammar mistakes). They claim warranty of 6 years! for their motorcycles and scooters. sites shows 125cc to litre class motorcycles are made by them. scooters also:

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We manufacture motorcycles from 125 cc to 1000 cc .High quality motorcycles comes with standard warranty of 6 years and additional warranty’s also available. Krisaki Will be one of the leading manufactures of motorcycles in India .We are are expecting to cover whole India with dealer networks and sevice centers by 2018 .Online order facility to buy parts online make availability of spare parts any where in India.We will be opening service centres in all districts one by one .NO COMPROMISE in QUALITY and SERVICE is the Face value of KRISAKI .


We will have showrooms across India very shortly to sell our vehicles in the market .Test drive facilities will be available in Show rooms .Spare parts will be available in show rooms .Our Highly talented and qualified Marketing,production,HR,R&D teams will enable us to be one of the number one company in India very soon.
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KRISAKI MOTORS PRIVATE LIMITED is one of the fast growing business in south India .we describe ourselves as one of the leading manufacturers of highest quality motorcycles and scooters .The Brand “KRISAKI “is also running in UK and Europe .


Our vehicles are designed for the ultimate comfort of the riders as well as it satisfyes worlds saftey and quality standrads .Reasonable hight ,manageable weight ,comfortable seating position are the main featers of our vehicles.NO COMPROMISE in QUALITY and SERVICE is the face value of KRISAKI .Long term optional warranty period for engine makes KRISAKI distict from other manufacturers in similar field of operation .Spare parts available in all our dealer show rooms at the standard price.Test drive facilites available in dealer show rooms .We will make sure provide un beatable after sales support to our dealers and customers .Highly customer oriented organization have concern to public.Our designs and technologies were innovative.Highly talented and efficient R&D team is the asset of the company.
http://www.krisaki.in/
This is the site for Europe: http://www.krisaki.com/ which seems to have more information.

The advertisement hoardings locally placed are showing "Krisaki Power 3"
Here are some images I got from their site:

http://www.krisaki.in/krisaki150cc.php

http://www.krisaki.in/krisakipower3images.php
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Logo looks way to close to the BMW logo at first sight! And what is Krisaki - Kerala Kawasaki?

Anyways, the bike in the first pic looks decent enough for an entry level cruiser (poser).
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Poser would be the word .. esp if it is a 150cc twin exhaust ..
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Their international website claims that they are based out of Great Britain and ironically their Indian website is full of bloopers; grammar and spelling wise. While the international website shows several sports models, the Indian one is showing only cruisers from 125 to 900 cc.

What is funny is that both this company and the Hyderabad based Eider Motors have very similar content in their websites, the most outrageous being that they are leading manufacturers with highest quality standards. They also claim R and D. Start ups claiming things which well established companies cannot do. They are here to go. I don't think one will see even a single model hit the market from these manufacturers. Like Oshiro, who advertised and advertised for dealers before taking up the option of marketing cycles. These are all Chinese/Mexican make motorcycles. Got to give it to the entrepreneurs though. What do they see that we don't or is it don't they see what we do?
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Krisaki Motorcycles in India!

http://krisaki.in/

Heard that Thodupuzha (a town in Kerala) is getting the first dealership in Kerala.

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Its funny that the specs does not mention performance figures, atleast some of the higher capacity models : http://krisaki.in/krisaki800.php
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The site does not look professional. And surprised to hear that the brand originated in Britan, and with a projection of 10 billion GBP. Also not sure if this how dealer requirements are for other companies!!
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The site does not look professional.
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Nothing impressive, I could not find any review for their motorcycles in GOOGLE either.

By the way, there is already a thread on Krisaki here:
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/motorb...eard-them.html (Krisaki Motorcycles, Cochin - Heard of them?)
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Krisaki Motorcycles in India!
Heard that Thodupuzha (a town in Kerala) is getting the first dealership in Kerala.
Funny that a small town in Kerala is poised to have the first dealership in India.
The text in the site is full of grammatical errors. Their UK site indicates that a SUV will be launched in 2014.
This is an excerpt from the UK site.
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Our products are based on following the strategic concept of "the management increases the benefit, the quality guarantees the survival, the service develops the market, and the innovation strives for the development."
Need I say more?

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Youtube video linked to Krisaki's site shows Pulsar pics.



I see a red pulsar at 11th second in this 1 minute video clip.

Is this the chinese company which copied Pulsar?
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Don't all of the logos on the bikes look copy pasted?
That's a shoddy site, for sure, and being the first contact point for most of us, we ain't going to be lining up at the showroom. Smells wrong too.
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total scam. At least they could have spent some money and effort to make a better site. I am sure still some idiots are going to fall for the trap and invest some cash in the company
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Never came across such a site in past. Is it something made for April 1st?
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What's with the motorcycle segment and all these seemingly dubious players coming up? Here's my post from the Regal Raptor thread:

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I must say, unlike the car market, the motorcycle sector sees a lot of interest from suspicious (unscrupulous?) players. This is especially the case in the last 2 years.

Remember the stupid electric bike manufacturer - Terra Motors (Terra Motors enters India; launches Kiwami electric superbike) and their tall claims?

Or UM Motorcycles (link (UM Motorcycles @ Auto Expo 2014))?

All of these unknown manufacturers showcased bikes, launched lousy websites and then disappeared without a trace. Oh wait, some of them have merely 'delayed' plans (indefinitely).

I don't think there is a business case for cheap Chinese motorcycles in India. The mass market manufacturers (Hero, Bajaj, Honda etc.) are offering good quality at reasonable prices.
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Don't all of the logos on the bikes look copy pasted?
That's a shoddy site, for sure, and being the first contact point for most of us, we ain't going to be lining up at the showroom. Smells wrong too.
Yes, they do. I was wondering why nobody noticed that. And yes, something does seem odd.
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