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Old 1st July 2008, 20:20   #31
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With fuel prices rising up everyone is looking for fuel effieciency and with western trends people look for good looks

I think this a blend of fuel efficency and looks.

Good for people dreaming about good looking bikes but do not have deep pockets for handling rising fuel prices
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just want the rearsets!!
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Old 2nd July 2008, 10:22   #33
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My Unicorn looks better!
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Old 2nd July 2008, 11:03   #34
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Huge disappointment with new launch.

Hero Honda & Honda are facing the same problem that Bajaj was in a decade back. Bajaj never realised potential for bikes & never modified scooters. Bajaj underwent time consuming process of flop/mediocore launches like colt, caliber,wind, aspire & finally clicked with pulsar.

Hope both Honda companies realise that they need to launch better models and not just with cosmetic, miniature changes.

Waiting for Honda companies to bounce back, but this wait seems to be longer :-(
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I am stunned
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Old 2nd July 2008, 11:39   #36
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Duhh.....Bajaj is also offering 125cc Xcd @ a cheaper price with 4 Gears and 9.53 Bhp.....which IMO is better VFM. Also comes with DTS-Si technology which is superior to Honda in terms of FE.
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im sure it will sell

1- cause of its looks
2- cause of young college goers who belong to the speldour , passion , disco group who will find this more attractive and definitly affordable
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What's the confirmed price?
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All said and done, looks wise it is indeed a stunner. Who knows maybe HeroHonda stuck a spoke in HOnda's wheel and forbade them from making it a 150cc so that the Hunk has the power advantage.

Some neat features of the stunner.

Tubeless 17 tires F and R and that truly stunning beak fairing.
high rear tail and stepped seat just like the superbikes.

Now all you need to to is to buy a stunner and a CBZ extreme and swap out the engines and walk away with a truly stunning bike.

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The Bike looks pretty decent though. Well about the power plant we'll have to wait & watch. I belive it might be a better performer than the SHINE.

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Old 8th July 2008, 19:02   #41
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Apart from the name, the bike looks good in the pics imho- fit+finish+paint job+decals+engine placement+overall layout/stance.

Full-frontal pic reminds me of 'Hoodibaba' though.

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Old 8th July 2008, 23:30   #42
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this bike looks very good seen today on south extension Delhi its a bit of raised suspension from behind and bike was very low on engine noise on standstill this bike will give stiff cimpetition to bajaj discover and hero honda splendor NXG
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Somehow when I saw the topic I had a feeling this is going to be 'yet another 150'. Well I was so wrong this was a 125 CBF ?????

What is honda thinking? Atleast they did not call it a CBR.

I thought I would be fuming on this thread instead I see many have vented their frustration already. I wanted to reply some of the best posts.

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Here is another "125 cc" to add to the list , 11 bhp of RAW power . lol
Doesnt look too bad, though.
How many light years will they take to atleast double the cc figure for us?
Well we waited about 10 years to move from 100 - 150.
Another 10 to move to the 225.
I would say another 10 to move to 300.

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How wonderful! Another useless bike from honda. I'm praying it becomes a flop!!
On my Knees since the time I saw the topic.

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Look at the bright side, we have the most powerful modeds in the world, right from 100cc-220cc
This is going to get Karishma and P220 owners panties in a bunch.

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They're just sticking to "Flog the donkey till it dies" principle. I'm quite interested to know which @#$@$#@ names their bikes! After Ambition, Ignition, Karizma, Kareena.....now we have a Stunner.

I have some names for their future bikes. Agony, Ecstasy.
:(
My fav is 'Flame' I think they flip a dictionary and just put their finger on the page to see what comes up.

Honda Stunner. Very Original. Inside scoup Their 150 version is going to be "CBF - More Stunning"

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Just another typical, boring bike.
Oye - its a CBF.
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That is truly stunning - 15cc more!

Is this from Hero Honda or Honda? Do the two companies share a marketing department - Stunner, Glamour, Amazer...what next - Dementor?
Steer, 15cc would give you that RAW power advantage, dont forget that.

For such threads the deadhorse icon should be excluded from the 2 smiley rule.

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All said and done, looks wise it is indeed a stunner.
Agree. Saw this bike for the first time last Saturday at my hometown in Kerala. Black color. It did look good. Infact, since I never knew that Honda had released such a bike, I went all around it and look-wise, it sure was a stunner.

Thought it would be a 150-cc or more bike, but a quick look at their website proved it wrong.
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Old 6th December 2008, 20:55   #45
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The seating position geometry is excellent. It offers sporty riding position but the pickup is average. I rode the bike for 10 min testride & didnot feel any kind of backpain which i got test riding apache as i am 180cm.
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