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Old 30th October 2008, 09:57   #31
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What's special about Rs.59000 ex-showroom price (Delhi)?. How much do the rest from the 150cc gang cost?

BTW: May I request the mods to edit the title to Suzuki GS150R/Lanza
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Has any body had a test drive of GS150 R ? Looks more like a more refined Unicorn, with six cogs. Must be good for urban commuting.
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BTW: May I request the mods to edit the title to Suzuki GS150R/Lanza
There is no such thing as "Lanza" mentioned anywhere official. I wonder where this name came from?
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Does anybody have any review on this bike ? Would like to read some before buying it.
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No reviews here. Check the auto mags, been tested by everyone.
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Lanza was something was used like Ingenio was used for Xylo, it apparently the last minute change
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Looks like just another 150cc in the market..Frankly im disappointed by the Indian Bike makers..No one seems to take that bold step and introduce 250+ engines.
Very disappointing
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wonder how you folks call a 68K priced bike as economically priced :(
I want a fuel efficient/smooth bike & I guess HH is the only safe, proven, value for money byke left for em to consider.
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Looks like just another 150cc in the market..Frankly im disappointed by the Indian Bike makers..No one seems to take that bold step and introduce 250+ engines.
Very disappointing
all business decisions are based on money and not on boldness. if it comes off then its termed as bold and if it does not its termed foolish.

no manufacturer will launch any kind of product just to prove that they are a courageous lot. they rather payback the investors in cash.
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this bike reaches top speed in 5th gear(106kmph) and looses speed in 6th gear & takes ages to reach 100kmph(23.XXsecs)...
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While giving a 250cc is out of the question, it seems like Suzuki wanted to have a bike just for presence in 150cc segment/a bite at the market share. This bike will not topple Pulsar for sales, nor does it seem better than the RTR, the RTR stands out from the group for being little unique. Then whats the point of this bike?

Suzuki have so much resources, i dont know why it weighs the same, almost the same power/torque, looks similar to other bikes in the segment.

Bike looks alright but isnt any sort of progress we expected from Suzuki.

And has hero Honda revived the Achiever 150? (Add to that you have CBZ xtreme and Hunk)
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The following Threads can be reffered for Discussing Suzuki GS 150 R

Ownership Report 1 (Owned - Suzuki GS150R)

GS 150R Need Owner's Feedback (Suzuki GS 150R - Need owner feedback)

Ownership Report 2 (Candy Orange Suzuki GS 100R -- 6th Gear --)

Suzuki GS 150R

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