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Old 7th July 2005, 23:25   #16
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I've given up waiting for the companies to wake up.
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Least they can do is launch a CBR 600 in CKD or SKD from. That cant be too hard. Wonder how the duty structure works for 2 wheelers.
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Even i sense that yamaha seems to be upto something...
that ad with john also shows a true blue sports bike.
I guess bajaj and TVS are also working on a higher capacity engines.
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yea, the ad shows an R1. BUT it ends with him standing near a 125cc Fazer! And that, sadly, is the story of our 2 wheeler market here!
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yea, the ad shows an R1
if yamaha launches the R1 as an CKD, at a price of 8 lacs or so.....hmm....whom should i make the cheque out to....???

but on that note, yamaha is upto something, and expect a 500cc+ pukka sportster/tourer in the coming year or so (read: 2006 end).... and until then, there might be some 250's down the line....

but the rumours going around quoting 250 sporsters from HH seem to be crap.... they are launching some new bikes, but all in the 100-150 range....

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i had a brief conversation with a yamaha dealer and he was quite convinced that yamaha is going to launch bikes in 250cc-500cc category and when i asked him about the r1 he said that
yamaha is seriously contemplating on bringing some of its biggies to india somewhere around oct 2006
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i had a brief conversation with a yamaha dealer and he was quite convinced that yamaha is going to launch bikes in 250cc-500cc category
yup, same here- the only difference that i had spoken to somebody from the company itslef.... and they were quite convincing- in fact, so much so, that i postponed my plans of getting an SBK, in the 600cc range.... but, since they did confirm that a 250 is in the pipeline, which should be launched by diwali, let's wait and watch.....
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Apologies for bumping up a old thread.

I am looking for line up of bikes / scooters that;s scheduled to be launched by end of this year or in next 4-5 months . any body has any clues ?

Search on www throws too much junk .
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