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Its a quirky little bike .Anyone any experience of riding one ? .I am low in funds and could pick one up at auction for around B25,000 (all costs paid ) .One year old and low milage .Is it an OK bike .I had big bikes in the past BMWs etc but fancy this one on cost and nostalgia . Being a Suzuki it should be reliable .Still that is one make of bike that i have never owned .

 

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3 hours ago, papa al said:

buy it

I think i will .

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Good little run about however it's got an old-fashioned carburetor and therefore not as good as fuel injection. 

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Good little bike and very popular with Thais who want a retro look. Lot's of custom parts available so you can make it look like this :

 

 

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Lot's of you tube videos too. Not fast but economical. Only 34,000 baht new

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They are made in VN and it felt so when I rode one, not far. But for that money it sounds good, I prefer the high tank look and was tempted, but just a little small for me.   .and it is a Suzuki.

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2 hours ago, Denim said:

Good little bike and very popular with Thais who want a retro look. Lot's of custom parts available so you can make it look like this :

 

 

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Lot's of you tube videos too. Not fast but economical. Only 34,000 baht new

Nice ,but i would prefer blue or red .The first accessory i would get is a little chrome back carrier . 

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>>and it is a Suzuki.<<

I never had a Suzuki make but there is at least one place that deals with them and can get parts if necessary here in Chiang mai .

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Shame they're only 110cc. Should be around 400.

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5 minutes ago, Bung said:

Shame they're only 110cc. Should be around 400.

For just pottering about its adequate.I will seldom be over 60 km/hour anyway.

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112 cc and a manual clutch/gearbox means it is as "fast" than most scooters , and ripe for modification when funds allow. Would make a good run-around , that looks more like a motorbike than moped , and just as cheap to run.  An alternative is a 150 cc Stallion or an older CBR 150 , or a scooter. I thought they were 39K.

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2 minutes ago, ktm jeff said:

112 cc and a manual clutch/gearbox means it is as "fast" than most scooters , and ripe for modification when funds allow. Would make a good run-around , that looks more like a motorbike than moped , and just as cheap to run.  An alternative is a 150 cc Stallion or an older CBR 150 , or a scooter. I thought they were 39K.

They are B41k new .Was at an Auction last week in Chiang Mai and 2 of them ,one year olds went for B19 k and B21k .One had 5,000 km the other 16,000 km .So with Auction fees and VAT under B25,000  total .I would not have touched the one with 16,000 KM .

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16,000 KM is fine but for the extra 2,000 Baht , yes , id go for the one with 5,000 KM . Denim thought they were 34K. They were 39K when i last saw them. 25K is a bargain. What auction , the one near the airport on the Hang Dong road ?.

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12 minutes ago, ktm jeff said:

16,000 KM is fine but for the extra 2,000 Baht , yes , id go for the one with 5,000 KM . Denim thought they were 34K. They were 39K when i last saw them. 25K is a bargain. What auction , the one near the airport on the Hang Dong road ?.

Yes ,Union Auction ,on the Hang dong road .They are repos ,so its likely that the engine oil was never changed or anything else on the one with 16,000 km .I have bought loads of bikes there through my Thai wife .Never a problem but i only buy with very low milage ,and usually one year old or less .

They were cheap as few there were interested in them ,and one stayed at the guide price the other went B1k above .Most bikes go B4 K or more above guide price .Especially Honda Scooby and Yamaha Grand Filano .Funny enough a Stallion there was guided at B20,000 and went for B31,000 but that was the extreme .

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25 minutes ago, ktm jeff said:

16,000 KM is fine but for the extra 2,000 Baht , yes , id go for the one with 5,000 KM . Denim thought they were 34K. They were 39K when i last saw them. 25K is a bargain. What auction , the one near the airport on the Hang Dong road ?.

Yes....my bad. When they first came out they were cheaper but I guess they went up or the dealer I saw them at had a deal on.

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