Over the past few years, we have seen a lot of development in the automobile sector. While on one hand, new car brands are entering the market, bike companies have also shown some progress. A few years ago, the launch of 150cc bikes in Pakistan seemed like a dream. Now, here we are with multiple brands offering 150cc bikes. While this may be true, is it really worth buying a 150cc bike in Pakistan? Let’s find out.
Brands Offering 150cc Bikes
The ruler of the bikes market Honda is never behind in the race. The company introduced Honda CB 150F to entertain 150cc lovers across Pakistan. The overall look and feel of the bike are great. If we talk about the weight, the CB 150F is a heavier bike compared to other models of Honda. If we talk about the user experience, most of the CB 150F owners show reservations regarding daily use owing to its fuel average and weight.
Suzuki has been here in the bikes market for quite a while. It is also one of the first brands to offer 150cc bikes to consumers in Pakistan. The Suzuki GS 150 is very popular in the local market. If we talk about the overall look and feel of the bike, it is much more compact as compared to Honda CB 150F. Moreover, the seat is also set at a decent height making it a convenient ride. Most of the GS 150 users have shown concerns regarding fuel consumption.
Yamaha has always followed its own strategy in the bikes market. Although not assembled locally, the Yamaha 150cc bike list is not limited. There are several bike options you can enjoy by getting yourself an imported Yamaha FZ 16. It is important to mention that the FZ 16 is an imported model and has much better quality as compared to Honda and Suzuki 150cc bikes. However, the parts and maintenance costs are higher. Most of the users have shown interest in the FZ 16 but the bike is not suitable for economical daily usage.
Should You Buy 150cc Bikes In Pakistan?
If you are wondering whether buying a 150cc bike in Pakistan is a wise decision, here’s what you need to know. Keeping in view the customers’ feedback and concerns, 150cc bikes have a limited market in the country. Most of the bike users in Pakistan look for economical and easy-to-maintain bikes. 150cc bikes are heavy and tough to handle. If you want to get a bike that you can use on daily basis, a 150cc bike may not suit your needs.