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  • Q. Which is good SF 155, Hornet 160, FZ V3 in terms of performance, Speed, looks and maintenance also for weekend long ride and city use to.

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    No | 1 year ago

    If you want performance r15 v3 is best option available in the market. If you want mixed package go for dixxer sf.If you oftenly do rides with pillion and want a fully faired bike then no doubt its the gixxer sf anyday.. As i am using it now and my mom can sit comfortably as a pillion.

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    Hariprasaath
    Hariprasaath | 6 months ago

    Hornet is not a wise option you can test drive fz and Gixxer naked not sf

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    Sanjit
    Sanjit | 8 months ago

    For looks always Gixxer sf.i fell for it..

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