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  • Q. Which bike is more lasting among Yamaha Saluto, Honda Shine SP and CB Shine

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    Harold
    Harold | 1 year ago

    This is a tricky question. As it all comes down to the manner in how an individual handles his bike and uses them. However, having had both the bikes I had sold my old Honda Shine SP for the Yamaha Saluto and it didn't disappoint me. Yes, it's pick up is on the lower side and sometimes one can feel embarrassed when others just zoom past you on the highway. However, if you are looking for a city bike that is easy to manoeuvre and save on, it is the bike to go for. It doesn't give the claimed 78 km/l mileage but if ridden within the economical speed limits it gives you close to 65-68. I ride almost 70 km to n fro work through the busy city streets as well as the open Rajarhat expressway in Kolkata. It has not been a disappointment. In fact, I am overwhelmed with its performance. My bike is now 3 years 6 months old and now I find my bike's chain often turning loose which signifies that I might soon have to replace them. In the 5 years 8 months of my Honda Shine SP, I had to change the chain twice.

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    Harold
    Harold | 1 year ago

    This is a tricky question. As it all comes down to the manner in how an individual handles his bike and uses them. However, having had both the bikes I had sold my old Honda Shine SP for the Yamaha Saluto and it didn't disappoint me. Yes, it's pick up is on the lower side and sometimes one can feel embarrassed when others just zoom past you on the highway. However, if you are looking for a city bike that is easy to manoeuvre and save on, it is the bike to go for. It doesn't give the claimed 78 km/l mileage but if ridden within the economical speed limits it gives you close to 65-68. I ride almost 70 km to n fro work through the busy city streets as well as the open Rajarhat expressway in Kolkata. It has not been a disappointment. In fact, I am overwhelmed with its performance. My bike is now 3 years 6 months old and now I find my bike's chain often turning loose which signifies that I might soon have to replace them. In the 5 years 8 months of my Honda Shine SP, I had to change the chain twice.

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    Syed
    Syed | 1 year ago

    For a smooth well caring driver to a high speedster like harsh driver Yamaha saluto simply wins the game of durability

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