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Thread: Motorcycles made in China - any good ?

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    derivative_guru is offline DI Member
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    I think you will be happy with that bike.

    I am not convinced that Chinese bikes really are cheaper in the long run. I have noticed that Japanese bikes retain very high resale values in the Phils. Whereas Chinese bikes depreciate a lot. I sold a Chinese bike after a little over a year of ownership for P20T less than the new price. A similar Yamaha might fetch only P5T to P10T off the new price after a year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by derivative_guru View Post
    I think you will be happy with that bike.
    I concur. The Rouser would be my second choice in the price range. I think you made a good choice.

    Larry




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    I have a MotorStar EasyGlide 150. Own it for seven years and aside from wiring issues ( I actually rewired the entire bike) it has been great and with no issues other than general maintenance. Cost only 39k. I bought another one and same deal...only electrical which are easy to correct inexpensively

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