which is the best bike pulsar220, Karizma, Yamaha R15 , FZ16, or TVS Apache RTR 180?

Please suggest me with review......!

3 Answers

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
    Best answer

    I think that their all sh*t. I hope that this has helped.

  • 1 decade ago

    You've got a tough choice on your hands...All of these are good...

    It depends on what you're looking for in a bike...

    If you are going to use it mostly in the city, get the FZ16 or the Apache.

    If you are going to use the highway frequently, get the Pulsar or the FZ.

    IF you want lots of power, get the P220.

    If you want superb handling, get the FZ, apache or the R15.

    If you will visit the racetrack, get either the Apache or the R15.

    If you want Comfort, the P220, FZ and maybe the Karizma will be good.

    If you want a decent city bike, get the karizma.

    If you want a city bike that's lots of fun to ride, get the FZ or the Apache or the P220, or even the R15.

    If you want a good looking bike, go for the FZ or the R15....

    If you want a bike that's well suited to city traffic, get the FZ16...

    If you are on a budget, and want the best value for your money, get the Apache or the pulsar 220...

    Based on all this, i suggest you look into the Pulsar 220, the Apache 180, and the FZ16...

    Ride all three, and see which you like the best...After all, it's not a small purchase...

    All three cost between Rs70-80k...

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I you gonna watch over all performance like average speed pickup etc etc..Then I suggest you TVS Apache RTR 180

    About others..

    Pulsar220- Power is there but average will f**k your a$$ and its a common bike..

    Karizma- Good engine power but average is not good and its also a common bike, you can find it every where on roads..

    R15- Looks are there but no engine power..

    FZ16- Good bike but not in over all performance, needs too much care and front look is not too good..


    Source(s): I AM GOING TO BUY RTR sooon!
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