Nakul Pahwa Reviews
Reviews submitted by Nakul Pahwa
The Hunter is a great looking bike that will be sure to turn heads no matter where you go. The classic retro styling, with the round halogen headlamp, teardrop-shaped fuel tank, flat seat, small side panel with the Hunter branding and round tail-lamp, makes this bike look great. We tested the higher Metro variant in the Dapper Ash colour scheme which looks great on this bike. There is also the entry-level Retro variant on offer which gets simpler paint schemes and wire spoke wheels. The quality of the paint finish and the switchgear are very good considering the price point of the bike. All in all, the Hunter is an attractive and well-built bike that will surely make a statement wherever you go.
The buying experience of the Yamaha SZ was not bad. The riding experience, however, is not very good. The look is very good, and it needs regular servicing and maintenance before the service period. The main drawback is that the bike will often not start at all, particularly in the mornings. The speed also drops quickly after pulling the accelerator, which results in a lack of smoothness while riding. This can be a major inconvenience.
I'm in full agreement with everyone here that the scooter is a great alternative to bikes. It runs on electricity, is incredibly quiet, and has a comfortable seat for up to two people. It has an impressive range of 70kmpl per charge, which makes it great for those wanting to hone their riding skills or for everyday commuting. I highly recommend it!