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taninthai    1,083

pcx is getting uglier!

ahh don't say that ,i use to think the same but they seem to have grown on me over the years,I'm pretty close to buying one now,yes its definitely not my ideal bike,but it is ideal for my current situation..

i have to stop calling it a bike though ,it will be called my scoot.

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ll2    1,635

pcx is getting uglier!

ahh don't say that ,i use to think the same but they seem to have grown on me over the years,I'm pretty close to buying one now,yes its definitely not my ideal bike,but it is ideal for my current situation..

i have to stop calling it a bike though ,it will be called my scoot.

tanin, just dont do it to yourself mate!

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ll2    1,635

Headlights look different

Sent from my GT-N7100 using Thaivisa Connect Thailand mobile app

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seedy    1,692

ahh don't say that ,i use to think the same but they seem to have grown on me over the years,I'm pretty close to buying one now,yes its definitely not my ideal bike,but it is ideal for my current situation..

i have to stop calling it a bike though ,it will be called my scoot.

Bought mine in Nov. Quite happy with it. Just came back from 2500 km service. All OK.

Lane splitter par excellence. Fuel mileage 2.05 L per 100 km on average here in CNX. This with frequent trips to San Kamphaeng via Ring Road so not all stop-and-go city driving.

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guzzi850m2    3,045

ahh don't say that ,i use to think the same but they seem to have grown on me over the years,I'm pretty close to buying one now,yes its definitely not my ideal bike,but it is ideal for my current situation..

i have to stop calling it a bike though ,it will be called my scoot.

Bought mine in Nov. Quite happy with it. Just came back from 2500 km service. All OK.

Lane splitter par excellence. Fuel mileage 2.05 L per 100 km on average here in CNX. This with frequent trips to San Kamphaeng via Ring Road so not all stop-and-go city driving.

That's a impressive fuel economy, I get about 36 km/l but 90% city riding in Pattaya and I do use the idle system.

Best scooter I ever owned, smooth and comfortable and I don't care much about how it looks but I think it looks ok what others think I don't care about either, it's about the best run about for Pattaya money can buy and that's what counts.

I refuse to spend any money on "bling" on it, changed rear shock absobers to YSS and added a net for the seat and that it.

I seen some in Pattaya that must have spent 100k baht on bling, he-he.

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taninthai    1,083

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Yep nice replies ,it's only gonna be a run around for me and like others said I think it's the best you can get for the money,I will not be modding it or spending any money on it at all and prabably never sell it.

Actually been trying to buy a 2nd hand one for the last 2 weeks made a couple of offers to one guy ,but cause he spent 95 k on it he seems to think its worth more than a brand new one his choice I suppose.

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VocalNeal    1,443

Headlights look different

Sent from my GT-N7100 using Thaivisa Connect Thailand mobile app

It's lost the lower two whatever they were but there are some subtle regional differences as the US one has turn signals on stalks.

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BSJ    4,783

I honestly do like my PCX as a practical vehicle but the styling has never grabbed me. So it's getting up to 20k on the clock and time to trade up! As the Forza has an engine that sounds like a one cylinder MASSEY FERGUSON I thought I would see what the Yamaha Smax is like.....but I can't wait that long! So my interest has been with the Suzuki Burgmann 200. Not interested in SYM or Vespa. What else is there?

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