Used bikes in Chennai that will charm you

If you’re a person living in Chennai for his whole life:

Then you surely must have endured the calm and wonderful nature of Chennai.

Another thing that’s popular is second hand bikes in Chennai.

It really makes sense there…

Before you buy a brand new bike, you sure ought to understand the roads in Chennai and the physics of biking before you buy a brand new one.

To be true…

…you might use your friend’s bike to learn how to ride a bike…

But you can use it 24X7…

Hence it makes sense owning a pre-owned bike in Chennai.

Most of you might go through the dilemma of choosing to own used two-wheeler in Chennai.

So here are three things to consider, before you choose the right used bike.

Firstly, imagine the new bike that you want to own

Doesn’t that really makes sense?

Yes it does!

I mean, if a brand new bike you want to buy is Bajaj Pulsar 220 or Kawasaki Ninja or even Honda CBR250…

…then it makes sense buying a bike similar to those specs, rather than going for Bajaj Avenger or Yamaha Enticer.

Both are different categories of bike…

…and going for such long-length choices, its good not making any choices at all…

So choose the second hand pre owned two wheeler which will be similar in type, shape and performance to the new bike you first have in mind.

This will allow you to know, how much better you can handle the bike, how it slides through the road and what things that irk you.

Once you know the exact new bike you want to buy or the type of bike you want to buy, then go out for a used second hand bike with the same type…

Now that you got this tip right, let’s move on to another important point.

See How Much Kilometres the bike has Ran

It makes sense to know, how much has the bike…

Though I understand, many bikes comes with an option to reset this meter…

But before buying, you must ask the buyer… how has he ridden the bike…

Where he used to take this bike, how much kilometres he rode every day, from the time of buying.

Make a calculation of these factors and you’ll get an estimation of how long the bike has been running.

The third, most important factor is…

Does the bike runs right?

It’s funny that you buy a bike and it doesn’t run well…

So make sure you check and use the bike thoroughly.

It’s foolish to make such decisions in a haste and believing everything the seller says.

You need to check it out.

Try to ride it, for around 1-2kms, if you ask… tell the seller to allow him to ride for around 20-30 minutes on highways, small roads and other every day driving conditions.

Once it’s right… Make a deal… If not? Pay the seller for the petrol burnt and save your ass.

I hope this small guide will help in making right choice…

These were just basic things to acknowledge which many people overlook…

Have a great day! Ride Safe!

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