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    Question honda wave

    can anyone give me the price of a honda wave in the ubon area or indeed the issan region,

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    A brand new basic Wave 110 with the PGM fuel injection was 36k baht last year in Ranong. Ubon the price should be still very close to that.
    Good little machine it's an excellent value, with very good reliability and fuel economy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Udonite View Post


    Print that and take it to the dealer with you. Good way to get around the insulting and annoying habit they seem to have of quoting higher prices to foreigners.

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    37k with plates and tax etc...
    Neighbour just got one.
    Comfortable.

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    Bought a second hand one last year in Det udom 6500 baht, in pretty good condition,

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    thanks for the replys guys much appreciated, and that link should be very useful .

    another Q is there much advantage to getting one with the electric starter or not worth the extra cost,

    as you might of gathered its been a while since i had a bike, but retiring to los next year thought i would get one for running around town,


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    Quote Originally Posted by highlander View Post
    thanks for the replys guys much appreciated, and that link should be very useful .

    another Q is there much advantage to getting one with the electric starter or not worth the extra cost,

    as you might of gathered its been a while since i had a bike, but retiring to los next year thought i would get one for running around town,


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    They start so easily you can kick start it while sitting on the seat, no need to stand. You do not need an electric starter. The Honda is not exactly exciting, but it's flawless. Care for it and it's easily good for 100,000 kilometers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by highlander
    another Q is there much advantage to getting one with the electric starter or not worth the extra cost,
    I prefer it, but depends if you want to spend the extra cash or not. It will help with the resale value too.

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