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★☆☆☆☆

“DO NOT BUY”

Written on: 19/07/2013 by climbinsheep (1 review written)

I bought one of these and it ran alright. After 3 months the engine kill switch on the side stand decided to break, leaving me stranded on the side of a road with no idea what was wrong. After 8 months and a few more minor faults, I was riding along the motorway and the engine seized. I was thrown from the bike and was very lucky that I escaped relatively unhurt. There was oil in the engine and I had been servicing it to the recommended service levels but it still caused a scary accident. DO… Read Full Review

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“sukida 125 is good value for money”

Written on: 12/03/2013 by andyfromnorfolk (1 review written)

i was very unsure about buying a chinese bike. there are lots of stories of unreliability and bikes getting rusty/corroded very quickly. if you keep it in a shed or garage as i have, clean and wd40 it on a regular basis, you shouldn't have a problem. as for reliability, all i can say is that it has run perfectly since buying two months ago. one thing to bear in mind, despite what the dealer will tell you, IT IS NOT A STRAIGHT FORWARD PROCESS TO REGISTER IT. if you can find one pre registered… Read Full Review

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“sukida 125-5b reveiw”

Written on: 23/07/2012

theres not alot of info online about these and i was a bit funny about buying such a cheap bike with all the noise about rubbish chinease imports, mine is slightly different to the model pictured it the lastest model 125cc. £750 new. the price was amazing. i have found only one fault with the bike the shifter lever is quite close to the rest so cant ride in big boots or skate shoes if you wanted to. apart from that i do 1 hours drive each way to work 5 days a week never had any problems, great… Read Full Review

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“7 Months Ownership”

Written on: 18/04/2012 by callumd94 (1 review written)

I have owned my Sukida for 7 months now and cannot fault the bike at all. I only purchased the bike because new it is £699 + £80 delivery and this was my first geared motorcycle so i did not want anything expensive. This bike is a fantastic learner learner bike. Good points: Very good fuel consuption (tank is 11 litres and i only use 9 litres a month for £13) Small seat height of 760mm (im 5ft6 and can place both feat firmly on the ground) Fast for a 125cc engine (0-60mph 14 seconds) Light… Read Full Review

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Gazuk1980's Response to callumd94's Review

Written on: 24/05/2012

i had my bike for a yr and it mint for your first bike this is the one for you

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“Good for the novice not so good for long term use”

Written on: 07/04/2012 by Minayowitz (3 reviews written)

I recently purchased this motorcycle from a reputable importer here’s the link for anyone interested: http://www.learnerlegal.com/125cc-commuters/sukida-sk125-5-black-/prod_15.html Everything was as expected with the motorcycle when I received and I have no complaints regarding the dealer itself other than in the description of the product they are some important pieces of information that have been –in my opinion- deliberately omitted in order to boost the chance of a sale. You will… Read Full Review

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Minayowitz's Response to Minayowitz's Review

Written on: 23/05/2013

2Hi, I was the first to review the Sukida Tough in this website more or less about a year ago and I thought it would be a good idea to update it on the basis of my long term experience with it. So here are my thoughts after one year of continuous use and around 4000 miles on the clock:

safety concerns: I must now say that I wouldn't recommended this bike on the basis of the sloppy quality control or rather the lack of it that you may encounter when buying this bike and that apparently is very common. The guy at my local garage had serviced one like mine earlier and noted that a certain essential part of the carburattor was missing and needed to be replaced. Mine was even worse since they had forgotten to put oil in the front suspension. Unfortunately, the fault was only picked up after falling off my bike a few times inexplicably when braking under control. The last fall thought was particular bad: I slided on a corner in a wet road and broke my collarbone. NHS wouldn't fixed it properly so I had to pay for an operation; lost 2 months work and my Xmas holidays Apparently the cr***y tyres were also to blame for the accident. The front brake pads were also awful and were worn out after a couple of months.
The moral of the story is that you cannot trust the manufacturer neither the seller for the safety of these bikes and that if you are still prepare to buy one do please take it to the garage as soon as possible for a full test to make sure are safe to ride!
If you bought one with the intention of keeping it be aware also of the impossibility of obtain parts should anything go wrong with them. Learner legal doesn't provide after sales support for the bike in any respect so you have to rely on the expertise of the mechanics to get you compatible parts for your machine. Lexmoto branded bikes however have a good level of support for the imported bikes so I would choose one of the models in their catalogue as opposed to the ones provided by Learner Legal. They are similarly priced and of comparable quality.



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