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    Vibgyor Hunter vs Vibgyor Shark vs Vibgyor Gallop: comparision

    Hi!

    I have a plan to buy a car in the future. Vibgyor is a favorite car apart from other selective ones. But I am confused with their multiple introduce of cars. A comparison of Vibgyor Hunter vs Vibgyor Shark vs Vibgyor Gallop will definitely help me find which is the best one to go for. So hopefully you can provide a brighter view on it.



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    comparision of Vibgyor Hunter vs Vibgyor Shark vs Vibgyor Gallop

    The name may be similar but Vibgyor’s different variants have their own ways to speak for themselves that sets apart from each other.

    The Vibgyor Gallop is empowered by 97.2cc, 4-stroke, single cylinder, air cooling engine that delivers displacement of 97.2cc. In this scooter you get max speed power of 6.71 Bhp at 8500 rpm whereas extra boost up speed of 6.5 Nm at 6000 rpm torque. To command control over it the Gallop is equipped with wet multi plate clutch, 4 speed gears, 49.5 stroke, 50 bore, 110mm Drum front and rear brakes. For comfort driving the Gallop is engineered with Telescopic Fork Front type suspension and Hydraulic Shock Absorber Rear type Suspension.

    The Vibgyor Shark is equipped with single cylinder, 4 stroke, air cooled, SOHC engine that gives 142.6cc of displacement. The driving power of Vibgyor Shark is 13.05 PS at 9,500 rpm while peak torque is 9.5 Nm at 7,500 rpm. This self start scooter is featured with CDI type ignition system, front disc and rear drum type brakes, five speed gearbox, disc brake, suspension type front telescopic and rear hydraulic coil spring type suspension.

    The Vibgyor Hunter is enabled with 4 stroke, single cylinder, air cooled, SOHC engine that provides 124.1cc displacement thus empowering the scooter to move at power of 9.64 bhp at 9,000 rpm max with extra boost up speed of 9.0 Nm at 8,000 rpm. To ensure pleasant ride on it the Hunter is powerfully engineered with hi-tech features such as wet multi-plates type clutch, five speed constant mesh transmission, CDI ignition system, front disc brake system, rear gas charged suspension, front telescopic frok and rear hydraulic fork suspension.

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    I had done test drive in almost three variants of Vibgyor but could hardly find much variation when Hunter, Shark and Gallop models are made comparison.

    Experience driving in Vibgyor Hunter is comparatively better on upheaval ground apart from plain ground. For it has strong suspension system to resist immediate shock impact on bumpy roads as it comes equipped with sports front telescopic frok and rear hydraulic fork suspension system. To make sudden brake the bike is equipped by front disc brake and rear drum type brake.

    The Vibgyor Shark is comparatively not that comfortable driving as it is equipped with standard suspension system front telescopic and rear hydraulic coil spring type. But it has wide wheelbase of 1295mm and 6 spoke black spoke alloy wheels. For control over the bike it is equipped with front disc and rear drum brake system.

    In comparison to both the Vibgyor Gallop is not the best choice for riding on it as its wheelbase is only 1200mm and has only drum brake system. But the suspension system comes with advanced technology that is of telescopic front fork type and hydraulic shocker rear type with 5 step adjustability system.

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    If given a choice then I would bank on Vibgyor Shark which comes at an impressive price of Rs. 49.990 rather than on Hunter and Gallop. Shark model of Vibgyor which was first graced in 2010 Auto Expo in West Bengal has 142.6cc engine that claims to further enable 150cc of displacement. This bike which has the driving speed power of 13PS at 9500rpm and torque 9.6Nm is enabled with powerful suspension system of Telescopic Front Fork and Hydraulic Shock Absorber type for enjoyable ride. To take on to challenge of rough roads its body is architecture with ground clearance of 170 mm and 1200mm wheel base which are necessary for two wheelers on Indian roads especially. Features like 4 speed gears, wet multi plate clutch, 50 bore, 49.5 stroke and air cooling system further enhances the bike's outlook.



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