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Old 13th May 2008, 19:17   #16
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Originally Posted by mjothi View Post
Well said

For that matter no car is bad. We are just trying to be cautious by being "What if" attitude. I am sure if we do the regular service to our car at right intervals, all cars should be ok.
I agree with you mjothi But anyway congrats on buying your new car the suzuki wagon r lxi cheers: Do post some pics of your new ride as well. good choice but still i believe the wagon r might be outdated by around q1 of 2009. Enjoy your rides on your new WagonR but do not forget to drive safely at the same time

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Old 19th May 2008, 16:48   #17
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mobike008 -
I don't know, what makes you feel that Santro is a superior car. I have a Wagon R for last one year, and the car runs like a dream, with not even a puncture till date after 17000 KM. Tell objectively, what makes Santro a superior car than wagon R.

In fact, I bought my car after test driving Santro, Xeta, Swift D, Spark and wagon R, with budget upto 5 lacs. I found Santro lesser on space and power steering not as good as Wagon R. Swift was wider and my streets are narrow. Xeta was good, but i was not confident about Tata Petrol vehicle and A.S.S. Spark was just launched and I was not sure about that.

Car Agey - Great choice, mine is also silky silver. The only problem in car is its gearbox, which is notchy. Rest is great. Enjoy driving and keep posted.
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true. even my wR is silky silver. except for the notchy gear box (which can be set right a little at the service shop) the car is superb.
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Old 29th May 2008, 15:22   #19
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Originally Posted by mobike008 View Post
I am surprised that your choice has boiled down to Wagon R which is currently the least prefered vehicle from Maruti stable.
IMO, the Estillo is the least preferred vehicle from the Maruti stable. That is the impression I got from Vasudeva's mothtly sales spreadsheets.
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Congrats on your new buy. I had Wagon R Lxi previously. Nice vehicle except for notchy gear box.
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