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Old 1st August 2008, 00:05   #16
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Unfortunately, it is a personal belief at best. UVA is a different (unlike any indian car before) and hence new design. Which is why delhiwalas are lapping it up by the droves.

Of course, like women, interiors are a matter of taste. Or self-constructed logic
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(atleast in my case where I wasnt quite comfortable with the Swift's steering almost resting on my lap).

Now that opinion would differ with everyone . Swift Steering position aint that down.
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Hey guys thanks for the input. I have changed my mind about the swift vxi and have decided to go for the vdi. Now will that be better than the kappa?
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Wow didnt expect that to come. For your monthly running Diesel aint opt.
But i guess now a days even Petrol addicts going for the DDIS thanks to its
awesome performance and its a Maruti so it should nt be expensive to maintain. Good choice buddy.
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Wow didnt expect that to come. For your monthly running Diesel aint opt.
But i guess now a days even Petrol addicts going for the DDIS thanks to its
awesome performance and its a Maruti so it should nt be expensive to maintain. Good choice buddy.
Even though my monthly running is low, i figured it would be really cheap to run. Considering that I am in college and still live of the pocket money I get, I could save a lot of money.
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Why not a petrol with the airbags?

I have seen many a friend's cars piled on for daru parties etyadi and junta driving home drunk. plus petrol means no arbit aawaragardi. sorry no english word for that one
basically with diesel you'll do timepass more!!

/is his dad listening?
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now that your choice is reduced to just two, why don't you TD both the cars and see which appeals to you more. Just pick the car that is a little lesser and get your new rubber and ICE installed and have fun both cars are good, the rest will depend on which one you liked more when you did your TDs. Happy motoring!
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Go for the VDi man! Awesome torque. The petrol cars you have mentioned definitely don't have that great feeling. And it will be cheap to run. I don't think you will be interested in the i10's 'beautiful interiors'. What say?
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