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|29th November 2008, 13:38||#16|
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and also- should'nt you be using the clutch when the engine is about to die?
I agree with the low end torque pulling the car forward close to idling rpms while braking, but it wouldnt be a problem if the clutch is used/right gear is chosen.
BTW,Are you on stock tyres? they are deathtraps!
I would say go for the Diesel- no modifications required, great turbo kick, sturdier suspension than the petrol, great driveability, nice mileage. Cheeeeeap thrills!
|29th November 2008, 14:33||#17|
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2K kms a month on a petrol vehicle will drain the bank account.
|29th November 2008, 23:54||#18|
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Since you reside in delhi, and go through bumper-to-bumper traffic regularly, the swift diesel makes more sense as u get the advantage of low-end torque which sets in at just 2000 rpm.
CNG is likely to cut your petrol bills by 70% but the power will go down tremendously.
DDIS is the best option!! VDi
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