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|16th December 2008, 12:55||#16|
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Thank you, luky_13!
I found the vehicle comparator pretty useful as I am planning to trade-in my old Santro for a new hatchback. IMO and situation, it appears i10 makes a lot of sense considering exchange bonus and my past pleasant experience with a Hyundai. Thanks again for putting this together!
|24th December 2008, 12:50||#17|
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Couple of points to the spreadsheet.
1. The TCO is not complete without including the cost of maintenance for the said period i.e. 70,000 kms or 3 years on an average.
2. The TCO assumes the actual car price OTR and does not include interests if one were to go for a loan.
|9th February 2009, 11:01||#19|
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Now you already have a Maruti, so go for a Hundai. Go for i10 for a good upmarket car, or santro (the best VFM in town).
A*: not for a family of 3 even (probably maruti can com up with 2 seater A* just by removing rear seat.
|9th February 2009, 11:20||#20|
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why dont you consider the fabia petrol? i think its excellent VFM slightly above the budget but you probably wont regret it.
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