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|8th December 2009, 23:22||#16|
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A car breaking down these days is very rare unless a major problem arises.
And yes, Maruti tops the Service Sales Support and Hyundai comes a close second BUT that does not mean anything these days.
I guess your best bet is a Ritz as you have chosen yourself. If not then go for the i10. Both are superb cars and faulteless really
|10th December 2009, 17:05||#17|
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Hyundai is at par with Maruti. Need not worry abt Hyundai as well and its better in terms of the quality & eng refinement they provide. I'm not putting down Maruti here but to the fact they do provide much better service.
i10 would be the best choice. Else Ritz, if you like the rear but not the wagon-R since they may stop it any time.
|10th December 2009, 19:09||#18|
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Thank you guys for the replies. With so many people advising me to not to worry about highway break downs (my original concern), I guess I can now peacefully look at Hyundai too.
I will start looking.
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