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|27th October 2008, 20:20||#16|
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munshiji, why dont you park yourselves in one of the parking lots around, wait till an i10 comes up, and talk to the owner? Have a good look at the vehicle from outside (there would be a sticker saying "OK" on the rear quarter glass, as already pointed out). Have a long hard look at its contents. Try to get the VIN from him. And cross check with the links you posted above AND the records with him. (owner's bill, invoice, etc.).
AFAICT, checking the vehicle's tyre and battery mfg date is a good indicator of mfg date of teh vehicle. It will be difficult for a dealer to replace BOTH.
|20th November 2008, 18:04||#17|
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Aditya, as suggested to you check the manafactured date and it should be the same month that your taking delivery. Otherwise, don't take it.
As you already know, i had the same problem but thankfully found a quick solution too.
If there is only one dealer then go to a different closer city like Ahmedabad or Surat and pick it up from there. Never compromise, after all your the customer and they are supposed to be kings.
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