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Old 25th August 2006, 21:06   #31
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Condor, you are right on the clause. However, almost all dealers insist on realization of the cheque before delivery. I was only pointing out an exception...

Digression: Issuing a cheque which is not good is a criminal offence...
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Old 21st December 2006, 18:20   #32
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I guess In your case, the dealer would have personally known you Rover :-)
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Old 21st December 2006, 19:40   #33
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I guess she just fool u around best idea is give that dealer number we will call them and watch out for thier new statement
wt say???
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The dealere has just pulled a fast one on you. I would suggest writing a strongly worded letter to Tata about their dealers.
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Girlie, There is no such rules whatsoever, They are taking you for a ride...

While booking my Alto - my first car, I clearly remember the sales person tried to explain more abt Baleno and Esteem (both C classes) when I was closely looking at baleno, he was almost ready with some goodie offer as well....whereas no one in my family owns a car...

Moreover there should be some government regulation before they can claim such stuffs, you should go and bang them up...

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That (one has to have owned a A or B segment car before u can buy.....)is the most absurd thing I have ever heard. In my experiance I have never been asked as to what I drive before I bought ANY car. Just go to another dealer.......end of story.
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Slap them and whoever else says that to you in the future.
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Old 22nd August 2008, 17:20   #38
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IIRC tsk1979 also faced the same issue recently, and that too while buying a safari. Might have something to do with the financing. The bank offering the loan was the one insisting
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That's the most absurd rule i have ever come across till date! Not sure who came up with this kind of rule!
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They played a practical joke on you there is no such rule. All you need to buy any vehical is PAN Card , Address proof , Age Proof , 4 Photographs and id card / badge if you are getting some sort of corporate discount.

Although while buying an MUV they ask if it is individual or corporate sale as vehicle with more then 7 seat capacity can be registerd only as yellow board if the purchaser is not an individual.

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Hi Guys,
I came across a very strange rule a few days back while booking my safari. The guy at Nawab motors (Noida) told me that anyone who is buying a C segment car has to show a previous onwership of a A or B segment car (not even a two-wheeler).
Since I didnt had it (even when I was using my dad's Maruti and hubby's Ford) I had to submit RC' with supporting papers of my relationship with them and the car has been gifted to me.
I was curious to know if anyone here has come across such a rule. (It won't be a wonder if I was fooled on that for being a lady customer).

Please let me know.
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OOPs I did not check the date this is from 2006 , mods please delete my last post.

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