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|3rd March 2006, 19:11||#16|
Join Date: Nov 2004
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I have the 18 months factory + 18 months extended warranty on my car.
When I bought my car, I had to opt for the extended warranty at the time of purchase; meaning I couldn't opt for it later. About a year or so later, Tata modified the terms and conditions so that buyers could opt for it later as well.
I think you have up to 15 months after purchase to decide but please check on that aspect.
Last edited by hrag : 3rd March 2006 at 19:12.
|3rd March 2006, 22:47||#18|
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In extended warranty your break down is covered of any mechanical parts. The parts will be replaced or repaired any where in India in any authorised showroom in India and it is labor free, but you will be charged for oil and lubricants.....
P.s.: If you stay in Mumbai or near by then you can call me tomorrow in the morning for surther assistance on 9223301622.
|5th March 2006, 13:13||#19|
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i think it is a good price but the car is just not fuel efficient(same petrol engine i am guessing), which willl be a big drawback. But definitely better than the rest in its class.
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