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Re: Indo-Japanese Cars & Bikes : Limited Colour Choices?!
The new mono and two tone shades on the Maruti Vitara Breeza dispels the hitherto staid choice of colours made available by Japanese car makers in our market. The job appears to be very well done and is the brainchild of the Indian R & D. These are becoming lookalikes of the Range Rover Evoque, at least in the paint scheme stakes.
The Swift variants in various two tone shades and with the stickers do not look like a very good job done though. These appear to be some indigenous efforts that fail to show up as slick jobs, akin to the play of stickers on the sub 150 cc Bajaj bikes.
The Toyota Liva colours in other than mono tone shades look like some half effort jobs done by TKIL.
The Honda Dio, Activa, Activa i are also available in two tone colours (Dio since many years) since some years.
The Hondas still prefer to go the conservative way with their limited choices offered.
Lately, some of the Japanese companies are venturing in the factory colour game. Nissan cars offer quite better colour choices.
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