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Old 19th November 2016, 19:44   #181
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Adding my dream list of cars I wish I could get in India:

1. BMW 335d

2. Mitsubishi Lancer

3. Ford Focus

4. VW Golf GTI

And finally, a nice, hot, red Monte Carlo Fabia with 200hp AWD MT.
just dreaming.......drool.
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Old 19th November 2016, 20:20   #182
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For the mass market, the following cars could generate moderate success for themselves

Kia Picanto
Kia Rio
Kia Cerato
Nissan Tiida
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Consideringthe usually large Indian families and the need to travel together some affordable cars and wagons which might sell well-

Honda Odyssey-
A full sized people mover from Honda. If priced well this might be a tough competitor for the Innova.

Toyota Sienna-
With Innova already ruling the roost in the luxury MPV segment and Hiace not seeing the day of light here in India, adding the Sienna as a more luxurious option for those who can afford.

Volkswagen Golf Sportwagen- An affordable spacious cruiser in the disguise of a station wagon it can be easily a more practical option to the Ertiga/Mobilio.
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I really with they'd launch a reasonably priced RWD car.

A Miata or FT86 would be great. The problem is, unless it's made in India, it would be prohibitively expensive.

It's no good if the cars are available in India unless you can own them, is it?
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