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|24th April 2015, 14:51||#1|
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Maruti ordered to pay Rs. 80,000 for selling a defective Swift diesel
As per a recent article on the Hindustan Times, Maruti was directed to pay out 80K for selling a defective Swift Diesel. The full article can be read here:
It's good to see that the consumer gets what he paid for and is not being taken for a ride by these huge money spinning corporates. Replacing the engine block is something serious and thankfully the consumer forum ruled in favor of the consumer, unlike the case (which was a hot thread on TBHP) where a Honda Amaze engine seized due to a crack in the oil sump (which clearly looks like a manufacturing problem and Honda was not willing to acknowledge the same).
On a side note - ironically, the car was being driven to Leh. Watch out those who are planning to drive to Leh this year! .. Just Kidding!
Last edited by GTO : 25th April 2015 at 12:49. Reason: Typo
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