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|1st September 2006, 16:19||#31|
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well the design has been long in the tooth now,with the tata-fiat alliance gathering new customers forfiat,it wudnt hurt if they come out with a facelifted palio.
the facelift wont work if fiat doesnt rework the interiors cos on the exteriors he palio is still a very handsome car.the only downfall being the interiors and the efficiency.with the facelift and the multijet engine i guess fiat will be back in the game.
|2nd September 2006, 03:15||#32|
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so does it mean that 1.6 palio would be shelved, i just dont understand this. many will take it even with the current interiors(especially at this price) imagine a new 1.6 with just improved interiors(who requires a change in exterior) will do the majic. i can fully understand the theory behind 1.1 ltr no qualms but are fiat torch beared listening why not try a special edition of 1.6 with better interiors and they will know
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