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Old 5th November 2006, 11:41   #16
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Or not at all. We might be looking at the last ever Palio 1.6 batch in India. And 4.4 lac?! Thats phenomenal VFM for stock clearance !
I think the swift makes a lot more sense at that price. very good handling and adequate power . palio brakes are too over servoed in any case to fully exploit the car's potential. plus you get better build quality and reliability in the swift
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I think the swift makes a lot more sense at that price.
I agree but the Palio 1.6 is for the enthusiasts and is bought with passion.

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palio brakes are too over servoed in any case to fully exploit the car's potential. plus you get better build quality and reliability in the swift
Didn't get your funda of brakes taking over power? Build quality is better in the Palio and the reliability award goes to the Swift.
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