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Old 14th November 2006, 18:17   #31
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Originally Posted by Ironmarine
the X denotes that it has AC and the i denotes that it has power steering that comes as a standard fitment.
Well, I don't seem to be convinced with this declaration. Firstly there is hardly any car by Maruti which doesn't have AC (except for 800, Omni) and every car from Maruti has X in its version name. 800 AC has AC but doesn't have X in its version name. 800 EX used to have X in its version name but didn't have an AC!
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Old 14th November 2006, 20:12   #32
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Well My dear friend, this was straight from the horse mouth.
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Old 14th November 2006, 20:26   #33
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I thought "G" stood for Gasoline (Petrol!!) and D(Diesel) / L(shs Diesel)
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