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Old 29th December 2006, 13:55   #16
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This many times also depends on dealer/service center.

e.g. I checked with Ashwamegh for RVM/cluster panel for audio, they were not available. But, I just walked in Jay-Vijay one day and everything was there.

Last time I got frustrated with Ashwamegh was, when I asked them to fit fog lamps and rear spoiler. I got OEM fog lamps fitted (nicely), but spoiler was not available in stock. I was surprised since spoiler definitely not a very uncommon accessory. I haven't checked with them again, but I'll give it a try soon.
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I own a 2001 Fiat Siena 1.7TD ELPS. The car has done about 100000 KM. Till about 80,000 KMs, the car was absolutely trouble free, but after that it has been costing a fortune for me to maintain. I have spent more than a lakh in the last 20,000 KMS (in 2 years) to keep the car up and running. I had been runing the car initially in Coimbatore but for the last two years I m using it in Bangalore.
I am driving a 2000Jan ELX PS 1.7TD , It has run around 115000 so far and its service bill is like .70 Rs/km approximately excluding tyres and batteries. And believe me the car is so great am never going to sell it . Am not a hardcore Fiat fan but I find my car quite reliable .
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I haven't had any problems so far with getting spares : fast and non-fast moving ones. In September, I got the Fiat logo in the front grille and both the 16V and 100 stickers on the fenders of my S10 changed. This month I changed the right side front head lights due to water leakage inside. All the times Anuroop at Goregaon have been well stocked with the spares.
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A friend of mine is planning to buy a Palio. He is concerned about the availability of spares. Does anyone here uses a Palio or other older Fiat vehicles? Is it difficult to get original spares? If yes, are other options available in the market?
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Spares are still available at FASS, but you need to pay in advance and wait.

A whole host of parts are available at 99rpm.com. I use them regularly to get parts.
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Spares are still available at FASS, but you need to pay in advance and wait.

A whole host of parts are available at 99rpm.com. I use them regularly to get parts.
Thanks much for the quick revert! I shall update on our plans soon!
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I had contact names saved with me for Fiat spares. These were in vogue till about three-four years back. I am not sure if they still stock spares.

(1) Name: Mr. VijaySheth
Mobile: +919833606750
Address: 50/2 Modi Chambers, Near Kennedy Bridge, Opera House, Charni Road, Mumbai - 400004
EMail: kavaauto@yahoo.com
Landline: 022 - 23827562, 23853131, 28073272

(2) Bhartiya Automobiles
Shop No E-3, C.S.T. Road
Behind Kurla Bus Depot
Mumbai - 400 070
9867070419 / 9987118401 / 26508530
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I had contact names saved with me for Fiat spares. These were in vogue till about three-four years back. I am not sure if they still stock spares.

(1) Name: Mr. VijaySheth
Mobile: +919833606750
Address: 50/2 Modi Chambers, Near Kennedy Bridge, Opera House, Charni Road, Mumbai - 400004
EMail: kavaauto@yahoo.com
Landline: 022 - 23827562, 23853131, 28073272
Yes he used to have the spares for Fiat. A couple of years back I had purchased plug wires and central locking relay for Palio 1.6 from him. He must still be keeping parts for Fiat. He has customers from other states also.
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