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|15th April 2007, 06:04||#31|
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Ideally we should have a EPA like body and all cars shorter than a certain length and XX mileage should get benefits.
|4th July 2012, 20:04||#35|
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Re: The reason behind the 1.2 liter engine rule?
The rationale behind this rule is still in question. IMO the consumers have benifitted out of it in the long run (from the time it was imposed).
Though smaller cars upto 1.0 litre have thrived all along, largely due to their cost of ownership, but look at good side, the brilliant Brio's jewel of an engine and even the Suzuki's gem of a K series 1.2 powering the Swifts and many more.
With this even bigger cars have got higher BHP engines in the same displacement upto 1.2l. Hope this trend continues.
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