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|21st May 2004, 01:42||#1|
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I have always insisted that GM India is the one manufacturer to watch out for. After offering the Optra at great prices and an Industry-first 4 year standard warranty, the highly competent Tavera has been launched at 5.4 lacs for the base non-power steering/non a-c model with the fully loaded variant peaking at 8.44 lacs in New Delhi.
This pricing is a bang in the territory of its chief competitor - The Toyota Qualis. Being a full generation newer and having that magic Japanese feeling, the Tavera is all set to give Toyota a run for its money.
Whats even more surprising is the fact that the cheapest Scorpio is now more expensive than its Japanese competition. Mahindra was talking of a non-Turbo (read cheaper) variant of the Scorpio at 60000 less than the currently available Turbo-charged model. Time to speed the launch up, wot? I also expect Toyota to bring in the latest gen Qualis before the end of 2004.
News was sourced from The Economic Times.
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