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Old 3rd October 2008, 16:41   #136
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The price has been updated in the website. It's 20.2 lacs

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The launch in bangalore will be in a week's time and the on road price is 24.6L! For a CKD and locally manufactured vehicle!
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The launch in bangalore will be in a week's time and the on road price is 24.6L! For a CKD and locally manufactured vehicle!
You still cannot make up your mind!

Buy an Altis and be happy, or wait for the revised Grand Vitara
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I think its a CBU. Nothing else can explain this outrageous price.
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You still cannot make up your mind!

Buy an Altis and be happy, or wait for the revised Grand Vitara
You read my mind.. I guess it will be a wait.. Taking a TD of the Altis t'row, but still not convinced..The 2.4L GV would be just right. Before the end of the year??
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The headlights look like they've been taken from the Hinda Civic, or am I the only one who thinks this way?
Pricing buggered it all up I say. 20.2Lacs ex-showroom. Very sucky.
I still think Captiva is a better idea. Now i guess the wait will be for the Tiguan, which will hopefully take the market by storm.
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just spoke to the mitsu dealer in chennai. the exshowrom price is confirmed at 20.20 lakhs.

the on-road price is expected at 22.57 lakhs.

they have received the display vehicle and should be up for display by 6pm this evening, after a wash and polish job.

they are also open tomorrow. So am going to the showroom tomorrow to check it out.

test drives from 10/10 onwards - after the official launch.
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still overpriced for mumbai as well, they have a one country one price policy. the standard like rockford fosgate, leather etc are quite tempting though.
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Good work Mitsubishi!!
Change is refreshing! Hope the Outlander does well!
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The headlights look like they've been taken from the Hinda Civic, or am I the only one who thinks this way?
Difficult to say who copied whom as this particular design of outlander has been around since 2005. In fact it has gone through a face lift which has not made it to india
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Difficult to say who copied whom as this particular design of outlander has been around since 2005. In fact it has gone through a face lift which has not made it to india
which means that Mitsubishi again sends the older generation to us? I wonder what stops them from doing latest model wordlwide launches like the other manufacturers and give us the latest as well. I am guessing prices :(
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According the earlier press releases, Mitsu said that it would price the Outlander below the Pajero? Now they have fixed a price of 20.20 lac?? for a CKD. I like this SUV a lot but 20.20 L would mean around 24 lac OTR and that is a bit on the higher side for me. But considering the low sales target for this SUV by Mitsubishi (100 per month) I think they won't have a problem reaching that target
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The price has been updated in the website. It's 20.2 lacs

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The launch in bangalore will be in a week's time and the on road price is 24.6L! For a CKD and locally manufactured vehicle!
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just spoke to the mitsu dealer in chennai. the exshowrom price is confirmed at 20.20 lakhs.

the on-road price is expected at 22.57 lakhs.

they have received the display vehicle and should be up for display by 6pm this evening, after a wash and polish job.

they are also open tomorrow. So am going to the showroom tomorrow to check it out.

test drives from 10/10 onwards - after the official launch.
Its cheaper than a CRV right? CRV with the 2.4L engine.
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Though the Outlander seems to be a nice vehicle, albeit over-zealously priced.

I think the Tiguan will beat the hell out of the Outlander, simply because it is a deisel & better priced. Not to mention the build quality.

Honda is waiting for the Tiguan to announce the launch & voila we shall also "suddenly" see the deisel avtaar of the CRV.

The game would then shift away (as always) from Mitsubishi & the clash would be of the Deisel CRV & the Deisel Tiguan.

Exciting times ahead. When will they ever learn ?????




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would Tiguan be priced below 20 lacs and that too with a diesel engine??
if yes then the competition would be killed and it would be a best seller
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