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Old 27th October 2008, 21:24   #226
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guys sorry about the ambient temp display. The Crv has it.
Any comparison on the Fuel efficiency while CRV is known for drinking. ;-)
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Old 27th October 2008, 21:38   #227
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Any comparison on the Fuel efficiency while CRV is known for drinking. ;-)
According to latest Autocar (Nov issue), they both are almost equally thirsty with Outlander being a shade more frugal.
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Outlander has an average of around 6.5, i personally test drove it a few days ago. I personally really liked the interior of the car, way better than the CRV, but was quite shocked with the exterior. In pictures, the car looks really good but to my suprise i didnt find it appealing, it doesnt give the look of a SUV, its more like a MUV.

Have testdrove Outlander, Captiva, CRV, Pajero. Still didnt find the right SUV :(.
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After quite some time post the launch, yet to see an outlander in my daily commute from the old madras road to koramangala.. Neither test drives nor owner driven. Similar to the situation of the captiva, where all the vehicles went to mining towns? Any news of their sales post stuffing dealers with vehicles at launch time?
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Now with the prices of CR-V increasing by 3 Lacs, I guess Outlander will have a great time, since HM is not increasing any prices (I think?)
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Isnt it already having a great time? AFAIK they are selling more units than CR_V
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Outlander Prices will go up by 1Lakh shortly.
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Isnt it already having a great time? AFAIK they are selling more units than CR_V
I highly doubt it, I barely see any on Mumbai's roads.
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