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Old 24th October 2007, 20:10   #46
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Hi, I'm seriously looking at the Magnum. Resale of Chevys and GM cars in general seems to be the only hitch. It wont fetch anything more than 6 in about 1.5 years i feel.

Does anyone think otherwise on the re-sale part?
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Looking at all Vernas / Fiestas / Magnum , I feel Indigo Dicor makes more sense. I will not be surprised if soon we see a fully loaded indigo with all safety (ABS + Airbags) features below 7.

But there is a thing in all of us that is ....I want more and more power...bloody that is making vernas clearing charging premium just for sake of power.

On any normal / abnormal weekday in a same city at same time, how many verna users reach their work place quicker / faster than indigo dicor or logan users? I am sure all of us know the answer.

The ridiculous pricing is due to our passion for power and overrating a car.
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