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Old 14th January 2008, 09:34   #16
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Originally Posted by vvrchandra View Post
2) Pay the emi of 18375 for 35 months and instead of paying 180000 for the last month(36th), get back Rs. 162923.
Talking about the second option, this is more or less keeping the car compared with keeping up a taxi, cost will be calculated as per my understanding will be like...

18375/30 = 612.5 Rs per day for 35 months + petrol expenses around 200/day + ((180000-162923)/30) = 828.76 Rs per day

Pretty neat option according to me... Any views ?
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