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Old 31st January 2008, 05:40   #31
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look at the brighter side. now, the decision makers will be forced to do (much more than ever before) something about the roads!!
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Old 31st January 2008, 11:13   #32
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If I was a major in the industry and you try to push down my sales figures by introducing an inexpensive little prick on the road, even I would not have let you go. I only hope the output of this healthy little competition that is raising its hood in the Indian automobile industry ends with the customer bearing the fruits of all the efforts that these majors in their domains put in.
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Companies are making cheap(price wise) cars, but the government has other plans. Not everyone will be able to buy the Nano, Read this
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promoting your own blog (and your opinion, without any suporting facts)?

you could have copied the same 7 lines here on the forum. no copyright violation either.
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Hi,

It would take the Bajaj , Renault , Hyundai and others 3 to 4 years of R & D to catch the NANO . By then i would have created a market share which would be tuff to beat
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Lol, its funny read T-BHP members opposing new cheap cars citing insufficient infrastructure. How many of you gave a thought to it before buying your car? How many of you expressed concern when analysts predicted car sales of 1 million a year by 2010? It seems people are only concerned when the price is 1 lakh. A 2 lakh maruti 800 didn't worry anyone!
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I think Mr Tata asked us to think beyond, we are still talking Nano. Instead we should think in terms of a 2 lakh rear wheel drive sedan with fuel efficiency to match the 800 and performance to match the skyline.
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I think Mr Tata asked us to think beyond, we are still talking Nano. Instead we should think in terms of a 2 lakh rear wheel drive sedan with fuel efficiency to match the 800 and performance to match the skyline.
Liked that one

Then Tata would be the only surviving automaker not only in India but also in the world. LOLzzzzz
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I think Mr Tata asked us to think beyond, we are still talking Nano. Instead we should think in terms of a 2 lakh rear wheel drive sedan with fuel efficiency to match the 800 and performance to match the skyline.

and to add ::a 3 lakh TATA safari (with rear engine)
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and to add ::a 3 lakh TATA safari (with rear engine)
Then may be a 4 lac rear engine Jaguar and a 5 lac rear engine Land Rovercheers:
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The Indian arena will be in a state where in you throw a stone up in the air, it would either fall on a Nano or a Pulsar.
By the time hyundai comes up with the car, we will have millions of Nano's going around like germs, Everybody will be fed up of Cars...
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does anybody have photos of the car?
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This thread is over a year and a half old and deserves to be locked as there is no information if Hyundai is in fact bringing in a small car.
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