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|5th March 2008, 18:52||#47|
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|5th March 2008, 19:00||#48|
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The problem is not with the car..its just that its got associated with the Fiat name. One of the better cars on indian roads. Hard to find build quality such as this and the engine ever so responsive and ready to deliver on request. Its sibling adventure is yet another sad story. Where do you get such cool looking estate with pirelli tires and bull bars and for the price below 6lacs.
|5th March 2008, 19:01||#49|
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Has this theory ever worked in India forget abt outside india....for all the manufacturers who has discontinued their cars?
After discontinuation, whos gonna monitor/followup the manufacturer if they are providing or not other than the owners! The sufferers are the owners in the end!
|5th March 2008, 19:12||#50|
Join Date: Jul 2006
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For someone who has just one car, waiting a month for a Car part can be irritating to say the least.
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