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Old 28th January 2005, 23:26   #16
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I don't know what other car can replace my Palio D for around 5 lacs. God save Fiat.
first thing which popped into my mind!:: esteem di! ;-D
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Old 29th January 2005, 14:03   #17
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so like are they staying or closing down ..
this is not a good sign for a fiat owner
someone please call them and find out
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Old 29th January 2005, 14:16   #18
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well guys ,

i have nothing to add !! all fiat owners start finding mechannics outside who can do a job of servicing ur fiats !!

cheers
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Old 29th January 2005, 22:37   #19
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It's odd that a hosting company will put up a message like this. But that doesn't exonerate Fiat from it's lethargy. Heck, even the Bihar government is more efficient than them! By the way, i belive their new commercial manager is a ex-Honda Siel guy. Still no results? Damn, Fiat's lethargy got to him too!
The way fiat is going , i wonder how long they will last. Or more importantly, do they want to last in India? How can anyone survive selling 129 palio's and 125 Petra's a month in the world's second fastest growing auto market is beyond me.
If a company can't sell cars in a fast growing market then where can they sell their cars?
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FIAT automobile division might be taken over by General Motors ... there was an report in Economic times three days back about how the GM and FIAT bosses have postponed the talks of acquisition for another three weeks ...
Maybe situation of FIAT India will improve after it merges with GMIL ...
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FIAT automobile division might be taken over by General Motors ... there was an report in Economic times three days back about how the GM and FIAT bosses have postponed the talks of acquisition for another three weeks ...
Maybe situation of FIAT India will improve after it merges with GMIL ...
http://www.detnews.com/2005/autosins.../28/-68494.htm

this news post shows that fiat may be trying to sell to gm..if gm is unhappy then obviouisly the price they will have to buy under the put option is much more than the current valuation for fiat's auto biz.. at the same time, for fiat, selling to gm will give them the cash needed to square of a hugh loan they are defaulting on, well almost. under such circumstances, fiat worldwide will probably cut back on operating expenses (other than direct production costs) which offcourse includes marketing/advertising and after sale liabilities like parts replacement under warranty and the like..

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Old 30th January 2005, 12:53   #22
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Its really shameful on Fiat's part and never expected this from fiat
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Old 30th January 2005, 13:18   #23
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129 palios!!!
125 petras is good for a car that was never properly advertised ...
man i will do a better job of getting people to buy palios then the whole fiat team combined
really pathetic
i bet the only reason fiat sold their cars were because of people like us.
this is not good specilly when people began believing that they are trying to improve their standards
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Another site www.gm.co.in no working.............

Regards..
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Another site www.gm.co.in no working.............

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Its working fine dude!!
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Another site www.gm.co.in no working.............

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It's working beautifully. No problems at all. You may have logged on while the server was possibly down.
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Old 1st February 2005, 11:01   #27
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Hello all,
Please see this posting from the Palio User group(PalioUsersIndia) site. Looks like somebody has really hacked the Fiat India site .



[COLOR=Blue]Hi Guys:
Check out whois.com Enter fiat-india in the box provided.
Here is the result. The site is registered till May 2005 and by
Fiat Italy.

Some freak has hacked the page.

Anyways no stupid hosting company says the site is blocked due to
non payment for 1 year. They cancel the subscription the instance
the site payment is due and not paid.

See the header, it is still Fiat India's website header

The dumb hacker is brain dead...ha ha ha loser...hack karo to
style
se...what kinda message is "The Fiat-India site is currently Non-
Functional due to Non-Payment since more than 1 Year."

Domain Name.......... fiat-india.com
Creation Date........ 2000-05-30
Registration Date.... 2002-04-06
Expiry Date.......... 2005-05-30
Organisation Name.... ITS s.r.l.
Organisation Address. Via Issiglio 63/A
Organisation Address. _
Organisation Address. .
Organisation Address. 10141
Organisation Address. Turin
Organisation Address. ITALY
Regards
Girish
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i hope its not a hack ... fiat india deserves too diee or else it has to improve on the services ... cant take us fer granted
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Hello all,
Please see this posting from the Palio User group(PalioUsersIndia) site. Looks like somebody has really hacked the Fiat India site .

LOL... this is wots called "kangaali mein aataa geela"... "gire ko do laat" ... and wot else?
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It makes it even worse. Even a dumb system admin will isolate a hacked system from network. Looks like no one in Fiat even cared about the site till whole world started talking about it. Real apathy, I would say!
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