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Old 5th February 2009, 02:37   #46
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Marketing gimmick is very easy to influence an amateur Indian consumer or the rising middle class.

ABS work wonders in snow etc.

In India it even doesnt even snow in the major cities, like blr, dhl or bom where your average speeds are less about 50K/h


I would blame manufacturers like Suzuki for optionally removing the left side mirror in cars starting from 800 to all the way to Swift Lxi. The drivers of these cars have a nasty habit of making blind turns towards the left. Imagine their blind spot!
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