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|3rd August 2009, 15:20||#31|
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|3rd August 2009, 16:43||#32|
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The Accord is assembled here and thus, not eligible for any EPCG benefits.
|4th August 2009, 07:36||#35|
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Whereas we the comman man pays base price + 125% duty + dealer commission.
If Toyota starts assembling Camry here, they will be able to price it around Accord / Superb petrol i.e., around 18-19 lacs ex. showroom. It will then have a decent sale of more than 200 cars per month. I wonder why they are not doing it.
|4th August 2009, 07:52||#36|
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|4th August 2009, 09:36||#37|
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Well than, lets make a TEAM-BHP "HOTEL"!!!!
After that, anybody from us can go for CAMRY @ 10 lacs!!!
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Re: Toyota's new Camry @ Rs 21.26 lakh
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