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Old 24th August 2009, 21:35   #46
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Judging by the last pic posted - nothing appealing IMO.

@Ravi- pass on the link. Am not able to check it.
Maruti Suzuki Estilo - Take a fresh view of life.
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Old 24th August 2009, 21:44   #47
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The website is up. I am able to access all the links.
Which is the link , please elaborate
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Old 24th August 2009, 21:47   #48
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I guess, you are looking at zen estillo's ( old one ) site.
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Somhow I liked the older Estilo. And the less said abt the older zen, the better.
Liking for Older Zen > Old Zen Estilo > New Zen Estilo
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Is it only me or is it i10's headlamps on that ugly duckling? Anyways it is going to take more than those headlamps to sell some of those, notwithstanding the K10 engine! Why is MUL creating more confusion in their product line up? Where does this neglected baby fit in? An almost Wagon-R sized car (or is it a minivan in disguise?) with an A-Star engine? C'mon MUL, kill it and give us the hot hatch back
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I think the new Avtar of the estilo is a more mature and grown up version of the older one whic frankly looked a like a toy car.

Looking forward to see one on the road.
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Great! Estillo retains it's 'ugliest car in the Indian market' spot.
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Looking at the photo that Misquitas posted, the car looks a little.... lifeless. The Ritz looks sexy in comparison. Even the outgoing model looked 'happy'.
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Old 25th August 2009, 00:19   #54
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Do not know - I like it when compared to the old discontinued one. Going by pictures,has anyone compared it with the jazz
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The old estilo atleast could have been called cute. The new estilo has lost that chance also.
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Not bad at all. I like it. Though have to see one on the road to make sure.
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It looks better than the previous one.

My favourite is the good old MPFI version. Simple, elegant and decent power for a hatch back with great fuel efficiency.
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Still not appealing enough. It reminds me more of the Nissan versa which is better looking IMHO.

But a good step by Maruti nonetheless. They seem to be going towards a using the two engines from Ritz and A-Star in all their hatches minus 800 and Alto.
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Is it just me or , does the pics below of the estilo resemble a mini Porsche Cayanne??
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Any clue about the price tag folks ?
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