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|10th October 2009, 01:33||#1|
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New Vehicle - Should not be driven above 100 KMPH initially - Why?
I've heard many a times that a new vehicle should always be driven below 60-80 KMPH and should never be driven above 100 KMPH for the fiirst 1000-3000 Kms.
Is there any potential for engine damage/malfunction in long run?
Why is that? Is it for normal petrol/diesel engines or even advanced turbocharged petrol/CRDI diesel engines come into this bracket?
Experts - Kindly discuss!
|10th October 2009, 02:48||#2|
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Your question was been been discussed in this thread - http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/owning...r-new-car.html
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