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Old 30th December 2009, 12:29   #61
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Did anyone see the facelifted wagon R pic in January 2010 Overdrive? its on the left side of the page. I am clearly disappointed if you are waiting for a new Wagon R
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Did anyone see the facelifted wagon R pic in January 2010 Overdrive? its on the left side of the page. I am clearly disappointed if you are waiting for a new Wagon R
Who's waiting? I'm definitely not! For me, the WagonR, as it is sold in India, is a tin breadbox.
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Did anyone see the facelifted wagon R pic in January 2010 Overdrive? its on the left side of the page. I am clearly disappointed if you are waiting for a new Wagon R
I saw this too. It is astonishingly different from what Autocar is claiming it will be like on their cover story. But since OD managed an actual spy shot, they're probably right on the money.
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I saw this too. It is astonishingly different from what Autocar is claiming it will be like on their cover story. But since OD managed an actual spy shot, they're probably right on the money.
it would be highly appreciated if some one can post the pic or scanned copy of the spy shot.

I Voted for M800. It looks like a proper car and got space which can be utilized. Nano looks like unbalanced car to me. (This is my personal opinion)

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Did anyone see the facelifted wagon R pic in January 2010 Overdrive? its on the left side of the page. I am clearly disappointed if you are waiting for a new Wagon R
Can you scan and post the pic here, please?

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can anyone give us an OD picture?
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Did anyone see the facelifted wagon R pic in January 2010 Overdrive? its on the left side of the page. I am clearly disappointed if you are waiting for a new Wagon R
Can you post the pics please? I can't make out anything from the website!

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Who's waiting? I'm definitely not! For me, the WagonR, as it is sold in India, is a tin breadbox.
Well it might be a breadbox for you, but the fact is that even some of the so called "Tanks" don't hold a candle to WR when it comes to practicality, space , zippyness , after sales and more importantly - the happyness of its owners. Can't blame non-owners feeling jealous

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I am currently in office and cannot post it till tomorrow afternoon when I'll come to work again. Can someone who has a copy of OD and a scanner at home kindly post this?

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Well it might be a breadbox for you, but the fact is that even some of the so called "Tanks" don't hold a candle to WR when it comes to practicality, space , zippyness , after sales and more importantly - the happyness of its owners. Can't blame non-owners feeling jealous
With all respect, the things which you listed are of less importance to me than some other aspects which provides a real car like feel (don't read 'tank' ), so that the driver in me remains contended, it doesn't matter myself as an owner is contended or not. For example, I don't give a beep against after sales value or shorter turning radius. Because of these reasons, that is that in my eyes. This is just my opinion, anyone is welcome to differ.

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[quote=aaggoswami;1646216]1) Its not about length here, its about wheelbase.

BTW, the dimensions of small car rear seat space from ACI.

1) Spark rear seat.
Legroom min : 64 cm
Legroom max : 83 cm
Headroom : 88 cm
Width : 124 cm

2) UV-A
Legroom min : 65.5 cm
Legroom max : 87.5 cm
Headroom : 90 cm
Width : 131 cm

3) Fiat 500
Legroom min : 56 cm
Legroom max : 76 cm
Headroom : 87 cm
Width : 120 cm

4) Grande Punto
Legroom min : 60 cm
Legroom max : 84 cm
Headroom : 91 cm
Width : 127 cm

5) Palio
Legroom min : 63 cm
Legroom max : 83 cm
Headroom : 84 cm
Width : 134 cm

6) Jazz
Legroom min : 67 cm
Legroom max : 91 cm
Headroom : 98 cm
Width : 125 cm

7) I10
Legroom min : 68 cm
Legroom max : 85 cm
Headroom : 93 cm
Width : 125 cm

8) i20
Legroom min : 56 cm
Legroom max : 78 cm
Headroom : 95 cm
Width : 135 cm

9) Santro
Legroom min : 65.5 cm
Legroom max : 82.5 cm
Headroom : 87 cm
Width : 121 cm

10) Alto
Legroom min : 54 cm
Legroom max : 81 cm
Headroom : 91 cm
Width : 118 cm

11) 800
Legroom min : 62 cm
Legroom max : 76 cm
Headroom : 85 cm
Width : 119 cm

12) A-star
Legroom min : 80 cm
Legroom max : 58.5 cm
Headroom : 88 cm
Width : 119 cm

13) Estilo
Legroom min : 60 cm
Legroom max : 76.5 cm
Headroom : 92cm
Width : 120.5 cm

14) Wagon R
Legroom min : 59.5 cm
Legroom max : 76.5 cm
Headroom : 101.5 cm
Width : 123cm

15) Ritz
Legroom min : 61 cm
Legroom max : 84 cm
Headroom : 96 cm
Width : 125 cm

16) Swift
Legroom min : 62.5 cm
Legroom max : 85.5 cm
Headroom : 91 cm
Width : 129 cm

17) Nano
Legroom min : 62 cm
Legroom max : 80 cm
Headroom : 93 cm
Width : 124.5 cm

18) Vista
Legroom min : 72 cm
Legroom max : 92 cm
Headroom : 89 cm
Width : 136 cm

19) Indica
Legroom min : 64
Legroom max : 75
Headroom : 92 cm
Width : 133 cm

I have put the above data in form of an excel table for ease of analysis and comparison.
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Which page of OD? I didnt find it. :(
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