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Old 28th August 2005, 19:44   #16
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congrats dude
its now a real bull(3.0l engine) man u should really happy
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congrats on the new car - speedfreak. you're feedback on the engine, performance and dynamics is awaited - this addition is sure to rock the entry level SUV segment...drive safe!
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here's another one...congratulations, speedfreak....that's quite a mammoth you've got, and trust me....it's a great car....and i speak from my experience on the 2.0 IDI....the DICOR should be quite a nutbuster...and personally, i do find a lot of improvements in the new DICOR over the 2.0 IDI (except for the dead pedal)....

just watch out while you're reversing though- since you haven't taken the vxi (with the rear view cam), it's quite a possibility that you might accidentally run over some swifts and other small cars while reversing....

and once again, here's wishing you loads of happy (off)roading....enjoy your beast, pal....
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Many congratulations! I plan to buy this next year and your & Steeroid's feedback will be extremely valuable.
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Congrats d00d! Thats 2 dicors on team BHP. Do post the reviews soon
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Congrats Speedfreak

The car is wonderful but wider wheels will make it look real good..

Take care of it and do some more pics
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Congrats on the new ride, but will someone PLEASE post a few pics of the front end!! I am yet to see it outside of the print ad's.
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Congrats man, waiting for the pics. Enjoy your ride!!
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Congrats on your new ride speedfreak. Waiting for the reviews; especially of its off-road capabilities.
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congrats dude....

its a great vehicle. enjoy it !!!
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Old 30th August 2005, 09:36   #26
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hey speed freak congrats, i've got inside steroids new dicor, i personally liked it..He'd a pioneer music system installed in it.Did that blaupunk system came with it??i've revved the engine too, seeems to have excellent torque. steroid planning to explore the offroad handling of the new dicor..

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Old 30th August 2005, 09:39   #27
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hi all
was too busy these days gettin stuff fitted for my baby........
got a sony sub installed now even the music roks.pics will be commin soon
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Old 30th August 2005, 10:44   #28
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Quick question. Dont you SUV drivers (inside City limits) feel that sometimes you had bought a small car, seeing all those traffic and parking problems?
Actually, I am in that dilemma. After being owner of many cars, I am tempted to buy an ute. But the traffic (Banglore) problems is making me think more than twice.

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Congrats pal....
Dont you think the GOT BHP? decal of our forum will look just great on that spare wheel cover or rear windshield?
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I have driven SuVs rarely, but when i have i have found that in heavy traffic it is easier to drive. The reason is then when i am in a sedan all the autos, cars, ricks come and try to bang into you, but in a SUV everybody runs scared. Also on a highway if you flash your sedan lights at the 800 doing 60kmph in the fast lane, the guy will ignore you, try flashing SuV lights and the guy will go off road to give you way. Everybody's afraid of big things. The easiest to drive is a truck with everybody scurrying for cover
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