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|16th June 2006, 21:31||#31|
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Exactly. When they think quality matters more, they will spned more money on it. Which is exactly what I was saying in the first place.
The Tata Estate is a 15 year-old relic which is neither relevant nor worth discussing in this thread.
|16th June 2006, 22:20||#32|
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With Hindustan Motors and PAL we were left with no recourse since here were two companies fully exploiting the restrictive economic policies of the state that prevented fresh enterprise and allowed monopolies to milk the consumer with rotten products. But the Tatas made the monstrosity when the Govt finally allowed competition and many years after they Tatas) had displayed a Merc like Tatamobile at a spectacular show in Delhi. Tatas really let down the consumer and anything they have done since then (unless you want to exclude the Italian design of the Indica exteriors) has not made one change ones opinion.
The Tata Estate was Tata Motors statement on what they thought about quality and they stuck to their 'philosophy'.
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