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Old 26th April 2010, 20:24   #241
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From my days in the HVAC industry, people in places like India, Singapore do not believe in any AC other than ones that blast freeze you.
In most parts of the world, cooling means holding the ambient to 24 celsius, with no cold air draughts.
Absolutely agree. To my Chennai-born wife, AC is about sitting in a cold draft, possible with a ceiling fan blowing down on her as well! To me, it is about sitting in a room at the right temperature, and with controlled humidity, and being comfortable with no draft blowing on me.
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Well! they got rid of another safety feature and that is the rear discs even they have gone now. I am so happy with my older i20, with all the airbags and rear discs.
In the i20 brochure, it's indicated that the ABS equipped CRDi still comes with rear disc brakes. But I miss the rest of the airbags and the sunroof. I was/am ready to pay for it
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In the i20 brochure, it's indicated that the ABS equipped CRDi still comes with rear disc brakes.
I think the 1.4 AT still comes with the rear disc brakes.
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Old 26th April 2010, 22:13   #244
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In the i20 brochure, it's indicated that the ABS equipped CRDi still comes with rear disc brakes. But I miss the rest of the airbags and the sunroof. I was/am ready to pay for it
Thanks for the correction, if you want the extra airbags and sunroof then look out for any existing i20 sellers. Kidding man, don't mind
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Absolutely agree. To my Chennai-born wife, AC is about sitting in a cold draft, possible with a ceiling fan blowing down on her as well! To me, it is about sitting in a room at the right temperature, and with controlled humidity, and being comfortable with no draft blowing on me.
Well, you know I would be the happiest person on earth if the i20 AC manages to keep me comfortable while diving in hot and humid conditions, which it unfortunately fails to do.
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It certainly wouldn't do for driving my wife around Chennai then.

And, at this time of year, here, even I don't say no to a bit of a cold draft in the car!
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hi,

let me rephrase the question. is there any change the 1.2 mileage post BS-4?

wildon, that link really did help, but is that post bs4, or is it bs3?

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^^ That was compiled in 2009 and its of BS3 models.
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Diesel:

I 20 era= 5,72,990 (6,32,157)
I 20 magna= 6,12,989 (6,74,857)
I 20 sportz driver airbag= 6,37,990 (7,01,546)
I 20 sportz driver airbag with alloy wheels=6,52,990 (7,17,558)
I 20 asta dual airbags, ABS and rear disc brakes= 6,94,991 (7,62,395)

prices are ex showroom, Delhi. Prices in brackets are OTR Delhi inclusive of 3rd year extended warranty @ Rs. 8,500.
ABS and rear disc are ONLY standard on asta. All other variants have drum brakes without ABS.
ASTA optional with 6 airbags and sunroof is discontinued on CRDi and 1.4 AT.

ASTA 1.4 AT comes with ABS with rear disc as standard priced at Rs. 7,48,173 (8,14,559 OTR).

I 20 asta optional with 6 airbags and sunroof is now only available in 1.2 petrol kappa, pics shown below:
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hi,

let me rephrase the question. is there any change the 1.2 mileage post BS-4?

wildon, that link really did help, but is that post bs4, or is it bs3?

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Found this link on another thread, don't remember who posted it, so dont kill me if it was you

SIAM

Its 18.15 kmpl for BS-IV I20 1.2
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Diesel:

I 20 era= 5,72,990 (6,32,157)
I 20 magna= 6,12,989 (6,74,857)
I 20 sportz driver airbag= 6,37,990 (7,01,546)
I 20 sportz driver airbag with alloy wheels=6,52,990 (7,17,558)
I 20 asta dual airbags, ABS and rear disc brakes= 6,94,991 (7,62,395)
ASTA 1.4 AT comes with ABS with rear disc as standard priced at Rs. 7,48,173 (8,14,559 OTR).
Just 50K difference between i20 Astra 1.2 and i20 Asta 1.4 AT ?
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Are these the prices of i20 CRDI with 6-speed MT? Price for the Asta variant looks similar to the earlier CRDI 5-speed MT model, so effectively this amounts to a price cut and no premium charged for the 6-speed gearbox.

I think it's a smart move from Hyundai to remove the CRDI Asta(O). Now the top-end CRDI price is comparable to Polo HL.

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Are these the prices of i20 CRDI with 6-speed MT? Price for the Asta variant looks similar to the earlier CRDI 5-speed MT model, so effectively this amounts to a price cut and no premium charged for the 6-speed gearbox.

I think it's a smart move from Hyundai to remove the CRDI Asta(O). Now the top-end CRDI price is comparable to Polo HL.
Well, they have got rid of the four extra airbags (read safety) and sunroof and given you an extra gear instead.
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Just 50K difference between i20 Astra 1.2 and i20 Asta 1.4 AT ?
All the prices are for the diesel 1.4 models and the last is for the 1.4 petrol automatic.

I 20=asta.
Astra=opel.
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Does anyone have an idea how much is the waiting period for the new i20 Diesel in NCR?
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