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Old 17th May 2010, 14:17   #16
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Originally Posted by aseem View Post
If you have a sub 10 lakh rupee budget, there is no automatic car with a good transmission woth buying, very few cars with front and rear disc, etc. Over the years the likes of Civic, Cruze etc have moved closer to the 15 lakh bracket and the likes of City have moved to fill the void at 10 lakhs.


Come on auto manfacturers, are you reading this thread. Time to wake up, and do something for the aam aaadmi below 10 lakhs
100% agree for the same, was under serious fix while finalising my car this year only. However, I found Verna AT the best thing to get under 10L, but somehow verna do not generate those luxury car no.s in my eyes. Indian are always made fool by introducing extinct/old models in India, Verna is the example of the same. I bilieve Verna is called called Accent in foriegn market, though I do understand Accent is still prevailing in India markets only and doing some sales no.s in India. Jai Ho !!
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