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Old 27th October 2010, 10:18   #46
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The price range is OTR Nagpur-
Petrol
4-6: Hyundai i20 Asta
6-8: Polo 1.6
8-10: Linea T-Jet
10-15: Skoda Laura TSI
20-25: Skoda Superb
Diesel
4-6: Ford Figo Titanium
6-8: Hyundai i20 CRDI
8-10: Volkswagen Vento
10-15: Chevrolet Cruze
15-20: Tata Aria
20-30: BMW 320D
I feel there is no good petrol car in 15-20 range.
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Old 27th October 2010, 12:16   #47
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Price range in Gurgaon (boy is it cheap here!!!)

4-6 : VW Polo 1.2 Highline
6-8 : Sx4 Zxi (i got mine below 8l)
8-10 : Honda City V AT
10-15 : Honda Civic
15-20 : Skoda Superb MT
20-25 : BMW 3 series CE (may have to stretch a lac or so)
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Old 27th October 2010, 14:13   #48
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Small Hatch

Chevy Beat/Suzuki A - Star

Premium hatch
i20 diesel

Mid size sedan
Ford Fiesta S/VW vento Diesel

premium sedans
Civic/cruze/Laura TSi

D segment

Honda Accord/Skoda Superb

SUV
Fortuner/captiva

Luxury Marques

entry - A4 2.0 TDi
Mid - Jaguar XF diesel/530d HL
Sports Sedan - M5
Flagship - S350 CDi
SUV - Q7 4.2 TDi, RR Autobiography SC 5.0 V8
Entry Sports - Z4
Thoroughbred - 911 turbo/GTR/M3
Exotic - 458 italia
GT - CGT speed
Exotic V12 - DBS
Hypercar - LP640/Zonda/ upcoming Jota
Bespoke motoring - Mulsanne
Imposing statement - RR phantom
O EM GEE - RR ghost

Guess that covers just about every car at various price points and various uses and circumstances.
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Old 27th October 2010, 14:28   #49
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Price Range (L):

My choice of cars

4-6: Swift D
6-8: Fiat Grande Punto 90 BHP/i20 CRDi
8-10: Fiat Linea T-Jet
10-14: Used Civic (sparingly used, less than 2 years)
14-20: Cruze/Laura. Suv-Fortuner/Captiva.
20-25: Accord/ Pajero
25-30: Superb/ Used Bimmer

Would opt like this. Although I feel Laura wouldn't fit the bill due to relative higher maintenance compared to others.
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Time to update the thread:
Assumptions : Prices are on-road price. These are my personal views.
0-2 Lac : Used Alto K10
2-4 Lac : Alto K10
4-6 Lac : Ford Figo (D)
6-8 Lac : Punto 90HP/EcoSport
8-10 Lac : Linea T-Jet/EcoSport
10-12 Lac : Vento (D)/Duster
12-15 Lac : XUV500
15-18 Lac : Yeti
18-20 Lac : Superb
20-25 Lac : Outlander
25-30 Lac : Volvo S60/Santa Fe
30 Lac+ : All Cars look "best" to me.
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