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|11th November 2010, 23:21||#16|
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I don't really buy this. There are other brands of cars where people have added foreign electrical accessories. Have'nt heard them going up in smoke.
And there have been 2 incidents of Nano's going up in smoke en route to delivery to customers. These were not Demo cars, but brand new cars, with no mods.
Call it a recall or anything else, its a good thing that the Tata's are atleast doing something about rectifying their mistake. Hope the solution helps stop/reduce such incidents. Overall, the Nano is a good car for its price, and it would be a shame for it to fail on account of an issue which could be fixed with a few fuses etc....
|12th November 2010, 03:32||#17|
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|12th November 2010, 12:18||#18|
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Got a message today from Tata Motors:
|12th November 2010, 13:52||#19|
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Instead of denying a recall, couldn't they spin this to give an angle
"Tata, Customers safety comes first, reputation comes second".
That might imo earn them some more respect than the denial card they're playing now.
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