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Old 19th February 2010, 22:10   #1456
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Hi Guys,
How much can i expect for my 2005 Getz 2nd owner and done 49k in chennai. Its in immaculate condition. Planning to upgrade to punto or figo.
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^^Is it running a CRDi mill down under ?
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Old 20th February 2010, 01:13   #1458
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It's LXi.
IIRC, Proxima bought a 2006 Lxi some months ago for atleast 25K less. So, guess you have bargaining room. Yeah, I know I am beating down resale price for a car I own, but since I don't plan to sell my car for atleast another 10 years, it is OK.

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BTW, what about the spare parts cost, SB? How much the front bumper will cost?
Now, you are talking. If at all you buy a Baleno, treat its front like family heirloom - most of the costly SGP stuff sit there. I know from experience that there will be times when you would feel like nudging the nosy biker who flits in and out or the usual Chennai auto-kaaran, but have patience because he will get away with a few hundreds worth of repair, while the SGP headlamps or bumper would cost you dearly.

Ofcourse, this should not deter you from learning how to slightly nudge the pesky 3-wheelers so that they do a little dance on 2 wheels and then come back to earth - if done well, all this will leave is a spot of yellow paint on your front bumpers. I have learned to live with a spot of yellow on my bumpers.
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Old 20th February 2010, 11:40   #1459
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Hello BHPians,

Greetings!

I am am from Chennai and I drive a Jan 2003 model second onwer palio 1.2 elx petrol - ferrari red in color, which has clocked about 58000 kms. About 5000 kms back I had changed the stock bridgestone tyre's to another new set of the same specs. The car is in a neat and immaculate conditions except for a few scratches here and there. I am planning to sell this car to buy another palio which is a mid 2008 - chennai registered model multijet SDx top end - black in color, and clocked about 24000 kms and in an immaculate condition.

I have spotted this palio multijet car at a used car dealership and he is quoting 4 lacs price and ready to negotiate on the price.

My questions are:

1) What s the best price I can expect from my used palio 1.2 elx?
2) what is the best price I can negotiate to buy the Palio multijet?

Looking forward to your opinions and suggestions.

Kindest regards,

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I drive a Jan 2003 model second onwer palio 1.2 elx petrol - ferrari red in color, which has clocked about 58000 kms.....

I am planning to sell this car to buy another palio which is a mid 2008 - chennai registered model multijet SDx top end - black in color, and clocked about 24000 kms and in an immaculate condition.

I have spotted this palio multijet car at a used car dealership and he is quoting 4 lacs price and ready to negotiate on the price.

My questions are:

1) What s the best price I can expect from my used palio 1.2 elx?
2) what is the best price I can negotiate to buy the Palio multijet?
Tanveer,
1) 2003 Limited edition yellow color was running for 2.35 L (dealer) in mid 2007. I'd be happy if I get 1.5 L for your car.

2) Grab the diesel for 3L. Period. Palios don't have the best resale.
I still feel I have quoted on the higher side though.
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Old 21st February 2010, 14:02   #1461
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Thanks Prince for your reply.

The Multijet Palio was sold for 3.75 lakhs!

Has FIAT stopped production of Multijet Palios?

Cheers!

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The Multijet Palio was sold for 3.75 lakhs!

Wow! Thats quite a rip off. I feel for the guy!

I'm sure you wouldn't have taken it or that much now, would you ?
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I wouldnt have taken the multijet at that price. But the vehicle seemed to me well maintained and in good condition. Are there any new Paliio multijets available from the TATA Fiat Showrooms? If so then which is a better buy - the Paliuo multijet or the Vista quadrajet?

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I wouldnt have taken the multijet at that price. But the vehicle seemed to me well maintained and in good condition. Are there any new Paliio multijets available from the TATA Fiat Showrooms? If so then which is a better buy - the Paliuo multijet or the Vista quadrajet?

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Rather than going top Palio as @Prince told. It would be better if you go to Vista Quadrajet. It is amazing and has a very good VFM IMO
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Guys, anyone remember the Tata Sierra? At what price will a good specimen be available? A colleague travelled by one recently and is smitten!
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Guys, anyone remember the Tata Sierra? At what price will a good specimen be available? A colleague travelled by one recently and is smitten!
I guess you should get one at about 50-60k in the used market. Getting a sierra is difficult, and a well maintained one is almost impossible IMHO.

Just checked carwale, there is one for sale at 85k in B'lore. But since it's a 15 year old model, I hope your friend has a deep pocket.
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Guys, anyone remember the Tata Sierra? At what price will a good specimen be available? A colleague travelled by one recently and is smitten!
Tata Sierra 2000 model with 70k on the odo will be around 70-80k and 2002 model with 70k on the odo will be around 1.1L- 1-2L and another 10K extra if it is in mint condition. After 2002 this car was not manufactured IMO. But the price as per me is as above.
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Hi,

Can one of you please share your views on the price that should be quoted for a car as per the details given below

Model :- Santro Xing Xo III
Date of manufacture :- Dec 2006
Date of registration :- Jan 2007
Kms run :- 33000
Ownership :- Single
Sale type:- First
Place :- Hyderabad
Color :- Real Earth.

Seller is quoting 2.7 lakhs. Would be thankful for your prompt reply.
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Doc , 2.7 is a bit on the hgiher end , any where around 2.4 should be the right price for XO , bangalore price is running around 2.6
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Hi,

Can one of you please share your views on the price that should be quoted for a car as per the details given below

Model :- Santro Xing Xo III
Date of manufacture :- Dec 2006
Date of registration :- Jan 2007
Kms run :- 33000
Ownership :- Single
Sale type:- First
Place :- Hyderabad
Color :- Real Earth.

Seller is quoting 2.7 lakhs. Would be thankful for your prompt reply.
Doc,if the car is in good condition then IMO you can give upto 2.3L to 2.4L and if you know the seller in person then another 10K max. Happy buying and let us know what happened to it finally
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