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Old 8th October 2007, 22:40   #406
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The fabric seats are neatly done, where did you get it done and at what cost, address pls ???
gSport in Jayanagar (factory in JP Nagar). contact sunil 98801 64646. PM me if you need more details.

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Satya, My dealer gave me the transparent floor mat. Didnt pay for it. It comes in 4 peices ( including the boot ). the one in the rear is one full mat. Pretty good ones compared to the regular mats.
Very good input, thanks man!! Can you post some pic? I can see before I put money into.

BTW, mats for front and boot are ok for me, so thinking if I can purchase only rear one to reduce cost.
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However , ppl say that I cant fit sub woofers to the current system. Wondering if that is true. Anyone in Chennai fixed subs to your SX4 ? Please help
You can. There is a single full range pre-out on the HU. You can connect this to a mono-block Amp and drive a Sub with it. But with pathetic factory original speakers SX4 comes with, I dont think a Sub would do good. What you will listen is just a load of bass.

You will need to upgrade the speakers too. For a good soundstage around your driving seat (if thats where you want it concentrated), you will need good set of component speakers coupled with good set of coax in the back.

The default HU is pretty limited in what you can do for NICE ICE in your car. Experts in ICE section can help more.
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Pardon my ignorance but dont you need a port in the rear parcel shelf if you need to install a sub in the boot? i noticed that the rear parcel shelf in SX4 does not even have a hhole for a speaker let alone a sub.
Crazy vehicle. Guess they reused the swift door panels and let the speakers be in the doors?
You dont need a hole in parcel tray for a sub to be installed. Tubes or enclosures could be installed in the boot.

But I agree on one point, they should have given arrangement on parcel tray for rear speakers, not in doors.
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Very good input, thanks man!! Can you post some pic? I can see before I put money into.

BTW, mats for front and boot are ok for me, so thinking if I can purchase only rear one to reduce cost.
Satya, have been caught up with some stuff at work. Will post pics of the mats in a couple of days
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I thought mats come in sets. Do they sell mats separately for front back and the boot?
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I was going through the manual and found out that SX4 ZXi has pre-tensioned seat belts!!!. Another thumbs up for Maruti. This can be confirmed by the tag in the drive side seat belt. There will be a marking "PRE" to indicate that.

@Venkatesh, I did not find any mention of low fuel indicator. The sales man also said that its not there. May be its there in the VXi variant!!!!
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Guys,

Too many off-topic posts have made the thread deviate away from discussing the review.

Satjya : Please open a new thread review once you have logged in more kms.

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