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Old 26th November 2009, 11:42   #31
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Most people who do not know the Fiat line-up are surprised to see it GO. Truly all go no show.
Fully agree. I am used to the look on their faces now.

I hardly get roads to stretch it and Bangalore- Mysore highway is one of my fav rides.
Some people just wonder whilst I overtake how come a Palio goes this fast.
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Fully agree. I am used to the look on their faces now.

I hardly get roads to stretch it and Bangalore- Mysore highway is one of my fav rides.
Some people just wonder whilst I overtake how come a Palio goes this fast.
Ask me about it ! I still cherish that drive from Calicut to BLR on the 1.6. Bandipur curves, I was easily cruising at 80-100s, without a screech, body roll or all those stability factors ! Mysore-BLR highway was the place where I hurt the egos of 'all' segment drivers

Whatta Car !

I hope FIAT's next launch is something that justifies and overshoots the present benchmark of the 1.6 !!! They should launch something in the lines of Citroen types...eagerly waiting..
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Your beast is ready to pounce upon every road it come across. Formula red is superb color. Can you add a old spoiler to it. The best designed spoiler that I've ever seen.
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2 years and 23K
Well itís been 2 yrs and 23K with the red pet and still every drive puts a smile on my face. The addiction to the engine note above 4K rpm increases with every drive.

4th Service Update
Oil change, filter change, Coolant replaced .
Pocket lighter by 3K.
Post servicing the palio drives like new.
Overall I am happy with the service done at Pandit Pune.

Average has been around 11-12 km/l with 70-80% AC.
Driving is mostly in city and never light footed



Overall extremely happy with the palio.

A few updates to the red pet
Sound
HU : alpine alpine cde-100eub
Front : Kicker component ds600.2
rears : vibes slick

Tyre
Michelin XM1+ stock size
Drive is extremely quite after the tyre change and the grip is amazing.

SunFilm
Front: Lumar Air80
Side and rear : Lumar
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