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|4th June 2007, 17:49||#16|
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I completely empathize with you dude. I had purchased an Indica V2 dls from a dealer 2 years back. Withing 6 months, I changed the fan twice, the timing belt once, fuel pump once and many little problems. Cost me around 40,000 for repairs in 1 year. Sold it to a taxi guy from Aurangabad for a decent price and, guess what, it's been 2 years since i've sold it, it's not given a single problem.
|4th June 2007, 20:33||#17|
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Bro always take a expert mechanic alongwith when you do TD of used car from dealers or any agents so that they wont give lemon to you.
@Adman77: maybe that taxi guy was luckier then you ;-)
|4th June 2007, 21:52||#18|
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Would you like to take it a MASS and have them give a thorough evaluation of the mechanicals - to take away any guess work you might be experiencing ?
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