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Old 17th February 2009, 15:39   #16
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Originally Posted by mobike008 View Post
@VJ, TB costs close to 1.10 Lakhs, if i am not wrong

How about swiping your credit card if you have that kind of limit and convert them to EMI's, cheapest option, i feel
Yeah, it costs 1.06L on road in Bangalore. Dealer is NOT willing to throw in any freebies or discounts and there is a 15 day waiting for the bike !

Im considering the same, converting the charge to a EMI. Dealer charges 1.5%, which is a full 1.5k . And I have no idea what kind of charges the CC company slaps when you do this (And given the economy, the bank might just decide not to do it !)
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Old 17th February 2009, 15:43   #17
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Originally Posted by VJ_MAVRICK View Post
Thanks for the correction mobike008 as one of my friend purchased a TB for 98K, huh ! around 2 to 3 years back I remember. Oh My Bad !
and in 2003 my tB cost me 81205 on road.

Of course it had no ES or catcon or tbts technology.
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