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Old 27th September 2017, 22:52   #4456
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What is the price of the part ? Would you have the Labor for just this part of the work done?
The entire work was done free of cost under warranty.

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Got a chance to drive the Innova last week. We had hired an Innova for an outstation trip. Started at about 1.30 pm on Friday for the 720 km trip. 481 of this on the BLR-HYD highway, and then another 240 km on state highways in TS & KA. The driver was not able to contain his sleep, and I took over for the last 2+ hours. The vehicle has about 1.1L on the odo, of mostly Bangalore city usage.

Vehicle was steady at all times, though I found it kind of heavy. The steering was a little heavy too, and the clutch a tad hard. Not sure if it was the one-size up ( in dia) of the tyres that contributed to it, or because of it being a cab.

Overall, I think my Storme is a notch above this one.
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After 4.5 years of the Storme, I may have to give it up and go for a lighter vehicle. Doctor's saying ..
This comes just as I took care of a few things like battery, timing belt, etc.

Fingers crossed. And I cant see anything else around that would pull me.
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After 4.5 years of the Storme, I may have to give it up and go for a lighter vehicle. Doctor's saying ..
This comes just as I took care of a few things like battery, timing belt, etc.

Fingers crossed. And I cant see anything else around that would pull me.

I have heard doctors advising for AT, or cars with better suspensions, or from 2-wheeler to 4-wheeler.
But, what's a doctor advise got to do with going for a lighter vehicle ?

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