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Old 29th December 2013, 21:35   #346
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Any guys here with mods or added accessories, drop some pics here so others can take a look at how they are.

I am looking at getting a Pioneer AVH-X5690 or a Kenwood device.
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Just completed 2.5K and going good.

Average highway mileage from driving around 1300Kms is 18.2 (Bangalore - Kochi - Bangalore)

Average city mileage from driving around 1200Kms is 12.8 (Bangalore airport road - Jeevan Bheema - Marathahalli)

Few snaps taken at Hesarghatta grasslands (near bangalore)
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Just completed 2.5K and going good.

Average highway mileage from driving around 1300Kms is 18.2 (Bangalore - Kochi - Bangalore)...
That's good.

What were the speeds you were maintaining? And is yours the 85 bhp or 110 bhp version?
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That's good.

What were the speeds you were maintaining? And is yours the 85 bhp or 110 bhp version?
85PS.

Bangalore - Krishnagiri (80-100Km/Hr)
Krishnagiri - Salem (100Km/Hr)
Salem - Coimbatore (100-120Km/Hr)
Coimbatore - Palaghat (60-80Km/Hr)
Palaghat - Trissur (60Km/Hr)
Trissur - Kochi (80-100Km/Hr)

Comfort zone is 100-120Km/Hr (smooth)
Rough zone is between 80-100Km/Hr (irritating revs at these speeds. miss the extra gear here)

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Awesome.

Just found these - I asked them for the pricing.

http://www.mxsmotosport.com/product-details.php?id=1632

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Drove my new Terrano through the most challenging roads of western ghats and mostly through Kudremukh National forest. This car is Fun to drive on the highway and the ghats.

Few pictures of the road trip.

Places covered:
Sringeri
SK border
Kudremukh national forest
Sirimane water falls
Lakya dam
Horanadu
Hanumanagundi water falls

Total distance covered = 1000kms
Average FE = 19
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Any guys here with mods or added accessories, drop some pics here so others can take a look at how they are.

I am looking at getting a Pioneer AVH-X5690 or a Kenwood device.

Just found these - I asked them for the pricing.
Any idea how these modifications might affect the warranty ?
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A headunit wont affect the warranty since any wires wouldn't be cut, but rather a harness would be used to make the original interface communicate to the new unit.

Just remember, any cutting, splicing of the electrical system would affect the warranty.
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Drove my new Terrano through the most challenging roads of western ghats and mostly through Kudremukh National forest. This car is Fun to drive on the highway and the ghats.

Few pictures of the road trip.

Places covered:
Sringeri
SK border
Kudremukh national forest
Sirimane water falls
Lakya dam
Horanadu
Hanumanagundi water falls

Total distance covered = 1000kms
Average FE = 19
I haven't driven beyond Mudigere. But you have given me enough reason to do so. Thanks for the pics



Amplifier/Subwoofer in OEM

Has anyone fixed an amplifier/woofer on these OEM HUs? Do they have any subwoofer output? I had the sub/amp/wiring etc. removed from my previous car. But kind off worried about touching the OEM unit. Of course it can be done, but any suggestions on the best way to get it installed?
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Amplifier/Subwoofer in OEM

Has anyone fixed an amplifier/woofer on these OEM HUs? Do they have any subwoofer output? I had the sub/amp/wiring etc. removed from my previous car. But kind off worried about touching the OEM unit. Of course it can be done, but any suggestions on the best way to get it installed?
You need to refer to the Duster threads to get these answers in detail, all being discussed before. Check this. (Courtship with the Renault Duster RxZ)
Get the OEM unit input to the amp, use cross-overs. Power your sub through the amp. The HU has no sub output.
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Wishing everyone here a happy new year and the ones with the Terrano a wonderful and safe journey. The ones who are getting it soon wishes as well and the ones who are looking to book all the best and our support. Get it, its the right decision.
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Does the 85PS XL Plus Diesel has the diamond-cut machined alloys like the 110PS XV Premium?
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Just picked up my Silver Surfer today. It only had 12 Kms on it. The Petrol gave me an average of 11.8 Kms on a 80 KM drive back from the dealership. All is well with the car, love the bluetooth system in it. Got a nice 32GB flash drive (Sandisk Cruzer Fit) so its barely visible.

Already visited the local accessories shop, got some nice bucket floor mats, door sills and trunk lid guard. Getting the Leather seats installed tomorrow @ 11 am. Cant Wait.

Thanks everyone for all of your help.
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Does the 85PS XL Plus Diesel has the diamond-cut machined alloys like the 110PS XV Premium?
I believe they come standard on the XL Plus.

Outside of that, the cost is 12k a piece which includes the new wheels, tire change, balancing and alignment. You get your old steel wheels back if you like.
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I had the Ecosport finalized, they claimed delivery in a few months. I said not an issue and wanted a Trend or Titanium Petrol. Then they jacked up the price by 50k even after stating that you wont be applicable to the price hike.

I dropped the idea and a few months later booked the Terrano. It drove better, felt beefier and much more of an SUV.

I still like the Ecosport but dont regret the Terrano purchase at all. I take delivery in 3 days...
Congratulations! I did read about your after purchase experiences. Pretty good. How would you compare the Terrano ride quality over its counterpart, the Duster?

I have taken a test drive of the Duster and found it pretty good & solid. Still have to take a test drive of the Terrano.

One observation is that, Renault Scala looks more "refined" in looks than the Nissan Sunny in the sedan segment. However, when it comes to small SUVs, the Terrano look-wise scores slightly over its counterpart Renault Duster as perceived by many. Thus, in the sedan space, Renault seems to lead in looks while in the small SUV space, Nissan is perceived to take the lead in looks. Not sure of the interiors though, since I still have to take a test drive of the Terrano.
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