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Old 23rd March 2006, 21:44   #16
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MMI is Multimedia Interface which displays the control of the car in a coloured LCD screen.
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Old 23rd March 2006, 22:06   #17
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Top Gear magazine Mar 2006 has all the details and a comparison test between Lancer Cedia, toyota corolla and Hyundai Elantra
i dont trust TG.........
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Old 23rd March 2006, 22:12   #18
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With the money you are willing to shell out I think you should consider the Hyundai Elantra in the 6 to 7 lakh range. I think it is for 6.8 lakh after a bit of bargaining. This point was discussed here in the forum last month. Go to the dealer and ask his last quote. Bye and wear your seatbelts.
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I dont think MMI should be a deciding factor in buying a car.

certainly its an asset but its just a luxury.
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but MMI looks like an luxury car and is currently availble on expensive cars like audi, etc. its not a deciding factor but its + point for civic if it has it in india...
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opel astra had it , skoda octavia has it too. it shows FE, mileage that can be covered, outside temp etc.

I would still recommend the octavia.


has got more poise value, better built and good highway stability.
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which model of octavia will suit me??? i drive average of 20 km daily..
i cant increase my budget anymore from 11L
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which model of octavia will suit me??? i drive average of 20 km daily..
i cant increase my budget anymore from 11L

here is the website www.skoda-auto.co.in

I dont see the 2.0 petrol here so I assume its discontinued. But if the dealer has it then it matches your need perfectly.

Even the TDI RIDer wont be bad at all.

The best bet would be to get in touch with the local dealer.
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The base trim of the US 2006 Civic is pricier than the base version of Corolla by $500 or thereabouts. So I don't think the Civic in India is going to be cheaper than Corolla. Honda knows its brand equity, and is unlikely to be influenced by competition to price its cars 'aggressively'. Corolla starts at 11L on-road price, so I'm expecting that a low-end Civic will cost the same too, if not more.
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will the interior of the car(civic) would be same as its launched in other countries???
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Exclamation mommy!!!

are you too lazy to do some research yourself or are you just used to being spoon-fed?
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well i think starting price of civic will be around 11 x showroom so expect around 12 on road. if u can wait , wait till september or go for skoda rider.
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