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Old 13th February 2007, 17:58   #31
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Yes, you should seriously consider - Mitsubishi Cedia!
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yeh you aRE right , the handling is a bit dicy at higher speeds ........
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Thanks guys for your help. I just went and test drove the civic over the weekend and fell absolute head over heels over it. Though its slightly out of my budget but i think its worth the trouble for that baby..

Test drove the automatic though, paddle shift et al...sweetness....though u could not actually feel the acceleration when you were paddle shifting....so gonna get the manual one...

Though no discounts on it, except for providing accesories like bumper protectors, mats, a car registration of my choice in mumbai (no vashi or thane registrations, even though i tried to get one. mh-04 and mh-06 series seems to be having problems)..

As much as my pockets drift towards the city, i think the civic is where the heart resides...thanks once again for your comments, truly appreciate it.....
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Why pay D-segment price for a C-segment car?? Beats me.. My wife also wants us to buy a City CVT and boy dont I hate it?!!

It might be worth the wait for the new Baleno but I dont think anyone knows the launch date.. Cedia has so much more to offer! And you can never go wrong with the Corolla. The executive variant is under 10L onroad!
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Old 14th February 2007, 19:31   #35
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Yes, you should seriously consider - Mitsubishi Cedia!
i too agree. CEDIA may not score high on image, but u get an allrounder which is now sold at discounts. i am not sure about the resale value though.
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Old 15th February 2007, 22:11   #36
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ok, my vote is coming late, but might be helpful for others. Mitsubishi it is! long live the Cedia!
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