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Old 20th October 2007, 09:02   #166
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Congrats VMG

Enjoy your car. You are right about the features, the are documented in owners manual. I also like dimming of the cabin light once you unlock.
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Hi I have joined the group very recently I want to know about the Cedia can I go for it I have gone through the reviews and comments I want to know what is the feedback driving Cedia, how it is and how is the Service in Delhi.
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Mitsu after sales is ok ok. not good not bad. You need to spoon feed them to get what you want.

Cedia is your best bet. an excellent car. I have driven it recently and found it to be good.

Currently spares are high but mitsu spares drop real quick.

Beware that the car does not have good resale value but in your case it's fine.

FE i am told it gives 10kmpl easily. its heavily detuned for mileage so shouldnt be a problem.
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Old 21st October 2007, 01:01   #168
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I have noticed that the central locking switch in the Cedia has to be manually activated to lock all doors when you are inside the car. I was under the impression that central locking automatically locks all the doors once the car starts moving. I was told by the dealership that this is normal.

Have other Cedia owners noticed this? Do you have to manually set the central locking switch to lock all doors?
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The Nippon System has a host of user programmable features. It's probably the same with other systems too.
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Is the regular petrol is OK for Cedia sports OR Do I have to go for Speed?
Pl. advise. I need to fill (first time)the tank today.
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Is the regular petrol is OK for Cedia sports OR Do I have to go for Speed?
Pl. advise. I need to fill (first time)the tank today.
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Go for regular petrol.

Try to fill from a Shell outlet if its nearby. Here you don't have to worry about adulteration or the gas station staff trying to cheat you.
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Is the regular petrol is OK for Cedia sports OR Do I have to go for Speed?
Pl. advise. I need to fill (first time)the tank today.
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My advice is that you take a couple of tank fulls on both the types of petrols and then decide for yourself if you found any appreciable difference in the performance when using the higher octane fuels (and fuel efficiency too).

PS:- I did not notice anything substantial but to each his own!
PS2: Congrats!
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Dealers advice to stick to normal unleaded fuel. If you have shell station conviniently located, nothing like it. Car runs much smoother on shell.
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@ Danny

Service is in Delhi is very good at least for my lancer- We go to Excel Motors in Mohan Co-Op.
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The Cedia comes with the Blaupunkt Bahamas MP46 HU with a rear AUX input. Does anybody know if this can be used to connect to other MP3 players? Has anyone upgraded the HU on the Cedia - say to something that has a USB port, etc.?

OT - I like the concept of a USB port, but are these HUs worth the extra money?
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Yesterday I was browsing through accessories on blaupunkt - Check out
Blaupunkt - Accessories - Interfaces

Will help you with both bluetooth as well as provide you USB interface to plug in other media.

Let me know if you figure out the price in India. $150 in US
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You are correct Maibaa. Central locking has to be done manully. Checked and verified with the dealer also.
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The Cedia comes with the Blaupunkt Bahamas MP46 HU with a rear AUX input. Does anybody know if this can be used to connect to other MP3 players? Has anyone upgraded the HU on the Cedia - say to something that has a USB port, etc.?

OT - I like the concept of a USB port, but are these HUs worth the extra money?
Upgraded the MP46 in my brother's Getz to add Aux cable.

You get an AUX cable as standard Blaupunkt accessory for around Rs 500 from any Blau authorized dealer.

You can connect this to any mp3 player that has the standard audio out headphone jack.
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You are correct Maibaa. Central locking has to be done manully. Checked and verified with the dealer also.
That's sad. Automatic locking of all doors would have been nice. We get that as a standard feature in most after market security systems.
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i got a new HU over the weekend (blaupunkt-kingston). the odd thing is that they dont have a model that has integrated bluetooth, sd card and usb.
At least one of the three features will be missing in all models. they will call it "xyz ready" which means that there is an adapter and more cabling required to get that feature actually useable.
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