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Old 10th May 2007, 08:13   #1
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Default Nhc Vtec Issue. And what car next?

Hi Friends,

I am using NHC VTEC good car good performance but found following issues in car.

1)Alloy wheel getting scratch in trunk.Regarding this i had spoken to service engineer at prime honda he said this is happaning with every one.Honda has designed this for non alloy wheel and they have not made any provision for it.
2)outersheet and bumber is very thin.
3)Ratling sound in cabin on bad roads.

as on today i had experience of driving following cars for more than one year.


I am planning to buy one more car but could not able select in between these two
1) skoda laura
2) honda civic

i have gone throu the thread here it seems that skoda what ever you save you spend in service and maintenance and rear seat comfort.

Please advice me.

and also i should go for AT or MT.

Thanks in advance

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welcome to team bhp! IMO you have posted in a wrong section. have a great time here. i am sure someone will answer to your questions. how about a small introduction about yourself.

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