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Old 2nd July 2007, 18:26   #1
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Question Indigo - Dicor - XL.

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Can anybody post some reviews of the Indigo-Dicor-XL (Grand/Classic) OR advice me on what thread/post I can find the reviews.
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Old 2nd July 2007, 18:57   #2
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Dude... try the "Search" option.. am sure you'd find lots..
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ITS way tooooo big lol... But if you are spending this much money why go for INDIGO until and unless you love the feeeeeel of a big executive car.
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i would say only buy this car if you are going to be driven and cann't afford anything roomer
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Thanks guys,

I have trid the search option, but.....

Anyways, I have a budget of 6L~7L (on road) and presently in look out for a sedan in Diesel version....I have test driven Logan & Indigo both.....but the performance sucks.....I found Indigo better than Logan.....Hence I had raised the thread.....

btw, any suggestions for good FE & performance car (sedan) within my budget.....No hatcbacks and no petrol versions please.....
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A lot of comments you hear about the regular Indigo DICOR will also apply for the XL. The ride quality I am sure is a lot better because of the wheelbase and the handling will not be as sharp. Otherwise, there's nothing against it.
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I have a question which I have been pondering over for some time. Will the Indigo-XL/Ordinary get the upcoming 2.2 TDCI engine ??

Secondly about the Indigo XL, I feel it is the best car in the business if you just want to sit in the rear seat and relax while the driver takes the trouble of navigating this vehicle through our chaotic situations.

Just sit back and stretch your legs, enjoy the largest legroom in its class or any class and chill with a tall/chilled glass of juice and dream.
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and cann't afford anything roomer
And how many other cars are 'roomier' ?
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Here is the review:
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/new-in...xl-driven.html
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And how many other cars are 'roomier' ?


for sheer space and features, nothing comes close.

However, quality is not too good either. But, to me, seemed a nice choice for the chauffeur driven.
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For somebody doing a 2 hour commute daily in the back seat, this is the best car south of 10 lakhs. You have to sit in one for some time and only then you realize what does all this space mean.
For somebody who drives himself/herself, please run away and get a regular indigo DICOR instead of the XL
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