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Old 10th October 2007, 10:05   #16
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Guys bargained again no change in ROI its 11.4% (fixed) .
instead of that got free mudflaps , floormats & teflon coat called miracle polish something ...

I have to thank GTO for his valuable info posted regarding car loans i have rejected the ECS , going in traditional way of post dated cheques .
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Franking charges 520 (Whats this even the sales guys didnt know wat it was )
The sales guy from Advaith quoted Rs.300 as franking charges for my Accent CRDi in Jan2007 in addition to Rs.3500 for registration, number plate etc (they call it handling charges). So total cost was - ex showroom+Insurance+R tax+Handling charges. When asked what franking charges are, he said that it is some form of attesting on the address proof. I saved that amount because he was willing to take my DL which do not require franking!
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Guys bargained again no change in ROI its 11.4% (fixed) .instead of that got free mudflaps , floormats & teflon coat called miracle polish something ...
Mudflaps are factory fitted on VGT and SX VGT and are not freebie. Free bie floors mats from Advaith are of very bad quality (small and thin ones which keep slipping from the position), so check that before you take, negotiate for better ones if found of bad quality.
Teflon coating on your discretion. I am not a fan of teflon coating and prefer to wax the car every 2 months.
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Thanks for the info abhilashvk i will try to negotiate with him .
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3) The dealer said it comes with Bridgestone & MRF footwear which one should i choose (i prefer Bridgestone need BHPians opinion also) Bridgetsone

6) Guys will be upgrading the footwear also with alloys
Plzzzzzz i need a right combination of upsize all i need is comfort & high handling & less tyre noise. (budget 30K plzzz give me three choicess).
  • Stock Size - 175/70/14
  • upsize 1 - 185/65/14
  • Upsize 2 - 195/60/14
  • Tyres for comfort, handling & less tyre noise - Michelin Energy XM1, Yokohama C Drives
BUSA are you sure of the Tyres? For my Verna VGT SX with ABS(bought June end 2007) from Advaith and got MRF ZV2K Tyres. The tyre size was 185/65/14 and not 175/70/14 , which I had duly exchanged to 195/60/14 Michelin Energy XM1s.


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@dwind
lemme answer to your question .

busa is correct it comes with stock size 175/70/14 tyres ..
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I have bought a Hyundai verna with an interest rate of 10.4%(thanks to my friend).
Upgraded the tyres to yoko es100 195/60/R15 with lenso alloys .

Pics will be coming up shortly & thanks to all BHPians for there valuable suggestions.
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I think mods can close this thread & for pics i have posted it in tyres & alloy section plzzz take a look .
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