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Old 9th October 2007, 14:46   #1
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Hi all i am actually looking for a diesel sedan 8to10Lacs i can wait few month but i am planning to buy in diwali period.So just i heard a news on this forum that hyundai is phasing out elantra.So i want to ask what hyundai or dealers can offer on elantra i think there should be great discounts do any comments about pricing of Elantra Crdi.Comments plese.
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Vasu,elantra has been discontinued but you might get good discount at the remaining stock at some dealers.

BTW why dont you consider optra magnum diesel and verna sx?

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If u manage to strike a deal of 9 lacs for an Elantra CRDi with all the goodies then it would be worth it else test drive the Magnum or Verna SX
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You're still paying 9L for a car that will Hyundai will stop selling in a few months. Optra is a better bet I thought.
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Vasu, Buy only if you plan to keep the car for long and not worried about resale value.

As mentioned in this thread, it has been phased out.
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/indian...hased-out.html
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The Elantra has been phased out already and AFAIK, the diesel Elantra was discontinued long before and they were only selling the petrol variant.
You can look at the Optra Magnum as an option or the Fiesta Diesel depending on what fits your budget and what you require from the car.
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get the optra magnum, its a great car. dont buy an elantra, no use theyll be launching a new model in 2008.
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I think go for optra magnum diesel the amount which you will save in Elantra now would seem tiny if you compare it to what you loose selling the Super duper Flop Hyundai as and when you do it
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Donno whether Elantra is still available. One of my colleague purchase one last month for 8.3 L on road
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Thank you all for your replies and almost all or you consulting me optra magnum or verna crdi but one question i have that is as "WhiteKnight" sir says that elantra is costing around 8 to 8.3 lacs so elantra has all the safety features like abs,airbags etc.So buying a LT variant magnum with all the features will cost around 11 lacs{OTR}.So buying base variant of magnum cost around 9.2+ lacs{OTR} and fully loaded elantra crdi will cost 8 to 8.3 lacs around.So by saving around 1 lacs + all the features i get attracted towards Elantra.What you all say about that.Thanks.
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Donno whether Elantra is still available. One of my colleague purchase one last month for 8.3 L on road
WhiteKnight sir what about the model is it crdi or?
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WhiteKnight sir what about the model is it crdi or?
vasu the last time i contacted the hyundai dealer about the crdi (fully loaded version) i got a quote somewhere around 9.5L and please do make sure about the after sales service because elantra is going to be phased out soon (heard that hyundai sold only 3 elantra's last month.. do take care)

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Hi, I had gone a month and half back to the Hyundai dealership. He told me that the diesel model had been discontinued. Only one model, a petrol, is being sold right now which is 7.7 to 8(if i remember right) on road chennai. And as far as I remember it was not a fully-loaded model. My opinion, I don't think it's worth going for one. What is your intended type of usage? Because even if you did get a left over diesel Elantra, you would eventually loose more money when you sell that car than the amount you would save using a cheaper fueled, i.e. diesel car.
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The Elantra has been phased out already and AFAIK, the diesel Elantra was discontinued long before and they were only selling the petrol variant.

Nope, the last time i contacted the dealer ( which was 2 weeks ago ) the Elantra crdi was available. It costs 9.5 L on-road here in Trivandrum. But te dealer promised me lots of discounts on that.
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Nope, the last time i contacted the dealer ( which was 2 weeks ago ) the Elantra crdi was available. It costs 9.5 L on-road here in Trivandrum. But te dealer promised me lots of discounts on that.
Ok fine.But i am asking what discounts i can get.Any suggestions.
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