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Old 8th April 2008, 10:16   #46
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Default Cedia Sport LPG

I got a call from Geo motors Trivandrum Yesterday.Now cedia sport is avilable in LPG.
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Better news for guys in kerela.This option was available in other areas but this is news for us.Jerry did you get an initial impression.
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Originally Posted by jerish666 View Post
I got a call from Geo motors Trivandrum Yesterday.Now cedia sport is avilable in LPG.
This is my first post. After reading all the reviews of cedia here and having test driven it, I have decided to go for a Cedia (Aussie Yellow is what I am leaning towards as almost everyone else is going for the manchester red).

My drive will only average about 40-50 kms per day, so conventional wisdom says that I dont need the ALPG version, but considering it only costs 30K etc, would it be better to go with it, just incase petrol prices go significantly higher than LPG. This way I think I will have the option to use LPG if prices go down, and also it should help the resale value of the vehicle. Comments?
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Default Go for it

Hi Buckeye,

I will tend to go with your opinion. I bought it for the same reason.

30K for a 4th Gen BRC LPG kit is a good deal. Who knows about the future fuel prices? I still want to enjoy my car.

The cylinder can be removed very easily. Not a big job. So what's to lose?

Rest assured, there is no difference in power.

Go for it. We are saving the Earth.
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I read at many places on the net that LPG/CNG vehicles should be run on petrol for a couple of kilometers daily (and also have to be started on petrol always and then switched over to LPG/CNG) so as to maintain lubrication.

Does the Cedia ALPG manual say so?

Owners - please comment.
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Default How much is the boot compromise?

I am seriously thinking about Cedia Sports LPG as my first sedan; can anyone comment or have a pic of exactly how much of a compromise the lesser boot space is?

How are the maintenance costs of the Cedia?

Any dealer / service experiences in Mumbai?
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The boot space is almost halved because of the LPG. The running cost of Cedia is low. You can find some comparisons some of the threads in team bhp. The spares price, though reduced recently is comparable or slightly higher than honda city. IMO the spare cost will go down further as Cedia sales are rising slowly.
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