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Old 6th June 2008, 23:34   #61
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Try & get the Bridgestone tyres Varun.
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Old 7th June 2008, 08:57   #62
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Try & get the Bridgestone tyres Varun.
Spoke to dealer. He says Verna has Bridgestone tires only. If any dealer is giving MRF, Apollo or JK then they are changing these. Hyundai only does Bridgestone on all their cars as a rule.
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I need to pay 10k to the dealer today as prices are going up by 4% from 1st June so have to finalise today.
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Price hike has not happened right now but seems possible after 8th June ( By 20k or so )
Just confirming , the dealer agreed to a fixed price on payment of deposit, did they commit the same on paper?

In all my interactions, dealer has always told that price prevailing on the final invoicing/delivery date shall be final.
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@ Liberal - Yes, Once you pay a token / booking amount - then they stop the vehicle for you. In case of a price Increase dealer cannot back up on his commitment. I have done that earlier.

There are always cases when a dealer backs out. Happens with popular vehicles where he will have someone else also interested in that vehicle and does not mind the price increase. This way dealer will cheat you out. It happens with Maruti a lot here ( Swift Diesel )
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yes even i got Bridgestone tyres with verna, well its raining like mad was planing to fix the switch problem today lets see..
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Varun Bhai. Aapki gaadi aate hi aap toh Eid Ka Chaand ho gaye! No reports. No pics! Get the ball roling once again my friend!
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Car bought !! Sorry for being late but just got back. Here is the first impression and a few photos -

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/test-d...tml#post861879
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