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Old 2nd March 2009, 15:46   #31
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I was just going to post my suggestion (Get the ANHC!) and read your post. Congratulations, great choice. I'm willing to bet you won't sell her after 3 years. 7th year setting in on the Vtec and I can't even think of parting with her.
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Update folks: I have closed on the ANHC S M/T. Will book it this week. I loved the Polished Metal & black Perl. Will have to choose a color from this.

Thanks all for the help & suggestions.
Do keep us updated if there are any discounts being offered? Need to book an A/T version this month too.
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Update folks: I have closed on the ANHC S M/T. Will book it this week. I loved the Polished Metal & black Perl. Will have to choose a color from this.

Thanks all for the help & suggestions.
the PMM looks elegant on the new city.
I am sure you will enjoy the car .
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I'm willing to bet you won't sell her after 3 years.
Even i don't expect to. I been keeping my Palio since 2002 Aug, and i am very happy with this car. Still running very nicely. But there's a possibility that i might shift my base, so high resale was key for me.

All going well, i will replace the Palio with a Jazz A/T in 3 years.

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Do keep us updated if there are any discounts being offered? Need to book an A/T version this month too.
Standard corporate discounts of 15K. Nothing further. "Honda don't give discounts like other companies sirrrrr...."

folks with ANHC's in Bangalore - any comparisons between Dakshin & Magnum?

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folks with ANHC's in Bangalore - any comparisons between Dakshin & Magnum?
I am very happy with Magnum so far. I knew people there since my Fusion days (they used to be Ford) and that must have helped. I am not sure about the quality of service yet. But again they very good when they were handling Ford. I felt there is a personal touch to their approach compared to Dakshin (I am going by my experience 4 years back when I had NHC)

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Correct choice. 12k a year doesnt demands a diesel. ANHC is the correct choice in this regard and will be troublefree as well like most honda cars.
Congrats
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Finally brilliant decision . I was worth the wait
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Finally brilliant decision . I was worth the wait
Man, you have become one with the Honda City.
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Oh those faulty key strokes, please read 'I' as 'It'.
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I am very happy with Magnum so far.
I am going Magnum. Whitefield one is closer to me but tbhp reviews makes me stay away form there. Thanks Guna.

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ANHC is the correct choice in this regard and will be troublefree as well like most honda cars.
Congrats
thanks Harry. I sure hope so.
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Man, you have become one with the Honda City.
Sri - we all know that already - don't we?

Diabloo - thanks. I hope as a user, i am as passionate about City as you are. Well, maybe a little less.
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Good Luck with your decision skywalker, all the best with your new ride.

Another question for the boys on this thread, almost the same parameters as skywalker, but running of about 18-20K a year, would you guys suggest the Verna CDRI or definitely direct towards the Verna CRDI?

Resale after 4 years and 80K on the odo I'm guessing should not be horrid either (?)

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Way to go.. You wont regret this decision. All the best on the new car and be happy that you made the right choice. Honda rulz!
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Go for the Black. It'll go well with your red lightsaber and will be a fitting machine for your adventures with the dark side

'gratz on the choice. Piccharz or I'll dispatch some Linea-Jedis to hunt you down.
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Go for the Black. It'll go well with your red lightsaber and will be a fitting machine for your adventures with the dark side
i see that you have looked into my soul

I am going for a polished metal though - now 15 days of wait.
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A sensible choice. Dark colors will give you heartburn with even the slightest of scratches. I got a recent scratch on my door that stands out like a sore thumb and can only be fixed by a 2500/- door repaint.
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