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Old 1st September 2009, 10:58   #16
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Here is the most sensible thing to do around 20L as GTO said above -

Fortuner - Diesel, SUV, 4WD, Comfy, Roomy and a Toyota - so moving from the Corrolla makes sense.

VW Jetta Diesel - A sedan but nevertheless a real looker and great interiors. Good FE as well. Will be around 15 Lacs OTR ( after discounts ) so you save a few lacs.
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Old 1st September 2009, 11:25   #17
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I drive a Linea MJD so dont want to get the same car.
Originally Posted by mobike008 View Post
+1 to that. Also, why dont you add Linea to the equation? It does look and feel premium to a large extent ( cheaper than a Civic too)
The main reason for disqualifying the 6L cars were cheap feel of exterior n interiors.
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I don't understand this - you have barely gone into the reasons of disqualification of the 6L budget cars.

You will get guys here giving their opinions rather than contextual advice. (1/2/3 are met by most cars except Skoda failing on 3)

As it stands now, its going to be all over the park!

I loved the DSG Jetta and it seems to be on the good side of dad as well. Will see till the Cruze is launched.
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My choices would be.

#1 VW Jetta TDI
#2 Chevy Cruze (coming next month apparently).

We were very keen on the fortuner to be launched but after seeing the interiors in person the 22L price is not justified. just wish an a/t version was on the offering.

Jetta again is going to be a strong choice. Any ideas on the discounts available? DSG Comfortline
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If your brother has the budget for an Accord, then he most certainly can buy the Fortuner too. Running of 120 kms a day = diesel. Thus, in order of priority:

1. Fortuner
2. Jetta
3. Sonata CRDi

Could you elaborate on the discounts? is it the comfortline with discounts?
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VW Jetta Diesel - A sedan but nevertheless a real looker and great interiors. Good FE as well. Will be around 15 Lacs OTR ( after discounts ) so you save a few lacs.
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Old 2nd September 2009, 14:13   #18
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1) fortuner - unavailable right now I guess
2) Captiva
3) Superb Petrol 1.8 TSI
4) Accord 2.4
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