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Old 25th December 2007, 13:39   #1
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Post FS: 2005 Chevrolet Optra 1.8LT

Make and Model of Car/bike/scooter: Chevrolet Optra 1.8LT

Type of Engine: 1.8L DOHC

Colour: Intense Black

Year of Make: May2005

Year of Purchase: June2005

Kilometres logged till date: 39800

Type of owner: (Individual/Company) Individual

Owner status: (First/Second..) First

Type of registration: (Individual/Company) Individual

State of Registration: MH 43 Vashi

Standard Features:

Sun Roof
Climate Control
Audio Controls on Steering Wheel
Electrical Retracting Mirrors
Lumbar Support (Driver & Passenger)
Full Leather Seats
ABS(Option Pack)
Dual Airbags
All Wheel Independant Suspension
All Wheel Disc Brakes
15" Alloys(Option Pack)
Total Noise Reduction System (TNRS)

Accessories/Aftermarket Performance enhancements:

Vkool Sunfilm
KnN Conical Airfilter
15k kms done Dunlops SP9000 (60% life left)
New Battery - Amaron with warranty
Car has 1.5 years warranty left on it.
Original GMDAT Horn(Changed since stock horn was not the windtone)

I have recently got the 5th servicing of the car done. The car is running on Mobil1 Synthetic Oil and i have got all the necessary stuff done at service like new brake pads, decarbonisation, etc. Tires have been rotated and aligned.

Car Conition - Very Very Good, See to believe.

Contact details: PM ME

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Insurance (Comprehensive/3rd party) Comprehensive, Valied till June 2008(No Claims made so NCB Valid)

You can check my gallery for more pics & details and features of the car.

Reason for selling - Family expanding so need a 6 seater, buying a Innova.
More details (http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/what-c...tml#post650604)



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Old 25th December 2007, 17:21   #2
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A few more pics.



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Old 25th December 2007, 19:22   #3
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Your 30 months old car looks very new, tempting, and well maintained.
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Old 25th December 2007, 19:28   #4
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Your 30 months old car looks very new, tempting, and well maintained.
Thank you. I dont want to part with it, car is fantastic, but need a 6 seater
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Interior Pic

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Old 25th December 2007, 20:59   #6
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How much are u expecting for it...
also by when do u wanna do the sale...?
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damn i i see this car and i want one. love the sunroof love the interior damn for a 30 month old it rocks. i just could not afford the fuel to this beast. had it for a month. baby rules for me......
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Thanks alot Jesal, FE is not at all bad for a car of this size, i get aroun 8.5-9.0 in stop go traffic, which goes to around 14.5 on highways.
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O/T : seems like your running jet black tints. Special permission ?
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Old 26th December 2007, 14:33   #10
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i guess more kms more mileage the car i had my friend gave me a brand new optra to use with 500 kms on it. i had it for a month which i clocked around 1000 kms and fuel costs were high then man. i had fun though new car and not mine still there with me
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No souljah, those are approved by RTO, very much in limit.

Well, my car runs on synthetic + KnN so maybe the better mileage.
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No souljah, those are approved by RTO, very much in limit.

Well, my car runs on synthetic + KnN so maybe the better mileage.
Okie dokie. Good luck with the sale. Seems like its a mint car
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Nicely maintained car. I presume its because its owned by an Army officer? See a logo on the front windshield! but, 40K in 2.5 years is a bit more in mileage if its owned by a defense personnel.
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Thanks mobike & souljah, yes the car is in mint condition, has been maintained by me. Dad was in the Army before so the army symbol, otherwise its used as a normal day to day car. It used to do all the running till i got the Swift.

40k Mileage in 2.5 years is not much, considering people do alot more. My Swift has done 15k kms in half a year. So thats almost 30k kms a year. 75k kms in 2.5 years lol.
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i can vouch for it
very well maintained.
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