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Old 17th January 2010, 15:38   #811
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Wow thats looking mighty. This is one car that I love to the bits and is always in my wishlist. Great color and superb interiors. Nice ride Indra. Congratulations
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Old 17th January 2010, 17:15   #812
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Some more pictures of our BMW 320D.
Great snaps bro, She is a dream to drive ! If you opted the Saddle Brown interiors it would have been way more menacing.
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Old 17th January 2010, 18:57   #813
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Im sure the e280 will win hands down.

Why did you not consider the audi A4 3 ltr tdi. Test drove it .Was blown away by the speed. Its actually a huge jump up from even the e280 cdi. Its blistering fast . But again it works upto to 47 i guess in chennai.
the audi A63.0 tdi is available for 37 lacs. this was part of audis anniversary edition
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Thats hilarious! I mean common on you own a Cayenne and have a different spare rim. Thats just plane dumb.
That Cayenne's come from Hyderabad, indra_slk, should be from Banjara or Jubilee Hills, they probably have one more Cayenne from which they popped this spare
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the audi A63.0 tdi is available for 37 lacs. this was part of audis anniversary edition
Are you sure that its 3.0 tdi? I think its the 2.7 tdi which is now available as the anniversary edition at that price.
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the audi A63.0 tdi is available for 37 lacs. this was part of audis anniversary edition
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Are you sure that its 3.0 tdi? I think its the 2.7 tdi which is now available as the anniversary edition at that price.
THe A63.tdi for 37 ? I dont think so because the a43.0tdi retails for 37 ex showroom
. Its definitely the 3.0tdi and not the 2.7ltr.
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Some more pictures of our BMW 320D.
Nice pics there . The interior is also good . Thanks for sharing the pics .
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Tamming foreign cars in Goa exists from the Portuguese period onwards. One best thing in Goa you will observe is, Goans are with a BIG heart. If you ask them an address, most of them come with you and show the place.

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Tamming foreign cars in Goa exists from the Portuguese period onwards. One best thing in Goa you will observe is, Goans are with a BIG heart. If you ask them an address, most of them come with you and show the place.
OT: Fully and completely agree with you! That's very true! Goan folks have the warmest of hearts! And they're always in a holiday mood! I love their choice of cars too! Like how everyone in Delhi, Bangalore or Mumbai had an 800 in their garage once upon a time, most people in Goa had a Maruti Suzuki Gypsy at least once in their garage!
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THe A63.tdi for 37 ? I dont think so because the a43.0tdi retails for 37 ex showroom
. Its definitely the 3.0tdi and not the 2.7ltr.
the A6 2.7tdi is available for 37l ex showroom. if you ask me id take the A43.0 tdi over it any day.
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Old 18th January 2010, 21:59   #821
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OT: Fully and completely agree with you! That's very true! Goan folks have the warmest of hearts! And they're always in a holiday mood! I love their choice of cars too! Like how everyone in Delhi, Bangalore or Mumbai had an 800 in their garage once upon a time, most people in Goa had a Maruti Suzuki Gypsy at least once in their garage!
Yes very true. Gypsy's are quite popular as are Ford Fusion's specially in Panaji. Among the two wheels, the Kinetic Blade is a very popular choice. Seems that Goans have a special taste for automobiles that surely varies from other parts of the nation.
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the A6 2.7tdi is available for 37l ex showroom. if you ask me id take the A43.0 tdi over it any day.
Me too would definitely prefer the A4. Only thing i felt was the a4 was cramped at the back.And not very sure of the status symbol betweeen a A4 and an A6 !
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Me too would definitely prefer the A4. Only thing i felt was the a4 was cramped at the back.And not very sure of the status symbol betweeen a A4 and an A6 !
Driving pleasure of the A4 3.0tdi or status of A6 2.7 tdi? Which do you prefer? You cant have them both. I would prefer the former any day.
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Me too would definitely prefer the A4. Only thing i felt was the a4 was cramped at the back.And not very sure of the status symbol betweeen a A4 and an A6 !
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Driving pleasure of the A4 3.0tdi or status of A6 2.7 tdi? Which do you prefer? You cant have them both. I would prefer the former any day.
I'm sure there are many out there who cannot distinguish between an A4 and an A6 or an A6 and an A8! So there is no real issue when it comes to buying an Audi. I'd take the A4 3.0 TDi any day! I think it has 'status' coupled with supreme driving dynamics that translates into superior driving pleasure!

P.S. The new A4 has plenty of leg room at the back I'm told. Although I didn't check when I went for a drive in it. I was more interested in occupying the hot-seat!
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I'm sure there are many out there who cannot distinguish between an A4 and an A6 or an A6 and an A8! So there is no real issue when it comes to buying an Audi. I'd take the A4 3.0 TDi any day! I think it has 'status' coupled with supreme driving dynamics that translates into superior driving pleasure!

P.S. The new A4 has plenty of leg room at the back I'm told. Although I didn't check when I went for a drive in it. I was more interested in occupying the hot-seat!
Yes defintely but the rear seat space just isnt there. I felt my laura had much more rear seat space. I really felt quite claustrophobic.
And again there is some possibility of confusion between the a4 and the a6 .but again confusion with an A8 is impossible .the thing is huge .

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