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Old 16th January 2006, 11:38   #16
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great pics dippy. thanks a lot
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Old 16th January 2006, 12:08   #17
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Just noticed....the black one doesnt have tv screen in the rear...i figure that its optional..my point is is the entire console in the rear optional ??
On a passing note the upholstery colour of the black one makes me sick.
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Old 16th January 2006, 20:44   #18
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I dont blame you, you are not from Mumbai, so you wouldnt know ....
he he ... buddy i know very well that National Garage is/was a dealer for GM but my point is if they are planning to sell Maserati and Ferrari from this showroom, such a mistake is un-forgivable.

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just like the pessimist sees the hole in the doughnut.
well.... its just that such mistakes HAVE to be avoided at any costs by the so called 'Professional' people ( had a very bad experience with them and when i complained about it, this is what they had called themselves ) from national garage
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he he ... buddy i know very well that National Garage is/was a dealer for GM but my point is if they are planning to sell Maserati and Ferrari from this showroom, such a mistake is un-forgivable.
well.... its just that such mistakes HAVE to be avoided at any costs by the so called 'Professional' people ( had a very bad experience with them and when i complained about it, this is what they had called themselves ) from national garage
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I agree with you completely and for that matter such blunders at launch party should be avoided atleast.
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Old 17th January 2006, 00:19   #20
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speechless as i am right nw with that stunnin maserati pics..bt wats that baby doin in Chevrolet dealership?
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Good to know ferrari here, so for a change we will get to see more ferraris then Mercs and Porches.

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This is awesome news for people dreaming to own a prancing horse!
Buddy those who dream of a prancing horse will surely get it whether Ferrari enters into India, and those who dreaming to own will continue to do so, as the prices will still be in huge amounts for us young dreamers
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Old 17th January 2006, 14:01   #22
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Thumbs up Any news on the price?

Hey Dippy! Cool Pics man, i was actually wondering what happened at the national garage showroom cause i saw the ferrari sign up on the window when i passed it the same night. Any news on the on-road pricing of the Quattroporte? i really liked the grey one, the white was way toooooooo tacky!
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Hey Dippy! Cool Pics man, i was actually wondering what happened at the national garage showroom cause i saw the ferrari sign up on the window when i passed it the same night. Any news on the on-road pricing of the Quattroporte? i really liked the grey one, the white was way toooooooo tacky!
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i was told it starts at 96lakhs and goes upto 1.4crores. The white one was fully loaded.

lets not talk too much about the GM logo. I think these guys have done a great job getting these Italian beauties to India.

I have put more pics on the other Maserati thread. sorry about that.

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Old 18th January 2006, 00:28   #24
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I am not sure about the prices but they vary according to the levels of customization. Prices quoted by anant maybe approx correct.

I second anant. The launch was very well organised in a professional way good work by NG there. The fully draped Ferrari and Maserati curtains looked awesome and added to the spice of the occasion.
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National Garage is located in Peddar Road, Haji Ali area. 2 Mins from Heera Panna.
Dippy, you took some awesome pics. It will be nice to see Ferraris and Maseratis sold and serviced along side the Opel Corsa and Ambassador.
I however doubt ational Garage's capabilities for handling such exotics.
If what my driver tells me is true and judging by what 'awesome' (sarcasm - we need a sarcasm smiley) reception i got when i went to see the Optra and the even better service (sarcasm again) my relatives recieve when they send their cars to get serviced (which always looks more like it's gone for a car wash rather then a service. Shaman services the Palio better) there, i won't be surprised to see these beauties chained to the back of a tow truck on their way to a reputed private garage for some bloody expensive repairs.
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Lambo

All said and done NG is now really geared up to handle the Prancing Horses and the Maseratis. There will be a professional team to service and work on these cars. They will be limited to working on the Italian cars only and not the others sold under NG.

This is just the beginning and there will lots more in the coming future
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Aaahh...
@dippy - you lucky doug .....

man - awesome pics of some really hot cars !! loved that grey one..

PS: what is that thing in the yellow circle doing in there ????
Slightly But heres a screenshot I took about a year ago.
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atleast now we can see some ausum cars in the showrooms
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atlast its a dream come true
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FINALLY......some good italian exotics on indian roads!!!!!!
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saw the grey masserati today at (dont know the places name.near the mercedes Benz showroom near pedder road.)was riding so no pics.looked great.a real looker !! and really stands out from the rest


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