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Old 10th January 2007, 17:08   #16
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Go for the Dicor.

I have a TCIC Victa. While I am not disappointed, I would have loved a few additional horses. If you are going for the Safari, Dicor is the way to go.

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OT- BTW Steer, I want to write (and maybe I will!) to Tata Motors to nominate you for an award or something- your review of the Dicor has converted a whole bunch of BHPians, yours truly included.
Please do, and since you are a lawyer perhaps you could armtwist them to give me the new 2.2 engine for free.
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Old 10th January 2007, 17:23   #18
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Isnt it better to defer the purchase decisions till the budget?( unless it is an emergency )

there is a talk of Excise duty cuts across the board for all cars AND new models with new engines are also on anvil.

my 2 cents.
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IMO - w12 - any such cuts in excise will more than be off-set by any increase in insurance costs.

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Condor,

I was under the impression new insurance rates have already kicked in from 1st january.. but I may be wrong..

was Hoping a lower invoice price after excise cuts will lead to lower insurance premiums as well ...

But you have a point..
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