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Old 27th July 2006, 16:10   #16
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If the purchase would not be for the next couple of months, then hopefully the Endeavour CRDI should also be out. Going by the current pricing, it should be around 16-17 L, and it is coming with a facelift and a 2.5 CRDi engine. Should be a bomb!
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if suzuki vitara is available u can go for it, personally i like that car a lot but not sure if we still get this car in showrooms.
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Subaru errr... Chevy Forester was/is the best sub 20 L SUV in India if you are not worried about the looks or the resale value. It's off road capabilities dwarf every other SUV in India. Its definitely not the luxurious kinda SUV but if the driving pleasure is what you are after, it is the best. Not sure if GM is still selling it. A used one would be good if the owers are willing to part with it.
The CHEVY FORESTER RULES,
1 Terracan sofa on wheels, bad suspension but butch looks
2 CRv A girls CAR
3 Tuscon no ego value, HYUNDAI
4 Scorpio let us not even start
5 Pajero more money for out dated tech
6. Suzuki Vitara XL7 if you can find one
7. FORESTER the best drivers car, suspension set up , boxer engine, comfortable look for late 2005 model, has lot of potential and best AWD
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Subaru errr... Chevy Forester was/is the best sub 20 L SUV in India if you are not worried about the looks or the resale value. It's off road capabilities dwarf every other SUV in India. Its definitely not the luxurious kinda SUV but if the driving pleasure is what you are after, it is the best. Not sure if GM is still selling it. A used one would be good if the owers are willing to part with it.
Yup, but it is underpowered and chevy has stopped production and pulled it out of their website..

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/indian...ight=forrester (Court hauls up GM India - Orders refund of Chevy Forester)
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4 Scorpio let us not even start
go ahead...i'll end it for you lol !!
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I'm not really impressed with the ground clearance of the Terracan. Don't know how good it will be off road, as a result.

The rest of the car looks like a damn good package though.
The Terracan has a 215mm Ground Clearance compared to ~195mm of Safari/ Pajero 2.8 etc. The approach/ departure angles are also excellent. Forrester and CR-V, well, they are soft roaders good for occasional snow/ beach.

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