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Old 24th September 2006, 08:36   #31
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My BIL is looking for a replacement for his esteem. Wants a car/SUV with a high seating position as he claims he gets blinded by headlights. Budget is 5-7 lakhs. Guys what are your experiences?
High - Seating pos , okay ....Good - Beams (powerful) ,okay .........New indigo makes a good option since all other cars have been recomended by some one or other .
as far as bliding by headlight thing --- I think he will have to buy a volvo and fix the seat atop of the cabin to avoid that.
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No car will make the blinding headlamps easier on your eye - I still get blinded by the Santros (whats with those guys - why do always travel with hi-beams on?), the Indicas and the Mahindra Jeeps (CJ series Jeeps) despite the high-perched Safari - these three vehicles have the worst (or best, depending on which side you are on) headlamps in the country.
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