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Chevy Tavera 1 4.35%
Toyota Innova (New Qualis) 8 34.78%
Mahindra Bolero (CRDI) 3 13.04%
Tata Safari (CRDI) 10 43.48%
Tata 207 DI Crew Cab (CRDI) 0 0%
Tata Telcoline (CRDI) Hoping for this one to be out soon.. 1 4.35%
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Old 25th January 2005, 15:54   #16
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no i think in that price range the fortuner is about it
the innova is in the 8 - 11 lak range BTW
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The Fortuner comes in the 9-11 lakh bracket. But what a vehicle!!

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When is the Toyota launching Fortuner?? Is that Euro-III compliant?? Can somebody provide the Tech specifications??
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Heard that TATAs are launching the TELCOLINE pickups in India after successful launches in Australia, south-africa and the gulf countries.. Has anybody got more details about the same..
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Default New MUVs from TATA

My feeling is that Tata MUVs and SUVs are real value for money.

Tata is coming out with new versions of

1. Tata Sumo
2. Tata Safari

A friend of mine has seen the new sumo on road being tested. He said that the new sumo was escorted with safari in the front and at the back.

He said that there is atleast 35% change in the look of the vehicle from the existing victa.

They say that the cars will be available with two engine variants.

a. 2.2 litre dicor (common rail) engine (from Austrian colloboration)
b. refined 3 litre dicor engine imported from the current 407 SP.

I guess that the sumos should have the base price tag at 5.5 lakhs ex showroom and Safari 2.2 L dicor may have the base price at 7.8 lakhs ex showroom.

Safari TITC may be phased out soon. Dicor 3L may come to the price level of the current TITC.

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FIAT Adventure Sport
Bolero SLX
TATA D320 pickup
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Topic is over two years old, and irrelevant now.

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