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Old 24th February 2015, 09:28   #136
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Default Re: Which used automatic diesel SUV under 10 L- Scorpio or Captiva?

A used auto Scorpio under 10L will definitely be pre-2012. Please check this thread before you take a decision:

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/indian...n-stopped.html (Mahindra Scorpio Automatic - Production stopped)

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Old 24th February 2015, 12:57   #137
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Thanks Ishaan. You are right about Captiva, Spare prices will be on higher side. Scorpio will be very light on wallet. Endy is good but like I said, already looong vehicle with 1 foot spare-wheel protrusion makes it nightmarish to park in inercity confines.

Vikram, around 10L one can even find 2013 models but only problem is they are fewer and farther in between. Owing to poor relsale value of Chevy, Captivas too can be had, of circa 2011-12, if one looks hard.
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Please check X Trail as well. You may get 2011 model around 10 L. Excellent engine-gearbox combo with good ride and handling.
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Old 28th February 2015, 17:52   #139
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Automatic Scorpio is a gamble. Some have had no problems, while others have had constant pain. If you must have automatic, desist from getting Scorpio, and if you must have Scorpio, get a new one.
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Thanks Ishaan. You are right about Captiva, Spare prices will be on higher side. Scorpio will be very light on wallet. Endy is good but like I said, already looong vehicle with 1 foot spare-wheel protrusion makes it nightmarish to park in inercity confines.

Vikram, around 10L one can even find 2013 models but only problem is they are fewer and farther in between. Owing to poor relsale value of Chevy, Captivas too can be had, of circa 2011-12, if one looks hard.
I have had the Captiva LTZ for 4 years now. Except for once, I have had no problems with the car , apart from the normal servicing. , which costs about 7000 to 14000, depending on whether an oil change is required etc. The 60,000 km service was expensive as the manual requires the timing belt and a few othercomponents to be changed . Best part is the build quality is good as it is a CBU unit from Korea .In fact my OE tyres still have another 10,000 km left after completing 72000 kms !. Spare parts costs are comparable to any other car in its segment. But the central console is not really as classy as the new cars and what the this car deserves .
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Hello
Getting this thread alive again!
We recently sold our Scorpio that served us well and now looking for a SUV with the following requirements and budget:
Budget - Max 28 Lakhs
Requirements -
* Automatic
* SUV
* Technology overload
* Good looks and aesthetics
* Refined
* Petrol/Diesel
* No Fortuner - Unrefined and innovaish cabin
* No Scorpio - Unreliable Auto box
* No Creta - something is wrong with it lol
* No Captiva - owned one already
We wont extend our budget for the German SUVs as we recently bought a GLA 200

oh and another thing we cannot wait for new launches as we need to buy a vehicle ASAP.

Looking at the CRV and loving it till now, we have not seen or driven the vehicle yet; none of dealers have one on display or for test drives. I would thank any of the latest gen CRV owners to give their input as well.
Thanks a lot.
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Hello
Getting this thread alive again!
We recently sold our Scorpio that served us well and now looking for a SUV with the following requirements and budget:
Budget - Max 28 Lakhs
Requirements -
* Automatic
* SUV
* Technology overload
* Good looks and aesthetics
* Refined
* Petrol/Diesel
* No Fortuner - Unrefined and innovaish cabin
* No Scorpio - Unreliable Auto box
* No Creta - something is wrong with it lol
* No Captiva - owned one already
We wont extend our budget for the German SUVs as we recently bought a GLA 200

oh and another thing we cannot wait for new launches as we need to buy a vehicle ASAP.

Looking at the CRV and loving it till now, we have not seen or driven the vehicle yet; none of dealers have one on display or for test drives. I would thank any of the latest gen CRV owners to give their input as well.
Thanks a lot.
Go for the Santa Fe. Though if you don't mind the petrol in the CRV, you can save a few bucks. But Santa Fe would still be my pick.
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Go for the Santa Fe. Though if you don't mind the petrol in the CRV, you can save a few bucks. But Santa Fe would still be my pick.
Hi kartavya
Well we did enquire about the santa-fe and only the top end variant spoke to us lol.
but thats priced at 36Lakhs!!! and I wont pay that much for a Hyundai, Not just Hyundai but the car as a whole is not worth a whooping 36 lakhs.
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Hi kartavya
Well we did enquire about the santa-fe and only the top end variant spoke to us lol.
but thats priced at 36Lakhs!!! and I wont pay that much for a Hyundai, Not just Hyundai but the car as a whole is not worth a whooping 36 lakhs.
Then you should find out the exact date for the new Endeavour or just go for the CRV. If you don't mind the petrol go for the CRV
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A few of my acquaintances are going in for the CRV. Their rationale is that when you factor in the total cost of operation, CRV is at par with the diesel models, especially if you move around mostly in the city.
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A few of my acquaintances are going in for the CRV. Their rationale is that when you factor in the total cost of operation, CRV is at par with the diesel models, especially if you move around mostly in the city.
Aroy, yes the CRV seems to be a pretty good package for in city commute. I guess we are going to go ahead with the car, just waiting for a test drive.... Have any of those acquaintances gone ahead with the car? How is it doing for them? any reviews would be appreciated. Cheers

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Then you should find out the exact date for the new Endeavour or just go for the CRV. If you don't mind the petrol go for the CRV
Kartavya we used to own the very first generation of the endeavour, and after the captiva i don't think we would buy an american car in India. The sole reason being the rattles and squeaks only after 20k kms. I guess the fit and finish looks good but it isn't.
Our commute is only gonna be around 30 kms or so everyday and thats why I don't mind the petrol engine and the difference between the prices of petrol and diesel is shrinking day by day.
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Aroy, yes the CRV seems to be a pretty good package for in city commute. I guess we are going to go ahead with the car, just waiting for a test drive.... Have any of those acquaintances gone ahead with the car? How is it doing for them? any reviews would be appreciated. Cheers

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A doctor friend bought one a few months back, and he is extremely happy.
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The new upcoming 2016 Honda CR-V is most probably getting a diesel option too. An automatic diesel option will be really nice.The prices are not out yet. But Honda diesel engines (for City, Amaze etc.) are giving a very good FE.
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