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Old 9th January 2012, 17:07   #136
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Default Re: DiCOR - What went wrong?

Originally Posted by greenhorn View Post
bump, I thought dicor had died a quite death with tata looking to bosch for its new common rail diesels, but apparently as per the auto expo, its still very much alive, and back in a hybrid avatar. Now I wouldnt give much weight to any credibility to any tata concept ( name ONE concept that tata has even remotely implemented), but I'm still surprised that they managed an attempt to flog the dead horse one more time
Has'nt the issues with DICOR solved in their latest iterations CR4? Is it that confidence of Tata with which all new Indicas/Indigo sold in all BS4 cities are DICORs aka CR4 (with 25kmpl, 23kmpl). Clever rebadging to get over the stigma with DICOR?

Is there a BS4 version of TDIs at all now? At least in Chennai, TDIs are sold but with registrations done in suburbs.
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