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|31st July 2008, 17:10||#16|
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Has it been confirmed that Tata will launch the V3 with Mjd from day one.
Well if they do then they do have a winner at hand.
This Multijet engine is making the whole BHp fraternity go crazy.
|31st July 2008, 17:56||#17|
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|31st July 2008, 17:58||#18|
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As for build of Fiat, my suggestion was "If you are worried about FIAT resale/spare availability etc., etc.," rather than implying that the new indica will be a better car. Until that is launched there is no way of telling how good/bad that is!
|31st July 2008, 18:33||#19|
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FIAT's spares availability is good for fast moving parts. For the slow moving parts, it *may* be a pain. For instance, I am looking for a rear seat belt kit for my Palio, and I have been waiting for 2 months!
Good thing is, provided you do not abuse your car, the Palio does not seem to need many spares. At least that is my experience.
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