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Old 23rd April 2005, 22:13   #61
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What do you expect when ICEMaN has a hand on this baleno. wheels, music system same as ICE'S
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Congrats on your new ride. Looks sweet.
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Congrats. Last pic looks very good...plz put some dark tints
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hey samurai a small advice there is no fuel warning light on the baleno!!!!!
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hey samurai a small advice there is no fuel warning light on the baleno!!!!!
Holy cow! Really? That's really cheap of Maruti, their flag ship sedan doesn't have fuel warning light. I was actually planning to call Maruti service and complain about the malfunction...
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haha...well saved you the embarassment!!!
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Actaully most cars don't have a warning light. They usually have a red area before the tank goes empty, it's adviced to fill atleast 10ltrs everytime the fuel needel enters the red area.

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Actaully most cars don't have a warning light. They usually have a red area before the tank goes empty, it's adviced to fill atleast 10ltrs everytime the fuel needel enters the red area.

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Since Santro has it, I assumed it was as common as having side mirrors.
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its only the santro auto that has it.the other variants do not have it.

pls write abt the ride ,the handling ,FE .....after changing the tires
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its only the santro auto that has it.the other variants do not have it.

pls write abt the ride ,the handling ,FE .....after changing the tires
got it wrong mate. i have santro XE and it does have it for sure. my freaking qualis does not have even after giving 2 times more than the santro.
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Congrats on your new ride, enjoy your ownership experience. Those alloys look ver good!!
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Hey Samurai,
The car looks too good in black,but the wheels looks a little small.But apart from that its got a pretty decent feel.And i absolutely love that paint.Always loved black.
Anyways,congrats on your new ride.Enjoy flying.

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Samurai, congratulations, the car looks good (although not a fan of the Baleno looks) the black colour + alloys make any car stand out...
As for lack of fuel warning light, I wonder why...for a 6lakh car.
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congrats on your new car..baleno in black definitely looks great.. give a mild tint for the glasses.
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Samurai your car looks really nice but my advice is to put a Rear Spoiler it will really look good specially the lancer one which ice has on his car..

As far as the fuel warning goes its a shame that a car which was launched at a price of 8 lacs(th Lxi is similar to this minus Deck and height adjustable seats) doesnot have that feature
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