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Old 10th December 2008, 20:20   #16
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congrats Bouncer - I am wondering whether you have started any separete thread where the XL is reviewed completely ? IF not could you start one ?

the XL seems to be a highly underrated variant in the Indigo stables.
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Old 10th December 2008, 20:45   #17
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I am wondering whether you have started any separete thread where the XL is reviewed completely ? IF not could you start one ?
Have you seen the thread for our first XL?
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/test-d...tml#post884595
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Old 11th December 2008, 14:18   #18
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Smile Car getting ready

The car is getting ready for the D day, which is mostly tomorrow if RTO work is done by that time. Sad part is I won't be here as tonight I am leaving for 1 week tour . My father will bring her home.


Just visited dealership. Filming (Huper Optik) is done. Paint protection is going on. ICE (JVC) will be done by evening. Here are the pics
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Old 20th December 2008, 22:52   #19
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Got this car delivered on 14th, but my father also left for tour in an hour of getting the car. So it was lying in parking till I came back on 18th. Still not driven. Will update soon.
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congrats bouncer. looks very neat, elegant and graceful in this colour.
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congrats is it normal TDI or DICOR ?
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congrats is it normal TDI or DICOR ?

Sorry to have missed this post and for late reply. Indigo XL does not have TDI option. It (diesel) comes only with DICOR engine.
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Old 7th August 2009, 21:09   #23
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Unhappy This car is no more with us

This was the car purchased by my father in his firm mainly to be used for his occupational traveling. From 21 Dec 2008 till end of July 09 it clocked 15,100 kms, averaging just over 2,000 kms per month, mainly driven by a chauffer. Since certain changes at my fathers working area, this car will be no more with us and will remain in the firm where he was associated till now.

All this while the car served us well. With no issues at all. Only once it needed to touch up the rear bumper corner. It was brushed in Mumbai while it was parked in tight spot.

There were some differences felt in this one and our earlier XL (7 months older than this but nearly identical odo). These are purely for one being self driven and another being chauffer driven. For instance the play in the gear shifter was much, FE was lesser by 1 or 2 kms than the self driven car, and driver door developed some rattling. Rest of the ownership feel was similar to our earlier one. [http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/test-d...ic-dicor.html]

Overall her stay with us was very comfortable, for her and for us…

P.S. : I am counting on a Safari or Innova to take it's place. Dad, are you reading this?

I request moderators to close this thread if deemed fit, as the car is no longer with us.

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