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Old 13th January 2009, 12:58   #16
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congrats jaspreet in the end you will always be more happier of your decision. Verna apart from being more powerful then vdi also holds up well(read rattles). Just add fancy alloys and tyres and your ride will look bling...verna definately looks best in white!
and then after covering 10K just add petes and green cotton filter and you'll then fly low
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Old 13th January 2009, 15:47   #17
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Thank you sir , a 110 bhp verna vs 200 bhp vrs .......
150BHP.

But your car is lighter. Verna vs. vRS is a fair fight.

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option ?????. in white i only have this model and for me white verna is more important then a black with abs .
Don't really get the looks > safety priority people seem to have. But whatever lets you sleep at night I guess.

'gratz on the pocket rocket
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Old 13th January 2009, 16:02   #18
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150BHP.

But your car is lighter. Verna vs. vRS is a fair fight.
See my point

It is 150 bhp and heavier.
Lets do it Jaspreet.

By the way where are the pics.
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Old 13th January 2009, 17:12   #19
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But the vRS handles on rails even at high speeds.

From the ~300KM drive I did on the Verna, I was really scared above 100. :o
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It does.
At speeds of 200+ too, its damn amazing.
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Old 14th January 2009, 15:55   #21
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not tried these speeds because car is new . but will tell you after trying
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Enjoy your new ride dude, leave the racing for later!
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Old 14th January 2009, 16:33   #23
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Lol.
Give it some time.

And ya waiting for a ride and some pics.

And hope to see it on the next meet
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Old 27th January 2009, 22:27   #24
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Hello all

here are some pics of car , Sorry For the delay.

Pics Taken At Gyro , got Llumar tints and guardian gear lock.


Enjoy !!!!! cheers:
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Nice way to take pics, must say! Gives one an all-round feel, so to say ! Now for some interior pics...

BTW, how was the decision actually made on Hyundai Verna? I mean, did you consider other cars in the same category?

Why didn't you jump two digits ahead on the number?

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BTW, how was the decision actually made on Hyundai Verna? I mean, did you consider other cars in the same category?
I think because it is the best in it's class.
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Congrats on the white beauty!!!.

But one query, when so much is being said about safety, what made you not opt the ABS version on the car?
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Nice way to take pics, must say! Gives one an all-round feel, so to say ! Now for some interior pics...

BTW, how was the decision actually made on Hyundai Verna? I mean, did you consider other cars in the same category?

Why didn't you jump two digits ahead on the number?

Thank you sir , Interior pics will follow soon. i have my eyes on verna from day 1 , and we have a elantra which helped the decision.

4444 is considered as a vip no. and is closed by cabinet ministry now .

OT : i want 0077 as reg. no but cant get for the same reason.

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Old 28th January 2009, 11:17   #29
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Congrats on the white beauty!!!.

Yes !!!!

But one query, when so much is being said about safety, what made you not opt the ABS version on the car?

it is a 2008 car bought on 8 jan2009. it is the only model available that time. for abs , i have to wait for atleast a month and will probably get a new version with up to 80k price hike an with no 30k discount
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it is a 2008 car bought on 8 jan2009. it is the only model available that time. for abs , i have to wait for atleast a month and will probably get a new version with up to 80k price hike an with no 30k discount
Hope your a good and safe driver. This is one car you dont want to be flying in without being able to brake properly.
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