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Old 15th May 2009, 09:41   #16
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Can you please post some pics of the seats. Curious to see how the leather/fabric combination seats are.
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This color combination is good!

And yes, the respect when you drive a large vehicle is sometime addictive.

Congrats, once again, and wish you many miles / kilometers of a wonderful ownership experience.
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Congrates, Color combination looks good !!

ORVM looks good
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Old 15th May 2009, 11:10   #19
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congrats umang,

welcome to the, 'big boys' club

drive safe and say sane bro.
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Can you please post some pics of the seats. Curious to see how the leather/fabric combination seats are.
Sure will post some pics soon

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This color combination is good!

And yes, the respect when you drive a large vehicle is sometime addictive.

Congrats, once again, and wish you many miles / kilometers of a wonderful ownership experience.
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Congrates, Color combination looks good !!

ORVM looks good
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congrats umang,

welcome to the, 'big boys' club

drive safe and say sane bro.
Thanks everyone
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hi buddy, where is the internal display for the rear sensors? on the internal RVM?
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Old 15th May 2009, 17:27   #22
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hi buddy, where is the internal display for the rear sensors? on the internal RVM?
Yes it pops up when reverse is engaged. There is a small rectangular space provided in the internal RVM. Will post some pics of it today evening
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congrats on your purchase of new safari.looks good. very comfy vehicle.
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Congrats man!
It sure looks cool in this color combination.
Do your run-in and then endow your thread with a picturesque travelogue.
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Yes it pops up when reverse is engaged. There is a small rectangular space provided in the internal RVM. Will post some pics of it today evening
nopes its ok buddy. its the same setup in my scorpio too. just wanted to know that.

thanks.
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Not a problem mate, but before I explain and go - Umang, your choice of color is lovely!

As for me, definitely Indian. I am a big Japanese Anime fan and Takumi is the name of the character in Initial-D (its a car anime, simply superb). The san is like sir or bhai that we would add so as not to sound rude by simply saying the name of a person who deserves respect (due to age / position / qualifications). I do reside in Australia but am otherwise from good ol' Mumbai.

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Congrats on the new car Umang! So when's that next long trip going to be? And where?



Did not realize team-bhp had international members. So Takumi-san: if I may - your name is japanese and you seem to reside in Australia, how's the indian connection then? Do not mean to be rude, but just curious.

Also, always wondered what the "-san" (appended to the name) means. Is it like "mr." or "sir"? Have been attending conference calls lately with some teams in Japan, and in the calls we address them with their names plus the word san. Never got a chance to ask them what it meant, so posting my question here.
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Can you please post some pics of the seats. Curious to see how the leather/fabric combination seats are.
Pics as promised. Added some of the interior RVM with the reverse gear engaged just incase someone wanted to see how it looks.

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Not a problem mate, but before I explain and go - Umang, your choice of color is lovely!
Thanks

'Cycus Grey' does tend to confuse people , the colour is more green/blue than grey.
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Thumbs up Lovely truck you got there

Hey Umang,
Congratulations for buying a house on wheels!!
Trust me you wouldn't wanna get out of it!!

The first one that ever came in our house, people had to actually pull me out of it while I was still holding on to the steering wheel with all my strength

Nothing comes close to its charm!! Like someone already said, it always brings a smile on your face.
Wishing you many-a-happy miles with your beast!
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Can you also post picture of the rear bumper to see how they have placed the sensors and any luck on its OEM.

The combo seats look good, so does the reverse parking indicators on the IRVM.
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Very nice color combo. Looks really refreshing.
Congrats on your stonking new ride.
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