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Old 30th June 2009, 13:56   #16
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hold on - She? I thought men were back

Congrats anyways!
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This is an awesome car.

Am planning to buy one next month(price reductions due to budget)

Please post pics of your interior wood trims.Enjoy the Drive.
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Old 30th June 2009, 15:20   #19
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The rear parking sensors are MGA for 5k, its got 2 airbags (driver + front passenger).
Total discounts were around 15K cash + third year warranty + wooden interior trim (Rs. 6500/- from the dealer).
Congrats maglev for your new car.
Do you mean the wooden interior trim for the dashboard and the door side. If it is from autographix then it costs just 1000. If it is 6500 then the dealer is cheating you with the price mentioned, however he gives it for free, so that you wouldn't bargain further.
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The car looks stunning in silver. Congrats on the buy and wish you a safe drive!
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Congrats Maglev . SX4 is a great Car

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Old 30th June 2009, 23:09   #22
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Smile the subtle yet important changes

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Congrats on the car. Can you please post a pic of the rear seat. I really want to see the flattened rear seats.

Also did you change the tyres? If not then Maruti has changed from JK Vectras to Goodyear Eagle NCT 5 tyres for the SX4.
The tyres were changed on the 2nd day itself. I got 4 Goodyear Eagle NCT 5's (SIZE: 225/55 R16) in place of the JK Vectra's (SIZE: 205/60 R16) the transaction cost me Rs. 11,000/- the JK Tyres went for Rs. 3300/- per piece sold 4 of them!

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Congrats Meglev.

Looks like Maruti is listening to the customer feedback. This is good news. The protruding rear middle seat and the rear high headrests were the main concerns I had with this car.
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Congrats Meglev.
Do post some pics of the interiors, wooden finish and the flattened arm rest, etc.
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Meglev,

Welcome to the club. The SX4 is a very good package. Even after driving one for 15 months I cannot but be impressed by its imposing (Predator) stance. It is good to know that Maruti has acted on the customer feedback and made the required changes to the the seats and the neck restraints.

Please do post pictures of the new seat and the wood trim.
the rear seat (MIDDLE) is a lot more comfortable than before. I compared it with an older version. The rear head rests also do not obstruct the rear vision while reversing. Pics attached!

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Congrats maglev for your new car.
Do you mean the wooden interior trim for the dashboard and the door side. If it is from autographix then it costs just 1000. If it is 6500 then the dealer is cheating you with the price mentioned, however he gives it for free, so that you wouldn't bargain further.
nothing to worry about the wooden trim as it is actually a wooden trim kit and not autographix, have a look Pics attached!
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Can anyone suggest some good colour combinations for the interior as I plan to get leather seats & door trims??
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the wooden trim finish is good. Also it's nice that you have changed the tyres, hope you have less tyre noise.
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the wooden trim finish is good. Also it's nice that you have changed the tyres, hope you have less tyre noise.
Thanks! The tyre noise is far lesser. It feels a lot more quieter in the 60-80 kmph bracket. I have not gone beyond that as the car is still under the running-in period.
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Thanks! The tyre noise is far lesser. It feels a lot more quieter in the 60-80 kmph bracket. I have not gone beyond that as the car is still under the running-in period.
What brand of tyres have you got. in my SX4 its JK and tyre noise is pathetic after 80.

Also how is NVH after 80?, obviously reply once you try that.
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congrats on the buy ..... the SX4 is a great car for our indian roads .... my SX4 has done more 15,000 kms and i have not had any rattling issues till date.... the car is far more comfortable to get in and out with respect to so many other cars on our indian roads.... enjoy this beauty.......
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Maruti advertising folks would hang themselves, if they read title of this thread. How can you call SX4 she? It is supposed to be all MALE.

Congratulations on your new ride! Enjoy it.
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Welcome to the club, and enjoy the drive. It's been 2 years of hassle free fun for yours truly.
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Congrats on your purchase! Do post some pics of the interior too!

Btw its a 'he' not a 'she'. Remember the tagline is, 'Men are back'
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hold on - She? I thought men were back

Congrats anyways!
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Maruti advertising folks would hang themselves, if they read title of this thread. How can you call SX4 she? It is supposed to be all MALE.

Congratulations on your new ride! Enjoy it.


The only reason i'm referring to her as ''SHE'' is because I've had an accent before this one, for almost 4 years and I've always referred to her as she/her, I guess its become a habit.
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