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Old 11th January 2010, 19:44   #136
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Hey MC, I wasnt hinting at anything except for the intake at the party - what the heck you guys went playing GT after that - so I take back my words.

PEACE.


Nope it wouldnt come to escalating it any further - job done. I however wonder what is happening to the extended warranty booklet - maybe they are printing it.

Lets do some offroading on Thursday to make up.
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Old 11th January 2010, 21:28   #137
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Lets do some offroading on Thursday to make up.
LOL will do anything for offroading , even the high speed variety. Check out my antics on http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/travel...4-km-saga.html (Leh'd and Back from Hyderabad: The 18 Day, 7804 Km Saga) and
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Old 12th January 2010, 09:58   #138
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Mahindra will stick by you in thick and thin and make sure things get resolved
Adzegeek, add my name to authenticate MC's statement. M&M cutomer service has been a delight to me till date from last 5+years.

Some more info around the same on

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/indian...-pics-1-a.html (Scratchless Thursday! Pics 1)

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/indian...hyderabad.html (SCORPIO::AML Motors, Ranigunj, HYDERABAD)
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Old 12th January 2010, 12:01   #139
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@adzegeek
well i am no fan of white. heck i think it will be a nightmare to maintain it. white cars look good in the showroom period. but once they get scratched all over it looks pretty bad. and all the owner has to do is stand at a traffic signal and watch the scooter/motorcycle wallas and cyclists work their magic. plus with us going off road its gonna be hell. i was keen on Java Brown but since my dad has been craving white for a really long time, i gave in.
i have learnt from your experience and i have given strict instructions not to do any chrome pasting and vehicle to be driven in 2wd mode only or i wont take delivery
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adzegeek,

were you there at the inorbit mall (hitec city on 14th Jan evening? I did see a Scorpio 4X4 parked with TBHP sticker on it and all the chromes and stanley leather work done.
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Yes, that was me. Ute with no Number and all the other physical attributes described.
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adzegeek,

My compliments on your new car. It was looking really good. For a moment I thought it is a little higher than the 2WD version. Is that true?
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adzegeek, hi !

nice write up there !!
well i just brought home a safari dicor 2.2 vtt 4x4 last week. could you please tell me the average fuel efficiency you have obtained with your vehicle while driving in the 2H mode ?
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could you please tell me the average fuel efficiency you have obtained with your vehicle while driving in the 2H mode ?
Arijit, congrats - my fuel efficiency hovers around 11 kmpl with full a/c and rather meagre distances travelled. would you believe that it has just crossed 3K in 3 months of existence. Damn my office travel.

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For a moment I thought it is a little higher than the 2WD version. Is that true?
I did take the tape out and measured - I found it to be precisely 25 mm taller than my neighbours oct 2009 2wd model. Probably torsion bar setting.
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Arijit, congrats - my fuel efficiency hovers around 11 kmpl with full a/c and rather meagre distances travelled. would you believe that it has just crossed 3K in 3 months of existence. Damn my office travel.
So are you joining us tomorrow for the weekend drive to cover some miles
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Too lazy to just get out just for a drive, would have been a different matter for a cause as noble as saving forests -

you guys have fun and click a lot so that I can reuse the route sometime later.

btw, thanks for the sending me details of the Mahindra senior folks - My registration proceedings were all stuck - one mail to the GM and the cavalary landed for getting the job done. Thousand apologies and a lot of promises, they have promised to deliver the registration card tomorrow in my hand.
I now have a valid AP number stuck on the Ute. Thanks again.
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Dear adzegeek, I apprciate your noble imperitive. Just curious, why mHawk 4wd?

Pardon my laziness. Not sure if you have already addresed my query on other threads.

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Too lazy to just get out just for a drive, would have been a different matter for a cause as noble as saving forests -

you guys have fun and click a lot so that I can reuse the route sometime later.

btw, thanks for the sending me details of the Mahindra senior folks - My registration proceedings were all stuck - one mail to the GM and the cavalary landed for getting the job done. Thousand apologies and a lot of promises, they have promised to deliver the registration card tomorrow in my hand.
I now have a valid AP number stuck on the Ute. Thanks again.
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