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Old 26th January 2011, 12:21   #106
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Doesn't happen with mine either.

Also found an important aspect about the fuel efficiency meter. Once the yellow light comes up the range falls much faster. Also I filled up fuel twice upto 500 rs. The meter stays yellow. Can this be considered a defect?

secondly, the boot handle has come to be of immense help while closing.

Thirdly, my knee bangs into the ORVM button panel during ingress and egress everytime. The design also looks as an afterthought.
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I called Honda one2one and they said nothing can be done. So I intend to close this issue here.

The car has been serviced nicely. The Service center people collect and drop off the car. Something Cama or Autonova Mitsubishi never did. So I will consider that as a small compensation.
Is it safe to have the service guys collect and drop the car. I'm currently out of the country and thinking of availing this facility at Solitaire Honda at Borivli Mumbai. My Jazz is due for its 2nd free service at the end of this month. I'm just worried they might mess up things. Is it better sending somebody along with the car? Appreciate some feedback. Thanks.
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I have availed the pickup and drop facility with Maruti previously. I am yet to face an issue. Many others have had issues though.

If you feel Solitaire Honda people are a good bunch, I would suggest you trust them. I have on occasions found the a/c and stereo to be in on position, car parked with gear engaged and such stuff but nothing I should worry about.

Since it is only your second service, you are still in safe hands.

This reminds me, my Third free Teflon coat is due.
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.. car parked with gear engaged..
That IS a good driving habit, by the way.
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That IS a good driving habit, by the way.
You mean parking habit right
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Is it safe to have the service guys collect and drop the car. I'm currently out of the country and thinking of availing this facility at Solitaire Honda at Borivli Mumbai. My Jazz is due for its 2nd free service at the end of this month. I'm just worried they might mess up things. Is it better sending somebody along with the car? Appreciate some feedback. Thanks.
I have used pick up and drop facility for Maruti (Kiran), Hyundai (Sharma) and Honda (Landmark) and never had any issue. This facility is quite useful because otherwise at both times you need to have someone helping you to come back and go to receive the car.

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Got a call for free interior cleaning upon service from Landmark Honda. Ironically? coz I purchased the car from Emerald Honda.
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