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Old 23rd August 2010, 15:16   #16
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Bhavna Ford at Nerul has waiting period on most of the Figo Diesel variants. Check with Sreeji Ford in Thane as well. They have quite a few in stock. Remember to negotiate hard if you decide to pickup Figo.
One of my colleagues is getting the following:
Mud flaps, Matting, Autocop, Extended warranty (This as corporate discount). To add to this he is getting his insurance done directly through HDFC bank at 14K as against the dealer quoted price of 17K.

If you need, I can PM you my colleagues cell No & you can check out more on his deal.
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Old 24th August 2010, 18:53   #17
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Friends, Figo is available without any waiting period here in Hyderabad, i took delivery of my 1.4 ZXI Silver on 6th August and drove some 1600 Kms, The car was smooth earlier but now Engine feels like driving an Indica...may be the First Service will change that.

Regarding Fuel Efficiency, Initial 500 Km was within the city this returned me a mileage of around 13-14 Km per Liter, after that had a 600 KM run on Hyderabad - Vijayawada Highway (This is one of the busiest and feels like driving in the city with average speed around 40-50)...this run returned a mileage of 18, now checking the mileage for the last 300 KM based on the fuel filled and DTE figure i am getting a mileage of around 15-16 KMPL in the City with 90% AC.

Hope this improves after Servicing.

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Old 25th August 2010, 22:20   #18
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@malgudi, no waiting at bhavna ford... also got everything else except the insurance. honestly did not look into the angle. anyway i would happy go with the dealer provided insurance as cashless claims would be smoother..thx for advice..

@avis..v useful info. i will check with some more guys on the indica feel issue and respond..cheers
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