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Old 25th September 2011, 16:57   #31
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My pick of the lot would be the Jazz. After the price slash, it is value for money. I call it the mini Innova! The only flipside is that it is a petrol burner, but you'll forget all about it when you are in the car
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TD Micra @sheriff nissan

Was there today for the TD

Only 2 variants in diesel XV and XV premium.

They had only XV for test drive

Plus:
1. Feminine look. wifey likes it
2. Good Chunky feel of the steering which is responsive
3. Great Quality interiors. Didnt feel cheap at all
4. Safety: The airbag is there even in the basic variant
5. Great mileage best in class Sa reports 18-20kms in city. Is this really true?
6. Good ride quality. Handling.
7. Good boot space
8. good equipment level when compared to figo: ACC, Airbags, Ok is ICE( lacks USB which i am accustomed to), keyless enty, start stop buttons
9. 3 week waiting period
Minus:
1. Pretty Hard seats. burns your Butt
2. Service available only at Ambattur/OMR which is really far off though the SA says they offer pickup and drop at Rs.250 charge
3. Interiors look pretty small
4. No bluetooth even at top end, not even compatibility
5. Lacks the blue color which wifey liked, it is stopped and green ( figo green) is available now
6. Cost of spares ???/ service can the owners talk?
7. Cost above 7 lakh

Things that really matters
1. wifey likes
2.resale value at present moment not pretty good
3. costs
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My pick of the lot would be the Jazz. After the price slash, it is value for money. I call it the mini Innova! The only flipside is that it is a petrol burner, but you'll forget all about it when you are in the car

Thanks ,
But I am dead against petrol this time. Probably petrol will hit a century before sachin does his 100th 100
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TD Micra @sheriff nissan

Things that really matters
1. wifey likes
2.resale value at present moment not pretty good
3. costs
Too filmsy than Alto. If ypu just open the bonnet and press the sides with two fingers metal tends to bend easily also you can notice its hollow build.
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Old 5th January 2012, 09:45   #35
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Thanks for all the input.

1.I have planned to ratin my Linea for a couple of years from now.
2. I have booked a Swift ZDI on 04/01/2012 Torque Blue colour. Waiting period is 4 months. Booked at Vishnu Cars chrompet Chennai.

Would love to continue in Ownership Thread when my car arrives. Waiting to log in to assembly line for the time being to construct my thread.

Thanks all

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