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Old 24th May 2007, 16:34   #1
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Hi,

Which car should i buy ?

Alto ?
Santro ?
Indica ?
Spark ?

I have Corsa and i want a small car to drive in city and do hanky panky. I am looking mileage and low cost of service etc. from the small car. So help me decide which car shuld i buy so it is lighter on my pocket in all aspects.

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i want a small car to drive in city and do hanky panky
Didnt really get what this meant.

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So help me decide which car shuld i buy so it is lighter on my pocket in all aspects.
Going by their weight alone, the Alto wins, i guess.
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and do hanky panky.

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I think Sam would be the best person to help out here
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Hi,

Which car should i buy ?

Alto ?
Santro ?
Indica ?
Spark ?

. I am looking mileage and low cost of service etc. from the small car. So help me decide which car shuld i buy so it is lighter on my pocket in all aspects.

Thanks.
Lighter on pocket+trouble free=alto, if dont mind less space & bit less on comfort side.
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what kind of hanky panky? Back seat hanky panky? For that you need indica. Nobody can break the door and rear space is the best.
Otherwise santro is a nice car. Easy on pocket and comfortable. Tall roof should allow vertical hanky panky
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alto for cheap hanky panky, santro for lil more expensive ones, spark for costlier ones and indica for wide hanky pankys
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alto for cheap hanky panky, santro for lil more expensive ones, spark for costlier ones and indica for wide hanky pankys
For wide hanky panky you need a "wide body car". Indica for noisy and heavy hanky panky
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I go with WagonR. It is a multi activity vehicle capable of all hank panky.

Also you can fold the seat and it becomes like a double bed. Very useful after the hanky panky.
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According to me the best car(out of your list) in this lot to do hanky panky in is the Santro.

The design will allow for a variety of positions without compromising on the core values of the outdoor copulation. Amongst these, the most noted and convenient is the popular Cowgirl position. This one is convenient in the car, both for a complete pitstop, or a splash and dash.

In the case of a car with a lower roof, active couples may actually need to carry a helmet for the lady, or she may pass out, thereby giving headbanging a whole new definition.
However, this Korean bestseller, cleverly bypasses the chances of a haemmorhage with its tall boy design.

Plus the car is fairly common and will not attract attention before, during or after the act.

I would advise you to be slow and careful. There was (not long ago) a case where a young couple were hanky-pankying in the car and the guy got startled when someone knocked at the door, jumped up and actually fractured his active member. (I've no patience to google it up).

Be careful and enjoy yourself.

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Hanky panky ? You might want a bigger car for that. LOL. O.k. the alto probably fits the bill (thinking that i know what kind of hanky panky you want to do).
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Haaa haaa haaaa... Tapan dude. You have had it now But now that you have started the fire...

If you are the Adventurous type then of course you may do well to buy a certain European manufacturer's car as well. It will give you the feeling that you are hanky pankying in a tank... for full effect you can even turn on the audio with some machine gun fire and rumbling of other tanks sound nearby. Our ICE gurus will provide you full support on that front. Pretty adventurous, eh!

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Hahahahahahahaha Sam you're a riot!!!

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I have Corsa and i want a small car to drive in city and do hanky panky.
Don't know about Hanky but we do have a member by the name Panky here,maybe you can ask him for advice on how to do it!!!!
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Sierra : Unbeatable

Cowgirl/ Cowboy all welcome.

No need for strong rear doors, Sierra have no rear doors.

Sample pic below. Both are T Bhpians. As you can see, both are very happy.

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hahahahaha....good one Ajay Bhai but the person want between the following...

Alto ?
Santro ?
Indica ?
Spark ?
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hahahahaha....good one Ajay Bhai but the person want between the following...

Alto ?
Santro ?
Indica ?
Spark ?
LBM, Ajay was trying to find his Sierra a buyer and now you ruined his chances .

Sam that was the best advice I ever got on the What Car section. Sadly I did not post a query there before I bought my car otherwise I would have definately followed it. Now its time to beg borrow the Santro my cousin drives.
No more adding a sub in the boot of the Santro now!

Thanks a bunch my friend
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