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Old 24th November 2009, 09:31   #91
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What colour seat covers are you planning on?
My car color is black and interiors are blue, so seat covers will be black + blue.

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i am planning to buy a maruti and a new one and i have shortlisted A-star
and Wagon R
I have not driven either of the cars, so can't comment on that. Why aren't you considering i10 era or i10 kappa magna?
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- a friend told me that maruti is scraping the wagon r next year
i tried to confirm this with multiple dealers and they say no, is this true

-i am more inclined on the wagon R( vxi petrol) cause i am getting a discount of 30k on it
where as on a star its only 10k.

-buy buying the wagon R will i be making a wise decision.


my usage will be only weekends drive through the city and rarely to mysore or ooty from blore.
I don't think the Wagon-R is going to be discontinued. For sure it will get a new BS4 engine shortly alongwith a minor facelift. The Wagon-R in its current form is an excellent vehicle for in-city driving because of its narrow dimensions. It has excellent all-round visibility. Pretty decent legroom (front + rear) and a very usable boot.

Another car to consider would be the i10 ERA which is priced at almost par with the Wagon-R vxi. The i10 also comes with a 30k discount IIRC. Its a modern vehicle with a decent engine and overall again is great for in-city usage.

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Congrats,

RITZ is a nice car.

Remember SidIndicas Navratna shootout, the RITZ topped the list
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Congrats on the Ritz! I am going to close this thread, do create a new one detailing your ownership experience. Thanks
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