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|22nd April 2006, 15:09||#1|
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Low FE : Can you go to consumer court?
If your car is giving less than what the manufacturer promises, can we go to consumer court?
If not whats the best course of action?
|22nd April 2006, 15:33||#2|
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No, you cannot go to consumer court. Manufacturers put their figures based on so called 'ideal driving condition'.
Best action here is to drive in a sane manner. Heavy traffic in any city won't allow you to do anything more.
venkatrx, you're already having a poll on FE. Post your poll result, you can raise this issue there.
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