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|7th April 2009, 10:31||#91|
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My dad owns an Indigo petrol and a honda civic both, the indigo is around 2 years old and even though the civic is better to drive, I always find it pleasing to drive the indigo despite the engine not being smooth and everything.
Lets face it the car is not ment for high speed driving so there is no point in criticizing its high speed stability.
I have touched 140 on the car and even though the tires were pretty worn out the car felt pretty stable.
Its a pretty good car from tata and to tell you the truth its far more reliable than most of the cars in the same segment. Reliability problems for all of the tata cars is in reality a myth. Yes the safari does have a lot of problems but not the rest of the cars.
Before the Indigo we owned the Indica V2 diesel for 5 years. In those 5 years with extensive running the only problem that we experianced with the car was a broken clutch plate.
In all I would say tata has now indeed started making reliable cars.
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