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|7th November 2009, 17:57||#1|
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I read somewhere in this Forum that a person who bought the Skoda Superb 3.6 V6 was unable to get the 95 octane petrol for the car in his region of operation nor was he told by the dealer that he was required to use only this variant. Today I read a review of this car in Top Gear and it too failed to mention this while singing laurels to it. In fact, most reviews don't give such practical and useful alerts to their readers. What is one to do?
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