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|6th April 2010, 18:35||#46|
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While you expect the stocks to be readily available, if you went to a dealer and asked for a Swift, and if he replied that he has a December 2009 model ready with him, would you buy it at the same price as for a March 2010 model? I doubt it. Any discounts that you are going to claim on this model only because its manufacturing date is four months older is a loss to the dealer and in turn Maruti.
You see, a December 2009 model is still regarded as 2009 model, while a Jan 2010 model will be a 2010 model. Even if they are separated by just a month, the price differential they will command will be quite significant.
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