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|16th November 2010, 06:33||#436|
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Skoda has got the price bang on for the Yeti.I wont be surprised if it eats a bit into Laura sales as well.
Its a perfect car for all those people who wanted a Laura,but would love that weekend getaway to the farm or hill station,along with the added cabin room.
|16th November 2010, 07:08||#437|
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so I am glad that the speculation made over the last 3 odd months wasnt wrong.
20.75!! which means it is actually fiddling about in larger SUV territory.
But I totally agree it has the Luxe lacking in all the other offerings at that price and hence becomes a very good deal indeed, considering.
But for me? I love it. But I will wait for at least one more year before consideration.
|16th November 2010, 07:18||#438|
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The pricepoint at which it has been launched is well into the big suv territory. Wonder how many takers for a product with less luxury value than snob value.
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