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Old 24th January 2007, 20:02   #31
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I think this engine is gonna be sooper thirsty....Performance too will marred by the extra weight...Comfort should be good considering the indigo rides pretty well..but then need to ride in one to find out.....
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I have been using the car for nearly 18 months now and have clocked 19K on the odometer.Its not a bad car at all as people put it. I drive it on my own and am very comfortable with it. It depends on the mindset and what you want from your car be it space, comfort , decent ride and ease of maintainence. The frequent problems with the car was the gearbox oil leakage and this is mainly bcos of the careless TATA workshop enginners who handle it. Otherwise its an awesome machine with has real value for money. I also agree that the finish of the plastics could have been much better but w.r.t to the noise etc its a beauty , it doesnt make such a noise as some people have exaggerated.
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