Iffco Tokio i guess!!
Did he not tell you that valve seats get treatment from the manufacturer to work just fine? Also the rear suspension has changes to hold the permanent extra weight without a problem. He is probably referring to kits that are retrofit to existing cars which were originally manufactured to run on petrol. For more details @Shreyans Jain
Not true. When I sold my WagonR, it had 2.75L km om the clock. Over half of them were logged on CNG. Have a sequential kit installed. Be regular with oil and filter changes. Get the injectors, throttle body and the radiator cleaned periodically. Its all about basic maintenance.
VFM – Brio
all three are god but in there individual field, i 20 for interior space +features+comfort, swift is more fun to drive and yes less maintenance more brand value which is plus point , and brio is compact city rides with decent feature and spacious cabin space also so u can say that brio is kind of fusion of both swift & i 20. but when it comes to…[Read more]
Swift is overpriced. i20 is expensive but you get a car with more power, plenty of features and a strong diesel engine. Brio offers excellent bang for your buck.
In that particular question, the person had asked for choices of petrol vehicles within a budget of 8L. I had chosen Punto 1.4 Emotion and Fiesta Classic Titanium 1.6. The diesel Punto cannot be considered purely being a diesel as the choice was to be made between petrol vehicles. The TJet – Older stock is all sold out and the new does not seem…[Read more]
Here are some things off the top of my head – Poor marketing efforts (since I barely saw any advts on TV or magazines or anywhere else like the Duster or XUV), larger price tag for a smaller size vehicle which does not go well with the masses (since they lose bragging rights to others in the masses or lose the snob value of having a larger…[Read more]
one more thing i want to add, though yeti is suv but it doesn’t have that appeal its neither a vfm nor muscular. and their is world luxury connected with brand skoda so people rather go for some sedan from skoda instead of getting yeti…..and of course price tag….:)
Bad idea. This engine was discontinued ages back. Spares will be hard to find. A nine year old car will anyway have maintenance issues. Especially a diesel. Never buy a diesel that is more than 5 years old.
It is a very old diesel (technologically) to begin with. Secondly Suzuki never made a diesel engine ever (since 1955) ruling out any possibility of Maruti Suzuki doing it, the one in the Zen was sourced from Peugeot, just like currently Maruti diesel in India runs on Fiats 1.3 MJD. I would really stay away from a car which is discontinued and ran…[Read more]