You will not need a extra relay as you already have one installed but dedicated wiring will be needed. A ceramic holder is a good idea for safety’s sake though I have been running that wattage on the stock holders for a couple of years now. You get this wattage in Osram. Keep away from HIDs if you do not want any cop trouble.
Take your family and take views of everyone on – space, comfort, features, power etc that they feel in both vehicles. DO NOT skip on ABS and airbags and see which vehicle suits your usage, budget and all the previous feedback put together. Do take an extended TD so that you get to explore all the settings such as driver seat, steering, other…[Read more]
It will cost around 100 to 150 Rupees per wiper arm (frame + rubber) and it is advisable to change it before every monsoon. You can do it yourself (Refer: http://www.cartoq.com/how-to-change-your-wiper-blades/ ) or get it done from any aftermarket shop nearby. It is just a 2-minute job.
300 rs for a pair. it is always good to change the wipers before every monsoon.
it will cost you nearly rs.250-300
Informally speaking, both the cars have got everything common except for two things – “car name” and “manufacturer name”. You can buy the one where you get better discounts… !
micra & pulse are two cars with one soul .i.e. they are from one manufacturer with different brand name. spec is also identical for the two. but i’ll still say choose per the availability of service stations.
yea i will also second u Mr.Shakti Vel… Micra is better to buy than the pulse. It is true that pulse appeals better but when considering the facts like price & better A.S.S, Nissan Micra is better…. Regards
You can get Michelin XM2 in 185 width (standard width of tyre for alloy wheel version). Bridgestone Turanza is also a good option.
Your car has got 185/65 R14 but you can go for either 175/70 R14 (the one being used in lower variants of the i20) or 175/65 R14 (the one being used in Tata Vista, Ford Figo, Toyota Liva, etc). But the moment you go for higher side walls and lesser width, you basically compromise a bit on the handling front and therefore I would not recommend you…[Read more]
i am using michelin xm2+ in my polo from the starting… its awesome
Fuel should be petrol, I have no doubts or second thoughts about it. To suggest a car kindly ask him some basic questions such as budget, body type priority, priority requirements in the car such as space, ride and handling, VFM etc. That should help to narrow down while suggesting as to what would suit his needs as the best car is the one which…[Read more]
Definetly petrol…n ecosport or amaze..or ritz for hatch..
Petrol. Provide the details asked above.
Petrol, cheaper sticker price and less maintenance hassles and costs
Guess Petrol is good for you , Brio or Ritz for hatchbacks and Amaze or Dzire as Sedan.