Yeah, its a norm. Even if your old tires are worn down to shreds, you get about 200 buck per tire.
It is normal to ask for some money for your current tires. Even when the tires are worn out people get some money for them, maybe 50 or 100 rupees a tire, but even that is saving. Regards.
I suggest you to buy petrol car only if your running is limited to 1000kms/month. No it is not necessary to start your car every day as these days diesel engines are very much refined . You would be paying more cost , more registration tax , more VAT and more insurance if you buy diesel car.
No.. There are no limits. But please note that maintenance costs are also high in the diesel. As the vehicle ages the service cost for the same model petrol will be much less than Petrol. More over you get one advantage. everytime you fill fuel you pay less than the petrol guy. But you would have paid that extra when you bought your car.
Diesel is primarily chosen for cost savings. If you take cost out of the equation, modern diesels do not need any special care as compared to their petrol counterparts. The only thing with your usage will be that for such short runs your engine may not even come to optimum operating temperature if the ambient temperature is cold. It will sound and…[Read more]
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Hyundai was considering it, but the volumes won’t justify the price it will come in at – as it will be imported.
As the way things stand at the moment, you’ll still likely get a higher resale on diesel vehicles, but that could change in the next couple of years.