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Anil Anupam


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    Aditya_Upadhya asks…

    2 years, 11 months ago
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    Hey guys could help in finalizing a car? I have two options; the Hyundai i20 & th3e Fiat Punto (diesel). Which is the best option?
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    Tarif asks…

    3 years ago
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    Which is btter? The Polo 1.2 petrol or the 1.6? What is the mileage of the Polo 1.6?
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    Anil Anupam asks…

    3 years ago
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    When will the new Hyundai i20 be launched? We just booked an i20 crdi and we have 2 months time.
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    Up to Rs.40,000 off on Hyundai cars!

    Hyundai is offering attractive discounts on its Santro, i10 and 120 models, across variants. The discounts range from as low as Rs. 20,521 to a healthy Rs. 40,000. Here we take a quick look at the discounts being offered to see if they make the overall proposition of these cars better.
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    Raunak Verma asks…

    3 years, 1 month ago
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    Hi Guys, Need a Diesel Car, MAX budget: 6L on road, Hyderabad. Required: 1) Amazing engine with good fuel economy: Preferably The national Diesel Engine 2) Not too plasticy or cheap interiors. 3) Power windows, AC, and the regular stuff. 4) Ride quality: should not be too bumpy. 5) Average Boot and Rear seat space. 6) Easy maintenance: No A.S.S. horror stories. 7) No Beat Diesel/Fig

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    Most fuel-efficient petrol hatchback cars in India

    Updated on: 21/08/2013 With petrol prices hitting the roof, shifting to cheaper fuels like diesel or driving electric or hybrid cars seems to be the next best alternative. But diesel cars don’t exactly come cheap and the cost of servicing them can be huge. Hybrids and electrics, on the other hand, cost a bomb, making them out of bounds for most buyers on the lookout
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