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Commented on anand202020's review

Jan 21, 2013 07:55 PM

I hate this deo. It really burns the armpit and has a very strong odour.

Commented on deepahegde902's blog

Landmark Forum

Dec 17, 2012 08:16 AM

Totally agree... I just attended over this weekend in Bangalore. And I must tell you that while it might work for a few weak hearted people and women (especially fighting petty relationship issues) it's NOT going to work for all. And most of the time, they are involved in their cheap marketing ta...ctics that work like the pyramid scheme (though without money benefits for members). Once you are in their trap, you are their puppet and you keep on signing up with more and more of their programs (else you are branded spineless, unconcerned etc in their public speech) Well, a few good souls say it worked for them. But I feel these people are big frauds. If you read all those articles on the web, there's more criticism than good words.Read More

Commented on sam_mac's review

Jul 28, 2012 07:49 PM

I totally agree with your rating. It's a good engine and transmission box put in a great exterior design but indianized cheap plastics/fabric/carpet screwed up the whole thing. Also, the rear A/c went is almost sitting on the private parts of the middle passenger lol.

Commented on robinhood_1700's review

Jul 28, 2012 07:46 PM

I liked its engine and exterior looks. Back seat space, pathetic dashboard/door panel plastics and fabric is a major let down. If they had spent another lakh on that I would have definitely bought this car though getting used to misplaced controls will take some time.

Commented on own review

Dec 27, 2010 12:26 AM

@manojnair.m, sorry.. I read your comment only now. You can use one of those online tools such as http://www.miata.net/garage/tirecalc.html to do proper upszzing without changing the circumference by +/- 2 to 4%. @subinp, as you rightly said, I could only talk from my test drive experience. It wo...uld be great if you write a review here about your ownership experience. Regardless, the product is hugely overpriced. Since I did this review, they have added fog lamps, alloys etc in the Inspire variant but that would cost you 10L ex-showroom and it's foolishness to spend that much on a smaller car where as you get a Corolla or Civic for another lakh or two more.Read More

Commented on lokmahajan's review

Nov 30, 2010 01:10 PM (Updated Nov 30, 2010 01:11 PM)

Dear sir, I am contemplating buying this product. Please let me know how the product is working now after two years of usage. Best regards, Ajith

Commented on rxs6262's review

Nov 12, 2010 12:39 PM

In compression/cooling technologies I would think that Hitachi is the best! However, as you rightly pointed out the after sales service may be a problem unless you live in big cities in India. I hope they improve it. I am planning to buy this model soon along with a 1.2 ton split A/C from Hitachi.... Hope the service quality is better in Bangalore.Read More

Commented on own review

Jul 04, 2010 12:53 PM

@Raju it's a tough decision though you have to preempt i10 first - it's not a good option if you are looking for minimum luxury. Out of the remaining two, Swift is a peppy car which is fun to drive but the backseat space is very less. Moreover, due to very low wheelbase, the stability will not be as... good as premium hatches like punto. You can consider this only if you are bothered about yourself as a driver. i20 has changed big time since I wrote my review. The boring interior design has more or less taken care of now with the new variant. I strongly suggest you to go for the new i20 out of the three. By the way, it doesn't make much sense to go for the top end variant that costs like 7.5L ex-price. Read More

Commented on SudheerM's review

May 24, 2010 08:25 AM

I would like to try the diesel model as well, just to get a feel of how much torque it has :) Great review buddy..

Reviewed Fiat Grande Punto

May 23, 2010 12:47 AM 7335 Views

(Updated May 31, 2010 02:15 AM)

The review material this time around is the Grande Punto 1.4L Petrol fully loaded(i.e. the Emotion Pack). I have been itching to try out this beauty for the past few months but got my chance only today. Without wasting much time let’s go for a test drive. She’s beautiful! What really makes...Read more

Commented on own review

Apr 19, 2010 12:51 AM

@luv2drive, thank you for sharing your ownership experiences and agreeing with my views :) @aukulkar, thanks buddy. I am not really an expert in automobiles but trying my best to write what I have observed during my test drives.

Commented on cooldebo's review

Mar 05, 2010 11:10 AM

Almost all fords have this problem of having tighter power steering which is actually good at higher speeds but not very convenient in the city. I used to like my Ikon's PS thought which was hydrollic and not electronic. However, gear shift is really bad. As for the visibility thing, I have the same... problem with my Altis as well... Right hand side road ahead is hardly visible due to a black spot near the mirrors..and unlike Honda city and SX4, they don't have a quarter window there.Read More

Commented on own review

Mar 02, 2010 06:27 PM

@haroo, did you already buy one? If not, my pick would be an Optra Magnum Diesel that provides comfort, decent mileage, amazing power and it's packed with features as well. I wouldn't recommend a Corolla Altis J as it's heavily underloaded when it comes to features. You may go for it only if it's a ...prestige issue to own a Toyota. My second pick would be Innova that drives almost like a sedan. SX4 is a big no as it drives like a bullock cart and too thirsty. And I didn't quite like the ANHC. Read More

Commented on own review

Mar 02, 2010 06:19 PM

@praveen, Sorry for the delayed reply. Did you pick a car already? Nope, I haven't driven the Diesel version of Fiesta. In general, I haven't driven many diesel cars ;-)

Commented on own review

Jan 12, 2010 09:28 PM

@Sid_na77, Definitely most other cars (in all segments) are costlier than Maruti Suzukis to maintain. i20 is no different.

Commented on own review

Jan 11, 2010 09:44 PM

@Navaneetforu, shall try to get my hands on punto as well, time permitting. @skm1971, i20 and Fabia have their own plus-minus points. Both comes loaded with features but none is a clear winner. I only wish fabia had a little more power in which case I would have chosen it.

Commented on nt2009's review

Dec 23, 2009 11:53 AM

Nice review buddy and congrats on your first car. When you go for Marutis you get mileage, reliability and good after sales service. As you rightly said, any Maruti (Swift or WagonR or Ritz...) unless you go for the heighest configuration they will deprive you off bare necessities such as headrests,... rear defogger etc. Read More

Commented on own review

Dec 16, 2009 12:47 PM

@TELUGUS, You are right. I hope the CRDi power plant is a good one. Yet to test drive it... @Dreamz, The interiors are not exactly laxurious but some features that come with only with upper C-seg cars are already present in i20. That's what I meant :) Just like you, I hate all Korean products...... I have decided never to buy a Hyundai or LG in my life (though I like Samsung for only their monitors and BELL for the nail trimmers lol). In fact, I hate all American cars probably except a Ford Explorer or Jeep Grand Cherokee (not that I have driven them). I agree with you on the general Indian mindset about quantity rather than quality. Read More

Commented on own review

Dec 16, 2009 12:40 PM (Updated Dec 16, 2009 12:41 PM)

@Dreamz, Thanks for agreeing with my views. No doubt about the Skoda brands. Unfortunately, European companies in India do not seem to care about the after sales part - it's true with Skoda and Fiat. @firstcar, thanks for your compliments :) In fact, I am a blogger - just trying my hands on revi...ews as wellRead More

Commented on own review

Dec 16, 2009 12:36 PM (Updated Dec 16, 2009 12:39 PM)

@Dreamz, In fact, all cars in India are overpriced for their build quality and features offered. I would assume that a Maruti 800 should come below 1.5 lakhs as they don't have any good quality steel on it :) Tata cars... hmm, no comments. Yet to drive Manza The car pricing is not always due to ...the manufactures being greedy. Our government has really stupid rules that allows excise sops to be made available to cars below 4000mm in length and 1.2L in capacity. Hence most sedan prices go up. To make it worse, cars above an ex-price of 10L has really strange road tax rules in cities like Bangalore. Having said that, as I mentioned in my Honda City review, that one is ridiculously overpriced and so is Jazz - from the manutfacturer's endRead More

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