Discussion in 'Hangout' started by bnzjon, Mar 1, 2011.
Ok let's get back on track now..
Steve Jobs is no more.
Yup - an era of personal computing have come to an end.
What an elegant obituary by Apple - just go to www.apple.com to see what they have done. Beautiful.
May his soul RIP.
I came across this journel.....
It really is the season of downgrading by these rating agencies. Everybody is being downgraded by them these days. Even the SBI has been downgraded recently.
Sharing very interesting news here that new Nissan Sunny's diesel version was recently launched and I am sharing its details.
After launching Nissan Sunny in petrol Nissan launched Sunny in diesel and its bookings is opened form 12th of December 2011. The new diesel car is available in two variants-Nissan Sunny XL and the Nissan Sunny XV.
Price of Nissan Sunny XL is tagged as Rs 7,98,000
Price of Nissan Sunny XV is tagged as Rs 8,78,000
Mileage and Acceleration of Nissan Sunny
Sunny is highly fuel efficient car its mileage is 15kmpl in the city and 17 kmpl on the highway. The powerful engine of sunny gives amazing acceleration it can go upto 100kmph in just 15.8 seconds.
Nissan Sunny Interior
Nissan Sunny loaded with amazing and beautiful interior and comfort features. The car is fitted with dual tone dashboard integrated with instrument cluster, automatic / manual AC controls and vents, audio system. The instrument panel comes with four dials; out of these two central dials are bigger and smaller ones at each side. The dashboard has rectangular shaped AC vents and in-dash audio system. Front passenger glove box is also there. The steering wheel of Nissan Sunny has audio controls.
Here is another breaking news form the TATA Motors that has it was earlier in the news that Tata Nano will be launched in diesel and will be shown in 2012 auto expo but not Tata Nano 2012 diesel will not be shown and it is postponed but good news is that new concept car will be shown in auto expo.
Time for 1.2 & 1.4 owners to tank up!
Rise in petrol price on Friday? - The Times of India
Is it the case of what Goa thought yesterday, Karnataka thinks today? According to this report, Karnataka government is likely to withdraw VAT on petrol making petrol price less by Rs 15.50 to Rs 58 per litre at Bangalore? Keep your fingers crossed!
Though it is extremely welcome, this seems very unlikely, especially after reading the last para. This looks more like a news created based on the finance minister's comments on petrol price in metros. See another story on petrol price in Delhi. If couple of metros implement this, then DVS will be under pressure to follow suit.
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