Discussion in 'Non FIAT Cars and two wheelers' started by ramjn, Sep 10, 2012.
Am a student studying in XIth standard.
one is me and another one is a fellow member from trivandrum itself , but he is onto software field by now !!
Stick onto the field as long as u can :drinks
Thread is going OT.... sry!!!!!
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Thats Amazing.. Try to do Automobile Engineering..
Off topic? We are sharing info about non-fiat cars & 2 wheelers owned not on Resume.
BTW I had Premier Padmini, Fiat Uno, Alto 800, M Dzire (VXi).
Currently I have Dzire DDiS.
Previoulsy 2 wheelers - Vijay Super,Priya, Bajaj Super, Luna Super, Kinetic Honda & most sick gearless Honda Activa.
Current 2 wheelers - Kinetic Flyte, Bajaj Super( Upgrade) & most incredible Bajaj Pulsar 220 FI
1) Linea TJet+
2) Nano LX Sp Ed
1) Dzire VDI 2008-2011 (great car, but just wanted an upgrade somehow)
2) Santro 2003-2008 (super car, was sad to part with it)
3) USA -Toyota Camry, Honda Accord, Honda Civic -(all pre-worshipped of course)
Dzire is the most hated car in TFI. Now, you call that a great car. You are now eligible to get banned.
Note:- Take it easy. The post was written in lighter sense.
^^ now we know from where that 80% came
Fiat Punto 1.3MJD EmotionPack
Tata Nano Lx
I owned Maruti Suzuki - Wagon-R LXI 2006 model. Had to change rear left side window glass & all 4 headrest when they were stolen in Delhi. Installed Pioneer music system & Nippon Central locking, changed an aging battery 3 months before exchanging it in June'12 for Line T-Jet+. I bought it in Nov,10 from Maruti true value. It was a hassle free car for small drives with 4 adults on board. Only long drive I did on that car was once to Delhi & another time to Nainital from Dehradun.
Actually, to put it honestly, the Dzire DDIS for me, was a boat powered by a rocket. At 100kph, I always used to feel it would leap into the air at the slightest undulation. Maybe because I was running stock 165R14 rubber..And the steering was too light. But FE was great (averaged 19 or so regularly).
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