PRANAB!!

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  1. Brand New Chevy Spark for Rs. 123000

    why doc ? people who are not so well if can really use this info.
  2. Booked my CRUZE LTZ

    allready wished you. Officially on the forum - Congrats ! even am booking it once my dads back in town.
  3. Luxury coach

    7 series all the way !
  4. Brand New Chevy Spark for Rs. 123000

    You contact chevy itself.
  5. Brand New Chevy Spark for Rs. 123000

    creativebala - What is your point here ? Just sharing the info - If your against it, then thats your problem. Its a blog.. stop getting personal..
  6. Hot Scoops on Mahindra Scorpio, Xylo!

    Well admins i guess you want the source - Here it is - http://www.vicky.in/straightfrmtheheart/hot-scoops-on-mahindra-scorpio-xylo-thar-and-w201/
  7. Admins i hope you dont mine me keep ACI updated ? with all the threads am posting. Back to topic - India has huge market for imported luxury cars. There is great demand for new cars as well as second-hand cars. The Exim Policy 2001 lifted quantitative restrictions on the import of second-hand cars. The import of vehicles shall be subject to the following guidelines of the Government of India: 1. (I) A new imported vehicle shall mean a vehicle that: - (a) has not been manufactured/assembled in India; and ( has not been sold, leased or loaned prior to importation into India; or © has not been registered for use in any country according to the laws of that country, prior to importation into India. (II) The import of new vehicles shall be subject to the following conditions: (a) The new vehicle shall- (i) have a speedometer indicating the speed in km / h; (ii) have right hand steering, and controls (applicable on vehicles other than two and three wheelers); (iii) have photometry of the headlamps to suit "keep-left" traffic; and (iv) be imported from the country of manufacture. ( In addition, the new vehicle shall conform to the provisions of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 and the rules made thereunder, as applicable, on the date of import. © The import of new vehicles shall be permitted only through the Customs port at Nhava Sheva (Mumbai), Calcutta and Chennai. 2. (I) A second hand or used vehicle shall mean a vehicle that :- (a) has been sold, leased or loaned prior to importation into India; or ( has been registered for use in any country according to the laws of that country, prior to importation into India; (II). The import of second had or used vehicles shall be subject to the following conditions:- (a) The second hand or used vehicle shall not be older than three years from the date of manufacture; ( The second hand or used vehicle shall: (i) have right hand steering, and controls (applicable on vehicles other than two and three wheelers); (ii) have a speedometer indicating the speed km / h; and (iii) have photometry of the headlamps to suit "keep left" traffic. © In addition, the second hand or used vehicle shall conform to the provisions of the Motor Vehicle Act, 1988 and the rules made thereunder, as applicable, on the date of import. (d) Import of second hand vehicles shall be allowed only through the customs port at Mumbai. (e) The second hand or used vehicles imported into India should have a minimum roadworthiness for a period of 5 years from the date of importation into India with assurance for providing service facilities within the country during the five year period. For this purpose, the importer shall, at the time of importation, submit a declaration indicating the period of roadworthiness in respect of every individual vehicle being imported, supported by a certificate issued by any of the testing agencies, which the Central Government may notify in this regard. (f) The vehicle has to be submitted for testing to Vehicle Research and Development Establishment (VRDE), Ahmednagar, of the Ministry of Defence or the Automotive Research Association of India, Pune or the Central Farm and Machinery Training and Testing Institute, Budni, Madhya Pradesh, and such other agencies as may be specified by the Central Government, for granting a certificate by that agency as to the compliance of the provisions of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 and any rules made thereunder. source - http://www.iloveindia.com/cars/imported-cars/index.html
  8. Following our big bang scoop on GM India products, I came up with unearthed few unheard information from the Nashik Manufacturer. Mahindra has been under scanner of my brains. Now here are the findings * Mahindra is becoming safety conscious atleast now. The scorpio which is available with ABS will now get Airbags. Mahindra would equip the top end variants (VLX) with twin airbags. The launch will happen in December or at auto expo * Following the Scorpio, Mahindra hot selling product Xylo would also get airbags * The new world class monocoque SUV which Mahindra is developing under the codename W201 is destined to launch in October 2010 * Mahindra
  9. Two used cars...Bought Palio 1.6 GTX

    Well Frg, you quote your price first - Anyway i got you a the perfect deal you need - Buy BRAND NEW Chevy spark for 1.2 lacks !!!!! read my thread.
  10. Which company's (brand) fuel you use?

    oops i missed out hp
  11. Which do you think is the best ? FuelRunGod2009-11-07 14:57:22
  12. Have anybody from Mumbai heard about Chevrolet Spark deal. This deal is between Advertising Company and Chevrolet and the owner of the car. Deal is like you have to purchase Chevrolet Spark however you want either on loan or full payment and your car would be hired for advertising the company ads. Hired in the sense only your all 4 doors and the luggage boot door will be used for ads. The car will be used for your personal purpose only. It will only be rented for ads for 5yrs (59/60months). Every month you will be getting Rs. 6000/- from the ad company from which you can pay your EMI and if full payment is done that money will be at your disposal. Incase if you make a down payment of Rs. 1,20,000 for lower model and rest on loan your EMI turns out to be Rs. 6000/- for 60months. So in that case you are paying only Rs. 1.2lacs and getting a brand new car. There is also some Agency fees of Rs. 21500/-. i don't no if it is included in the below calculation. I have no problems in somebody putting an ad on my car till it is the driving by me. how is this deal? anyhow i am also going to show this to my know advocate for any terms and conditions which can put us in trouble in future. Hoping for the best. If the car gets damaged it has to be repaired within 45days by the owner. The ad company will be changing the ads from time to time. You also have the keep the car clean for ads to be visible. there is a legal agreement to be signed by the owner and Ad company so if you remove the ad, the ad company will send you a legal notice or ask for compensation. If the car gets damaged it has to be repaired within 45days by the owner. The ad company will be changing the ads from time to time. You also have the keep the car clean for ads to be visible. there is a legal agreement to be signed by the owner and Ad company so if you remove the ad, the ad company will send you a legal notice or ask for compensation. Also you cannot go out of the city for more than 1 month without prior notice. Any disputes will be under Mumbai Jurisdiction. So it is all legally done. Source - after hearing about this from a friend > Did some research !
  13. On the sidelines of hosting an event in Delhi, Audi India has indicated that it plans to assemble more models instead of importing them as CBU (Completely Built Unit) in the country, in a bid to cut down vehicle overall costs. The Indian arm of the German auto titan, which is aiming to post a 50 per cent in the current year, has already firmed up its plans to assemble Q5 in the next few quarters. Audi India, which is selling seven models, only assembles two of them in the country. The company plans to improve this ratio next year, by assembling more models locally. Martin Birkner, head (Marketing), Audi India, told reporters in Delhi,