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  1. Guys, I have a FIAT punto emotion pack D 2009 model and i am happy with the cars performance. However i want to move from hatchback to sedan. Recently FIAT new Linea was introduced and by looking in the pictures it seems promising and value for money as well, though i haven't seen it in reality. The diesel emotion will cost around 10lacs but i got a used Renault Fluence Diesel of Sep 2013 at around 10lac as well (the new model on road comes at around 18.5 lac). This car ran around 7000 KMS. Fluence was always in my mind because of looks n space,but it will be always out of my budget. Now Guys is it a good idea to go for this used Fluence? I haven't visited the dealer to review the car but i saw this in pictures and it looks brand new. I have no idea about the after sales service of Renault cars and also the spare parts price of Fluence. Also don't know about the readability of this car. I can only see that more and more Renault cars are coming in the used car market after 6 month to 1 year of usage!!! Why? i dont know. Experts please advice. Also If anyone in this forum owns Fluence or any other Renault car, please let me know your experience with the car's performance, Renault's ASS and Spare parts cost / availability. Thanks All. -Raj
  2. Ok guys, so Honda finally decides to kill the once beloved Civic Saloon. Personally speaking, I am still a fan of its looks and interiors. It still looks as fresh to me as it was when it was launched. Also, tempting deals on 2007-08 Civics make me feel happy that pure Civic fans can buy a pre-owned one for as low as 4.5 lakh in some cities thanks to the ever increasing petrol price. and it makes me sad to see such a good car going for super cheap prices. As always, ACI has got this scoop, here are more details http://www.autocarin...g-on-civic.aspx