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  1. and the car already has K&N
  2. Pete's Tuner Box i dont think fits in petrol cars.. ma budget would be 2lacs
  3. Hello People, Can you please let me know the performance modifications for Ford Ikon 1.6 Nxt version? Thanks
  4. And also do tell me if at all i take the bike to chennai and sell it how much should i quote
  5. yes there is no need.. so now how much will it fetch.. can i quote 34-36k
  6. I have the noc and also paid road tax dude
  7. BMW might launch Mini Cooper in India German automobile giant BMW already has a presence in the Indian market as they are selling models including the Series and the 5 Series. The company is now considering launching niche products in the Indian market including the Mini Cooper here in India. Some other models expected to be launched in India are BMW X5 and X3 sports utility vehicles (SUVs) and the 7 Series model. The 7 Series is the biggest and most luxurious car from the BMW stable. BMW might launch their new BMW X5 SUV, which is yet to be debuted worldwide sometime next year here in India. Company officials also said that they are planning to reduce the service intervals to 10,000 km, instead of the 25,000 km service intervals, which is the norm in developed markets. source: news.techwhack.com
  8. Mini Cooper is premium classic small car from the house the British Automotive Brand owned by BMW. The car is slightly larger than both the Beetle and the Fiat 500 and this attribute of the car may prove to be a weapon against them. Mini is expected to launch in 3 variants: Mini One, Cooper, and Cooper S. The car will come with a choice of four engines in India: 95 bhp 1.4L engine, 110bhp 1.6L engine, 120bhp 1.6L engine, and 175bhp turbocharged 1.6L engine. The price of the car will be within the range of Rs 20-25 Lakh. source: carazoo
  9. The Hyundai i20 is a five door hatchback car which made its debut at the 2008 Paris Motor Show in October 2008 and arrive on sale in late 2008
  10. Japanese auto maker Nissan Motor plans to venture into the entry level automatic passenger car market in India by launching the 'next generation' car named 'March' by 2010. "We are hoping to launch the small next generation car 'March' by 2010. It would be launched in the 'A' segment category in India" Nissan Motor India Pvt Ltd Shouhei Kimura told PTI. The car is expected to compete with the other brand in the 'A'category and it would be manufactured from the NMPL plant situated at Oragadam, Kimura said. To a query, he said that 'as announced earlier we would have a total of nine Nissan models by the year 2012 in the Indian market and this car would be one of the new models.' "It would have 80 per cent of localisation" he said. Reacting to the signing of MOU with Ennore Port Ltd where Nissan would be exporting around 110,000 units by 2011, Kimura said the exports would include this new model which would be built on Nissan's new platform. Since Ennore Port Ltd sanctioned 1,40,000 sq.m of land for exports the company would export this car from here as well, Kimura said. He said the development of a 'A' platform is one of various initiatives taken as part of Nissan GT 2012, the company's new five year business plan. 'India is one of the five leading competitive countries to produce and export the new car in Nissan's global manufacturing network,'he said adding that intially the car would be rolled out from their Thailand facility followed by India. However, he declined to comment on the other three countries where the car is expected to be rolled out. On the number of cars expected to be rolled out from the facility, the Managing Director said it is "too early to announce." To market the new products the company has proposed to increase their dealership network. "As of now, Hover Automative India Pvt Ltd, Mumbai is the service provider for us and we would increase our dealership network from the present five to 55 by 2012" Kimura said. For exporting of its passenger vehicles and light commercial vehicles (LCVs), Nissan Motor India Pvt Ltd recently signed an MOU with Ennore Port Ltd. Primarily the exports would cater to European markets, from the second half of 2010
  11. Fresh off the heels of the refreshed Cooper Convertible's debut in Detroit, Mini will introduce at next month's Geneva show its more powerful, racing-derived drop-top called the Mini John Cooper Works Convertible. As you can imagine, it's more powerful, faster and of course, more expensive than the comparatively run-of-the-mill Mini Cooper S Convertible due out next month. Like the two other models from JCW -- the Cooper JCW and Clubman JCW -- the convertible receives all the uprated componentry derived from Cooper's racing tenure. Stiffer springs and dampers, bigger yet lighter 17-in alloys, stickier rubber, bigger brakes and let's not forget, a more powerful turbocharged powertrain, are all included in the range-topping edition. Under the hood, engineers optimized the supply and extraction of air from the intake and exhaust system to improve power to the direct-injected 1.6L four-cylinder. A more robust twin-scroll turbocharger running at 1.3 bar of boost was bolted on and is good for a maximum 208 hp @ 6000 rpm and 207 lb-ft @ 2000-5300 rpm (with overboost). Mini claims the JCW-prepped convertible can hit 60 mph in 6.6 sec and a top speed of 146 mph, all the while achieving an EPA rated 26 mpg city/ 34 mpg highway. In true JCW fashion, only a six-speed manual transmission will be available. Inside, all the quirky Mini-esque tidbits such including its aviator-style window switches and huge instrument displays make their way into the JCW drop-top. Appropriate badging inside and out clearly indicates this little Mini is not the garden variety Cooper 'Vert. U.S. deliveries are slated for this April at a price of $34,950 (including destination and handling), or around $7,500 more than the 2009 Cooper S Convertible.
  12. Hey i just wanted to know the resale value and yes i want to sell it and if u tell me where to do the same i ll do
  13. All I got this bike on April 4 2004 when I was doing my college wherein I had a fracture in leg which left me in bed for 2yrs. Till 2006 i did not even touch the bike. And when I started in 2006, the bike ofcourse had problems of not self starting since it was left as it is not touched. And i took the bike only to go my company which was only 1km from my house. In 2007 i came from Chennai to Bangalore and hence again didnt take the bike In the 2nd half of 2008 i got it to bangalore and again my new company is only 2kms from my house and i dont take it daily as I got ma new car and wanna drive it. So it was practically left untouched. I have serviced it and kept it.. It has self starting problem due to non usage and hence have to service it Any questions u can ask me. Varun
  14. Hello All, Am Varun from Bangalore, a new entrant here. I have a Bajaj Pulsar 150cc Black DTSi bike 2004 April model which I had run just 1848kms not even finishing my road run. The bike is in good condition. TN registration. But since It was not used most of the time, self starter is a problem which I can get it serviced. Planning to sell the bike and I need to know the resale value. Please help me out guys and if possible anyone interested please contact me at 9916132543. Thanks All