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  1. Thank God that the cops here in Mumbai are not cracking down guys with sun-films atleast as of now. I hope the Supreme Court reviews its decision and makes it clearer regarding the permissible limits as sun-films are a necessity more than a luxury in a country like India.
  2. For many years sun-films in which are those plastic-ky sheets glued to the glass/ window surfaces of our automobiles have protected us from the summer heat and all the harmful rays, given us privacy while on the road amidst the erratic and sometimes threatening city conditions, prevented the glass from shattering at the time of an accident and which have now been banned by our hon'ble Supreme Court (let's keep that for another day!!) The point of me starting this thread here is to help new members to make their decision regarding the brand and price of sun-film for their new car. Hence, lets share the details of our films. Here goes: Car: Ritz Brand: Garware Transparency: 50% sides and rear windscreen Cost: Rs. 1,100/ Fitted at: Opera House, Mumbai
  3. How can the size of the ventilated front discs be bigger than the size of the wheel. I am sure there is an error somewhere.
  4. The current I20 is quite striking to look at. This new one on the other hand has a very busy front end with a host different geometric designs all clubbed together to scream "look at me". As much as I like the front headlamps, the rest of the face is just too loud for my liking. Something like a girl with seductive eyes carrying a french beard . The side profile is not too different than the current one and the rear bumpers are just treated with a hammer. I had always felt that the I20 needed a facelift as it has been around for quite sometime but now after seeing how serious Hyundai has become with the Fluidic theme, I wished they hadn't changed the original design.