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I am going to upgrade my 2012 Honda City. The usage of this car will be mostly city use with less than 10 thousand kms a year. I am concerned about safety, cost of ownership (mileage,servicing, spare parts etc) and comfort. I reside in Mumbai. While I have been waiting for the Seltos, I was recently offered a pre owned, hardly driven (less than 10,000 kms) 2018 Audi Q3 TFSI for around 24/25 lakhs. I have never experienced either of the brands before but have heard mixed reviews about Audi's after sales service and service costs. What is your opinion - which would be a better buy?
Hey everyone ? I would like your advise on buying a used 2012 model Mercedes Benz C200 CGI Petrol, 65000 KM vehicle. What are the common and rare issues with this vehicle. What checks ? should I do before buying the car. I'm from Kerala and the vehicle is in Delhi, any tips appreciated. Thank you!
Guys, I am planning to buy a new car, changing the Koleos. Budget - 50 - 55 Lac. 55 is max, putting the extra five over 50 is also stretching it a bit too much. Looking for a sedan this time round. Self driven. About 1500kms a month. Once a month used on the highways. Looking for - Driving dynamics, Engine, Handling. Not shortlisted any as of now, but I am pretty interested in the New C class(both petrol and Diesel). What else can you'll suggest ?
I think this question has been asked a lot of times.... I tried looking up the internet but i was a bit confused, so here goes... I'm an amateur and i've bought a bike... What are the stuff i've gotta do to the machine to make it run at an optimum level? What are the stuff i should check for? and how should i take care of this two wheeler of mine? (P.S. Considering the levels of techiness out here, it would be nice if i got an answer in a layman's language....) Thanks in advance... (P.P.S mine is a simple non-gear bike... do be kind enough to consider this humble question).
New cars are getting more expensive. Petrol is again more expensive. Salaries? Not gone up so much, across the board- and still not enough to easily pay off the dues. Ultimately, first-time buyers or buyers who wish to upgrade have to turn to the used market. We now have plenty of used cars of good quality (no longer Premiers that need a push to start) that can save us a lot of money. However, getting easy finances is troublesome. Institutions do not favour used car purchases, and instead, encourage you to opt for a new car. What option does someone, who wants a car quickly but does not have the money to spend at one go, have at hand?