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Should I buy Beat Petrol PS?

Hi guys,

I am planning to buy a car and my budget is around 4.2 l. Beat Petrol PS is coming under my budget. Please advice. Also, as per my knowledge, Beat Petrol gives average of 14 kmpl in city. Is it correct?

My usuage will be around 10,000 km/year and would like to buy a car with good mileage.

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Yes Beat PS is a good option for budget under 4 lacs, but I'd advice you to atleast stretch upto Beat LS-mid version, which boasts of Front Power Windows, Central locking & many other goodies. Since with the recently found love with Diesel cars, Petrol cars are getting better deals now, as most of them comes with lots of freebies like Free Basic Accessories, Free Insurance, Free 3-year Maintenance package(only with Chevrolet cars), etc.

Do try to bargain hard & get the Beat LS. Its really a good car.

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+1 to you doc.The Beat is an awesome car.but I seriously think that you need to get something like the LS model.Do consider the Hyundai i10.tThat too is a very good car.!

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@vignesh

I sat in a i10 few day back and found it a little tight on space. Whereas i found beat better spacious(leave boot space) and fresh.BTW i have no grudge against i10. But i don't like to go conventional way(read Maruti/Hundai) Anyways its my personal opinion.Before finalising Polo i was about to book and buy a beat.This was the only car i liked other than Polo.

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@sras - don't stretch your budget as the prevailing economic climate is not conducive for stretching budget.

Why don't you try out Alto K10 vxi  if its within  your budget?

GOLF2011-08-09 14:52:28

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@sras - don't stretch your budget as the prevailing economic climate is not conducive for stretching budget.Why don't you try out Alto K10 vxi? if its within? your budget?

These two cars sits at opposite poles of earth. How a person who wish to own a Beat will settle for a ALTO.

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@Ashikawa:

In my views,GOLF is simply trying to express his concern about the current or on-coming economic crisis,which seems to be really coming.So if thinking from head,his advise too can be considered.

Still in my views,BEAT is also not that expensive,but right now a Wagon-R or Ritz may be better.

I'd advise to get a fully loaded Wagon-R VXi instead of a stripped Beat.

Yesterday,in a meeting from a leading company which has many offices in India(Won't tell its name as it may result in panic here in forum too).Actually four of our trucks are in contract with that company and yesterday they told us that "Right now we may have to hold our bills for some months or contracts may be ended because there are some economical problems".I still remember last time during recession all our payments were stopped and we were paid the complete bill after a gap of 8 moths.

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