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Thanks to this frugal diesel Maruti, we saved a lot on fuel bills. All the more to spend on Diwali shopping.
The diesel Zest with an AMT gearbox is the latest addition to our longterm fleet.
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6,200km report; Although not relied on for long drives, still good for daily urban use.
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18,900km report; the C-class has been racking on the miles steadily.
It may not be the most exciting, but this Maruti is a practical and frugal urban runabout.
By the end of its brief stint in our fleet, this Tata impressed us quietly.
Our longtermer handles the concrete jungle with aplomb.
Nine months after it joined our fleet, the i20 continues to be one of our favourite city commuters.
It’s tough to bid adieu to such an efficient and economical automatic longtermer.
63,000km report: It has been part of our fleet for a while now and is still going strong.
A brand-new three-pointed star has joined the fleet and we are already impressed with its breadth of abilities.
Hyundai’s impressive compact sedan proved to be surprisingly good and a great car to live with.
15,025km report: The Micra continues to be one of the favourite long termers in our fleet.
Maruti’s new sedan is not the most exciting. But it’s one we’ve warmed up to driving in the city.
Fun to punt around the city, but a slight accident brought into focus the Go’s flimsy build.
Tata’s new sedan finds a spot in our fleet. And it’s off to a nice start.
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