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The dragsters being informed about the new finish line.
1993 Nissan Safari Kingroad - Drive Home
This 1993 Super Clean, Diesel JDM SUV, is sure to turn heads, with
Aluminium Rims, and A sweet Roof Basket, and 8 Seater, this Truck can go
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Hyundai Eon vs Maruti Suzuki Alto 800 - Road Test
http://www.motorbeam.com/ pits the Alto 800 against the Hyundai Eon. Both
the Maruti Alto 800 and Hyundai Eon are entry level small cars which are
apt to buy for first time car buyers. The Alto 800 is much cheaper with a
starting price of Rs. 2.93 lakhs, while the Hyundai Eon range starts at Rs.
3.28 lakhs. Both the Alto 800 and Hyundai Eon are powered by 800cc,
three-cylinder engines which have slight bit of vibrations. The Alto 800
produces 47.5 BHP of power and 69 Nm of torque. The Hyundai Eon produces 55
BHP of power and 75 Nm of torque. Both cars are mated to a 5-speed manual
gearbox. The Alto 800 returns marginally more fuel mileage than the Hyundai
Eon. The Alto 800 doesn't offer the same level of quality of style as the
Hyundai Eon, which feels more modern inside-out.
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Maruti Suzuki's new Alto 800 on takes the Hyundai Eon
It's yet another bestseller Maruti Suzuki has on its hands. Attractive
prices have meant sales have already booming. But is it better than its
arch rival, the Hyundai Eon?
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With its desirable Swift supermini, Suzuki proved it could make a small car
with character. But while the Alto is cute, it feels bland inside. Suzuki
charges more for it than the identical Nissan Pixo (developed alongside it)
and in doing so raises expectations of quality and driver appeal. It gets
the basics right: the ride is mostly comfy, it's spacious up front and
cheap to run. However, the boot is tiny, the driving position doesn't
adjust much, and the top spec is priced against superior rivals like the VW
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