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Requirement: Small city car for a Hyderabad family of two. Distance covered per day: 35 kms on weekdays, 40 kms on Sundays I've checked out the i10 & Figo, though they are on the higher side. Was also considering the Beat (though initial budgetary calculations said, go for the Spark). Q1: Should I go for a diesel, considering my distances? Q2: Everyone who says Figo is nice, is speaking of the Diesel. How is the Petrol? Is an i10's significantly better? Q3: Chevy is easier to own and maintain for 3 years. Would they be costlier to maintain after that, than the Figo? Will I get a decent resale value for the small Chevys after the free maintenance period is over? Q4: I don't want to buy this month, because of the depreciation. If I book in January (when I think the next set of discounts will be), what should I do to ensure I get a 'manufactured in 2011' car? Q5: If I miss the Pongal (sankranti) discount time, when is the next in 2011, discount season comes again? Thanking you so much,
By Sherry Roy 11 November 2010
Expert`s comment:

Maintenaining Beat after warranty period wont be problem for its good performance and reliability. Also in the present scenario 3 years is quite a large time for owning a new car as chances of selling t and going for upgradtion is always there.

Answer by Shiva Shankar 11 November 2010
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