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  • Q. I live in Mumbai I am a college student and I want a car under 6.5 lakhs and my usaage is city only so fuel economy is needed. Which would be the best suitable car?

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    Mayank
    Mayank | 2 years ago

    Brother its a perfect car for you, you will love it after purchase and you can use it not only for daily college but also for weekend rides.

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    Oommen
    Oommen | 2 years ago

    I get 24 km per litre of diesel in city and highway.if AC is not used, I get about 28 km per litre on high way. In city about 25 to 26.

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    Nishit
    Nishit | 2 years ago

    Well, for city usage, try to buy a hybrid car..running cost will be much lower. o/w Tiago is too good for your purpose..

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