Re: Indica Petrol
Your friend was very lucky to not have anything happen to him or his
car. I would still ask you to advise him to get his car checked.
And, in general, I would request all of you to NOT attempt driving
in such conditions.
LSi, March 2003, 42114 km, Chennai
--- In email@example.com, "A.F. Thomas" <afthomercy@y...>
>because I rode with him on Friday evening and the car seemed none
> I don't think he's going to do any special maintenance on the car,
the worse for the ordeal! Of course, it had picked up a dent on the
rear door which would need some work, but that's not moot. Still,
I'll ask and revert if there is anything to report.
> LSi, Oct'04, 11k km, 11 kmpl, Mumbai
> Message: 8
> Date: Fri, 29 Jul 2005 17:34:46 +0530
> From: RK
> Subject: Re: Indica Petrol zindabad!!
> Can you please ask your friend and reply the maintenance/tasks
> has carried out for his car after that ordeal, I am sure many ofus are
> interested in the state of the engine.Additive, Mostly BP.
> V2 Lsi, 13kmpl/City, 16kmpl/Highway, MH31CM2265, Pure Petrol +
>group) found that when the conditions are worst, the Indica V2 LSi
> A.F. Thomas wrote:
> >In Tuesday's situation, a colleague of mine (not a member of this
is the car to be in! He started at 4.45 pm from Vikhroli office in
his 2001 model and reached his Goregaon resi at 2.00 am (a distance
of approx 14 km) through nightmarish, road, traffic and flood
conditions. The achievement is that while Sumos, Honda Citys and
sundry other cars were failing to the left and right of him, his LSi
chugged along uncomplainingly(through large sections of hip-deep
water outside) and reached him home without any engine problem! He's
found a new respect and esteem for the dashed thing!
> >LSi, Oct'04, 11K Km, 11 kmpl