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Longish term review - Didn't want to jump on conclusions too soon.

Mahindra TUV 300 Long Term Ownership Reviews
Sharadkt
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Re: RE: Re: Longish term review - Didn't want to jump on conclusions too soon.

Postby Sharadkt » 21 Jul 2016, 12:52

starstalker wrote:how much did rogerab cost you and where did you get it fixed? does mahindra have any warranty issues if its added ?

It cost me 6300/- got it fixed at Premji tyres in Bangalore. Your warranty will be void in case of issues related to suspension parts.

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Re: RE: Re: Longish term review - Didn't want to jump on conclusions too soon.

Postby Karanzone » 22 Jul 2016, 23:37

Sharadkt wrote:
starstalker wrote:how much did rogerab cost you and where did you get it fixed? does mahindra have any warranty issues if its added ?

It cost me 6300/- got it fixed at Premji tyres in Bangalore. Your warranty will be void in case of issues related to suspension parts.

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Hi I had a chance to check with Rogerab and they claim it should not void the warranty but if the warranty does get void they would need it in writing that it was because of Rogerab and they would take full responsibility of any charges you incur for the shockers till the entire warranty period. Attached is what their 'Responsibility Card' looks like.
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Re: Longish term review - Didn't want to jump on conclusions too soon.

Postby Sairaj » 25 Jul 2016, 12:41

TUV 300 Rs 6,204 + taxes....might charge extra for fittings.

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Re: Longish term review - Didn't want to jump on conclusions too soon.

Postby Karanzone » 29 Jul 2016, 02:07

I got mine for 6104/- all inclusive, delivered the second day and fitting charges were reimbursed by Rogerab. Buying and after sales experience was unparalleled.


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Hatchback: Honda Brio Petrol manual
Sedan: Hyundai Elantra (Fluidic) Diesel Auto
SUV: Mahindra TUV300 mHawk100 AMT

Sharadkt
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Re: Longish term review - Didn't want to jump on conclusions too soon.

Postby Sharadkt » 29 Jul 2016, 10:37

Karanzone wrote:I got mine for 6104/- all inclusive, delivered the second day and fitting charges were reimbursed by Rogerab. Buying and after sales experience was unparalleled.


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That's great and my cost too was same. 100/- INR is online order discount I think. Please do share your feedback on the ride post Rogerab.


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