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Blew hole in engine block but car was maintained. car has 30 000km. May be driven hard but nothing off road. inline 4 cylinder

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Should be covered in the warranty

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Before you buy any old model, make sure parts must be easily available in the market.As, it only ran 30,000Km, make sure that all the parts are in working condition.

Remember, A car requires to be maintained from time to time.

My bet - Not to buy.

Rest on you.

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