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    Default corolla gli 1.3/1.6 vs xli 1.3

    AA....i want to buy corolla gli/xli..kindly suggest me which will be best i have to go long routes like gilgit etc...as gli 1.6 is available only automatic...and 1.3 is under power for long routes..kindly suggest me which will be best for me...
    thanx in advance


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    my colleage took his xli to gilgit couple of times with full load without any problems or complains
    stay away from auto if u need to go uphill frequently
    Life is short and very unpredictable just like a Quarter mile .....

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    Needs a suggestion
    I want to buy a new Corolla but confused between XLI and GLI
    Actually i am short of budget. XLI falls in my budget but for GLI i have to wait for 6 more months to save some thing.
    Needs experts opinion that whether i should go for XLI or its worthy to wait and buy GLI.
    What extra significant feautres are avaialable in GLI.
    What is approximate delivery time for XLI/GLI?

    One option is to sale my exisiting car (city 2011) and buy GLI on OWN
    The other option is to book a car and sale City after getting new car.

    BTW I am personally against OWN.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mac11 View Post
    Needs a suggestion
    I want to buy a new Corolla but confused between XLI and GLI
    Actually i am short of budget. XLI falls in my budget but for GLI i have to wait for 6 more months to save some thing.
    Needs experts opinion that whether i should go for XLI or its worthy to wait and buy GLI.
    What extra significant feautres are avaialable in GLI.
    What is approximate delivery time for XLI/GLI?

    One option is to sale my exisiting car (city 2011) and buy GLI on OWN
    The other option is to book a car and sale City after getting new car.

    BTW I am personally against OWN.
    Get the gli as it is now coming with immobilizer which cannot be installed from outside. Wait a few months. But stay away from own.
    If u r in dire need of car then opt for xli.

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    bhai jan i am a honda fan but i never said 1.3 corolla is under powered, pata nahi ku under power bana di hai. it climbs well. go for the car which has nice condition regardless oof xli or gli

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