Recently my friend bought FSt+ P and I got a chance to drive for around 250 km in plains and hills of Assam and Meghalaya. I enjoyed the driving with this little and adequate tank. But getting upset about not having the following facility which I am going to describe it. No left forearm support for a driver with utility box no light for the back seat even age-old ambassador was also having. no 60/40 back seat as it is most essential for rainy places like Meghalaya. No projector light as everybody likes getup also as well as pick up, but here no question regarding pickup but no getup as no DRL. The dark ceiling makes the cabin too dark even during day time too. Lastly, for T+ no one can use seat cover as both the front seat is having airbag fitted on the side of the seats. If you cover it with seat cover then you are not going to get the facility of the airbag during the accident. and if you are not covering Your seat which is made of fabric then in the long run dust, dirt everything will be deposited on the seat and ultimately will make your seat like a dust bin which you can't avoid in the future. Apart from this everything is superb.unique safety features are here which no other car can give you at this price range.
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