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Modi and his team have always been against triple talaq. Now that they have the SC's backing, I think they will quickly pass a law banning instant triple talaq.
It's important to note that only instant triple talaq is going to get banned. Regular Islamic divorce is till going to be done via triple talaq, but following a slower process (as in many Muslim countries, including Pakistan).
A car that you could practically afford to buy (with or without a loan). In other words, don't make up a list of sh*t like Koenigsegg Regera if you can't buy that without selling your kidneys. OK, may be we will have *one* of this, but put it in the can't buy list and say why (see my last entry).
Also, could you please list vehicles that you would have considered, but won't buy because of reason X or Y (please specify the reasons).
When I retire my present car, my "I want that" vehicle would be (I only have one entry for this list): WRX Sti Premium[^] - boxer engine, Suby's symmetric AWD, 0-100 under 5 seconds, and of course let's not forget how it could devour corners.
I'd NEVER consider the following vehicles although they could otherwise be highly desirable to me.
Mitsubisi Evo[^] - This will only run on 98 octane petrol, which is OK. But it needs to be serviced every 5000 KMs. WTF were they thinking?!
Golf R MK7[^] DSG with paddle shifters. Given VW's "f*** the customers because we now have their money" after-sales policy and their unreliable shitbox DSG trannies, I'd never actually buy any of their shitcans. A shame, because the car is great otherwise.
An used XFR-S[^] (if not Jag's dogturd-hit-and-miss reliability and abysmal servicing...). Not a fan of the supercharger's whine either. It sounds cute on a truck, but on a high performance saloon?!
An used M5[^] - For the v10, and a HUGE fan of the absolutely deceptive looks. But I'll give it a pass considering the more than desirable running costs I'd be willing to cop.
An used RS4[^] (An awesome car for enthusiasts, but Audi is unfortunately owned by VW and VW is a morally deprived, lowest form of pondscum of a company, and considering the practically non-existent consumer laws in this area here in Aus, a big NO)
I want this, but can't afford it:
An used Nissan GT-R[^]. Each engine is handmade. What an utterly brilliant car that could make some of the "supercars" cry like a baby that fell off its crib. I will hopefully be able to afford a one in the future.
It's not surprising to see that the top 5 are small hatchbacks, as it's been the most popular segment since I could remember. Manufacturers could get away with delivering crap cars when compared to the international standards as the majority of the populace only cares about "mileage" and nothing else. As a result, enthusiasts suffer as things like an M3 or an Evo would be considered exotics and would warrant a sky-high price to buy and maintain.