behind the wheel
Coincidentally (or not), on Thursday a vehicle with minimal amenities and a bargain basement price. A story in Tuesday's New York Times reported that the car would be priced at about $2,500, for which a buyer gets a weak engine, tiny trunk, a single windshield wiper, and no radio, air conditioning, or power steering. Update, Jan. 10: As expected, at a New Delhi auto show on Thursday.
Pricing for MDI's own cars, meanwhile, is expected to start at about 3,500 euros, with some models ranging up to about twice that price.
January 9, 2008 2:36 PM PST
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