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Which one is more practical for a long-term use (6 years above), Audi Q8, Jaguar F-Pace, or Jeep Grand Cherokee?

That is super easy. You said - practical- right ? After dealing with most vehicles for over 50 years, here is my conclusion. There is nothing practical about owning any exotic car - period. I loved myJags, Porsche’s, Beemers, Benz, & even my fancy little rice burners. But none were close to practical. All were a pain to service, all very costly in more ways than anything else. Here is a actual fact. I just sold my wife’s high dollar Mercedes E class Sport Sedan. And guess what- I ordered her a new Grand Cherokee. It’s practical, easy to keep up, cheaper to insure, not a pain or hassle to deal with at the Stealership like at the Benz place, where all the wanted to do was charge for every little thing. Example- $750 for an oil change. Yes, I know all about the poor service at Jeep Stealership, We own a new Rubicon, no Stealership is your friend- period. But there are many good techs,& parts avaible to service a Jeep, & a hell of a lot cheaper. We did the research, & took many long test drives. These Cherokees are one nice ride for 1/2 of that high dollar Natzi Wagon. I hope that answers your question from a real practical and real situation.

What are the stocks to buy for long term of 15 to 20 years in Indian market?

It's not really easy to answer this question because the 20-25 years is an extremely long time period. A lot of changes can happen which can affect the industry, company, promoters , the entire ecosystem and political instability . But still i try to deliver a answer that can help you for long term investment purpose and staying invested for 5 or more years may be considered "very long term". My today's pick is TATA MOTORS(TTMT):- Company Profile:- Tata Motors Limited (formerly TELCO, short for Tata Engineering and Locomotive Company) headquartered in Mumbai, is an Indian multinational automotive manufacturing company and a member of the Tata Group. Its products include passenger cars, trucks, vans, coaches, buses, sports cars, construction equipment and military vehicles Tata Motors' principal subsidiaries purchased the English premium car maker Jaguar Land Rover (the maker of Jaguar and Land Rover cars) and the South Korean commercial vehicle manufacturer Tata Daewoo. Tata Motors has a bus-manufacturing joint venture with Marcopolo S.A. (Tata Marcopolo), a construction-equipment manufacturing joint venture with Hitachi (Tata Hitachi Construction Machinery), and a joint venture with Fiat Chrysler which manufactures automotive components and Fiat Chrysler and Tata branded vehicles. Tata Motors has auto manufacturing and assembly plants in Jamshedpur, Pantnagar, Lucknow, Sanand, Dharwad, and Pune in India, as well as in Argentina, South Africa, Great Britain and Thailand. It has research and development centres in Pune, Jamshedpur, Lucknow, and Dharwad, India and in South Korea, Great Britain and Spain. Tata Motors is listed on the (BSE) Bombay Stock Exchange, where it is a constituent of the BSE SENSEX index, the National Stock Exchange of India, and the New York Stock Exchange. (source : Wiki) Current Price on 06/06/2018 :- TheMy target price of this share is the minimum doublefrom here within 5 years. I personally feel this stock has a lot of potential and it only required patience from you. This is India's first luxury car maker in the world and the most important thing it belongs to TATA group which is symbolic of the trust and I am confident about the recent development in TATA Motors which shows the growth in futures. Company Management:- (source:- Moneycontrol) Shareholding Pattern : Reasons why TATA MOTORS(TTMT):- DNA of the organization is changing:- TTMT’s India business embarked on a transformation journey in 2016 to address challenges it faced in both CV and PV businesses. The ‘Turnaround’ program brought a single-minded focus on execution. It required a change in DNA of the organization and a renewed focus of the entire organization on things that mattered the most. This message was clear, right from the chairman to the person at the shop floor. This is new way of life, new culture at TTMT. Transformation mentality is embedded in the organization and momentum is there. Big change seen is a) a new mindset in the organization, b) a major focus on results and c) people have learned to work in teams. It is far more agile now and results are visible – for example, winning the new EV tender and supply of cars within four months. Sharp focus on competitive, consistent and cash accretive growth:- After seeing positive results of ‘Turnaround 1.0’ in FY18, it has embarked on ‘Turnaround 2.0’ FY19 onward. This is focused on building further momentum on its gains in the PV and CV businesses. ‘Turnaround 2.0’ is focused on delivering competitive, consistent and cashaccretive growth by a) winning customers and markets, b) building a profitable, fit-for-future product portfolio and c) driving operational efficiency and capital productivity. This should result in profitable (improve EBIT margins to 3-5% in three years and 5-7% in the long term), sustainable (FCF-positive) market share gains in both the businesses. While in CVs it would help to consolidate its leadership position, in PVs it will bring it closer to its aspiration of being the third largest player. It is focused on reducing financial leverage through operational improvement and monetization of cash from non-core assets. However, it is not currently looking at monetizing its investment in JLR. PV: Aiming for sustainable and profitable growth of PV business Its PV business is witnessing an improvement in market share, led by healthy response to new-generation products. This has not only resulted in NPS score improvement from -1 to +14 in three years (one of the fastest improvement in the world), but also bettered the JD Power Customer Satisfaction Index from 847 to 877 (2nd rank in India). It is aspiring to be the third largest player in the Indian PV industry and hopes to be in the consideration set of car buyers in India. Differentiation design strategy to challenge industry: Management believes that, as a challenger, TTMT is responding differently with exciting, expressive and extraordinary product design. This helped TTMT to gain reasonable success in its last four launches. Focusing on ‘Turnaround 2.0’ and ‘Accelerated Growth’ to win sustainably: TTMT is focusing on levers of ‘Turnaround 2.0’ (sales enhancement, increased capacity utilization, cost reduction and efficient capex) for immediate actions. For long-term growth, it is focusing on ‘Accelerated Growth’ strategies (focused around expansion of product portfolio, unique brand marketing strategy, improved customer service, enhanced network and quality). Leverage platforms to expand product portfolio: TTMT expect to leverage two modular platforms – Alpha and Omega (based on LR platform) – to make business capex efficient and have commonality of parts. TTMT has six platforms with around 9-10 products. With these two platforms, it expects to launch several new products with an aim to expand the segment coverage to over 90% of the industry (v/s 50% currently). Significant network expansion to aid growth: TTMT is targeting network expansion in new and existing markets through new formats. The total number of dealership expanded to 746 in FY18 (v/s 445 in FY15), covering 626 cities (v/s 359 in FY15). It potentially can increase its coverage to ~2,000 cities. New Products, Healthy Chinese Volume & Lower Hedging Losses to Benefit JLR Despite ongoing slowdown in Europe and other key markets, JLR’s new launches i.e. New F-Pace, E-Pace, Discovery Sports and Velar received good response in FY18. It further plans number of new launches over next 2 years starting with I-Pace on EV platform. While volume from Europe and UK is expected to remain subdued, we expect US sales to witness improvement soon. Further, healthy volume from Chinese market would be key volume driver for JLR, going forward. We expect JLR’s margin to expand in FY20E, as incentives/discounts are expected to be lower. Moreover, loss on previously entered hedge contracts would come down over next 6 months with reducing positions of old contracts. We believe JLR’s strategy on new products and its huge R&D investment would start paying off in FY20E. Tata Motors Finance (TMFL) – can create value for TTMT TMFL is a value-creation model and no longer a demand-creation model for TTMT. TMFL has a book size of ~INR280b, enjoys 25% market share in TTMT CV volumes and has ~90% coverage of TTMT dealers. TMFL doesn’t do any subvention-based business and only lends on merit. TMFL not only acts as a captive financier for TTMT, but also focuses on supporting residual value of TTMT CVs by financing used vehicles. Used vehicle financing is a big focus area and expects to grow in three digits for next few years. By 2020, it is targeting a book size of INR500b (CAGR of 20-25%), sustainable RoE of 20% (v/s 13% currently), and maintain top-notch quality with GNPA of 2% (v/s 4% in FY18 and ~20% in FY16). At appropriate time, TTMT would be looking monetize part of its stake in TMFL. Valuation:- Strong product cycle positioning for all major JLR brands to aid volumes in FY18-20:~50% of volumes are likely to come from new/refreshed products over the next two years, as it launches two new products, six refreshes and forays into the EV space before its peers. We expect JLR's volumes (including JV) to grow at a CAGR of 9% over FY18-20, driven by 18% CAGR for Jaguar and 6% CAGR for LR on the back of the launch of two new models and six major refreshes. JLR’s profitability has many levers: JLR has several levers, both cyclical and structural, in the form of (a) favorable FX, as realized hedge rates improve from 4QFY18, (b) operating leverage, (c) cost savings on modular platform on full rollout of modular strategy, and (d) low-cost Slovakia plant. The convergence of the multiple factors stated above is expected to drive up EBIT margin by 210bp to 6.3% in FY20. …though some dark clouds emanate from weak demand and adverse FX: Weakening outlook for demand in key markets and negative sentiment toward diesel would pose challenge for JLR’s volume growth, though it would still outgrow industry due to a favorable product lifecycle. Also, high volatility in GBP reduces visibility on margins, though JLR is working on a plan to create natural hedge by setting up plants in Slovakia and sourcing from Magna Steyr. Both these factors have potential to drive further downgrades to our estimates due to volume cut, higher variable marketing spend and adverse FX rate. PV business turnaround on the anvil? : With Tiago, Tigor, Hexa and Nexon having good start and new launches scheduled over FY18-FY19, ibelieve the worst is behind for the PV business. Breakeven point for the PV business is estimated at 55% utilization levels, which could be achieved in the next 2-3 years. This could add 6-7% to our FY19 SOTP. Fundamental view by S.P tulsain on TATA MOTORS:- SP Tulsian on Tata Motors: I Would Buy the Stock at Current Level | CNBC TV18 Financial Statement:- (source:-motilal oswal, Reliance securities , company ) TATA Motors Annual Analyst Meet:- https://www.tatamotors.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/05125415/Annual-Analyst-Meet-2018.pdf The message was very clear – a) DNA of the organization changing toward being frugal, agile and accountable, b) a sharp focus on competitive, consistent and cash-accretive growth in both businesses and c) continued laser-sharp focus on cost and capex optimization Hope this answer will help you take optimal decision.

I've had many warnings not to buy a used BMW. Can anyone give a positive reason TO buy one?

I have driven a total of 4 Beemers over the years but only one was used. My first was a Series 3 saloon that was a company car. No problems, unlike my previous Toyota Camry that was always in the garage as it needed servicing every 6000KM! Towards the end I noticed that the range was getting lower and lower and I suspect there was a build-up of silt in the petrol tank. But I handed it back before it got investigated. Next up was a BMW X3 (first edition). No issues but it hopped around the road like a frog thanks to its high centre of gravity, small wheels and generally poor ride characteristic. Next came an Audi Q5. That burnt oil like a stove. I gathered that it was a “known feature” and the worst examples that were burning oil at a rate of a litre every 5000KM or less qualified for an engine rebuild. Mine did not qualify. The rebuild would see the car off the road for a month anyway so I gritted my teeth and kept a spare litre of oil in the car at all times. Next up was a BMW Z4 hard-top sports car. This was bought used from the BMW dealership as a fun car since it was impractical as a primary vehicle. It was an amazing car to drive and stuck to the road like glue. No issues except that the suspension was hard even in comfort mode and this combined with the low profile run-flat tyres meant that every bump in the road felt as though the car would collapse on me. But it went like a bomb (it was the 3,5L variant). It needed a replacement battery after a couple of years thats all. My final BMW is another X3. It looks prettier than the first edition and the handling has improved beyond all recognition. I’m very pleased with it although its quite low mileage as I just park it at my city condo and use it to get around town whenever I am there. Its assembled locally and has a minor issue with window rattles that the local dealership has improved but not eradicated completely. 20,000 KM service intervals and 3 years free servicing. My current primary ride is a Jaguar F-Pace 2.0L Sprt Incredible long-legged vehicle that eats up the miles with no fuss. After almost 2 years no issues to report. Gets a lot of envious looks from kids in the know as its a very unusual car in Malaysia and even more unusual in Penang where I spend most of my time. I think there are only 2 in circulation here. Build quality is first rate, better than a locally assembled BMW for sure. 20,000KM/12 months service intervals and 5 years free servicing. The local Jag dealer also sells Range Rovers at twice the price and they are for ever breaking down I gather. Final point, the most common sight on Malaysian roads is a broken down Mercedes saloon. Not sure if they are unreliable or just because they are so popular there are more around. But even local marques like Proton and Perudua seem to be more reliable and there are thousands of these here.

After you got used to your new Jaguar, was it worth it? Would you buy another one? Why or why not?

I’ve owned 3 Jaguar’s from new in the last 8 years - an XF, an XF Sportbrake, and an F-Pace. I loved all three initially, but the F-Pace has put me off jaguar completely - the build quality was appalling, and the customer service from Jaguar and their dealer network has notably declined in the last 2–3 years. I’ve now sold the F-Pace and can't see myself buyng another car from JLR again

Are BMW cars durable?

I think that several good answers have been provided already. As an owner of a BMW I asked myself the same question for months. Arguably, at the end of the day, the best answer I received was provided by a local mechanic who knew how to work on German cars and it was that “if properly cared for, BMWs and most German cars can get to 300k miles or more”. The issue is that very few people properly care for them as it gets expensive and so the risk to buy a used lemon is fairly high. It is also not a secret that, I seem to recall, a bit over 50% of BMWs are leased. That is why in 2017 BMW changed the warranty to 3 years or 36k miles from 4 yr or 50k miles. They said that is what the market is asking as most people lease BMWs for 3 years and 30–36k miles. During the lease time, all typical services are covered and they even call you to bring the car in when it is due and it is free (brakes are not, but driving cars that are supposed to go fast almost without brakes it is always a bad idea, if you ask me, money or not money) so there is no real reason for the “owners” not to get the required work done. And the next buyer should get a car in good shape. But after that, the honeymoon is over, and everything has to be paid for and there is where the bad rap for luxury German cars begins. The normal wear and tear is not minor thing to consider either. On my Honda CR-V (21 years together and still counting, 301k miles together, I get 80–90k miles on a set of tires, I get about 80k miles on brakes). I religiously change the oil every 7–8k miles and get it serviced 3x a year and probably spend less than $1,000/year on average to keep it up. On my X5, which is still a tad too new to really say anything, based on the computer which tells me how I am doing, I can probably get to 40k miles for the front brakes and 55k for the rear brakes. Tires (run flats) I am probably going to get to 40–45k miles based on the thread wear and the amount of miles I have. And many tell me that it is already a major accomplishment. Oil change is set at 10k miles and, in my case, the computer told me I can get to 11k miles. Apparently, I drive it “better” than the average. I drive it fast, but I do not abuse the brakes, meaning that when I see brake lights well ahead of me I start to slow down. I did drive it at 110–120mph though. On my CR-V at 90mph it starts to feel like one is getting ready to take off… Fuel economy.. My old 1st generation CR-V gets 23.5–24 mpg with 87 grade fuel. My X5 gets 22–22.5 mpg with 91 grade. A newer CR-V gets quite a bit better mpg, but so would a BMW X1 or X3, a more suitable comparison. So on fuel, I am not feeling much of a pinch. I drive 30% city, 70% highway/freeway. During the occasional all-city driving, on a car like the X5,I feel like crying though. However, on all-freeway driving, like LA to SF, keeping a stable pace and coasting a lot, I got 25.6 mpg which is very respectable. Smaller and/or lighter models of BMW get respectable mpg these days too. That does not apply to the M-series, but mpg is not the reason one buys or leases those. Going back to durability. If you buy a used BMW, you need to pay close attention to the model and the year it was made. Consumer Reports has become sort of the go-to source for checking cars’ reliability. As of recent I started to become disenchanted with the publication for a series of reasons, but that is a story for another time. However, doing my research before purchasing my BMW, I notice that the reliability of the same model varied a lot by year. So for my X5 there were a few years in which it was possible to get a lemon, even if bought new! And other years were reliability seems to have become quite good. So, check the trend in reliability for the vehicle that interests you. Keep in mind that when new models are introduced, if important changes took place, the reliability records could mean next to nothing. In recent years, Audi managed to climb the ladder in matters of reliability approaching the likes of Lexus/Toyota, according to CR. BMW improved, but not as much. However, there is model and model. Series 7, for instance, seems to have awful records, no matter the publication, Series 3 seems the most reliable, etc. {ADDED: In early 2019, according to JD Power and Associates, Audi has gone down a lot, BMW and Mercedes have improved, Lexus Toyota is still at the top. Surprisingly Honda has dropped quite a bit. Porsche has made a serious jump forward. As I wrote earlier, reliability should be looked at on a year by year and brand by brand and even model by model and there are no general absolute scales of reliability: The industry average was 136 problems per 100 vehicles. How the major brands ranked: 1. Lexus: 106 2. Porsche: 108​​​​​​​ 2. Toyota: 108 4. Chevrolet: 115 5. Buick: 118 6. Mini: 119 7. BMW: 122 8. Audi: 124 8. Hyundai: 124 10. Kia: 126 11. Infiniti: 128 12. Volkswagen: 131 13. Mercedes-Benz: 134 14. Subaru: 136 15. Nissan: 137 16. Chrysler: 146 16. Ford: 146 16. Honda: 146 19. Lincoln: 147 20. Mitsubishi: 158 21. Mazda: 159 22. GMC: 161 23. Cadillac: 166 24. Jeep: 167 25. Jaguar: 168 26. Acura: 171 26. Ram: 171 28. Dodge: 178 29. Volvo: 204 30. Land Rover: 221 31. Fiat: 249 ===============================================================) Is it really worth the risk? I mean, is the driving experience so much better on a BMW than, say a Honda or a Toyota, to justify all the extra money to sink in the car to properly maintain it? That is a personal matter. Some people buy BMW or Mercedes or Audi to make a financial statement. Those, and I am among them, who bought it because they enjoy the car and the way it drives, may have different ways to look at it. I enjoy the feel of driving the X5 and I compared it to Lexus RX 350, Audi Q7, Volvo XC60 and XC90, Mercedes GLE 350, Jaguar F Pace, and a couple more. So, I did my research. I must say that after a few months, I fall asleep inside my X5, unless I can open it up and, in any case, a 0–60mph in about 6 seconds is not that impressive. Surely it is when I drive the X5 after driving my 20+ year old CR-V that gets 0–60mph in 8.5s, but it is not the 4s that really makes you dream. My wife and I tried the X5-M. Beautiful car, but it is brutal. Passengers can get sick if the driver does not drive it fairly slow and conservatively. My colleague’s M3 suffers from the same issues.. his elderly parents do not want to get in the car with him! But, ultimately, if properly cared for BMW and German luxury cars in general can last. It is just that the “properly cared for” is way more expensive than for a Toyota or a Honda. Trend in reliability has been improving, but it is not up there with the Japanese brands yet. And it may never be as they probably do not want to compete with them on reliability.

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