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I prefer ,Honda City, Since, The 2020 All New Honda City has been dispatched in India. A fifth era for the City, it is being offered in three trims that incorporate V, VX and ZX. There are five tones including brilliant red metallic, platinum pearl white, present day steel metallic, brilliant earthy colored metallic and lunar silver metallic. The costs range from Rs 10.89 lakh to Rs 14.64 lakh (all costs, ex-display area, Delhi). Highlight insightful, the All New City is outfitted with another full LED light bundle, path watch help camera, environment control, sunroof, 8.0-inchtouchscreen infotainment framework with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and tallness change driver seat. All forms get three-point safety belts, head rest for second line center traveler, ISOFIX kid seat mounting focuses, double front airbags and ABS with EBD. The top-spec ZX variation gets six airbags. There are two motor alternatives for this fifth era Honda City. The 1.5-liter I-VTEC DOHC petroleum motor produces 119bhp/145Nm and can be had with a six-speed manual or a CVT. The diesel motor is Honda's 1.5-liter I-DTEC unit delivering 98bhp/200Nm of force and mated to a six-speed manual as it were. The petroleum MT returns an eco-friendliness of 17.8kmpl, while the CVT returns 18.4kmpl. The diesel MT returns an eco-friendliness of 24.1kmpl. Read more While the Volkswagen , The Volkswagen Vento has gotten a midlife update with new arrangement of restorative and highlight overhauls. The new Vento is presently accessible in streak red shading choice, notwithstanding the current shading alternatives like the nightfall red, reflex silver treats white, carbon steel, lapiz blue and toffee earthy colored. Outside changes, which are generally critical for the vehicle include another grille, new front and back guards and a refreshed plan for the combination wheels. The Volkswagen Vento gets another GT Line version that includes a dark rooftop, GT Line side foil and bumper identification, dark ORVM cap and a back spoiler. The lodge stays pretty much unaltered and on best in class models, you get touchscreen infotainment framework, environment control, double front airbags, ABS with EBD and an all-dark shading plan. It gets Volkswagen Connect, an availability suite that highlights trip tracker, trip sharing, driver conduct and measurement following, fuel cost observing and administration breakdown implication to the vendor. The Volkswagen Vento is being offered with a 1.6-liter petroleum motor creating 103bhp/153Nm just as a 1.5-liter diesel that produces 108bhp/250Nm. The 1.6-liter motor is just offered with a five-speed manual while the diesel can likewise be had with a seven-speed DSG. You additionally get a 1.2-liter super petroleum creating 103bhp/175Nm. This motor is mated to the seven-speed DSG. Read more
Maruti Suzuki CIAZ What you'll like: Clean styling & big footprint. Among the longest & widest sedans from its class Spacious cabin with lots of practical features. Rear legroom is particularly impressive Diesel & petrol, both, have segment-topping ARAI fuel efficiency ratings Soft, compliant ride quality. A suspension that's tuned for comfort Big 510 liter boot will swallow your airport & holiday luggage Maruti’s excellent after-sales service, wide dealer network & fuss-free ownership experience Loaded with equipment (7" touchscreen ICE, navigation system, rear sunshade, leather seats, key-less entry & go, reversing camera etc.) What you won't: 1.3L diesel can't match the performance of the Vento, Verna & Rapid. Has turbo-lag too 1.4L petrol has the lowest power rating in the segment. City i-VTEC & Vento TSI are in a different league Uninvolving to drive. Steering & dynamics aren't to an enthusiast's taste Mediocre under-thigh support of the low rear seat. Also, limited rear headroom for 6 footers Some might find the styling to be too bland. Rear end is uncannily similar to the Honda City Light build quality. Lacks the sheer solidity of its European rivals Honda CITY What you'll like: Practical diesel, fast petrol and convenient CVT. Take your pick Loaded with equipment (sunroof, feather-touch climate control, keyless entry & go, rear air-con, reversing camera) Extremely spacious cabin. Loads of sensible touches make it easy to live with Diesel & Petrol, both, have segment-topping ARAI fuel efficiency ratings Big 510 liter boot will swallow your airport & holiday luggage Light controls, slick gearshift and easy maneuverability for the city. Effortless to drive Honda's reliability & fuss-free ownership experiences What you won't: Same diesel as the Amaze. Outright performance & refinement levels are lower than the Verna, Vento & Rapid Front looks like a mere facelift. Too similar to the outgoing car. Garish chrome grille too Skinny 175 mm tires & boring alloy wheel design. Both need to be upgraded Light build quality. Lacks the sheer solidity of its European rivals Electric steering remains light & sensitive at high speed. No feedback either 6 footers will find rear headroom to be in short supply Some features missing (proper dead pedal, folding rear seat, height-adjustable seatbelts, boot lid cladding) Hyundai VERNA What you'll like: A great looking Hyundai sedan Well-packaged; sufficient room front & back Competent 1.6L power plants, especially torquey diesel. Wide range of engines & transmissions on offer Ride quality & behavior in the city Several segment-first features (reversing camera, keyless entry & go, electric folding mirrors and more) Top notch safety equipment including 6 airbags, ABS + EBD, all wheel disc brakes etc. What you won't: High speed ride quality isn't flat. Suspension, especially on uneven roads, gets wallowy 4 speed Automatic gearboxes. This segment calls for a 5 speed Under-thigh support of the low rear seat not as good as that of competition Volkswagen VENTO What you'll like: A well-built, robust, European sedan Clean and contemporary styling. Boot is superbly integrated. Stunning diesel engine. Mature suspension setup. Balanced ride & handling Segment firsts: Reach adjust steering, gear recommender, adjustable driver armrest etc. 1.5L TDI + 7-Speed DSG has come on offer in the ‘New Vento’. Safety features start from base variants. DSG variants get ESP and Hill-hold function What you won't: Electric power steering. The Vento deserves a pure hydraulic unit Quite a loud & clattery diesel engine Below-average after-sales service & support quality VW's long-term reliability and ownership costs are unknown Fiat LINEA What you'll like: The facelift still looks good compared to the competition, but bring the older Linea into picture, the older one looks far more clutter less and the timeless design stands out. High quality chrome on the exterior. The interiors have been revamped with the dashboard being new and bring in the freshness to the cabin. A couple features have been added on the already feature rich car. The inbuilt navigation and reverse camera would have been icing on the cake All the positives of the earlier Linea are very much present in the facelift. Excellent build quality, the ride quality and handling, steering feedback, superb braking ability are to name a few. The Linea facelift comes with the 1.4 Tjet motor as standard in the petrol engine department The car finally gets 3 bottle holders at the cost of the arm rest space Huge 500 litre boot The reverse parking sensors are standard on the dynamic and emotion variants. The Automatic Climate control is good, but the not as effective as the ones that were available in the Tjet and Tjet+ Variants that were launched in 2010. The AC vents have directional as well flow control now. Placement of the Aux and USB port, it's no longer a trouble to use 3 Year standard warranty with an option of 2 years extended warranty with coverage for 150,000 kms A+ braking capability for the T-Jet. All-round disc brakes a segment first and top level of equipment (including leather seats, Blue & Me, rear air-con and more) What you'll not: The Linea facelift deserved to have the 1.6 MJD under the hood for the diesel segment The interior space packaging not as great the Japanese counterparts. The lesser headroom in the rear for taller people The low speed ride might put off the chauffer driven kind of customers, but they will appreciate the ride when the speeds increase. The arm rest is more or less present just as a requirement as the space is sacrificed for a bottle holder The spare wheel is now a steel wheel and not an alloy wheel unlike the pre 2013 models for emotion variant. Increased weight on the facelift across variants and more so on the top end variant. Niggling issues & irritants (as reported by existing Linea / Punto owners) Below average after-sales service quality Small Dealer and Service Network
I own VW Ameo 7 speed DSG comforline plus. I have been using it for past 3 months. Intially i took test ride in Vento DSG itself, to get a feel of DSG and TDI engine. Vento, Ameo, Rapid all 3 have same diesel engine and same gear box. And front dash and till B pillar most of Ameo is similar to Vento. But the parts for Vento are from Bosch or from VW EU. Incase of Ameo its made from TVS motors. Ameo comfortline plus is approx 9lakh + ex showroom and 10lakh + for highline plus DSG and only lags rear legroom space. And boot is 315Lts and its tall boot. Both build quality is good. Performance of Ameo DSG scores better than Rapid or Vento DSG. Even mikeage of Ameo DSG is higher in Ameo due to less weight. Its smart move from VW for India. The price of Vento and Ameo comparing only DSG model is close to 4lakh +. Ameo DSG option only in diesel trend and in Vento both petrol and diesel gets DSG options. Both cars are confidence inspiring on highways. Both Vento and Ameo have same size tyres and same quality interiors, and great drivability. Vento gets larger boot and good rear legroom. If you are looking for self driving car and rear seat for kids and occasionally elders then Ameo DSG makes sense. It saves a lot. If you plan to sit back seat most of time and the car driven by chauffeur then Vento makes sense but why DSG if driven by chauffeur?. It has one feature to move front non driver seat from rear with a lever itself to have more space. Vento C pillar looks proportional and makes side profile very premium. But Ameo also looks good especially Carbon steel color or blue one. Servicing cost of Ameo is lesser than Vento. Vento gets more color choices and new one gets DRLs too. All these will add more cost to vehicle.
VW overall has the best build. Especially it's VW Polo is known to be the safest in segment hatchback car. No.1 in safety- German Engineering undoubtedly. Design is Bland though! Since at VW They believe in simplicity. However, VW has the Best Automatic cars. It Uses most superior ‘7Speed DSG Gearbox’ whether it be VW Polo/Vento/Jetta/Passat or upcoming “T-Cross” suv to rival Creta. Rest carmakers use much inferior AGS/AMT/6Speed AT/AT+/iVT/CVT/DCT transmission in Automatics. So if it's the best automatic, especially in diesel... Then it's Volkswagen! No better driving cockpit & safety than VW. Looks wise, though best in that price bracket would be: 1. Honda Jazz/Amaze/City. 2. Hyundai i20/Verna. 3. Toyota Yaris/Etios Liva. 4. VW Polo/Ameo/Vento. WARNING: Volkswagen Servicing will cost you a bomb,! Compare this annual maintenance costs: Toyota Fortuner: र.2500/- (High end machine) VWPolo/Vento: र.15000/- (Basic car comparatively) Service network: VW is Poorest after Nissan. Even French carmakers Renault fares better. VW: has all core-essential features- ABS, ESP, EBD, HLA, paddle-shift, Best NCPA ratings. But VW will always miss many tiny but useful features like VW POLO has: No Smart-keys, No engine kill button, No Rear AC vents, No DRLs, No 6SRS Airbags (VW uses only dual airbags), No Rear wipers, No defoggers, No LED tail-lamps, No steering-mounted music controls, No rear parking camera(additional installation would cost 17k in VW Polo, even low end cars like Renault Kwid AMT 1.0L does come with preinstalled Rear parking camera), No touch screen infotainment systems preinstalled, No parking assist sensors, No remote opening trunk, No high-end music system like Harmon Kardon matching up its exotic price. [All this in regard to the most premium VW POLO GT TSI, a hatchback vehicle costing ,र.11,50,000/-, in Kerala,TN or states having RTO cost around 10%... Should be lesser in HP,Jharkhand,JK or other Union territories.] Imagine a hatchback like VW Polo, which is only a 1.2L engine with just 3 cylinders costing much more than Honda City VX MT, a full C-class sedan of 1.5L engine with 4 cylinders!!! Top end of the stable; VW Polo GT TSI still lacking so many features! it's Unacceptable!!!] And you may Google any VW dealerships and authorized service centres... irrespective they be of EVM, Muthoot, Popular, Pothens(Major dealerships in Kerala)... Have pathetic reviews and bad ratings... ,Volkswagen_India is most Un-German brand in India,..and Volkswagen dealerships in Kerala & India don't treat you the way Hyundai or Honda dealerships does. And any spare part would be quoted to be in import phase..so your vehicle staying in service centres would be agonisingly longgggg period, while you commute using other means..unless you have a second car. They neither do respond to your calls affirmatively ever. PS: maint cost is high and resale value is low. However VW engines have a very long life, unless you wanna change your vehicle after 15-18 yrs. if you're living in the city limits, do go for VW Polo...if you're in a tier-ll town... Depends please check your local VW Dealership's reviews & ratings. But If you're in neither of above two, it's ,“not recommended” ,since you may never find adequate service stations close by due to far flung services of VW as it doesn't have reach towards the fringes of our country, once in a blue moon visit to city just to service VW Polo might not be worth it and won't help the vehicle at least. I'd highly recommend that you go for Hyundai Santro, Honda Jazz/Brio, Ford Freestyle, Toyota Etios Liva/Cross or even Renault Kwid RXT. Would be anyday wiser to buy any other car than a Volkswagen Polo.
Hello there. Great question, this one. The Vento and Rapid are the same cars through and through. Same platforms, engines, transmissions. But what’s different? The packaging and pricing. These are the two things that would help decide which car suits your requirements better. Here’s what: 1. ,Pricing, The Vento and Rapid work with different prices, just like every other pair of similar cars in the market. The Rapid has a huge benefit in the lower variants while the Vento gets the benefits towards the higher variants (as of July 2020). Knowing VW, this could change anytime. 2. ,Apple CarPlay / Android Auto, A huge differences between the two cars is the Android Auto / Apple CarPlay touchscreen infotainment system. The Vento gets it, in a very clean, very no non-sense head unit. But the Rapid gets an android based system that looks very after-market. 3. ,After-sales, Between Volkswagen and Škoda, market confidence is better when it comes to Volkswagen’s dealership distribution and service touchpoints when compared to Škoda’s mostly single-dealer network in most cities. 4. ,Resale, With maintenance confidence better in Volkswagen, the resale-ability gets an advantage too. While depreciation, in general, is high for Volkswagen and Skoda, the Vento could go for a better price when compared to the Rapid. Having said that, if you’re looking to own ANY car for 7+ years, do not think too much about depreciation and potential resale value. 5. Colours and variants, The Rapid comes with a strange combination of variants and colours availability with those specific variants. For ex., the MonteCarlo variant comes only in Red, White. The Onyx variant comes only in Blue, White. The Vento has a more standardized approach to the colours and variants. Hope this helps. Information from:
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