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NCAP results are very different for these cars as they produce different cars for India and different cars for export. Their kerb weight is too different for the export cars. Between these cars Honda City, Hyundai Verna, Maruti Ciaz is the priority list as City and Verna atleast carries 6 airbags. If you are really concerned about safety, you should try only Indian made cars that are tested in NCAP. Volkwagen Polo and Tata Zest, Toyota Etios, Ford Aspire scored 4. Volkswagen Vento, Polo 5 star edition, Linea scored 5. But if you want to choose from City, Verna or Ciaz.. either go with Honda City or Hyundai Verna.
Honestly speaking VW Vento is the best among any other car in this segment be it newly launched Verna,City or Ciaz. I'll explain you why. VW build quality is the best each door has safety bar inside for side impact protection. Doors if you feel it are strongest. Only Germans car have that feel. Company claims 6 years warranty on paint. The paint quality is the best. Even after carrying so much weight still the TSI version manages to be quickest. Diesel also makes the same performance but with lot of engine noise. Design has become outdated but VW is soon planning to launch Virtus Sedan replacing Vento. Ride quality, handling no one can beat this car. Only negative points this car has mileage, spare parts availability and costly spare parts. However spare parts can be repaired if you can find right mechanic for this car. We Indians go with mentality “ Kitna details hai” hence this car is not so popular but driving enthusiast will only and only recommend this car. If you wish to buy this car and opt for Diesel I would also recommend you to buy Extended warranty which will be a boon as spare parts I mentioned are costly for this car.
The Diesel unit in Hyundai Verna is more of performance based and also the body is bit lesser weight when you compare it with the body of the Vento so the drag is more in Vento while not that much in Verna and also the refinement, mileage of Verna are more efficient than Vento and this is not only because of weight in vento as it gives less mileage when you compare it with Verna and also the design also plays a major role in the efficiency too as the design of verna has soft edges while Vento is a stepup version of the Polo with increased ride height, space and boot so many parameters comes into play when we compare them.
The names of the cars you have mentioned are pretty damn solid in almost every aspect. But each one of them have their plus and minuses. But let me tell you something at the beginning, The Vento and the Rapid are exactly same cars except their badges. Also If you are looking for a mid size premium car you should also see the Honda City. So what I am going to do is tell you how these cars perform on different parameters. Let’s get started, Looks. Although this is very subjective there is no denying the fact that the Verna looks the most vibrant and young. It is really good looking. It has a strong street presence. The Vento is a car which will appeal to the guy who probably works in a MNC, goes to the office well dressed and likes everything in right amounts. He prefers coffee over chai. The Vento was launched a long time ago in India and it still manages to look good even after all these years with minor changes. The Rapid looks more or less the same. Then there is the Ciaz. This car looks very premium but is more of an old man’s car. I think it is like the HM Contessa. The Inside Experience. Now let me get it straight, if you want some proper back seat experience you better be off with the Japanese nibba. It has the best rear seat comfort out there, Massive legroom, rear sun blinds, all this makes you feel quite luxurious. But things are not quite as good at the front yes the materials used are good but there are hard plastics and the design does not feel as good as the Verna’s. Audio quality from the stereo is decent and the touchscreen interface is also smooth. Up next is the Verna. Verna has the best interior design here. It looks really appealing and the quality of the materials is top class. Rear seat wise tho it may not be as comfortable as the Ciaz but definitely is very good on long drives. The sunroof makes things quite airy. Audio quality is phenomenal as it gets one from the Arkamy’s and also gets a 3D surround effect . Punjabi songs sound quite lit in it. The touch screen is also quite nice. Next up the German twins, Vento and Rapid. Both have identical interiors. And they are properly built. They feel solid and built to last. Close the door and it makes the proper thud. Audio quality is quite nice and the infotainment is decent. The design could have been better tho. Driveability and Performance. Straight away here. If you are going for the top model diesel , The Verna is the one. 126 bhp and 260 nms is more than enough to make you smile. 0–100 kmph comes in 10 secs flat. The petrol mill is also quite punchy and makes 123 horses and 153 nms. It does 0–100 kmph in 10.5 secs. The Rapid and the Vento are also really good in terms of performance. If you are looking for the petrol go for the 1.2 which makes 103 horses and 175 nms. The brilliancy here is of the 7 speed DSG auto gearbox. 0–100 kmph in 11 secs flat. The Ciaz here is not that good in diese engines department. It has that 89 hp and 200 nms diesel engines. The 1.5 petrol is quite nice and does 0–100 in 11 secs flat. it makes 103 horses and 138 nms. But if you really want a petrol sedan go for the Honda city hands down. In terms of Handling , the vento is really up there at the top. It feels rock solid even at speeds of upto 185 kmph. Steering is good and it’s an ebjoyable car. Looks like the MNC nibba loves driving!! Ride is also quite nice. The new Korean nibba is also very good at handling in it’s new generation. Steering has a good response and feel to it.The weight of the car keeps it quite planted at high speeds. Also the ride is the best here. Really. The Ciaz has the perfect balance of two. The ride is really very nice but the handling is not all that fun loving. And although its planted, its not as confidence inspiring as the contenders. Effeciencies; Ciaz- petrol-21.5 and diesel 28.00 kmpl Verna - petrol 16 and 1.4- 24 kmpl and 1.6- 23 kmpl Vento- petrol- 15.8 kmpl and diesel-22.14 kmpl Safety. No doubt that the Verna and the Vento are the safest here. Vento being a VW is tank like and the Verna is right up there. The Verna offers 6 airbags in it’s top trim along with a host of other safety features. While all the other cars offer 2 airbags and ABS and EBD. The ciaz here is not that solidly built but its safe . Verdict . Pricing Suzuki Ciaz : 8.20 lacs-11.38 lacs Hyundai Verna; 8.09- 14.03 lacs VW Vento; 8.63- 14.32 lacs Skoda Rapid- 9–14.26 lacs. Suzuki Ciaz; A no nonsense premuim car which is not the best but makes a strong case for itself with bullet proof reliability and after sales service. Low maintenance. Hyundai Verna; Probably the champion here with excellent appeal, strong performance an premium feel. Low Maintenance. VW Vento and Skoda Rapide; A typical German car with a fuss free character. Strong in every area except let down by high maintenance. All these cars are really very good and offer high degrees of sophistication. It really boils down to one’s personal needs on which one to buy. Drive fast, Drive sensibly, Drive Safe. Hope it helps!!!
Based on the several constrains you could make a good choice. First decide whether the fuel type of the car you choose should be a petrol or diesel running variant. If you are looking for hatch backs given a choice for both fuel types you have a list of options given below Hyundai i20 (top end version) diesel which will cost you 11L on road approx Volkswagen Polo GT TDI if you would like to get the feel of adrenaline rush when u push the pedals Abarth Punto which is also a performance oriented car which produces 145BHP avalaible only in petrol variant. As well as Fiat punto Maruti and Nexa based cars are good but they have lower body weight when compared to these cars. So it rises question about safety If you are looking for a sedan at this cost you can't buy the fully loaded version of diesel variant unless given discounts. In that case you could go for Fiat Linea Skoda Rapid Nexa Ciaz Volkswagen Vento
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.
The B-segment sedan market is a highly demanding one. For some car buyers, it’s the next step after they’ve gotten that raise, and want to give up their preloved Perodua Kancil. For others, it’s the sweet spot in terms of manoeuvrability and size, without having to dive into the C-segment market. Aside from having to excel in urban driving, interested parties also have other expectations when shopping in this segment, including looks, equipment, handling, practicality and safety. The challenge for any automaker is to meet these needs, while slapping on a price tag below the psychological RM100,000 mark, which is where a large chunk of the market is at. The ,Volkswagen Vento, is the latest entrant to this battleground, ready to take the fight against established nameplates like the ,Toyota Vios,, ,Honda City, and ,Mazda 2 Sedan,. Does the European contender have what it takes to stand out from the crowd? Well, we went on a trip to Penang in the top-of-the-line Vento 1.2 TSI Highline to find out. On the looks front, the Vento is certainly a handsome looking thing. Though it may be a facelifted Polo Sedan, the significant exterior overhaul might trick some into believing it is a “Passat Jr.” The big changes take place at the front, with a larger grille with three chrome slats, followed by a restyled hood and bumper. The latter now features rectangular fog lights, which join the halogen headlamps. At the rear, the changes are more subtle, with a slightly tweaked bumper. Chrome trim pieces have also been added to the lower apron and bootlid as well, and there are new graphics for the tail lamps. Rounding up the exterior highlights are 16-inch ‘Syenit’ five-twin-spoke alloy wheels with a two-tone machined finish. Under the hood, the Vento Highline gets a 1.2 litre TSI four-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine, a step up from the lower (Trendline and Comfortline) variants’ 1.6 litre MPI NA four-pot. Power for the blown Euro 5 motor is 105 PS at 5,000 rpm, while torque is rated at 175 Nm (up by 22 Nm from the MPI) between 1,550 and 4,100 rpm. Like on the previous ,CBU Polo Hatch,, the partnering transmission is a seven-speed DSG dual-clutch unit. As for equipment, the Highline gets Climatronic auto air-con, leather-wrapped multi-function steering wheel and gearknob, cruise control and a 320G multimedia headunit with four speakers. Other convenient items include a three-way height-adjustable armrest and rear air-con vents. Safety-wise, the Highline is rated with a five-star ASEAN NCAP safety rating, as it comes with ABS, brake assist, ISOFIX child seat anchors, four airbags (dual front and sides) and an Intelligent Crash Response System (ICRS). Electronic stability control and hill-hold assist are exclusive to the Highline as well. So far, the Vento impresses with its equipment list. However, some may argue that for the RM94,461 on-the-road price (excluding insurance), it may leave you wanting. For instance, the City comes with two extra airbags in its highest ‘V’ variant, while the Mazda 2 Sedan comes with LED headlamps and a heads-up display (at the cost of two airbags). Keep in mind that both are priced below the Vento. So, where does the extra ringgit go? Well, the powertrain is a good start. The pint-sized 1.2 litre TSI turbo mill may not generate as much horsepower as the larger 1.5 litre powerplants in its rivals, but it has a lot more torque than both. Translated to on-the-road performance, the engine propels the Vento’s 1,178 kg kerb weight with ease and urgency. The seven-speed DSG is as you’d expect, providing quick and seamless shifts when operated manually via the gear lever (no paddle shifters here). Left to its own devices, the dual-clutch box does take a moment to respond to a sudden dose of throttle input. According to Volkswagen, the 1.2 TSI and seven-speed DSG combo provides a claimed fuel consumption figure of just 5.5 litres per 100 km (combined). Moving on from the engine, our test drive involved sections of highway and B-roads. Out on the highway, the Vento displayed an impressive level of refinement, soaking up the road deformities effectively. The ride is firm but still supple enough to iron out the odd bump here and there. It feels a tad bit better than the City, and much less busier than the Mazda 2 Sedan. Wind noise is also kept at a minimum, unless you plan to exceed the legal speed limit of 110 km/h. On the downside, the ‘Cable’ fabric-upholstered seats could use some improvement to lower back support to better facilitate long-distance driving comfort. However, those not involved in the driving will be pleased to know that there is an ample amount of legroom available (better than the Mazda). Rear air-con vents are also available for passengers, although they aren’t exactly powerful blowers. When tackling the twisty bits, the Vento did well to keep its composure, aided by tyres that are wider than those found on its rivals – 215/45. Planted is one way to describe the Vento’s handling, with understeer kept under control during a brief sprint along Penang’s coastal roads. The steering isn’t the most communicative due to its electrical assistance but responds quickly enough. Again, the 1.2 TSI powertrain excelled in its role around the bends as well. The Vento also exhibited its impressive handling prowess during a controlled exercise, where we had to execute a quick double lane change. Compared to some of its rivals that showed up during the day, the Vento was the last to be associated with the words “jittery” and “nervy.” Let’s just say that certain models we tried proved to be quite a handful during the exercise. Moving on to practicality, the Vento unfortunately will not snatch the “king of packaging” title from the Honda City. Its 454 litres of boot space beats the Mazda 2’s 410 litres, but loses out to the City’s 536 litres. Cabin stowage space echoes the same tune here, just shy of what the Honda can offer, but better than the Mazda. Speaking of the cabin, there’s not much in the way of “showroom attractions.” The multimedia headunit does the usual radio, Bluetooth and such, but doesn’t come with HDMI input or navigation. Neither do you get keyless start or a heads-up display. You do get a nice Golf Mk7-like flat-bottomed steering wheel, multi-info trip computer display and auto air-con though. It’s very functional, but there’s nothing beyond that. To sum up, the Volkswagen Vento delivers a wonderful driving experience thanks to its punchy powertrain and lovely dynamics that epitomises German engineering. Beyond that, the Vento’s vulnerabilities are exposed when it comes to its feature set, of which the Honda and Mazda can offer more, and at a more enticing price tag. Does that make it a bad car? Not in the slightest, because the Vento provides a much more composed drive compared to its rivals, which is something you’ll have to try to believe.
Volkswagen is the best option to go with, since being good safety options missing in Honda city such as ESP and Brake Assist. ESP allows to control the steering wheel at high speeds where as driving City over 120 kmph slight loss in stability can be observed. Pickup power 250 NM is an amazing experience in Vento. German auto makers are not fancy providers like Touch Screen , Auto AC etc., They never compromise on safety and they always eye on good NCAP rating to grab the market universally. Rear Parking camera in Honda city scores and offers good comfort for reverse options. Safety aspect always outlines car purchase where as infotainment features have to be weighed at low /average profile. The Kerb weight and material used in Vento outweighs than Honda City. Hence Vento would be the best option.
Yes, it was underpowered. But the new facelift isn’t. Now, it gets a 1.5L K15 petrol engine which can produce maximum power of 103 bhp and maximum torque of 138 Nm. It now competes well with its rivals like Skoda Rapid, Volkswagen Vento. The diesel engine is 1.3L DDiS 200 Multijet Diesel engine which produces maximum power of 89 bhp and maximum torque of 200 Nm. This also doesn’t feel underpowered due to its light weight but still lags under 2000 RPM. Hope this helps. Thank You!!
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