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I think this is a very valid question, though it’s a comparison between a sedan and a compact SUV which isn’t exactly apple-to-apple. The reason it is valid is because these cars are pretty much similar from a wallet perspective, apart from engines and features. There are many variants of the Vento, Creta and the City that overlap the same budget space. It is difficult to be completely clear on what you want - a sedan or a SUV, because from a value perspective you have two voices telling you contrasting suggestions. There’s one that says ‘You’re spending 14 Lakhs on a car, get the top end of the sedan’ and the other says ‘You’re spending 14 Lakhs on a car, why not get the bigger one and not bother too much about the variant?’. I think here’s where we leave those two voices out, disconnect and think rationally - bring it down to what YOU honestly want from a car. I’m not sure whether you’re looking for a petrol or diesel, but here’s how I’d put it based on some impactful differences between the three vehicles. You love driving If you’re looking for a petrol:, The Honda City takes lead here, mostly because of the 1.5L iVtec engine and a crisp gearbox. The recent update is a good refresh, but if you prefer the ones with a sun-roof, it becomes quite expensive. The VW Vento comes second. It’s got a punchy 1.6L engine giving you 105 HP. The Creta also has a 1.6L engine that giving you 123HP, a little more than the City. But what the Vento gets that the Creta lacks is the ride maturity, it’s got great dynamics that lets you enjoy the drive and not just be comfortable. The Creta works to keep you more comfortable, but may not excite you. ,If you’re looking for a diesel:, The VW Vento gets a 1.5L 108 HP engine, the Creta gets a 1.6L 126 HP engine (some variants get a 1.4L) and the City gets a 1.5L 100 HP engine. The Vento and Creta are equally great when it comes to diesel options. But what would connect with you better as a driving enthusiast is the Vento. The Creta would try to win you over with the looks more though. The Honda City’s diesel has a nice low end torque to it. But, the noise just puts you off. You want a lot of features, ,If you’re looking for a petrol:, The Creta goes wild with the features, but only with the top-end variant. There are only 3 variants for you to pick from - E,E+ and SX+ (atleast as of March 2017). The price difference between the E+ and SX+ is a little difficult to digest. The 2017 City and the Vento try to offer you a host of features. What the City has as an advantage is the sun roof. So this boils down to the variant of your choice. But given the gap in prices between the E+ and SX+ of the Creta, you’re better off slotting the Highline+ variant of the Vento or the ‘V’ variant of the Honda City that fall in between. ,If you’re looking for a diesel:, For starters, the Creta and City give you more variant options than the Vento. But again, the best is reserved for the most expensive variants. The Creta takes the win if you’re looking for a top-end comparison. If not, the Vento and City are mostly on par with impactful features other than the sunroof. You need boot space, Needless to say, the Creta rules it here. The City next and the Vento follows due to very marginal difference. You want an automatic, ,If you’re looking for a petrol:, When it comes to automatics, the Vento gets a 1.2L Turbo charged engine and a 7-speed DSG gearbox. The 1.2L engine provides the same power output as the 1.6L. The DSG gearbox is a driving enthusiast’s delight. The City doesn’t get traditional automatic or AMT, but a CVT - it’s great for commute but I don’t see myself enjoying it on a highway. The Creta gets a 6-speed traditional automatic that, again promises to keep you comfortable but not excite. ,If you’re looking for a diesel:, The Vento steals it here as well. The same 7-speed DSG with the 1.5L diesel, same output and a very exciting drive. The Creta’s diesel is smooth and slick, but again it’s more comfort oriented than enthusiasm oriented. There’s no Honda with a diesel - Automatic transmission combination, ever. You want good fuel economy, ,If you’re looking at either petrol or diesel:, The City, Vento and Creta have similar engines. The Creta is naturally heavier than the Vento or the City and has a higher power figures, so you can expect the Creta to be only marginally lesser efficient than the Vento/City. But there are a lot of factors that govern the fuel economy. I’d imagine each option fetching you between 10–11 kmpl in the city & 13–14 kmpl on the highways if you’re looking at petrol options, 14–15 kmpl in the city & 17–18 kmpl on the highways if you’re looking at diesel options A good resale value after 5 years, ,If you’re looking for a petrol:, The City steals the throne here, mainly because of the iVtec petrol engine. But, a high mileage vehicle need not fetch you good figures. Volkswagen Vento petrols aren’t known for their resale value. And I’d imagine the same about the Hyundai Creta as you can make a direct comparison to the Hyundai Verna with the same engine. This is primarily because the used car market is very sensitive to fuel economy and shy away from any relatively large petrol engine. ,If you’re looking for a diesel:, I’d expect both, Vento and Verna diesels to have a strong resale value. The City however, doesn’t impress the second hand market majorly because of noise. Hope I added some value in sorting out this confusion. 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Buddy, the cars you compare are from two different categories. Dezire 2017 is a sub 4 meter entry level sedan which rivals cars like the Honda Amaze, Hyundai Xcent, Ford Figo Aspire, Volkswagen Ameo, Tata Zest & Tata Tigor. Ciaz on the other hand is 4 meter plus sedan & rivals cars such as Honda City, Hyundai Verna, Volkswagen Vento, Fiat Linea, Ford Fiesta & Nissan Sunny. There price points are also different as the Dezire starts with a tag of Rs 5.45 lakh for the entry-level petrol model, going up to Rs 9.41 lakh for the top trim diesel AMT. Ciaz petrol trims are priced in the range of Rs 6.99 – 9.34 lakh. Though CIAZ now being a little old is still a better car & according to me it should be your choice. Be safe, Drive Happy! Cheers! Lalit Seth
This is going to be a long answer. So, sit back and enjoy the ride! Let me take you on a ride to my beloved ,Maharashtra, (literally means Great Nation). Maharashtra is one of the wealthiest and the most developed states in India. It is India's and also the world's second-most populous sub-national entity having over 110 million inhabitants (comparable to Mexico). Food Misal Paav , A spicy curry usually made of sprouted moth beans (matki) and topped with sev (Indian noodles). ,Yum!, Vada Paav, Distant cousin of Burgers, this cheap yet delicious street food is native to Maharashtra and originated from Mumbai! Paav Bhaji, Another native Maharashtrian fast food originated from Mumbai and now has become popular all over India Kolhapuri Mutton Rassa (Kolhapur's Mutton Gravy), ,Ah! This is heaven! , Coming to Maharashtra and not having ,ultra spicy ,Kolhapuri Tambda Pandhra Rassa (Kolhapur's Red Gravy-White Gravy) is a sin! Pithla Bhakri, Now this is a typical Maharashtrian food dish made from chick pea flour and eaten along with Bhakri (thick Indian bread) and is widely eaten across villages and towns of the state. Festival Foods, Ukdiche Modak (Steamed Modak), A very similar food to Momos but with a twist- they are sweet! A food as a part of religious offering to Ganesha! Diwali Faral (Diwali Snacks), A lot of different snacks that a Maharashtrian eats during Diwali festival! ,A divine combination of sweet and spicy snacks, indeed!, Puran Poli, ,How can one forget Puran Poli? , A traditional stuffed sweet flatbread with a spoonful of ghee which is served during almost all festivals in Maharashtra. Festivals Ganesha Festival, Mumbai's ,Lalbaug cha Raja ,Ganesha Pune's Iconic ,Dhol Pathak ,(Drum troupes) Gudhi Padwa, Celebrated as Marathi (,people native to Maharashtra), New Year! ,Another awesome thing about Gudi Padwa Celebration March:, Diwali Pola, A bull-worshiping festival celebrated by farmers in Maharashtra. Khandoba Festival, A six-day festival, from the first to sixth lunar day of the bright fortnight of the Hindu month of Margashirsha, in honour of ,Khandoba ,(Hindu God) is celebrated at Jejuri, to commemorate the fight with demons Mani-Malla. ,Note: This is different from Holi!, Makar Sankranti, Holi, Nature Maharashtra is one of the few states in India which has amazing natural resources bestowed upon by mother nature. Beautiful Konkan , Breathtaking Sahyadri Mountain Range, ,Bhandardara Falls, ,Mahabaleshwar, ,Lonar, Lake The Lonar crater is the ,world's only salt water lake, in basaltic rock, believed to have been caused by a meteorite hitting Earth around 52,000 years ago. ,History Now, Maharashtra has been known as land of warriors and thus, it has a great history behind it. The antiquity of this region can be traced to approximately the 4th century BC. Forts, Magnificent forts built by the great King Shivaji ,Shanivar wada ,(built by great Peshwas) Caves, ,Ajanta Caves ,(UNESCO World Heritage Site) ,Elephanta Caves ,(UNESCO World Heritage Site) Mughal Monuments , ,Bibi ka Maqbara ,(Tomb of the Lady) is strikingly similar structure to Taj Mahal which was commissioned by the sixth Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb in the late 17th century in the memory of his first wife, Dilras Banu Begum. ,No, this not Taj Mahal!, ,Tomb of Salabat Khan ,(AKA Chand Bibi Mahal) Chand Bibi was an Indian Muslim woman warrior who acted as the Regent of Ahmednagar. She is best known for defending Ahmednagar against the Mughal forces of, Emperor Akbar,. ,Tomb of Aurangzeb ,(Great Mughal Emperor) British Colonial Architecture, ,Gateway of India, ,Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus, (formerly, Victoria Terminus) (UNESCO World Heritage Site) ,Bombay Municipal Corporation, (BMC) Educational Institutes, ,Fergusson College, Pune , Founded in 1885 by the Deccan Education Society and Fergusson College was the first privately governed college in India. ,College of Engineering, Pune, Established in 1854, it is one of the oldest engineering college in Asia, after IIT Roorkee. ,University of Mumbai, Others Zero Mile Stone, Nagpur, A monument locating the geographical center of colonial India in the city of Nagpur. The Zero Mile Stone was erected by the British who used this point to measure all the distances. ,(Credits for the information: ,Kaustubh Mulay, in the comments.), Modern Maharashtra, Maharashtra has always been a land of opportunity. Being one of the most developed and richest states in India. Maharashtra possesses state-of-the-art infrastructure. Infrastructure, ,Mumbai , The financial, commercial and entertainment capital of India! ,Bombay Stock Exchange (Oldest in Asia), ,Mumbai Sea Link , ,Mumbai International Airport New Terminal, ,Mumbai Metro, ,Mumbai Mono Rail, ,Mumbai-Pune Expressway, India's first high-speed expressway. ,Eastern Freeway, Mumbai, ,Phoenix Market City, Mumbai, Largest shopping mall in Maharashtra and second largest in India! ,Windmill Farm, Dhule, ,Tarapur Nuclear Reactor, ,Homi Bhabha Atomic Research Center, ,Bombay High Oil Refinery , ,Pune: IT Hub of Maharashtra, Infosys, Pune ,Pune: Home of India's Supercomputers, India's PARAM series of supercomputers are designed and built in C-DAC Pune. ,PARAM Yuva ,(Yuva II records highest 524 TFLOPS), ,Pune: Automobile Manufacturing Hub of Maharashtra, Volkswagen Vento is made entirely in Volkswagen Pune Plant Housing, ,Lavasa, Pune, ,Imperial Towers, Mumbai, Tallest residential building in India! ,Antilla, It is deemed to be the World's second most expensive residential property! ,Amanora Towers, Pune, ,World One, Mumbai, World's upcoming super-tallest residential complex! People Great King Shivaji Maharaj, ,B.R. Ambedkar, Independent India's first law minister and the principal architect of the Constitution of India. ,Shri Balasaheb Thackeray, ,Anna Hazare, ,Baba Amte, Social activist known particularly for his work for the rehabilitation and empowerment of poor people suffering from ,leprosy,. ,Vikram Pandit, Former chief executive of ,Citigroup ,who saved Citi. ,Vijay Bhatkar, Architect of India's PARAM series supercomputers. Lata Mangeshkar, Legendary Bollywood singer ,Madhuri Dixit, Beauty queen of Bollywood ,Superstar Rajnikanth, ,Yes! Superstar Rajnikanth is marathi. His name is ,Shivajirao Gaikwad., ,Zaheer Khan, ,Ajinkya Rahane, ,Sunil Gavaskar, ,Little Master!, ,Finally, ,The God of Cricket! Sachin Tendulkar, ,No words required for this man!, , , Bollywood Did you really think that I missed Bollywood? Maharashtra ,is home to one of the biggest film industries in the world, Bollywood! ,Marathi Film Industry, Apart from Bollywood (which is mainly based in Mumbai), Mumbai and Pune take pride in being a host to Marathi Film Industry! Marathi film industry is the oldest and a pioneer film industry in India. The first Marathi movie released in India was Shree Pundalik by Dadasaheb Torne in 1912. ,Maharashtra certainly is a Maha Rashtra (Great Nation) and one should visit this magnificent land of warriors and saints once in life. ,*Disclaimer: All images belong to their respective owners. I do not intend to infringe any copyright laws., *,Suggestions are welcome! Edit 1: Thank you ,Anita Marathe,, ,Aditya Sapate,, ,Harshal Shailendra Gurav हर्षल शैलेंद्र गुरव,, ,Prasad Kambli,, ,User-9953425479814050678,, ,Prashant Ghuge,, ,Sheetal Patel,, ,Srinivas Borgaonkar, for promoting it!
Okay , I can understand the curiosity behind this question :) AMT Vs CVT Vs DSG: ,Automatic transmission cars are becoming more common than manuals in the current Indian market. With the increase in city traffic and the decrease in driving interest, a majority of Indian road users prefer just two pedals rather than three. Of course, automatic cars are surely the convenient option in bumper-to-bumper traffic and for those who are not particularly good at driving. That said, here's a comparison between AMT, CVT and DSG! What is the meaning? AMT, - Automatic Manual Gearbox, the abbreviation says it all, a manual gearbox is automated with a simple use of technology. The AMT is a clutchless gearbox and the transmission box takes care of the use of a clutch and removes the hassle of using clutch helps especially when in traffic. CVT, - Continuously Variable Transmission, this type of gearbox is technologically advanced and uses a single gear speed for acceleration, here too, it's a clutchless system of driving. DSG, - Direct Shift Gearbox, this type of gearbox is again advanced comparative to the above two gearboxes. This gearbox is a dual-clutch transmission; although it does not have a clutch pedal for you to use. It will pre-select the next gear and keeps it running for the gear shift and is much faster when it comes to shifting from one gear to the next. Which is more reliable? The reliability of the three gearboxes are directly related to the wear and tear, the AMT still uses the clutch mechanism and the CVT does not use a clutch at all, as for the DSG, it requires a dual clutch to engage a gear. CVT is the most probable gearbox for the reliability when it comes to daily commuting purpose, which will include traffic and a lot of 'stop and go' driving condition. This type of gearbox uses a single speed transmission, you might find this high revving & accelerating, however, there is not much of friction with several gears shifting. The AMT gearbox is reliable too, it is as good as a manual gearbox of a particular model, it removes the hassle of manual use of the clutch through a pedal. The most important aspect of an AMT is that it is cost effective and you can experience an automatic gearbox in your first car. CVT Cars,: Honda City,Honda new amaze,Nissan Micra,Maruthi baleno, Toyota Corolla altis. AMT Cars,: Maruti Suzuki Alto K10, Celerio, Swift DZire, WagonR, Tata Nano GenX, Ritz, Mahindra TUV300 As for the DSG, it is reliable when it comes to sports cars, DSG cannot be compared to the AMT or CVT, as the performance of the DSG is way too advanced compared to the other two gearboxes. DSG Cars,: Volkswagen Polo, Vento, Jetta, Skoda Octavia, and Skoda Superb Hope this clarifies everything I guess :) Choose wisely!
Both 2020 Hyundai Verna and Volkswagen Vento are available with a 1.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine,.But that's not all for the new Verna is also available with new engine options -- 1.5-litre petrol, 1.5-litre diesel, and a 1.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine. Dimensions - verna bigger then vento,more wheelbase but less boot space Verna have more bhps but little less torque (-3nm) Vento available in 6- MT/AMT & Verna comes with 7 DCT Price verna starts 10.74lac & vento 9.96 lac Vento offer little more mileage Verna offers more features I think Hyundai verna good opinion to buy Go follow @motor_hexane on Instagram Thankyou
It’s a very wise decision to own a Skoda Rapid Diesel Automatic. It’s perhaps the only good diesel automatic (apart from Volkswagen Vento, which is essentially the same car) available in 12–16 Lakhs price range in DSG/DCT, and is great for both city drive as well as highways. It’s a rock solid build car, reasonable service costs, long service intervals, but poor resale value. Mostly it is a trouble free car upto first 4–6 years of usage. After 3-4 years you’d need to change the battery, and clutch plate(only for manual transmission), suspension (depending on your driving conditions), and in 6th year you’ll spend a lot more. But overall, I’d prefer it over any other automatic transmission car (except VW Vento). I’ve driven possibly all kinds of automatics from Swift, Amaze, Creta, Skoda Rapid, VW Vento, Honda City, Hyundai i20, (AMT, CVT, Torque Convertors, DSG) but there is absolutely no better automatic transmission than DSG/DCT in the market even at significantly higher price point. The gear shifts are super fast with two clutches. And it comes with 7 speed transmissions. It also comes with manual mode (if you want to control the upshifts) and sports mode (if you want slower gear shifts). AMT will give you good fuel economy, but it’s not so smooth, plus you don’t get hill hold, which is a must, in my opinion, for any automatic. Honda City Petrol CVT (doesn’t come in diesel) or any other CVT is good mainly for city drive and on highways it just lags (you get a rubber band effect. I really missed the punch in bangalore-goa drive). And fuel economy of Honda City in congested Bangalore roads during office hours was pathetic at about 6-7 KM/L but on highway it was around 14 KM/L, while in the same condition and time, Volkswagen Vento TDI DSG or Skoda Rapid TDI DSG returned a fuel economy of 9.5–10.5 KM/L in city and about 18–18.5 KM/L in the highway. Vento or Rapid are mainly highway cars, but their automatics are good for city as well as highways. If you want to stick to Petrol Automatic, then you can go for Volkswagen Vento 1.2 TSI DSG. Sadly in Skoda Rapid, this engine and Transmission is not provided. Fuel economy would be around the same as Honda City CVT. Keep in mind that DSG will need replacement at around 1,25,000 KMs which will cost you around 2 Lakhs. But no clutch plate replacement every 30–40,000 KMs which is there in Manual Transmission I own a Volkswagen Vento TDI DSG and have driven about 6000 KMs (I bought a used Nov 2015 model) and using it for daily commute from Home->office in the most congested Bangalore roads and occasionally on highways. I also owned Skoda Rapid TDI (Manual) for 3 years before Vento. For Skoda, no complaints on service. In Bangalore, I used to go to Tafe Access and it was quite reasonable cost and very good experience for 3 years, after which I upgraded to Vento Automatic. Vento is essentially the same car, but I feel Vento’s suspension is better tuned for City drive and is more comfort oriented than Rapid, while at the same time, is costlier, both initially, as well as to maintain (service costs are 3–4K higher than Rapid of the same variant)
It depends you wish to go for a Sedan car or and SUV Hyundai Creta Top model ,SX Plus 1.6 CRDI Dual Tone ,₹ 13.88 Lakhs Hyundai Verna SX top Model ,1.6 CRDI SX Plus AT ,₹ 12.88 Lakhs Honda City ZX top model, Anniversary Edition Diesel ,₹ 14.04 Lakhs Skoda Rapid Top Model Volkswagen Vento ,Highline Plus 1.5 Diesel AT ,₹ 13.87 Lakhs Mahindra XUV500 ,W4 ,₹ 12.84 Lakhs Mahindra TUV 300 ,T10 AMT Dual Tone ,₹, ,10.78 Lakhs Ford Ecosport Titanium+ ,Ti-VCT AT ,₹, ,11.2 Lakhs Maruti Brezza ,ZDi+, ₹ 9.83 Lakhs Honda W-RV ,VX MT Diesel ,₹ 10.09 Lakhs Thanks.
VW Vento is the best mid range premium car compared to all the sedans in this segment.It gets a posh interior with solid cabin and Bluetooth connectivity to your phone.You can adjust your driving seat height and also adjust the steering wheel according to your comfort. About the back seat, the Vento has pretty generous amount of headroom and leg room.The seats are well cushioned with rich premium upholstery. When it comes to drivability,Vento is very punchy to drive with perfect braking ability and can cruise at 120kmph without any hassle.The cabin is silent,however it makes a real sporty sound when you are cruising at high speed.The sound isn't the irritating one but will the one you will look forward to.The fuel efficiency is around 18–20kmpl, however these numbers are according to the ARI. You can go for TSI AMT version, since DSG has lot of complaints regarding its reliability. You can easily rely on Volkswagen Vento as it has the best engine,Interior,efficiency and also great re-sale value compared to all the mid range sedans. Well these should be quite evident with this car as the Brand itself represents PEOPLE'S CAR.
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