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Drivablity, - DSG is better than CVT gear box - Volkswagen Vento use DSG Gearbox , DSG shifts very smooth unlike manual and regular automatic transmissions. - ,Volkswagen Vento wins Build quality, - ,Ofcourse Volkswagen wins Engine durablity, - Toyoto is famous for reliable engine even after 1L km - ,Toyato Yaris wins Service cost, - Volkswagen service cost is high, ,Toyoto Yaris wins Both car is good if you are frequently using the car and want to spend less on service cost - Go for Toyoto Yaris cvt If you are riding more in city and convince to spend more on service cost Go for Volkswagen Vento TSI Any way still if you are still confusing Test drive both the car and decide. Hope this is helpful.
The best automatic car currently available in India under Sedan and Hatchback segment is from Volkswagen - Vento and Polo. It is a breeze to drive both the DSG variants, petrol and diesel from VW. The honda CVT has the rubber band effect and you will experience the lag between gear changes which is least noticeable in VW automatic cars. Also, if you are looking for build quality go for VW.
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)
The Volkswagen Vento is offered in multiple Petrol engine options. The 1.6L Manual and the 1.2L TSi Automatic which also powers the Volkswagen Polo GT TSi. On the other hand the Honda City is powered by Honda’s 1.5L i-vtec engine which has been constantly updated and worked upon throughout these years almost perfecting it. Now, if you want a car with manual transmission the city beats Vento hands down owing to the just average performance of the 1.6 MPi, moreover in terms of reliability, fun to drive factor and refinement, HCI is miles ahead than VW when it comes to Petrol manuals. The game changes, when it comes to Automatic. Where Honda uses the same engine mating it to a CVT box, VW decided to plonk in its 1.2L TSi with a 7 Speed DSG Gearbox. Now, a turbocharged petrol engine with a DSG box is obviously way more fun when compared to driving and old school CVT plagued with the rubber band effect. Be it the urban commute or highway runs, the TSi mated to the DSG beats the City hands down. Now, in terms of ride and handling too Vento is an extremely well engineered product and has excellent dynamics. It's quite a lot of fun to throw around the corners whereas even though City too is well balanced, the stock tyres kills the experience and it cries for a sufficient upgrade. Yes, Honda has indeed introduced the new 16 inches Alloys with better rubber but it comes only in the top end variants which to be honest is quite expensive. On that note in terms of equipment and space, it's the City which scores but when it comes to build and interior quality, it's no where close to Vento. Honda owing to customer’s demand and still lead the segment, filled the City with features to the brim but unfortunately compromised in quality whereas VW equipped the Vento with all the necessary bells and whistle retaining it's quality. In terms of pricing to the VW vento is cheaper than city by quite a bit and is a much better vehicle. The running costs of VW is a little high when compared to Honda but if you're an Auto enthusiast and looking for an Auto Petrol nothing beats a Vento. If you're looking for a MT then City is the best pick.
Best car for Enthusiasts Polo GT TSI Baleno RS Honda City CVT I know many of you will comment why I didn't mentioned Punto Abarth. But I personally feel it's overpriced. Best car for comfort (sedan) Maruti Suzuki Ciaz Volkswagen Vento Xcent Skoda Rapid Honda city Best economical cars Any car from Maruti Honda Amaze Ford Aspire
Go for VW Dsg. Its for driver as well for others also. Peppy as it revs up. Sportive when you push. Of course safety through ESP, TCS, good build quality, integral structure is always assured.
Go for the Honda City 1.5L Petrol CVT or Hyundai Verna instead as the Vento is a dated car now and also lacks features . Or you can simply go out and test drive all of these cars and decide which suits your driving needs as All the mentioned cars are great offerings in the Segment
I’ve owned both The Honda City AT for 7 years and Vento TSI HL Plus with DSG since the last two months. I think I can answer this question with my experience. Here are the points. Reliability. In my 7 years of ownership of Honda City it never I mean NEVER failed to start. Just turn the key and the engine comes to life. Vento is new one for me but the way it sounds and drives it seems pretty solid. I am sure if maintained properly it will turn out to be pretty reliable. Engine. I drove the city for.. well see it yourself, over a period of seven years and it still drove like new. The engine was absolutely silent and No vibrations or sound can be felt at a red light. Pretty powerful and peppy engine of the city. Vento on the other hand has a smaller engine but it is Turbocharged!! Resulting in great power and amazing torque which the city lags. Overall the Vento’s TSI engine Is far more advanced than Honda’s I-VTEC decades old engine. Drive quality. Both cars have entirely different character. City on one hand is a super relaxed car with a feather touch steering. Vento has a speed sensing EPS which makes the steering hard as the speed increases. This increases the control giving confidence to the driver. Ever wondered what will happen if you suddenly turned the steering at high speeds? It would be difficult in a Vento to do so compared to City. Transmission. Vento has the best system, the DSG with lightening fast shifts, and the smoothest shifting experience. The city has CVT which is smooth and relaxed not the best way of transferring power to the wheel in case you want acceleration. The manual mode in DSG is superb and takes only a few milliseconds to complete a shift giving a feel of a sports car. City’s CVT could have been better to use the Engine to full potential. Mileage. Contrary to the beliefs that VW cannot give high mileage, mine give excellent mileage see image…. Owing to a smaller engine of 1.2 L it is frugal in traffic compared to a city which owing to a bigger 1.5 L engine consumes more petrol. (BTW the new Audi A4 has a 1.4 L TSI engine ) Safety: both cars are safe the top spec City has 6 airbags while mine has 4 however its not just airbags which make a car safe. Vento has ESP and Traction control which should have been there kn City as well. Overall Vento is safer than a Honda City. Tyres: Vento has wider tyres than city making it more in control compared to the city. Price: top spec variants of both cars are almost 2 Lakh apart. Vento with all discount schemes is cheaper than a city. But lacks a sunroof and leather seats. Maintainance cost is comparable and is around 1 re per Km. Looks. Vento with its DRL looks beautiful compared to a city whose DRL’s do not shine as bright. City is slightly longer than a Vento due to its long bonnet. Overall if you were to choose between the two, it is a difficult decision to make. Test drive both cars and then make your choice. Update. I took the Vento from DELHI to Chandigarh clocking an average of 18.5 ,kmpl, using 93 octane fuel. It Drove super smooth, max speed I could test was 157 kmph. During return the temperature was 45degrees but the AC made the cabin super cool. No fatigue at all. Overall I’m really pleased to buy the Vento.
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) 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
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