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Current Honda City in India is the latest generation that is being sold in the international markets. So it is not outdated in any aspect. The brand Honda City has been around since a lot of years now, but so is Hyundai Verna. A car which appears to be younger is subjective. There are a lot of options in the segment you are looking for. Honda City, - The new refreshed (face-lifted) version in my eyes is the most beautiful car in this segment. It is fresh, stylish and has all the features you need plus a trusted first name “Honda”. It is reliable for sure and not very hard on pocket compared to others in the segment. The new Honda city with all the bells and whistles (Diesel and automatic) will cost you around 15 lacs i believe. It is a great overall car to own. You will be satisfied with the money you will spend. ,PS,: I drive the latest gen pre-facelift City. Driven it for 53k already. Hyundai Verna, - I do not like the looks of the latest Verna 4s. A new generation is going to be launched soon somewhere around August. To me it will be a very good looking car. It will get styling similar to the recently launched Elantra. Search for Hyundai Solaris 2017 or look at the images ,here,. That will be Verna for us. Hyundai offers a lot of equipments. The ride is great. They have beautiful rich looking features. I wish the rear seat comfort is improved. Pricing will be in the City’s range. Volkswagen Vento, - Volkswagen, this month, launched a new trim “highline Plus” for vento. I have driven the TDi (Diesel) for a good few 1000 kms. Taken it up the Himalyas and throttled it on straight National highways. It is a great car. Comfortable ride. You feel cocooned inside a tank. It feels safe. However it does get a bit tiring to drive on long journeys. Hard and long travel Clutch and gear shifts make it bit hard to drive for long. The automatic version is the best option you can get. The DSG gearbox is the best in the segment which no other car can beat. However the design does look “outdated” to many. VWs have a very simple elegant design which may not appeal to all. People say it is costly to own. I spend around 8–10k every 10k kms on my City. My friend who has 2 Polos (1 GT and 1 normal version” spends around 15k every 15k kms. So it basically comes down to Rs 1/km. Skoda Rapid, - It is basically the Czech version of Vento. It has all the benefits of a Vento. It feels lighter than Vento to drive which is a good thing and it results in less fatigue. I was fortunate enough to test all the versions of Rapid back in 2011 when it was launched. Drove it from Mumbai to Pune and back in an event organized by Skoda and Autocar. Skoda’s after sale service was not at all upto the standard with their dealers doing much of the damage. They have greatly improved that part. Increased and well monitored network is a good thing for Skoda owners. I also happened to test the new Octavia. We asked the same issue from their MD and he was very confident a few years ago after making some progress and a good future ahead in terns of after sale service. Maruti Suzuki Ciaz, - Ciaz is a Maruti and it sells like crazy in India. Now since it is in Nexa they are also offering the best buying experience that Maruti can. Ciaz is a good car. Its design is simple and clean. It has the best interior space in the class. It sure is comfortable to drive. The engine though is a downside. It is definitely underpowered compared to rivals. 90 hp is the output of the petrol version compared to 117 of City, 121 of Verna, 103 for Rapid and Vento. The interiors do not feel like they belong to this segment. It gives a feel of cheaper Maruti. But it is actually quite cheap. 3 lakh cheaper top version petrol when compared to City’s top version. It sure will give the Indian car buyers “Badi gadi” feel at a great price. Fiat Linea, - I have always loved Fiat. I worked for Fiat for a good period of time. It is their after sales service and parts management that have let them down. Being in the middle of things happening i would never recommend this other wise great car. Toyota Vios, - Toyota is expected to launch Vios in India around Diwali. If that happens then City and Ciaz are going to get a run for their money. Toyotas are known for their reliability. They run for forever and they are very economical in terms of running expenses. If you can wait then you never know “Sabar ka Phal meetha ho sakta hai”. I hope this helps.
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