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Old-school automatics were not very appealing to drive as they sucked huge power, and were pretty expensive. With the change in time, today, advances in technology let to the invention of newer automatics for the suitable market and road that allows you to have a much happier ride. Now CVT and twin-clutch-equipped automatics are extremely efficient too. Honda’s brand new City automatic is more efficient than the manual, as the saying goes. Equipped with an all-new CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission), the new automatic City gets an ARAI-certified fuel-efficiency rating of 18.0kpl as against 17.8 for the manual. Volkswagen’s new twin-clutch automatic Vento is powered by its new, downsized 1.2 TSI direct-injection, turbo-petrol motor. Design: Honda City: ,The exterior design of the new ,Honda City, 2017 is much advanced and energetic. The new City is sporty, with a new signature front chrome grille that connects the two headlights, thereby increasing its premium appeal. The LED package, including the integrated LED DRL, the inline LED headlamps, LED fog lamps, LED license plate lamps, allows the new Honda City 2017 an exclusive design. The new Honda City 2017 will also have new enhanced diamond-cut and two-tone alloy wheel design for both 15 and 16 inch wheels leaving the car to look classy and plush at the same time. The car comes with inline cylinders. It allows a seating capacity for five people and a boot space of litres. Vento: ,Volkswagen Vento comes with new front grille, alloy wheels and chrome lining on the boot lid, exhaust lid and the door handles too. The new Vento has made some minor changes to its look. This includes integrated LED turn indicators, more powerful front fog lamps with cornering lights. It also offers cruise control and cooled glove box. All that enhances the beauty of the car. Volkswagen’s new twin-clutch automatic Vento is powered by its new, downsized 1.2 TSI direct-injection, turbo-petrol motor. Features: Honda City: ,The interior design of the new Honda City 2017 includes several new features that includes an advanced 17.7 cm touch screen infotainment system, called the Digipad. The comes with Anti- lock braking system (ABS) and Electronic Brake- force Distribution ( EBD). The all-new advanced infotainment system has features like the satellite-linked navigation to make navigation much cooler and user friendly, voice recognition, Bluetooth telephony to allow you take your calls at any hour and any situation without have to actually hold the phone to the ear, audio streaming, 2 USB-in slots, 1.5 GB kmpl internal memory. It also features Wi-Fi support for Internet and Mirror Link support for smart phone connectivity as well. The on-road price for the car is 9.69 lakhs. The City provides a mileage of Vento: ,The new Vento has made few minor changes to its features like electrically foldable ORVMs, integrated LED turn indicators, powerful front fog lamps. It also offers cruise control and cooled glove box. The on-road price for the car is 8.87 lakhs.
Yes both the cars are same underneath, the share same interiors apart from badges on steering, they share same engines, interior space is identical too, they drive in a similar manner and they handle in a same manner too. As far as pricing is concerned, Volkswagen is priced at a premium because that indicates that Skoda is “budget” brand when compared with VW.
At hat price, lets rule out the hatchbacks for now; In the Sedan category you have the following; Maruti Ciaz Hyundai Verna Honda Amaze Renault Duster Ford Ecopsort Volkswagen Vento Tata Nexon Maruti Brezza These are in no particular order. There are a few more that come to my mind, but, not necessarily worth indicating. However, I would recommend the following; Hyundai i20 CRDi AT - Its compact, yet not cramped. Its diesel, so you get fantastic mileage. Its Automatic Transmission, so complete peace of mind. And, its Hyundai, so it’ll be full of features.
Actually, the manual says to pull the headlight switch out when you have the headlights on. That turns on the fog lights with the headlights. And the fog light indicator turns from red to green. And it has to be done with the key in the ON position, or the ignition started, in order for the lights to come on. I tested it this morning because I was curious how they came on. ;-)
The Linea was a car that was very much slated to take forward Fiat's India operations here for the future. The Italian manufacturer did roll out the Palio Stile earlier which indicated that an India revamp set to happen on behalf of them. Here, the Linea was a step in the next level in terms of how good a product it was. As for me, the Linea was a sedan which was ahead of its time. It was famous back then for offering luxury sedan proportions and comfort at a price of a mid-size sedan. This had made it a very attractive alternative to the existing diesels back in the day. Honda had also launched the third generation of the City at around the same time of its launch, which did ignite healthy competition between the two products. Add to it there were also cars such as the Maruti Suzuki SX4, Ford Fiesta, Hyundai Verna and Chevrolet Aveo as competition. The time between 2005-2012 here was the one for mid-size sedans, with plenty of interesting offerings being launched in that era. It all seemed good before the compact SUV craze started, one which I would not complain much about. Anyways, the Linea was also part of that mid-size sedan batch, with its official launch taking place in January 2009. In short, it was a solid, robust and spacious car which was almost well suited to our roads. But one thing that was missing in its earlier models was the performance, which was decent to say the least. The Linea was not as direct as say the original Fiat Palio but it made up for it by offering good levels of comfort and an attractive price tag. Fiat did bring the Linea T-Jet in late 2010 which did improve the performance stocks of the car but that didn't have much impact on its sales numbers. Launches such as the Volkswagen Vento, Skoda Rapid and the Fluidic design inspired Hyundai Verna did affect sales of the Linea, which the latter never recovered from. While space and ride quality were still its trump card, the Linea started to look dated in the face of new competition and it was also not being helped by Fiat's poor dealer network across the country. In 2014, Fiat did manage to introduce the Linea but it looked a case of too little too late. Fiat themselves were struggling to keep up to the flow of the market, with an average of just about 600 cars being sold every month. The Linea did little to revive their operations and it was only a matter of time as to when they will seize their India operations. Coming to the Linea, it was a case of what could have been. This was because the Linea pretty much had the potential to become the leading mid-size sedan in its segment despite Fiat's woes in India. But the automaker never quite aligned to change themselves from the past and in turn paid the price for that. Nevertheless, the Linea is fondly remembered by enthusiasts and automotive community here for the package it offered and it will be a product that will not be forgotten soon. Picture Credits: Google. Thank you.
This question does not indicate a certain budget for a family car ,does indicate the age of the buyer,nor does the car being self or driven by a driver etc.I shall present certain answers on certain assumptions.For a budget between 10 & 15 lacs if car is driven by a driver,the volkswage Vento is good & for the owner driving the car ,Skoda Rapid is good choice (both cars carry the same engines but with a different state of tuning).For a budget between 15 to 20 lacs,driver driven car would be skoda Octavia and owner driven would be Honda civic/accord and upwards of 20 lacs there is no better choice to Mercedes Benz preferably an E Class that packs lock of comfort and punch that can be enjoyed by either an owner or a driver.I personally like the Volkswagen vento diesel ,with a reasonable price and adequate comfort for the buyer and a family of four indu duals.These above were sedans for max five indu duals,but still if the family is of six or seven,with a budget of approx 25 lacs there is no other better choice than the Toyota Innova (but its a muv) that packs in a lot’s of comfort.
**** Do read till end *** ( I was asked to update this on answer) One night around 10 pm, I was coming back from corporate event, in Volkswagen Vento fairly new, 8K KMs on it and less than 1.5 Years old. The low fuel indicator was ON, when I started in the evening itself, and it was now showing, it will go another 35 KMs DTE (distance to empty). I had to get petrol in the car, so I went to this Shell petrol station en route home, and I noticed the price was 83.05, which seemed expensive, so I asked, to which attendant confirmed that Shell petrol is atleast 2 - 3 Rs expensive then others. I did not want to go another petrol pump then, and neither I wanted to pay extra for full tank. so I asked to fill up for 600 Rs. He filled the petrol, I paid by card, he gave me slip and I left. I exited the petrol pump and drove for around 500 mts, and I saw that, the DTE still shows 35 KMs. I was furious that the petrol pump guy cheated me, and seems like he didnt fill anything at all. Now the petrol pump was located on one highway, with dividers and all, If I had to take U turn and come back it would take more time, so I decided to drive in reverse direction, which was absolutely stupid idea in hindsight. I drove for few 100 mts like that, then I took U turn, and started driving on wrong side to go to the petrol station. It did not take more than 10 - 15 mins for me to reach back. By the time I reached, the lights of the petrol pump were turned off, and they had already blocked the entry to the pump, and were starting to block the exit too, it was time to close down. It made sense, that he would cheat at this time since they are closing, so even if someone will come back, they will find it closed by then. I parked my car right in front of the last car, which was filling up, at the same pump I filled the petrol. They asked me to move the car. I said you guys did not fill petrol in my car, I paid 600Rs. The same attendant who filled petrol in my car, asked me calmly to please park in the side, and assured me there is some confusion. I showed them my dashboard fuel warning. How is it possible that car is still showing no change in DTE, and neither did the fuel gauge changed. To which the attendant replied, that sir, sometimes it take time for it to reflect correct status. I told him, that I drove 500 mts and come back, and then I switched off and on multiple times to show him, it was still the same. I showed him the receipt, as in the image above, he said this is credit card statement, it doesnt say which pump and other details, but i was not provided the same. Then the supervisor came, who didnt look much of supervisor, all these attendants were young probably in 21 to 26 age group. The so called supervisor said, he can generate copy of the pump receipt from inside the office, let me get that. Not sure how could i trust some receipt like that. He got me this. Now since the time, and amount exactly matched, so I knew this was correct receipt. I was planning on collecting all evidences to send complaint where ever possible. But the guy insisted that your fuel gauge is faulty, and its not showing correct. I told him, its a new car, and the gauge was working, because when I started in the evening, it was showing over 50 kms, and its reducing since then. He said, “ sir this happens all the time” supervisor said, it happens a lot with Hyundai Accent, one time someone filled full tank, but it did not move at all, and after they started driving, it was ok. I understood, they want me gone. I said I already drove and came back. Then supervisor suggested, we fill the tank again, and you can see for yourself. he filled again 500 Rs worth petrol, atleast as per pump receipt. Still the Fuel Gauge did not budge, and neither the DTE. I just realised what a fool am I, in either case, whether he was cheating and not filling any petrol, or the fuel gauge is faulty, additional petrol was not going to help. May be he didnt fill the petrol this time too. and I am cheated with additional 500 Rs. By the way, the pump itself is open 24/7 but this was shift change time, and thus they closed all the lights and blocked entry and exit. Now all the attendants from the pump, were on my car, it felt intimidating, I sent these images of petrol pump receipt to my wife on whatsapp. Not sure what would happen next. One of the attendant standing at the rear door, listening to all these discussion and stories gave a bang to car’s petrol tank cap, and BINGO the fuel gauge started rising, and DTE started showing some 100 KMs something. Guys there was no scam, we read about so many scams going around, that we get super suspicious, started making our own conspiracy theories. Reason I am posting this under this question, because I want people keep their sanity also intact, dont distrust people too much. Fortunately I did not misbehave with the guys at pump, but the way I was loosing my patience, I could have spoken ill to them too. Finally, before leaving, I apologised to the attendant, he humbly said “sir yeh meters ka bharosa nahi rehta” (Cant trust these gauges). Update — Few days after posting this answer, while it was still not that popular. I got a message from Shell Manager - corporate office, and he asked me the name of employee who was scamming, he would get them fired right away, because this is not acceptable to Shell. I called him, and explained the situation to him. So really quality conscious. Update —- I was asked to mention readers to read till end, in case if they left in middle, they will take-home wrong message about Shell. There are 100’s of comments vouching for Shell, and their quality / standards.
Maruti Suzuki Ciaz is one of the best cars in its segment and also in its price range. It lies in the sedan segment and competes with Honda City, Hyundai Verna, Volkswagen Vento and Nissan Sunny. Some good points about Ciaz: It has the longest wheelbase among the others which means more space inside and hence more comfortable. Highest ground clearance among its competitors. It has highest space in the boot i.e., 510L boot space. As claimed by ARAI, it can give 19 kmpl which is the most among its competitors. It has rear AC vents. It also has rear parking sensors with reverse camera. It has rear window blind which is missed by the City, Verna and the Vento. It has 6 speakers and also supports voice commands. Some points which makes us not to buy Ciaz: In instrumentation, it doesn’t have dynamic gear shift indicator as in Verna. It missed LED tail lamps which are present in City and Verna. It has conventional tail lamps. It doesn’t feature rain sensing wipers which are available in City. It lacks the Cruise Control while all of its competitors gets this feature. While the Verna and the City has 6 airbags on their top variants, the top variant of Ciaz gets only 2. It gets a 1.4L petrol and diesel engines while all its competitors gets 1.6L petrol engines as well diesel engines. These are some points which I found useful sharing here. Now, my personal view is that MS cars aren’t made for high speeds or luxurious drives. MS cars are usually gentle looking and gives more importance to the economy. So, they provide a little less powered engine under the hood. Coming to the build quality, we all know that it is not the best. But the coming facelift of Ciaz may get a better build quality than its predecessor. Yes, it is not that safe as you expect from a car. Also you can enjoy on long drives on this car as it is more comfortable when loaded with 5 persons. Getting more than 5 inside will surely make journeys tiring. So, if you wish to buy, you can buy as being a MS car, it needs less maintenance and will be economically good for you. If you want speed, I wouldn’t recommend this. Go for Verna or City. Hope this helps. Thank You!!
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