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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.
Before writing about the question, I would like to share a little known fact from 2007 coming to the Indian automobile market. It is that Maruti Suzuki were the leaders in whichever segment they used to operate back then barring the C-segment or in simple terms the mid-size sedan segment. This was because the Baleno was unnecessarily dragged forward and was obviously feeling to look dated in the face of growing competition. Maruti Suzuki on the other hand were on a roll with the runaway success of the Swift. Hence it made sense for them to wipe out the deficit that existed in the mid-size sedan space with a new and modern offering. This gave birth to one of the most fun to drive sedans ever to be launched in our market in the form of the SX4. It was one plucked right from the international markets and looked contemporary as well as classy. In fact, I still drool over the fact that it has SUV like design cues on the front, which made it a unique product in our market. The cross version of the SX4 was also slowly gaining recognition in the tough US market, so it was safe to say that the game was playing in the hands of Maruti Suzuki during the initial months of the SX4. Coming to the competition, the Honda City was the undisputed king of it and the Ford Fiesta had just managed to replicate the success of the josh machine. In addition to that, there was the capable but underrated Chevrolet Aveo and the affordable Hyundai Verna. This meant that the SX4 had its task cut out in order to emerge at the top of the segment. Did it manage to do that? Well yes and no. Yes in the sense the car found a lot of initial demand owing to the freshness it offered in a pretty much bland segment. The SX4 was absolute value for money at that time, getting features such as ABS, dual airbags, integrated stereo, steering mounted audio controls and 16-inch alloy wheels in a package costing less than Rs.8 lakhs! Keeping all that in hold, the SX4 didn't quite dispatch the Honda City in terms of sales and was in competition with the Ford Fiesta instead for the second spot. This could be due to drawbacks such as the car offering less rear seat space and lesser mileage figures as compared to most of its competition. Despite all that, the car kept going steady for some time which further inspired confidence amongst those associated with Maruti Suzuki. Sales crossed the one lakh unit mark in a span of 22 months to be precise, which in many ways is a pretty impressive start for the SX4. But the emergence of competitors from the period between 2008-2012 left the SX4 in an intense swordfight, in which it emerged as second best. Those include the Fiat Linea, Volkswagen Vento and Skoda Rapid hinting at the fact that the segment had upgraded back then and by good measure. The launch of the new City in 2008 and the duo of the Hyundai Verna and Ford global Fiesta in 2011 meant that the SX4 became an outdated product just four years after it was introduced here. In fact, the market back then, particularly this segment had revolved to such an extent that Maruti Suzuki were offering heavy discounts at the time when most of its rivals were counting down their demand to supply ratio. A couple of years after enduring losses from it, Maruti Suzuki finally pulled the plug on the SX4 in early 2014 as I can remember. This was also to make way for their then secret project, which went on to be known as the Ciaz. The Ciaz still remains although the segment has taken a drastic dip in sales due to the emergence of a few flexible ones in comparison. As for the SX4, it is still being used in rally circuits across the country, which is a big proof of both its performance and reliability. It has also not completely vanished from our roads, with a few well maintained examples of it still seen running with as much gusto as earlier. Anyways, the SX4 was an outstanding attempt from Maruti Suzuki to get a grip on the mid-size sedan space here back then, which in return did not deliver on the expected lines. Picture Credits: BS Motoring, Concept Cars and Quikr India. Thank you.
Is buying a used car in India really worth it? Can a used car help you save money or does it end up consuming more cash than a new car? These are just some of the questions we tend to ask ourselves when opting to buy a pre-owned car. While there are a number of advantages that come with buying a used car, deciding on which car to get can be a daunting task in and of itself. So, to, help make it easier on you, here is a list of the 3 best budget-friendly used cars under 2 lakh,. Honda City 2008 The 2008 Honda City is definitely the biggest seller when it comes to second-hand cars in India. Priced at about 1.50 – 1.80 lakh, the car falls into the budget segment and has a lot to offer. There are a number of different model variants that feature either a 5-speed manual or a 5-speed automatic transmission gearbox. All the models are fitted with a 1.5L In-line petrol engine that offers 118Ps of power and 146Nm of torque and has a mileage of 17.0kmpl. With features like power steering, air conditioning, heaters, adjustable headlamps, anti-locking brake system, airbags for driver and passenger sides, and engine immobilizer, the 2008 City is a true performer. Volkswagen Vento 2010 Volkswagen has always been a favourite in the automobile industry and their 2010 Vento comes out on top for most people looking for used vehicles. The car houses a 1.6L In-line petrol engine that comes fitted with a 5-speed manual transmission that offers two-wheel-drive capabilities and has a top speed of 185kmph. Additional Read :, ,India’s Best Used Sedan Cars Under 2 Lakhs With a mileage of 20.54kmpl, the 2010 Vento is designed for Indian roads and is made to perform. The car comes with quite a few features and electronic equipment that makes driving extremely comfortable. With a price tag that ranges from 1.85 – 1.99 lakh, the Vento could easily be one of the best options when it comes to buying a second-hand car. Hyundai EON Magna Plus The Hyundai EON Magna Plus is one of the best-used cars under 2 lakh available today in India comes in at a price that ranges between 1.75 and 1.91 lakh. The sporty look and performance are one of the car's major attractions while the overall performance stands out from the other cars in the segment. Powering the EON Magna Plus is a 0.8L petrol engine that is mated to a 5-speed manual transmission and offers front-wheel-drive. With its top speed set at 135kmph and mileage that can go from 17.0 – 21.1 kmpl, the EON Magna Plus is one of the more fuel-efficient vehicles available in the market. There you have it – 3 affordable used cars in India that can help you save money while also providing an excellent performance. Coming with price tags that range between 1.50 lakh and 2.0 lakh, these options are extremely pocket-friendly. You can find any of these above-mentioned cars online or at used car dealerships around the country with ease. Do you think there should be other models in this list or are these the best available options today?
Hello, talking straight forward, in our India there can be accidents in a fraction of second as road quality and sign boards are lacking in few states. India has most accidents in year ; considering this aspect we need some safer and well built cars with good punchy engines for showing off to our friends and amazing comfor for family trips. This demand can be full filled by only one car of two you mentioned for comparison, and that is Volkswagen Vento. DRIVING QUALITY & ENGINES:- We don’t care for looks of the car because our life is what Matters the most…so the Volkswagon Vento is a car that offers best driving quality and a variety of engines which are awesome and well refined. Also ,Vento has a flat-bottom steering wheel which has both reach and rack adjustments. Verna has a normal power steering with only reach adjustment but Vento comes with electronic speed sensitive steering. Both offer steering mounted controls. On paper Verna has powerful engines but it is the Vento with advantage of TSI & TDI /MPI engines with long lifespan and its engines are quickest through its gears. Vento shares its engines with one of its subsidiaries like Audi too.. now you can imagine its quality. Vento also offers a 7-speed DSG (dual shift gear) box. COMFORT:- So here Verna has a small compact room for passengers and so we don’t get good leg room or shoulder room and so Vento is a spacious car with good comfort especially for passengers at the rear. We feel a lot safe in Vento. Also Verna has higher window line and it gives less amount of outdoor view but Vento is a true German engineering marvel and so it is the true passenger and driver car. Tall people may get congested on Verna. BUILD QUALITY:- Germans have always been reputed for their build quality in cars and so this reputation is well maintained with our Vento which has all the safety features that a driver and passengers need. Verna does not offer much safety. Volkswagen doesn't compromise with safety for attracting customers…though Verna do have 6 airbags but then it's build quality is not quite good ; on the other hand vento needs only 2 airbags because it's build quality is engineering marvel. Vento uses a galvanized Steel body for safety and also has a side and front impact beams. Vento passes crash test with 4.5 stars out of 5 for child safety and 4.0 stars for adults. Whereas verna failed the UK crash test. Both cars have good dashboard quality with the one on Vento having scratch resistant plastic. CENTRAL LOCKING:- Verna has the central locking with remote and key. It also has a anti-theft system with alarm and engine immobiliser. Vento here is quite smart it has a central locking system with remote and key. It has a anti-theft system and an engine immobiliser. It also comes with memory lock function , this works like , as you lock your car with a remote or key and one of the door is open , then locks won’t get engaged, as you shut that door the car remembers that you wanted to lock the car and it will do it automatically. FEATURES,:- Vento might have 1 or 2 features less but verna has some cool features which we don't use very frequently also those features on verna are just for attracting customers to their side with compromising driving quality and build quality (cost-cutting). Both offer electronic interior rear view mirror with auto dimming function. Verna comes with 4 power windows, with 1 semi-automatic window that comes down with one tap but won’t go up. Rest 3 are manual. Vento comes with 4 fully automatic windows (front & rear) with one touch up & down. These 4 windows also have anti-pinch function so that no child or adult is at risk of hand injury. SAFETY:- Many carmakers ignore the strength of the material used to achieve better mileage and performance and ignore the safety aspect of the occupants. India is readying its version of crash test agency called Bharat New Vehicle Safety Assessment Program (BNVSAP); this should ensure cars built in India is focused on the build quality rather than favourite features such as ABS, EBD or airbags. While these features are indeed safety options that are important too ,but the body or the shell of the cars need to be built of high-quality material as well. The verna does not have much attention to safety department it gets 6 airbags and ABS (Anti-lock Braking System) with EBD (Electronic Brake force Distribution). The car feels uncomfortable when above 100–110 km/hr. The vento offers a ton of safety features like TCS (Traction Control System) ABS (Anti-lock Braking System) with EBD (Electronic Brake force Distribution) plus they also offer Hill Hold control with Brake assist, also it has a very hard body shell so that passengers are safe inside. Vento also comes with a automatic fuel cut-off system during accident so that no fire takes place. Vento also has anti-roll over body stability. Overall car is sturdy at high speeds. STORAGE:- Verna has a boot of 465 Litres but Vento has slightly bigger one with 496 Litres. Vento has a cooled glovebox which is bigger than Verna. TYRES:- Verna has a R/16 inch alloy wheels with all disc brakes. Vento has a R/15 inch alloy wheels with 2 discs brakes at front and 2 drum brakes at rear. LOOKS:- Verna is hands down an eye-catching car and Vento just fades away in front of verna but its a small compact car from inside not too spacious. FUEL CAPACITY :- Vento : 55 Litres of fuel Verna : 43 Litres of fuel Vento offers 16 KM/L mileage in city & 21 on highway. Verna offers 18 KM/L mileage in city & 23 on highway. DATA AS PER, ,ARAI. 1 BEST THING OF BOTH CARS:- Verna:- It has the best refined engine and you don’t even feel a vibration in the cabin. Vento:- when an accident takes place the sensors in the engine compartment comes to action and it’s engine just settles down and it does not push the cabin and make it squeeze like a sandwich when a front impact takes place. The above picture shows a ,2014 ,Volkswagen Vento was smashed between 2 trucks. The owner of the car said "I was hit by the truck from behind and then with the increased momentum hit the truck in front". This was witnessed in a recent accident in Kerala where German engineering came to the rescue of the occupants of the Vento. Above picture shows how the ,2013 ,Hyundai Verna just squeezed despite of having just a single impact from backside. Hence the built quality is slightly improved for the newer 2018 verna. CONS:- Vento:- Low fuel efficiency Looks Plain interiors High on maintenance Verna:- Build quality not adequate Engine lifespan shorter than Vento Small/compact passenger cabin Window line higher VERDICT:- Choose Verna if you want features ; looks & slightly more airbags Choose Vento if you want safety ; performance ; comfort ; feature and true driving quality. Vento may give less mileage but it won’t be too expensive for your pocket. I suggest you to go for Vento…still you can surf for more reviews here on Quora. “Choose the car that helps you create great memories with”
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Hi, You first need to list down your priorities. That is very crucial because each of these car is good in something or other. In lo oks the Hyundai Verna feels fresh and new as both the Honda city and Volkswagen Vento are quite old now and lack the charm of Verna. Though the Honda City has been recently updated and now comes with LED tail lamps and LED DRLs with some minute changes around the front bumper. Now looks are a very subjective thing and if you ask us Hyundai Verna looks the best among the lot. Get inside and one thing common is the color combination. All has the same black and beige theme. Though the fit and finish of the Vento is befitting but it again looks a bit outdated. All the car comes with touchscreen infotainment system but Verna is the only one here which is compatible with Android Auto and Apple Carplay. Also the Verna is only one with ventilated front seats which is a boon considering the levels mercury rises during Indian summers. All the three cars have near identical interior space but if you want to pick one the Honda City has the most practical legroom and is the most spacious of the lot. We haven’t driven the Volkswagen Vento yet but among the Honda City and Hyundai Verna, we personally liked the Verna more as it felt a bit more refined, also the steering response of Verna is much much better than competition and it easily the best steering unit across the segment. Also Verna is the most powerful one here with around 127 horses to play with. To our verdict we found that the Verna is the best overall choice followed by Honda City and Volkswagen Vento. Regards, Nitin Sharma Editor (carrefuel.com)
Depends on your choice. I'll list some advantages of both and try to help you choose. Verna 1.6CRDi is gem of an engine. None comes close to it's refinement, NVH levels, driveability. It's also got more power(126PS) than Vento(110ps) and torque too(260Nm vs 250 Nm). Torque Converter in Verna is more reliable than DSG of Vento. More features. Slightly cheaper spares and service costs and way better service network than VW. Vento DSG is fun to drive. TC of Verna pales in comparison on open roads. Snob value of German badge. Handles better than Verna and steering is more lively wrt feedback. When it comes to build quality, interior quality both cars are at par with each other.
Okey, you are now in the same place as all the rest of the professionals who wish to buy a high end C-Segment Sedan, but are confused regarding what to go for. Considering your options. Maruti, ,Ciaz,. This is the cheapest car in the segment and for a good reason. The build quality is not that great. The car, on the whole feels a bit flimsy. Not a great bet, when going for a sedan. But, as we all know, the maintainance is relatively cheap. The spares too are almost readily available meaning, your car spends less time at the workshop. The engine too, is not that great. At 91bhp and 130NM torque, you could say that, the engine is underpowered. And 10L (ZXi+ AT) (Ex-Showroom), trust me, you don’t want this car. Hyundai Verna 4S This comes with a 1.6lt VTVT Engine which produces 121bhp and 155NM Torque. Not bad huh ? The car looks better, but as they say, looks are subjective to taste. Comes with all the creature comforts. The maintainance is a little bit on the high side, but you wouldn't mind that because it’s simply more car than the Ciaz. Costs slightly more the Ciaz at 10.6L (VTVT 1.6 AT) (Ex-Showroom). This car isn’t a bad bet, especially if you enjoy driving. Volkswagen Vento TSi Now, coming from the most prestigious German Automaker, the build quality speaks for itself. It’s easily the best in class. It reeks of perfection. This is the only car in the class with both Rake and Reach adjustable steering rack. The transmission (7-Speed DSG) is the best in the world. (Not Exaggerating). The car feels more premium than the price tag suggests. The ride is a bit on the stiffer side, but not that stiff, that it makes you feel uncomfortable. Has all the creature comforts. As it is common knowledge, all the VW’s are high maintainance. Priced at 11.3L making this the most expensive of the class, but trust me. This is worth the extra money. But, don't take my word for it, take a test drive and find out for yourself. But if you feel the VW is a bit expensive, you can go for the Verna 4S. I strongly recommend against the Maruti Ciaz among these cars. Don’t get me wrong, Ciaz is a great car, but just pales in comparison to these two. Hope this helps.
By "best city drive" I think what you want to know about is whether which car amongst the 3 fees best to drive. If the 'feel good' factor alone is a parameter to judge a car, I would give the Fluidic Verna a thumbs up. The fluidic Verna has got a responsive steering, good cushioning by the suspensions and shocks and makes a really good driver's car. But on an overall basis, I don't see the Verna winning. (Please note that this is a personal opinion)
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