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Iam from Bangalore and I have owned Hyundai Santro, Maruti Wagon R, Volkswagen Vento and Honda City. I had most headache with Santro which needed constant replacement of parts, Hyundai has good a.s.s but the quality of their cars are clearly sub-substandard. With Honda city and Wagon R, headache was much lesser since it didn’t need much replacement of parts like Hyundai and after sales were very good. The best is VW with minimal replacement but a.s.s was just about ok. From my experience, Brands like Hyundai, Renault, Mahindra, Tata etc makes comparatively sub-standard cars which needs constant parts replacements. I would suggest you to look for brands like Honda, Maruti, Toyota, VW etc if you want quality products. If you want a brand that has good a.s.s, cheap maintenance, and good reliability, then its Toyota.
Below automatic cars are available in India in order of their ex-showroom Delhi price (under 10 lakhs): Tata Nano GenX XMA AMT Maruti Suzuki Alto K10 VXi AGS Maruti Suzuki Celerio LXi AGS Maruti Suzuki Wagon R VXi AMT Maruti Suzuki Wagon R Stingray VXi AMT Maruti Suzuki Ritz VXi AT (This will be discontinued shortly) Mahindra e20 Hyundai Grand i10 Asta AT Honda Brio VX AT Nissan Micra X-Shift Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire VXi AT Maruti Suzuki Baleno 1.2 CVT Ford Figo Titanium 1.5 AT Honda Amaze S AT (Petrol variant) Honda Jazz S CVT (Petrol variant) Hyundai Xcent SX AT 1.2 (O) Ford FIgo Aspire ,Titanium 1.5 AT Tata Zest XTA (Diesel variant) Maruti Suzuki Ertiga VXi AT Volkswagen Polo GT TSI Mahindra TUV 300 T6+ AMT Maruti Suzuki Ciaz VXi+ AT Nissan Sunny XL CVT (Petrol variant) Volkswagen Vento Comfortline TSI AT (Petrol variant) Honda City SV CVT (Petrol variant) Ford EcoSport ,Titanium 1.5 AT Skoda Rapid Style AT
Thanks for the A2A. Please go ahead and buy the Polo. I have a VW Vento and i should say that maintenance premium is not significant, so definitely not a deal breaker here. I have also used Honda City, Santro, Wagon R etc, which needed 3.5k every 6 months which is 7k per annum. VW Vento maintenance costs 9.5k per annum(Yes, they have maintenance only once in a year for my variant). The cost is higher mainly due to the use of synthetic oil. But be warned that the parts costs slightly higher than Honda or HyundaiI(like replacing a faulty ABS sensor costed me around 4.5k). This should not be a reason at all to stop from buying a VW because you are getting German Engineering and build quality for reasonable price. In addition I would suggest you to go for Polo GT TSI, which is more fun to drive that standard Polo.
Hello, There is no car which could be termed best because some car are good in their ride quality, some are average kitna deti h type! As your question is not complete (In body you prefer) I would make 3 points. First Hatchback, Second Sedan, nd Third Compact Suv. Hatchback The Volkswagen Polo. The name is all for this great German machine. Pros- Good Comfort, Has all safety features, one of the best handling and most important the great build quality! And great diesel engine. Cons- Expensive Service cost, less service network. 2. The Ford Figo. The american hatchback. Pros- One of the best handling, build quality, offering upto 6 airbags! Has a great comfort in it. Cons- The amt variant is not that fun to drive machine. 3. The Suzuki Baleno. The Premium Japanese hatchback at NEXA network. Pros- Great service network, good Safety package, average waali car ;) , the trust of suzuki. Cons- Not that better ride nd build quality like thr ford or the wagon. The same 1.3 fiat multijet diesel engine. Which is now the national engine for suzuki. Sedan 1. The Honda City. Another Japanese car with some handsome features nd feel. Pros- Petrol Engine is love, Sunroof, entertainment system with internet, ride quality, build quality. Cons- the diesel engine is noisy at times. Service is average! 2. The Hyundai Verna The sedan from South Korean maker. Pros- Sunroof, Ventilated Seats, safety package, Smart trunk, comfort level. Cons- Rear seats are less comfortable as compared to front seats, low resale value. 3. The Volkswagen Vento Vento is like the sedan version of polo! The pros & the cons are pretty similar. Compact Suv 1. The Ford EcoSport. The American compact SUV in sub 4 meter category. Pros-One of the best handling, build quality, offering upto 6 airbags! Has a great comfort in it, puddle shifters in AMT. Cons- The lack of space at rear seats 2. The Suzuki Vitara Brezza. The Japanese Compact Suv at ARENA network. Pros- Great service network, good Safety package, average dene waali car ;) , the trust of suzuki. Cons- Not that better ride nd build quality like thr ford or the wagon. The same 1.3 fiat multijet diesel engine. Which is now the national engine for suzuki. Ufff That was a long answer though! I hope your query just got solved. If not then comment down below! Edits nd corrections are welcomed! Peace! :)
Over the years, many automotive manufacturers have tried their hand in arguably one of the most competitive spaces in India, which is the sedan segments. Today, the segment has very much matured having many sub-spaces like compact sedans, mid-size sedans etc. This has in turn encouraged many manufacturers to contribute to it here. While some were accepted in open arms, rest turned out to be big failures, with some of them even making the company lose hope in the segment. In other words, the companies never quite recovered from the blow and looked out of sorts in the segment. Here, I will give examples of seven such sedans that did not click here despite the big expectations placed on it by the manufacturers. Chevrolet Aveo. The first car that I can think of for this list is the Chevrolet Aveo. Launched in 2006, the Aveo was a rebadged Daewoo Kalos which was then sold in many international markets. The Aveo was being marketed extensively as it was one of Chevrolet’s earliest steps in the mass market segment. Contrary to expectations, the Aveo failed despite being a promising product. The main reasons for its failure were a high price, less cabin space, poor reliability and possibly its bland design, which is subjective. Even factors such as a strong engine and decent equipment list could not save the Aveo from being a big monumental flop. It was finally discontinued in 2011 after selling a mere 184 units the year before. While on one hand Chevrolet got some early success with the U-VA and Spark, the Aveo rarely moved out from the showrooms despite being launched at around the same time. 2. Volkswagen Ameo. A product that we never expected would come to India but eventually came was the Volkswagen Ameo. The Ameo was basically Volkswagen’s attempt to rub shoulders with the big boys here. This compact sedan was launched here in 2016 and was a good attempt by the company, but wasn't quite one for the long run. It was also Volkswagen’s first major product launch since the Vento in 2010, so the expectations were high. On first instances, it looked like a stretched out Polo, which can be forgiven since most vehicles in this segment are hatchback derivatives. The Ameo managed to sell almost 40,000 units in its first 12 months of production, which were good given the struggles that Volkswagen had and still have here. Three years later, Volkswagen discontinued the Ameo on the back of poor sales. This is because sales of the Ameo really came down since 2017 and the Ameo kept selling in three digit numbers every month while most of its rivals sold in four. The main problem that owners noticed with the Ameo that cost cutting in it was evident and that it is the same old Polo with a boot and a cheaper price. The Ameo did have its advantages like good ride and handling but pepole stayed away from it owing to its high maintenance. 3. Peugeot 309. This is like a blast from the past for many Indian automobile enthusiasts. Many of you were aware of the fact that Peugeot had a brief stint in the Indian market with the 309. In fact, they were the first of the MNC’s to enter the country after the economy finally opened. Peugeot struck a deal with Premier to manufacture the 309. Firstly the 309 came here during the same time when Peugeot launched the 306 in Europe. In fact, the 1996 version of the 309 was roughly ten years old and was in many ways an outdated car. That was noticed by the Indians who in turn wanted the best from the west. However, the failure of the 309 is mainly due to the indoor politics from Premier who joined hands with Fiat despite being in a joint venture with Peugeot. This infuriated the latter and later Peugeot and Fiat battled it out in court as to who was at fault. Peugeot won the case but in a shock move, exited the country. Thus, the 309 was the only Peugeot product sold in India and today, a few of these are preserved by collectors and enthusiasts in their respective garages. 4. Hyundai Xcent. While the compact sedan craze took place, Hyundai was not to be left behind. The Korean automaker finally launched the much awaited Xcent in 2014. The Xcent itself is a name that makes us remember the popular yesteryear sedan Accent, which was a big contributor to Hyundai's initial success in India. However, the Xcent did not live up to the hype and it was more or less evident with its design. It did not look that interesting and also had less cabin and storage spaces in it. But it did sell good initially due to its reliability, features and brand image. But it never quite got on the level of a few of its competitors, who were regularly featuring in the highest cars sold monthly. Hyundai then rolled out the Xcent facelift in 2017 but sadly the situation of the car in terms of sales saw little change. In the end, the Xcent got discontinued in favour of the Aura earlier this year. But the Xcent did find favour with a few cab aggregators and could have been positioned today for that. But Hyundai decided to not take a risk on it during the time of the BS-VI emission norms and the car is now in many ways history. 5. Opel Vectra. I can say that the Vectra, according to ancient mythology is a car which is as powerful as it is mysterious. Opel launched the premium sedan in 2002 in a bid to preserve their premium image. The Vectra was a pretty good product having a good amount of features, refined engine and better ride quality compared to its rivals. It was also heavily based on the European-spec model meaning we got a car from Opel that very much suits international standards. But the Vectra was a CBU which meant it was expensive to get. On top of that there were the high maintainance costs which were levied from the automaker. Even those who brought it experienced problems that came from its software and controls which regularly kept the Vectra in service centres rather than their homes. It got discontinued in 2005, which was roughly a year before the Opel brand were taken out of the market by GM in favour of Chevrolet. 6. Fiat Siena. Fiat introduced the Siena in 1998 knowing that its success could make pepole forgive the brand for its wrongdoings in India. The Siena was based on the Palio sold abroad and even came with the option of a station wagon body form, known as the Siena Weekend. But the Siena and the Weekend never quite came close to being a success here which further dented the image of Fiat. The Siena was an outright disaster of an expensive product coupled with an infamous service history from the brand, not to forget that its earlier models came imported all the way from Italy. The introduction of a couple of more potent sedans during the same time sidelined the Siena before Fiat finally pulled the plug on it. Fiat managed to replace it with the Petra in 2002 which again was a product that did not click. The Petra was again a sedan derivative of the Palio and had a station wagon version in the form of the Palio Adventure. But the result of the Petra was the same as that of the Siena as customers slowly started to lose faith in the Fiat brand here. However, like the 309 the Siena also has a very unique following and there are instances of it being kept as collector's items. 7. Toyota Yaris. The last of the additions in this list comes in the form of a vehicle still on sale currently. The Yaris does exists today, but by only just. Launched only in 2018, the Yaris was one that could not set things up for Toyota despite the expectations it had. This may be because it doesn't have a few important features or its subjective design, but overall i strongly think that the Yaris is a great car that should be selling more than what it currently does. It does have its moments such as good mileage according to class standards, strong build and Toyota's trademark reliability and durability factors. Unfortunately, it has been overlooked by the customers till now which is a sorry sight to see. Toyota still do have a lot of time to correct themselves in this segment, but it may not seem that the Yaris would be the perfect model for that. There are some rumours of the automaker collaborating with Suzuki in order to develop a mid-size sedan for emerging markets like India. If that does turn out to be true, we may have to bid adieu to the Yaris for India. These are the sedans that I taught of including looking at them being good products. Likewise, there are many other sedans which did not get their due credit after their launch here. But i think these seven were worthy of writing about given the expectations placed on it. Overall the Indian market has been a mixed bags with quite a few takers of sedans present today. But back in the day, sedans were kind of a status symbol which used to sell in strong numbers. Now i think those days are gone and there is only the compact sedan space that is contributing to the overall growth of sedans here. Picture Credits: Google. Thank you.
Because they use high quality products compared to the rest. My dad’s 8 year old Vento has lesser maintenance than my 3 year old Wagon R. During the span of 3 years, the number of parts in my Wagon R was many. Whereas my dad’s Vento just had its tyres, battery and a faulty ABS unit replaced. My Wagon R’s general service costs around 4–4.5K per 6 months or 9k for an year and my dad’s VW costs around 9–10k per year.
Everyone else may disagree, but my vote goes for Volkswagen. Reasons are many: VW produces cars that provides excellent build compared to its Indian/Korean/American/Japanese/French counterparts. Also, handling and dynamics is probably only second to the cars made by Ford. I could do high speed turns with VW cars without making me nervous unlike others except Ford. VW (unless you use dry clutch automatic transmission) recommend yearly service unlike the rest of the bunch. That makes a lot of difference. My dad’s car(Vento) which is 8 years old has yearly service of around 9–10K, but my Wagon R has 6 months service of 4–5k, so the difference in amount of service per year is negligible. Out of the past 8 years, the parts that were replaced in my dad’s vento were tyres, battery and a faulty ABS sensor and, my bro’s Jetta had none. My Wagon R which is around 3 years old have replaced so many parts in the span of 3 years. The replacement of the parts itself is enough to knock off the initial savings I had from buying the Suzuki. I have heard even worst stories from owners of Ford/Tata/Mahindra/Hyundai. So, paying more for VW initially is perfectly justified in the long run. In short VW is comparatively reliable except some issues with their DQ200 transmission.
ó“Lack of commitment” is probably the best explanation for this. The company is lacking commitment to serve indian customers at so many levels. Service : Not many service centres, not a great service either, the VW cars are usually known to spend more than one day at the A.S.C which is a one day thing with Hyundai and MS. products: their products polo, vento are nearly a decade old, yet they are not concerned about refreshing their portfolio. Ameo is not a new product but just a presence in sub compact segment, you can read my answer to an Ameo specific question. They have a new polo in europe but have no plans to bring it to india. R&D and parts: VW is not interested in any R&D to understand indian conditions. poor indian quality of fuel compared to other countries was not considered ,parts were not redesigned for indian conditions, which kept failing in past and earned them a bad reputation. Even lack of localization of parts meant that they had to be imported, availability and cost hit consumers hard and resulted in cars waiting at service station for parts to arrive. Simple parts like A/C vents break like 3rd class plastic chinese toys and cost a bomb to replace. Value: Indian consumers are value conscious, they value Rear seat space which polo,Ameo or vento (3 at rear) does not give at all. recently they have downgraded their already pedestrian petrol engine in polo and Ameo from 1.2L 3 cylinder to 1 L 3 cylinder engine. Such an engine is okay for wagon R but does no justice to Ameo. One of my acqaintance had a friend who made the mistake of buying a vento to be used as private taxi for a hotel and his livelihood suffered due to failure of parts, cost of spares and unreliability of the car.
See both of your options are different in taste as, the hyundai Creta is a SUV and the maruti Ciaz is a sedan so, both of the cars gives you different kind of specialty for example the CRETA gives u a sports utility, more power ,good stability, great features, and will definitely give you feeling of comfort and youngness while the CIAZ is a luxary wagon , yes it is smooth ,great interior & looks great. So it depends according to your taste. Well i personally like CRETA more, you will definitely understand after driving it. If you want some more option in sedan cars here are some: 1) Hyundai Verna 2) Honda City 3) Toyota corolla 4) Volkswagen Vento 5) Volkswagen Ameo (New) Each of the above are best-in-class sedans, hope u find it helpful.
Few Qs? Are you going to drive your vehicle or will you appoint a driver? If you are going to sit at the back, then apart from headroom, you need the knee room (leg room) too. Some cars have cramped back seat (very limited head room) so it would be good if you first visit showrooms and try every car personally and then narrow down your search. Below answer has already produced by ,Yash Mehta,. You can simply ignore wheelbase part. it's irrelevant to your height but consider leg room as primary parameter. Hatchback Cars with Best Headroom Space, Legroom Space Combination Maruti Wagon R and Maruti Stingray - 102 cm, Wheelbase - 2400 mm Hyundai Elite i20 - 95 cm, Wheelbase - 2570 mm Tata Bolt - 94 cm, Wheelbase - 2470 mm Hyundai Grand i10 - 94 cm, Wheelbase - 2425 mm Maruti Celerio - 94 cm, Wheelbase - 2425 mm Datsun Go - 93 cm, Wheelbase - 2450 mm Hatchback Cars with Good Headroom Space but Relatively Lower Legroom These cars are good for self driven - but rear legroom space can feel compact Maruti Ritz - 96 cm, Wheelbase - 2360 mm Hyundai I10 - 93 cm, Wheelbase - 2380 mm Hyundai Santro Xing - 93 cm, Wheelbase - 2380 mm Maruti Zen Estilo - 92 cm, Wheelbase - 2360 mm Hatchback Cars with Relatively Lower Headroom Space but Excellent Leg room Good Rear Legroom Space - Ideal for Short passengers looking for maximum Legroom Ford Figo - 89cm, Wheelbase - 2480 mm Tata Vista - 89 cm, Wheelbase - 2470 mm Etios Liva - 90 cm, Wheelbase - 2460 mm Fiat Punto - 91 cm, Wheelbase - 2510 mm Other Hatchback Cars (Avg Legroom & Avg Headroom) Chevy Beat - 90 cm, Wheelbase - 2375 mm Honda Brio - 90 cm, Wheelbase - 2345 mm Volkswagen Polo - 90 cm, Wheelbase - 2456 mm Maruti Swift - 91 cm, Wheelbase - 2430 mm Sedan Cars with Best Legroom All Mid Sedan Cars more or less have comfortable Headroom to accommodate 6 Feet Passengers easily. Still - Tata Zest, Maruti Swift Dzire are the best pick for tall people. In terms of Legroom the wheelbase is longest in Mid Sedan and are most Spacious Maruti Ciaz - 2650 mm (Most Spacious Sedan) Nissan Sunny, Honda City 2015, Renault Scala, Fiat Linea - 2600 mm (Excellent Buy) Hyundai Fluidic Verna - 2570 mm Skoda Rapid, Volkswagen Vento - 2552 mm Toyota Etios - 2550 mm SUV Cars - Mahindra XUV 500, Renault Duster, Nissan Terrano, Ford Ecosport, Tata Safari Storme, Mahindra Scorpio etc - all are well suited for Tall Passnegers Which are the top ten cars for tall people (6.3) in India?,
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