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Are taking two different categories of cars and comparing the performance of it. Ciaz AT : . Awesome suspension set-up . Ride comfort . Well-equipped and luxurious interiors . Most spacious car in its segment . NEW petrol engine 1.5L . Old Automatic gear system main disadvantage. Ertiga AT Big Family car Both share the same engine petrol and diesel engine More Bodyweight More seating capacity as compare to ciaz In term of performance, Ciaz is better and feel more premium as compare new Ertiga. Ciaz have marginal better mileage as we compare to Ertiga and Ciaz is more fun to drive as we compare to Ertiga. But if you are looking for automatic in petrol you must take a test drive of Honda City and Toyota Yaris if you are looking to buy petrol and if you looking to buy the diseal car then please take the test drive of Skoda Rapid, Volkswagen Vento and Hyundai Verna as they are a good option in diesel engine. But the last choice is yours but think before investing around 10 to 12 lakh. Best of luck and new car bring you more joy in your family :)
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”
I am driving a petrol dzire for the past 1 n 1/2 years and I can safely say its the best car this amount of money can buy. Its pickup is awesome which can beat a scorpio or a duster anyday and mileage is extraordinary (14.5 kmpl with ac on always in a busy city like Kolkata). Its interiors are better than even say a Volkswagen vento which costs 3lakhs more. Just go for it...it wont disappoint u.
This is a very reliable car. I purchased the Volkswagen Vento car in 2011 and sold the same in 2018. more than 7 years I used this vehicles, but never gives a trouble even for single day. Now question can come why sold after using 7 years. that is the mistake I made for which I am still repenting. such a driving comfort, safe and robust car, good mileage(this sedan car in local gave the average of 13 km and highway 20–21 km. only it’s drawback is the parts cost and availability of Service center. But if your driving is safe and Good, you can reduce your maintenance cost.
I am buying fresh vegetables for our home since i was about 14–15 yrs. I always buy from road side vegetable vendors and never bargain for the price.(In India it is very common to bargain for the price.) I do not like to bargain with the poor vendors who are earning enough to survive somehow. I just ask the vendor to give what i want and at last ask how much i should pay. It is my normal practice which i am following from last 30–35 years. Last year in December i was looking to buy a new sedan car. I had almost finalized on Honda city Petrol and was going to book to it in another day. Just then my son-in-law suggested why not i have a look at Volkswagen Vento. I agreed and went to the Volkswagen dealer. The salesman there showed me a Vento Diesel car. It was priced at Rs. 13.75 lacs. He said that there is an old model (June 2015) in metallic grey color available with them. He offered me a discount of Rs. 2 lacs if i choose to buy that car, so the car would cost me only Rs. 11.75 lacs. He clarified that in Jan. 2018 new Vento would be launched with three additional features, before that the company wants to clear the old stock. I went to see the car at the service station which was nearby, liked it and booked it next day. I got benefited by Rs. 2 lacs. I believe this is how karma works.
You have picked out quite an interesting set of choices from the second hand market. It would have been much clearer had you mentioned parameters like kms driven, number of owners or the asking price to name a few. Anyways, I will try to analyse about each car mentioned above to give you a bit of a clear picture: Fiat Linea. The Fiat Linea is a great product and is easily the most spacious out of the three. While it has a lot of space at the rear, tall pepole might not find the headroom in the car to be adequate. It has a lot going for it like solid built, good features list and a great set of engines. However, with Fiat having left India back in 2018, you might experience difficulty in finding spare parts for the car. Many Fiat owners have since then either sold their respective vehicles or have given it for scrap, with the major reason being the inability to maintain them for the long run. But you can consider yourself lucky if you come in contact with a person specialized in Fiat's who can guide you. If you really want to own the Linea I suggest you go for it, but after doing a bit of homework. Fiat's are prone to a few teething problems which though could be repaired by a normal mechanic, might cost you a fortune. Keeping that aside, there are so many Linea’s available for prices below Rs.3 lakhs in the used car market, which in first glance seem to be great value for money. Ford Fiesta. If you look for driving pleasure out of the three, the Fiesta remains to be the suitable pick. It is the best handling car out of the three, has a punchy set of engines both in petrol and diesel and like the Linea, could also be available for cheap. Look out for examples of the Fiesta 1.6 S, which is getting a lot of enthusiast attention owing to it being a collectors model. In terms of spares and service, it depends on whether the Ford dealership in your city does have spares available for your car. If not, you might have to be content with those of the first generation Figo, which shares a lot of parts with the Fiesta. In fact, being an owner of the previous generation Figo, there were many instances of our Ford dealer handing out parts of the Fiesta to us before. Maintainance could very much be on the higher side and if you buy a petrol model of the car, I suggest you to regularly check the engine by revving since it has a tendency to lose power which might turn out to be problematic. The Diesel one is okay but that doesn't change the fact that it would also be one having a high cost of maintainance. But for the performance the car gives, I see a lot of Fiesta owners not minding about the previous aspect which is okay. Volkswagen Vento. The Vento remains to be the safer of the three choices due to the fact that it is still in production now. It has remained unchanged ever since its launch in 2010, meaning spares offered on the 2021 car could more or less be the same. Not quite sure on the costs of the spare parts though as Volkswagen’s have a tendency of being very difficult to maintain. This would mean spare part prices could be on the higher side, which is not a great sign. Other than that, there are rumours that the Vento could be phased out by next year as Volkswagen are planning a replacement for it. That will be on the lines of the current generation Virtus, sold in many markets as the next generation of the Vento. But again, the Vento is more than a fine car to own with it having a lot going for it. The body is built to last, there is a lot of boot space and the engines can deliver a good amount of fun. Unlike that of the Linea or Fiesta, the engine of the Vento can run for long with good care taken of it, hence if you find one with less km driven there is a lot of potential left in the engine which you can churn out. Maybe this could have helped you in getting a clearer picture of which car you might want to own. At the moment, I can only hope that the purchase you make turns out to be a fruitful one in the long run. I'll try to help you out if I can when it comes to maintaining the car after you made the purchase. Thank you.
Fiat introduced the Linea to the Indian market during January 2009. It was set to be launched on Diwali 2008 but due to some unfortunate events here, it's launch was postponed to a couple of months. It was positioned to rival the likes of the Honda City, Maruti Suzuki SX4 and the Hyundai Verna in its segment. Despite the Linea having its price on the higher side, it's initial sales were good. Fiat managed to sell the first two batches of the Linea by July 2009, which accounted for about 16,000 units. One of the reasons for the decent sales figures of the Linea was the choice of engines it offered. The Linea was available in a choice of a 1.4 litre naturally aspirated petrol motor and a 1.3 litre multijet diesel motor. Both engines received a lot of praise from experts and auto enthusiasts alike. On the other hand, it's diesel motor was seen in many other automobiles like the Maruti Suzuki Swift and the Tata Indica Vista. Fiat also rolled out the Linea T-Jet in 2010. This model came with the same petrol motor, this time being tuned to produce 90 BHP of power. Sales were steady until 2011. The launch of the new fluidic Verna affected the sales of the Linea. There was also the facelifted Honda City, which launched here in late 2011, which pulled the potential customers for Linea towards itself. Fiat brought up the Linea facelift in 2013 and it didn't work much for them. It featured revised front and rear ends and a better interior compared to the outgoing model. As per reports, Fiat sold just 1,400 units of the Linea facelift one year into its launch. Put that in context with the Honda City and the Hyundai Verna, whom managed about 36,000 and 32,500 units respectively around the same time. Add to that, there were new offerings which came into the segment like the Volkswagen Vento and the Skoda Rapid. Fiat delayed in launching the next generation Linea here due to its poor sales here. In 2015, Fiat were averaging just 500 units in monthly sales numbers. The automaker was struggling to keep its head above water and brought its Marquee American brand, Jeep to India that year. In 2017, Jeep launched the Compass which turned out to be an initial success. This prompted Fiat to make Jeep their leading brand here and were banking on the latter. Then in 2018, Fiat decided to discontinue its entire model line-up here including the Linea and exited the country. The Linea was an underacheiving product from the automaker which deserved to sell more here. It's a shame such a product had to face the wrath of Fiat's sales and service network in India, which were very few compared to their rivals. Fiat as a brand struck a chord amongst the auto enthusiasts here due to their great handling cars. Unfortunately, there were very few of them and this didn't result much in sales numbers. Hope Fiat returns here with an even stronger product line-up in the near future. Thank you.
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