Sail- Better Space and Comfort, Good Feature list, Good 5 year warranty package by GM, A Complete Sedan. with better looks(personal taste)…
Dzire- Better After-sales-service and wider service network, Better Handling..
Maintenance Costs and Mileage would be more or less the Same with both the Cars..
My Pick would be the Sail over the Dzire
The Dzire is a no nonsense purchase here it score in every aspect than the chopped rear boot and the rear legroom.but if you want a proper sedan looking car,the sail it is.looks gorgeous in white from all sides especially back.chevy is sorting out some problems hence the production is stopped for both sail and sail sedan at the moment so waiting…[Read more]
One reason being the avg and the other price of diesel being lesser than petrol. Honda crv is a petrol suv.
Thanx @ Jay…..but i am not talking about Crv., Outlander, Landrovers..because they are expensive….i am asking about Safari ,Scorpio.Aria, Fortuner,Endeavour.Xuv5oo,Pajero, Santa Fe or Yeti
There are good petrol SUVs available – The Maruti Grand Vitara, the Honda CR-V, Mitsubishi Outlander, are all petrol SUVs in the below Rs. 25 lakh segment (and lower down you also have the Duster & upcoming EcoSport in petrol as well).
I meant to say that these suvs r less expensive and offer diesel to save fuel costs and as their avg is low so diesel makes more sense. Also petrol suvs will find less buyers compared to diesel. Even in the compact suv duster petrol found less buyers but i guess the ecosport can change it with the ecoboost engine.
The Safari did come in a petrol version(a 2.0l 135hp mpfi) but the sales was too low and the 2 tonne vehicle was a fuel guzzler also.the petrol price is always higher so the diesel makes more sense in our market for suvs.we can even see now that the crv,outlander etc struggling to sell where as the diesel suvs are selling like hotcakes.Regards…
Funnily enough, one has never really thought about the boot space of an Ambassador – it is huge and does swallow a fair bit of luggage. The Etios has 590 litres of space and is the largest in its segment as well as a couple of segments above it too. I would think the Ambassador would be comparable in size.
i think it looks more because of that shape which has more curved space than boxy squarish so taller things can be kept easily(a man can sit yogi stlye where as we have to lie down in modern cars ) a plus of the old design hence the big appeal.Regards…
Optra Magnum’s 2 litre diesel should give you a fuel efficiency of about 12 kmpl in normal conditions. It’s a good car to buy, but spares would probably be an issue now since the car has been discontinued.
the suspension and handling was not that great with the car provided the high output it gives.it was the most powerful car from the chevy stable before the cruze.its roomier and gives a more status feel being a sedan.check the car fully before buying as the spares are costly and as roshun said availability is a sore point into the future as its…[Read more]
I’m assuming you’re talking of the 5000 km service, which should include an oil change. Just drive your car normally – and you’ll have a troublefree run with it.
Ecoboost-19kmpl, 1.5petrol-15kmpl. And the ecoboost will only come in the titanium version while 1.5lit petrol will come in ambient, trend n titanium. Exact prices arent out yet but ecoboost might be expensive compared to the 1.5lit ambient n trend not sure about the titanium.
neither …. both suit for taxi use more than personal … in same budget i would selecte sail sedan, dzire, amaze in that order …
Yes, both looks awkward, love to have Amaze or Dzire in place of them.
Dont go for them. Consider amaze and dzire if possible, otherwise toyota etios. Personally i would go for the dzire over the amaze.
as far as these two are to be considered-etios,however apart from etios , there are many good options available like the honda amaze or the swift dzire
Chevy Sail and Toyota Classic are better than the Amaze,Etios,Verito and Dzire