My height is 6 feet and my wife’s was 5.6″ . after lots of discussion, expert advise, internet surfing, i settled for RITZ ZXI, which i think is best buy for me, it cost me 5.90 Lakhs with all important gadgets, Regards.
for tall family, you need the TALL BOY,,, get the RITZ ZXI,,,, it fits perfect in budget, and pretty decent too ,,,, don’t degrade to vxi and lxi, as they’re much cheaper, and could lure you,,, also dealers can force you to opt for vxi with abs !!! ….. as zxi booking period is more, book it and wait for 1 month before switching to the lower…[Read more]
The honda city is above 7.5lacs. I agree with Amitosh, Ritz ia a very good buy and u get height adjustment as well in the zxi varient. Also it has good resale value. Even the ecosport is good and should be out soon. And go for a petrol car.
ahh Ritz ZXi is a good buy…u can also consider Hyundai i20 sportz petrol… even though the car is a bit underpowered, power n torque are more than enough for city drives… n it is spacious, feature rich n comfortable too…Regards
Ritz or Vista or i20. No point considering anything else.
alto 800, would be a better and suppressive choice over the nano, obviously due to specs it has ,,,,, if budget ain’t a constraint just get the 800 ….
Tata Nano is the one which i suggests, it is an ideal car for city drives… it has high seating position which wud give good visibility, is easy to handle & park in cities… Regards
well AFAIK, visibility ain’t a big issue here, and along with power steering the alto 800 scopes higher,,,, ofcourse the power steering is in lxi and vxi, but nano is just without them … also refer this link ….. http://www.cartoq.com/tata-nano-vs-maruti-alto-800-the-better-first-car/ ….. cheers !!!
when ever a more experienced driver is seated, as co driver with the less experienced one, he feels uncomfortable ,,,,, he always tries to tell you to keep that extra side for his own satisfaction,,,,, try taking out in open fields with trees, maneuver between trees, the judgement is experience,,,,, also look at the left orvm after overtaking the…[Read more]
Even experienced drivers get butterflies in their stomach and make mistakes too. That’s how you learn. Two days back, I drove my Scorpio through what turned out to be waist deep water. I actually had water coming into the cabin through the engine bay. I do not know how the Scorp managed to get through and believe you me, I more than had my heart…[Read more]
@Nikhil Kumar: Thank you sir, Ya will take extra precaution while dealing with PULSAR or bikes, and will always keep L poster at fwd and rear end.
I fill it brim to brim every week. No harm done. Also means fewer visits to the petrol pump and allows me accurate tankful-to-tankful mileage calculations each week.
I do it every time. Till date no problem. Advantage, you get exact fuel consumption every time. But if you are not using the car for long time (eg only weekends) better don’t do it every time.
No. Stop refueling as soon as the dispenser cuts off automatically. Just round off to the nearest 50Rs
well upto auto cut off, okay, but after that its suicidal, as it affects the car’s vapor system, you could face emission issues and poor performance if liquid fuel enters the charcoal canister,,,, also there could be fuel spill at turns and could be pretty dangerous in summer,,,, also don’t do, tankful for ghat roads, as the car feels bit less…[Read more]
As we know, production of the car is stopped for some reasons. Let’s wait for production getting streamlined. Meanwhile, if you are lucky, some dealer in your city may have existing stock available. Please check it accordingly.
As of now there’s a 3-4 week waiting period, but that will increase because of the production issue right now.
The car will be launched in a few days. There was a media preview for some recently of the facelifted car with an automatic transmission (same transmission as Sunny automatic / Scala automatic). Expect a launch in the next 20 days.
well today most of the filters in car are paper filters, with multi layers of paper,, ,,,, if you’re purchasing one at out market, probably they’re cloth or foam filter ,,,,, but if purchasing paper filters, its just folly ….. yup, the cloth filters, are more sound and provide better clean air intake and thus boost performance, and mileage too…[Read more]
If you are talking about K&N / Green Cotton free flow air filters, yes you can use them in place of the stock filters. However, personally, I don’t quite recommend them, because despite the benefits of a higher air flow for the engine (and correspondingly better fuel efficiency in some cases), in very dusty conditions, these filters need frequent…[Read more]