You do not increase GC by playing the tire size. You do so by adding spacers to the rear suspension.
Performance is best in class. Handling Is also good. Certainly better than the Verna, Vento and Sunny. There is no definition of a ‘good’ music system. You can have one for as little as 8-10k. Audiophile grade setups can go into six figures.
With the City, you get the same car mechanically as any other trim and the most important part is that it gets the safety kit of ABS and airbags. The higher trims just get better with convenience oriented features, which you may get as per your taste, budget and time. Regards.
Maintenance costs are among the lowest in class. Problem is, Fiat dealers are few and far between. Resale value is unnecessarily poor. Classic case of perception.
Resale value has been hit because of the company, not the cars. They are both brilliant products let down by a poor dealer and service network and their earlier association with Tata where the cars were given step motherly treatment.
A soft suspension provides a silent and pillowy ride at low speeds. Ideal for city usage. But handling gets compromised and the car bounces around at speed. Also, not good for driving when loaded. A stiff suspension will ensure better handling and a flat ride at speed, along with better manners under load. But the car will throw you around a fair…[Read more]
Which diesel hatch has soft and stiff set up??
Swift has a stiff set up. The i20 has a soft set up.
Punto, Vista D90, Figo and in city, the Micra. The i20 can also be decent fun in certain conditions.
I20 Diesel id most fun to Drive!! 105 @ 2k Rpm and the Longest Turbo Spooling Range would nake you smile with 6 speed Gear box is a Dream!!
I would second the choices Shreyans has and would also add the Swift diesel to it. I kind of like its handling.
Polaris has a whole range of ATVs. There are no designated tracks as such, but hyperperformance motorsports has just opened one in Noida.
Left hand drive orientation vs right hand drive orientation. Lets just say the VW group car are not Indianized properly.
It’s an orientation issue – left hand drive / right hand drive. Trivia: Did you know, that most cars these days have an arrow in the fuel gauge pointing to the side the fuel filler cap is on? If not the arrow, the fuel pump symbol in the meter will have the nozzle on the side the fuel filler is. (Disclaimer – Scorpio does not have this , but…[Read more]