Its a lot bouncier as it gets into the three digit territory, so in real life it just won’t be able to stay with the Figo. You may safely ignore any paper comparisons of power, torque, power to weight ratio etc since they will look nice only on paper. Regards.
Figo diesel is much better compared to quanto
Its slower. And a lot scarier to drive.
A.s.s: Swift, Ride and Handling: Punto, Fuel Economy: Swift
FE will be similar for all and is more dependent on driving habits and conditions, some people do mention say that the i20 is not great in this department, but personally I feel that only the super light Swift will have noticeably better FE than the others which are over 10% or more heavier than the Swift. Ride and Handling will be noticeably…[Read more]
The Alto has smaller dimensions for sure but in my opinion the driver position of the Ritz is better, its higher and the mirrors as well as the A pillars are less obtrusive. you just have to get used to the slightly larger dimensions, rest everything should be fine. Regards.
The car is good in just about every way. My only grouse with it is that your left knee fouls with the center console when you are driving. Its something you need to get used to. The WagonR has slightly lower spare costs. But then, it uses synthetic oil while the i10 persists with mineral. So the overall service cost works out to be almost the…[Read more]
i10 Sportz is a very good city car, but I doubt if it will be in your budget in Bangalore. You do not need diesel. You will not get one for 5L anyway.
If the tyres are brand new, you will get a good price – only about 20% or so you may lose. However, if you get the EcoSport with Goodyear Assurance tyres – keep it, don’t change it. While the MRF’s where a little noisy and skittish on turns at higher speed, Ford says these two tyres were specifically designed for the EcoSport – so really don’t…[Read more]
I’d like to read “specifically designed for the Ecosport” as “the cheapest available for the Ecosport”. MRF ZV2K have been absolutely hopeless whenever I have experienced them in whichever car. Assurance are supposedly acceptable, yes. But how Kevlar is better than steel for tires(as they claim) is beyond me. Amin, it may stop bullets but as per…[Read more]
It has keyless entry, but does not have the push-button ignition feature. You can get it fitted aftermarket – but ideally, if that’s a concern, pick the Titanium Plus variant only – the Rs. 70,000 or so difference you pay would be worth the investment in the long run if this is a concern. The biggest plus with the Titanium Plus variant is the six…[Read more]