what city you are residing in????
You do not get a diesel Swift for 6L. Beat and Figo is very simple. Depends on how much space you need.
how is the current market scenario for Chevrolet BEAT? is it dependable as maruti or hyundai? My requirements are only the above specified.Comfort space speed etc are not much my issue. I also want to knw if any problem comes will i have to go to the service centre always as i wont have time to look into. i want to buy and forget the…[Read more]
Only the top end Beat diesel comes close to your budget. It will come with 3 years of maintenance and you can opt for extended warranty too. It is primarily a city car and has funky interiors / design which appeal more to the youth. It is an extremely driveable vehicle. For your usage, a petrol vehicle would do just fine. If you are fine with that…[Read more]
Not knowing what your specific requirements are, I would say the City is the best of this lot. Followed by the Verna
It would be much easier if you could tell us what you are looking for in a car. If its a long list of features, its the Verna. Honda City is the safest buy in petrol sedans and a very well rounded package. Rapid is the drivers car in these four options. SX4 will have space on the rear bench as well as in the boot and currently has noticeable…[Read more]
If you’re going to take a hammer to it, then it would probably be the Trax
But if you’re talking in terms of safety, then it’s not got to do with just a strong body. Infact, sometimes it’s better if the body absorbs the impact and crumples than pass it on to the cabin inside. There are a lot of other factors, like airbags, crumple zones, ABS,…[Read more]
The Innova petrol takes pretty well to a CNG kit. Many cabbies use this option – they buy the base petrol variant (cheapest variant) and then add a CNG kit to it. If you add a good sequential CNG kit, it should serve you well.
do you go for offroading if then go for the all terrain otherwise no use of all terrain go for the highway tires..
For regular use, HT tyres would be fine – for highway / city as they have lower rolling resistance. However, if you do encounter bad roads, go for all-terrain tyres, as they have better flex for comfort and a wider tread pattern for grip.
The distance takes 13 to 15 hours depending on the driving speed. Also add the time for which you may stop including tolls, food, nature’s call etc. From what I have heard, the Mumbai – Aurangabad – Nagpur road should be ideal. It would be Mumbai – Ghoti – Sinnar – Aurangabad – Jalna – Mehkar – Karanja – Amravati – Nagpur. The conventional road is…[Read more]
thanks a lot Mr.Amit for your helpful info..
mumbai-igatpuri-sinnar-vaijapur bypass-lasur-aurangabad bypass-jalna-mehekar-karanja lad-pulgaon-wardha bypass-nagpur….awesome road no traffic. i had been to mumbai from nagpur by this road & i completed my journey in mere 12.30 hrs.
As long as your car is in good condition, regularly serviced, you won’t have any issues with it. Here’s a list of things to check: http://www.cartoq.com/10-quick-weekly-checks-for-your-car/ . As for the route, a friend of mine HV Kumar is a whiz with route planning – here’s a link to his site: http://www.hivayking.in/