Between the two, I would say Figo. reliable popular diesel car. eCS I don’t think is bought much by regular people – its very value for money, but a bit too basic for the normal family.
For the same price, Indigo eCS offers more rear seat space (3 people can sit) and comfort. It also offers 366 litres of boot space as against Figo’s 284 litres. So if boot space and rear seat comfort are what you are looking for, go for the Indigo eCS. But you have to digest the taxi image the car has got and also the poor driving ergonomics such…[Read more]
I would suggest the Figo for the simple reason that it’s a much better put together car. Build quality is way better than the Indigo eCS. And also, the Figo feels much better to drive and has a better image. I’d recommend the Figo.
Definitely Ford Figo. eCS sells more as a taxi then anything else. Figo is much better built, more modern as compared to the Tata and is genuinely a delight to drive.
Spares are bit costly for figo though than eCS.I know as i work in ford workshop.
Thanks a lot.
for better ride quality figo ,for cheap and easily accessible spare parts indigo
santro is a better product compare to alto k10.or else if u want a new better product go for Eon or I 10.
Alto K10 has cramped interior space but otherwise it is a great city car with consistent fuel economy, low maintenance costs and maruti’s wide service network is a boon. If you are above average height, you may find Alto K10 lacking space. In that case, you can choose the Santro.
I agree with Hrishi here. If you find the Alto too small for your liking, look at the Eon. The Santro doesn’t cut it, at this day and age.
Since you mentioned Alto K10, you’re obviously looking for a bit of power as well. In that case, consider the i10 instead of the Santro or Eon, as it offers better power (the 1.1 litre engine is shared with the Santro while the 1.2 litre is shared with the i20). The Santro is rather dated now.
i m agree with A.Aravindhan…santro maintenance & part is costly….but alto K10 no tension “PETROL BHARO AUR GAADI CHALAO…
compare to maruti it might be possible that hyundai spare parts are expensive but not much difference is there and life of parts is also long of hyundai .so dnt worry.
Alto K10 has a far more advanced technological engine.
The Alto K10 has a more powerful, free-revving, refined and best of all, longer lasting engine compared to santro. The santro, on the other hand, offers better interior space, higher quality plastics, and upright seating position (ideal for elderly people). The maintenance costs and resale value are comparable for both.
Buy Alto K10 for its engine alone. Its really worth the entire money u spend on it.
If you are a Fiat lover, then the answer is Linea! There are many who like Fiats for their looks and they are not happy with anything else. If that is not the case, then you have Rapid and Vento. There is no real difference between the cars at all, apart from looks. Rapid has more variants, so you will probably find something that fits your budget…[Read more]
Of the three, the Skoda Rapid actually makes the most sense. Variant for variant, it’s slightly cheaper than the Vento, and has decent power – 1.5 litre diesel, 104 bhp of power, compared to the Linea (90 bhp diesel). Of course, if looks are a priority, the Linea is the best looking of the lot.
Heart says Linea but you are better off with Vento or Rapid. Both have expensive spares and Skoda ASS is nothing to write home about. So I would prefer Vento despite it’s slightly higher price.
i think you should go for Linea… as it’s a complete package in this category… plus if A.S.S is also a concern, it may lack against hyundai and Suzuki but at this point of time, it’s fair among these options…
The main problems with earlier linea were poor ground clearance and air-conditioner. As these are corrected in the 2012 model, its definitely worth considering, taking into account its price, which is roughly Rs.50,000 cheaper than skoda rapid. Hope its service is better too.