Very little difference in terms of mileage/maintenance. But the performance of the i20 is much better! In fact, the i20 can outrun some cars twice its price, and in terms of driveability is good too! But then u mgt consider looking @ the brio too, which is the best in the segment u r looking at
what is the mileage that hyundai has quoted for I 10, 1.1 and 1.2 ?
the 1.1 will definitely give you better fuel efficiency and lower maintenance. The drivability of the 1.1 is also very good. May feel slightly underpowered on highways, but not much. 1.1 is definitely a good buy.
The Ritz is a much better car in every aspect. The Eon may be cheaper, but the Ritz (assuming you’re talking petrol engines) is worth the extra money.
The Ritz is a better car – more powerful, more spacious and also a tad more expensive too.
Ritz is a much bigger car. Its also 1200 cc approx as against the 800 cc of the Eon. Ritz gives you more power, more space, and maybe more reliability also than the Eon. It is more than a lakh costlier too. So if budget is an issue, then Eon but if you have the money, then go for the Ritz.
Unanimous verdict I guess! If you need any more reinforcement, just try accelerating in the 2nd gear of the Eon, it does absolutely nothing in comparison to the Ritz! Difference price points, different capabilities
Ritz Ritz Ritz ..nice car with good resale value,low maintenance as well as good fuel economy also blessed with comfortable interior,,,
dude ritz is one segment above eon.. so ritz is better choice.. but do consider honda brio(rocket hai boss)
What exactly are you looking for in the car? That would help narrow the choice down. If you are going to be using the rear seats a lot, and need a spacious car for 4 people or at the most 5 with good fuel economy, then the Sunny diesel is a good choice. However, if you want a car that is powerful, and great to drive, with a touch of class, the…[Read more]
I’m taking the Vento out of the equation for you as it stands nowhere in terms of space when compared to the Sunny and Ertiga. That said both the Ertiga and the Sunny are spacious and comfortable vehicles. Here the choice depends on whether you need the extra row of seats in the Ertiga. Also they are two separate segments and the Sunny looks more…[Read more]
Classiest is the Vento. Most spacious is the Ertiga as it can carry 7 people when needed. If you dont need a 7-seater, then choose between vento (classy) and Sunny (spacious). If you need the extra two seats, it is Ertiga definitely. The most value for money according to me is the ertiga.
The Petrol Ertiga has killer pricing! The diesel in comparison smacks of Maruti indulging in fatter margins. Plus, when you are considering the Vento, why not think about the Rapid? Near identical car (with slight improvements in the engine and suspension departments) at a lower price.
Well thanks everybody – my average drive is 80 kms and 80 % of the time i would be using front row only. Back seats would be using on weekends. As i stay in Delhi so parking is big problem. Ertiga is getting fitted to budget plus Maruti goodwill otherwise i do not have requirement of MPV. Yes Rapid is another choice but i heard the maintenance is…[Read more]
It is a fact that many car companies are making a killing in the name of service and maintenance at the expense of the customer. Leading the pack in no particular order are Skoda, VW and Mahindra. That being said, go ahead with the Sunny. Its a decent car for the city and very spacious too. Drivability and FE are excellent with minimal turbo lag.…[Read more]
ertiga will be the best choice because its best combination of space,mielage,features,handling and reliability..
Thanks Karthik , i hd bought Sunny D and clocked 14000 kms , extremely happy with my car. I preferred Sunny over Ertiga …
Hey Vemuri Go for Fiesta its dual clutch automatic transmission delivers great power and riding pleasure along with a quite convincing mileage..
Yea the discounts are probably off, and prices have changed since then. I am an automatic driver, so biased in favour of them! With the Fiesta AT, with mostly city driving, your friend should not notice any problems with torque etc. For pure value for money it is difficult to beat diesel cars these days though. However, for pure peace of mind in…[Read more]
Well I would suggest the Fiesta, it has an amazing Autobox that is shifts gears seamlessly! Take a look at this video we drove it around the F1 track and very pretty impressed: http://www.cartoq.com/driving-a-ford-fiesta-powershift-on-a-formula-1-track/ and for info about how it drives overall, including within the city take a look at our video…[Read more]
Everyone is saying Fiesta; I would say Fiesta too. Nothing beats the comfort of an automatic when stuck in mad city traffic. And the Ford is perhaps the best automatic in its price range. Excellent ride comfort and great front seats only make the package that much better.
For just 30 km a day (15 km each way) and in Pune traffic, go for the Fiesta automatic. It has the added benefit of being a great car to take on long trips on the twisties too (like a weekend trip to Lonavala or a long expressway drive). Fuel efficiency is decent and the car is silent and a delight to drive.
Thanks all! True, in a city, the Fiesta seems to be the best choice (even over the Honda City AT, I think, which is why I wasn’t even suggesting that). But the commute is on the outskirts of Pune, as far as I could gather. Now, he is yet to shift there (next month), and the exact route goes from Aundh to Pimpri Chinchwad. Google Maps shows a…[Read more]
11-12′s ideal for the city. If your car’s giving u these numbers in the City primarily, that’s close to what you should be getting. A km/l plus or minus can be attributed to variables like traffic conditions and driving style. On the other hand, if there is a considerable amount of highway driving involved, a complaint is well warranted. Company…[Read more]
Hey Shailendra – I remember the detailed discussion we had before your purchase! I think you should wait before you complain. The fuel average meters are often unreliable. Second, to figure out the actual mileage of the car, you will need to do a tankfull to tankfull test as described by Roshun in this thread.…[Read more]
The FE claims of any Co is the FE achieved under “standard test conditions” done at the ARAI test facilities which cannot be replicated in the city. Hence the FE deviation is bound to happen. The FE of your Manza will increase after its first service but do not expect to achieve what the Co claims.
Shailendra the fuel economy that the company claims is like Dev has already pointed out under standard test conditions, not for real world conditions. The mileage your driver info system displays is not entirely accurate and can be off by one of two kmpl. There is no need to worry, let your car lap up some more miles, your mileage will likely…[Read more]
Turbo engines free up quite a bit once they are properly run in. Expect both performance and FE to improve once past that 2500km mark (manuals usually say 1000km but it is better to play this conservatively). Have the car serviced as per schedule and run it in well. The quadrajet diesel engine is very fuel efficient and will provide you years of…[Read more]
Hey friends, thanks for all your support.Car is running day by day.AVG of the car is increased by 10.5 to 11.4. KMS are 955..still all u r suggestions r welcome.
Keep up the good work. Do not be satisfied with anything less than 15kmpl. You will get closer to that as your engine frees up.
true guys Engine is gettting free,1800KMS-16.9AVG..What say guys?
Excellent The car seems to be working well for you !
Yes Roshun, Proud to be owner of Manza QDRJET-AURA-ABS”.. Roshun seen your various Vids, they are perfect…but u need to concentrate on Interior part much…need 1 suggetions…are parking sensors or camera are worth for Sedan cars? if yes then which qualitative brand?
It’s worth getting parking sensors especially in crowded cities. And since sedans have a high boot, close parking is easier if you have sensors. A camera is a bonus, but not that necessary, as using the rear-view mirrors would suffice. Thanks for the suggestion on the videos, will add a bit more on interiors in upcoming ones.