Originally Posted by samsamsam
Top Five Priorities: Comfort, Design,Low Maintenance, Safety, Luggage space.
This goes in favour of Amaze, i20, Linea , but if back seat comfort is important then Manza, Sunny. BTW
, i20 diesel is not only better powered car but also power well utilised.
| Monthly Running: Between 2500 – 3000 km
Certainly, go for diesel .
Again vista, Manza, Sunny if all three back benches are adults.
| Nissan Sunny: Loved this car but again only the base version.
What are the features you want to have in your car?
@ dharmesh, I didn't adviced classic linea , because it is devoid of features. But yes for buyer who thinks of saving money on fuel by fitting a CNG kit should rather think of classic diesel as well.
| Chevrolet Sail: TD felt bumpy and transmission was glitchy.
TD the Sail sedan also , discount offer is also going on.
| ford figo: I am yet to TD this but I have read a lot of good reviews about this car.
only problems are low GC. I would like to know about your driving style for this.
Also spares are costlier due to non localisation of manufacturing.
It is under recall now. http://www.theautomotiveindia.com/fo...ics-again.html
: The interiors are bad and don't like the centrally allingned dashboard[/QUOTE] Interiors of latest version are better , when did you TD /saw it last. http://www.theautomotiveindia.com/fo...est#post273273
The centrally positioned speedo /odo /tacho allows the driver to have a look at it without taking eyes off the road. So it is driver friendly design infact but
Etios suffers due to low GC when moderately loaded.
VW Polo[/B]: expensive to maintain.
Agreed, especially for a buyer with MSIL background.
@all, as a Mumbai driver, we should suggest the OP a car with minimum turbo lag, so suggest which amongst above cars ?