Hi, I am planning to buy a 7 seater MUV. Right now thinking about Honda BRV but open for suggestion. Plz suggest. Thanks
Honda BR-V has received a good response from car buyers. The company claims that the 3 year unlimited km warranty policy on BR-V has been strongly appreciated by the customers. BR-V has amassed strong interest from both young and middle aged customers. As per current demand, BR-V has witnessed equal consumer preference in petrol and diesel variants. The new warranty policy of 3 year unlimited km warranty for BR-V has been very positively accepted and is one of the driving forces for good acceptance of BR-V in the market. When we talk about sales, it should not be the concern. BR-V is undoubtedly a good car to go with.
Hey Amit, we are glad to know that you wish to buy a new car and we are overwhelmed to be a part of your purchase. The car that you have selected is really good. BRV is more like a crossover, it can work off roads too. Though you do not get that many features but it is nice to drive and the cabin is quite silent. We would not ask you to change your decision here. The car that you chose is good already. In competition you have NuvoSport, Renault Lodgy and Ertiga out of which this one has got better looks and also is better to drive. Click here to know all about it.
Hey, nothing can be said about WRV as of now as the car has not been launched yet. Talking about Creta, Duster and Brezza. Creta has got space, Duster is great to drive and Brezza is fuel efficient yet less powerful. If power is what you are looking for choose between Duster or Creta and if you are just going to drive in cities and mileage is a priority, go for Brezza. Click here to check out the comparison.
Hi I have to purchase a petrol car. Budget Rs 6-8.5 lacs on -road. I want to make a choice between maruti Baleno Zeta, Tata Zest XT, Ford Figo Aspire. I dont want any service issues in future. My running is not much, say 300 kms per month. I have not to go very long distances.
It is great that you wish to buy a new car and we are happy to be a part of your new car purchase. Out of the cars that you have selected, we would suggest you to choose Baleno for it meets most of your requirements. It is easy to maintain being a Maruti. The tested 1.2 ltr DDiS offers great mileage and it also offers you great space. Click here to check out the comparison.
I want to replace my Etios Cross (petrol) with a SUV having on road price of Rs. 14L. The Cross is nearly 3 years old and has run approx. 30,000 KM. What price I will get and which SUV will be worth buying. Please give suggestions.
Hey, Hexa is more value for money since it offers you better features, space and is great to drive for it has better power, Creta seems a bit expensive. Duster also has good amount of features to offer you. We would suggest you to choose Hexa if mileage and maintenance isn't something that you care about. If the requirement is just for a 5 seater SUV, moving to a 7 seater one won't be a good idea as though it offers you better power but it would cost you more in terms of mileage and maintenance. Click here to check out the comparison.
Need to buy new vehicle, confused about whether to go for car or jeep. Don't want fancy looks, but should be rugged, value for money, petrol driven, good performance, don't expect much mileage as my usage is less, say 20 - 50 km per week as i stay home and once in a while goes out of station, say once in 2 - 3 months for a ride of say 300 - 500 kms.
Hey, if comfort is something that you are looking at, we would suggest you to go for a car and if comfort supersedes looks here, you have a lot of options to go for. However, they are going to be used cars. Click here to check out the options that you have. Do select your city in order to look at the options in your city.
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