I recently purchased a Maruti Suzuki swift lxi optional from Poddar khanapara dealer in Guwahati, Assam. In the invoice bill they have mentioned the car price as 4,18,638 and after taxes came around 4.83 lakhs. But the on road price is somewhat 5.74 lakhs. So when I enquired about it with the dealer they said, it's the factory price of the car and they don't mention the on road price in the invoice bill. I'm a bit confused right now. Is it true?
Alfareed, The invoice must be containing all the components of on-road price that you have paid for. It will be having ex-showroom price, RTO charges, Insurance charges and other charges (standard accessories, Extended warranty, Logistic and Handling charges etc). If you have found any price difference on our website and the dealer quotation then please let us know the same. You can highlight it to us on email@example.com
The choice of fuel type would depend on how much you drive. If you drive for more than 2000 KMS in a month then you should go for a diesel car other wise you should choose petrol. Click here to check out our story to know more. Talking about the long term usage, yes diesel engines are heavy duty and work for a longer period of time than a petrol engine provided that they are maintained properly.
Hey, it is great that you wish to buy a new car. Mahindra Xylo is a bit hefty and hence it isn't easy to maneuver it as compared to Ertiga which is easy to maneuver and pretty comfortable to drive. Ertiga also offers less maintenance which make is easy to maintain. We would suggest you to go for Maruti Ertiga over Xylo. Click here to check out the comparison.
It is great that you wish to buy a new car and we are happy to be a part of your new car purchase. Wagon R offers less maintenance and better resale value. On the other hand, Tiago offers better power and pick up and even better space. Our pick would be Tiago for you. Since is a better value for money package. Click here to check out the comparison.
Hey, there is no update about it as of now. As per speculations, we'll skip BS V and will move to BS VI by 2020. However, there is no confirmation about the same.
There are some options which are already BS VI compliant as brands took the precautionary measures well before. The options include Hyundai Grand i10, Hyundai Creta and a few more high end cars.
I am planning to buy a compact SUV and have to choose between Ford Ecosport 1.5 Petrol Trend and Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza VDI Optional.Which one should i go for i am really confused.Ecosport looks an older model now and has very less mileage but is more powerful than Brezza,while as Brezza is still new and a diesel option means better mileage.Kindly guide me through the pros and cons of buying either of the two. Which one should i go for and why?
It's great that you are looking to buy a car and we'll surely assist you with same. The options you have selected are best in there segment and compete neck to neck. If you are driving 60-80Kms(Approx.) a day then you can opt for diesel car which can be a good option in terms of performance and can offer you better mileage. On the other hand, we suggest you to choose for petrol car if your car daily running is less. If mileage is a concern, EcoSport 1.5 Ti VCT MT Trend has a mileage ranging between 11.9kmpl and 15.9kmpl while Vitara Brezza VDi Option offers a fuel efficiency of 20.8 - 24.3kmpl. However, if you are looking for performance we would suggest you to pick for Ford Ecosport. But here the engine is noisy that is likely to be uncomfortable for long trips as the driver will find the noise levels in the cabin irritating beyond a point which is less as compared to Vitara Brezza. The Vitara Brezza looks muscular but no petrol variant is offered. Verdict: If you are looking daily commute purpose in heavy city traffic we would suggest you to pick vitara brezza and if you drive more on highways we suggest you go for Ford Ecosport. Click here to check out comparison between the variants of both the cars. In case you face any query feel free to reach us on our toll free number 1800-200-3000 Mon - Fri (10 AM - 7 PM) or write to us on firstname.lastname@example.org
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