Which variant in Honda brv variant is more economical and good in performance
There are 3 choices for you:
1- Manual Petrol
2- Manual Diesel
3- Automatic Petrol
It all depends on your driving requirements. It's more of a personal choice whether to buy manual or automatic.
Automatic variant will give you hassle free driving experience in bumper to bumper traffic conditions but will cost you more when it comes to maintenance.
Which will be more economical for you? It depends on the daily running of your vehicle. If the daily running of the car is more than 1200 kms then only we suggest you to opt for the diesel variant, else petrol variant will be more beneficial. The reason behind this - a diesel variant will cost you more than any petrol variant of the car as well as the maintenance cost of diesel cars is higher than petrol cars. This is because consumables like engine oil and spares used in diesel vehicles are more expensive.
Performance wise - You will get better power in the petrol variants whereas diesel car will be more torquier. This results in better pick-up, good acceleration but lesser mileage than diesel cars.
Features wise - It is as simple as that - the more you will pay, the better features you will get.
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It is great that you wish to buy a new car and we are happy to be a part of your new car purchase. Choosing between the fuel type is always an important decision. If you drive for more than 1500 kms in a month, you should go for a diesel car and if you drive less then you should choose a petrol one. Click here to go through our story which would help you decide which fuel type you should go for. Talking about the cars that you have short listed, all of them are class leading. Swift is going to be face lifted this year, the ongoing version doesn't have that much to offer you. Baleno is great car and so is i20, there are quite a few differences when it comes to power and features. i20 comes with rear AC vents and Baleno has ABS and airbags as standard. Baleno also feels light on the steering but i20 does not. Both cars offer almost same amount of leg room and space. We would suggest you to go for Baleno if you are looking forward to buy a low maintenance car. If you are looking forward to buy a car which has better comfort features, go for i20.
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