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Maruti Ignis Highlights
Maruti Ignis has carved a place in Indian market owing to its funky and youthful styling. The tall boy design of the Ignis is functional too and the car is spacious enough to seat four occupants in utmost comfort. Interiors of the cabin too carry the funky design and the highlight here is floating tablet featuring the host of multi-media controls. The high seating position of Ignis aids the practicality and finding ideal driving position is a child’s play.
The tried and tested set of Maruti powertrains – a 1.2-liter K-series petrol and a 1.3-liter DDiS diesel engine make force in the Ignis to the tune of 83PS/113Nm and 75PS/190Nm respectively. Both these motors are mated to 5-speed manual transmission and Maruti Ignis features automated manual transmission in both petrol and diesel guise.
Price & Competitors
Priced between Rs 4.56-8.08 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi), the Ignis is taking on Hyundai Grand i10, Tata Tiago, and Nissan Micra among others. Click on the below link to get an idea of on-road price & select the city accordingly.
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However, this price does not include dealer handling charges, logistic charges, accessories charges or third party insurance. So, final quote will be shared by the authorized Maruti dealership.
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CNG, being the better fuel option that it is in comparison to petrol and diesel, is in huge demand these days, and there are two ways in which an Indian buyer can opt for it; either a buyer can bring home a brand new, original CNG car with a factory-fitted CNG kit sitting under its hood, or they can get their petrol car converted suitably so that it would now run on a dual-fuel system by means of a retro-fitted CNG kit. As far as the factory-fitted kind are concerned, they can be easily chosen according to personal preferences from a wide range of CNG vehicles that even prominent auto-brands are offering these days in their most popular fleets of automobiles.
However, when it comes to the retro-fitted types, there are a number of important things that need to borne in mind by the buyer to ensure that they get the best in terms of safety, performance, efficiency and value-for-money.
There are company fitted CNG cars like Tata Nano, Maruti Alto 800, Maruti Wagon R, Maruti Ertiga etc.
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It was the thoroughly worrying levels of pollution in the country that first lead the NGT to ban diesel-run vehicles over 10 years old in Delhi. With this step of the government, we can assume that metropolitan cities such as Mumbai, Bengaluru, Chennai, and Hyderabad will be on the list of National Green Tribunal where diesel cars above 2,000cc will be banned.
The NGT have a deep consideration on data of population density, car density, pollution levels of the cities likes Mumbai, Kolkata, Bengaluru, Patna, Lucknow, Allahabad, Kanpur, Varanasi, Nagpur, Chennai, Hyderabad, Ludhiana, Jalandhar, Amritsar and Pune in question before it decides whether to ban diesel vehicles or not.
Each type of fuel has its advantages and disadvantages, one cannot be termed better than other. If diesel emits more of particulate matter, petrol has a more carbon footprint and CNG has a higher nitrogen oxide emission - all considered harmful.The proposed BS VI emission norms are far more stringent for diesel vehicles when compared to their petrol variants and far more cleaner as well. A BSVI diesel vehicle will lead to reduction of 68% and 82% in nitrogen oxide and particulate matter versus BS IV vehicles, whereas petrol vehicles are required to drop by 25% vis-a-vis the current BS-IV norms.
That said, there are efforts being implemented by government with the collaboration of the fuel makers and automakers to save the existence of diesel vehicles. Yes, there are other inventions also like electric vehicles and hybrid vehicles which are considered for future as they emit less pollution than the diesel, but it does not mean that the diesel vehicles are in danger but the laws will be made strict for their usage in order to control the pollution.
Moreover, we are pleased that as government’s sights firmly set on making India a primarily electric car driven nation by 2030 to reduce fuel import bills and running costs of vehicles. Please click on the below link to check the article on Electric cars on our website.
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Yes, the government is planning to put some strong regulations across the country but till now, there is no confirmation on their next plan.
So, if you're planning for a diesel car as of now in NCR then you can go ahead with it.
Note: If you are traveling less than 50-60km a day, opt for a petrol car instead of a diesel. With the extra Rs 1-1.50 lakh spent on a diesel purchase, you can actually drive a similar petrol car for as many as two years! So, do your math carefully. A diesel usually makes sense if you are driving above 60/70km a day.
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Honda City Highlights
In its latest avatar, Honda has sharpened the looks of City’s arrow-shot design while building on its inherent qualities like well-proportioned demeanour and quality interiors.
Honda City 2017 comes with option of two powertrains - a 1.5-liter i-VTEC petrol engine and a 1.5-liter i-DTEC diesel engine, making raw force up to the tune of 118PS/145Nm and 100PS/200Nm respectively. Petrol Honda City comes with both manual and automatic transmission options while the diesel City features the single option of 6-speed manual gearbox.
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Honda City Mileage
Variant Transmission Mileage (ARAI) Mileage City
Diesel Manual 25.6 kmpl 22.4 kmpl
Petrol Manual 17.4 kmpl 13.9 kmpl
Petrol Automatic 18.0 kmpl 12.5 kmpl
These are claimed figures and vary as per one's driving style and habits.
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