All the four cars belong to mid-sized saloon segment, and fall into a price bracket of Rs. 7-11 lakh. When comparing these four cars, every car holds its own good and bad, but if you want a value for money car Rapid scores the most, it looks elegant, it is spacious, both 1.6-litre petrol and diesel mill are refined and frugal, it scores most on the drivability and handling. Being a rebadged car, the Rapid manage to perform well than Vento, thanks to its better tuning. Hyundai Verna could be a good option as it comes with good exteriors, most comfortable cabin and good equipment level, all four engine options 1.4-litre diesel and petrol and 1.6-litre diesel and petrol are good but the suspension quality is not that great and rear seat is not that spacious for three passengers. Coming to Honda City, it is one of the most desired cars for past one decade but it's only available in petrol and with the time its getting older, the car still has its charm but it is costlier and competition is already in the next generation. To sum up, if you are looking for a petrol car Honda City still is the best car and if you are looking for a diesel saloon Skoda Rapid looks as a champ here and Skoda is also offering heavy discounts on it, but Skoda's thin dealership network is a hurdle here. If you are living in a big city then you can go for the Rapid else Verna is a good option.
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Hyundai is known for its diesel engines and the Verna's 1.4 crdi engine is also good in every term. There is a lag till 1750 rpm, but it is not that evident. The car perform well in all manner but the suspension is not that impressive.