chevrolet sail uva or etios liva which one is best overall if you consider the following points Suspension, Leg space, Head room, Rear seat space, Ground clearance, Mileage, Pick up, Turning radius, Boot space, Ride comfort???
Both Chevrolet Sail UVA and Toyota Etios Liva fall in to the same segment and both cars have their own good and bad. Well we are doing a quick comparison on the basis of the points you have mentioned
Suspension: Both the cars have good suspension, they are absorbent and makes ride pretty comfortable by absorbing most of the pot holes. However, Toyota Etios Liva scores more as its suspension is better than the Sail UVA. Etios Liva performs well in low city traffic and feel confident at high speeds, but the Sail UVA is not that impressive on city roads.
Leg Space: The Etios Liva has plenty of leg space at both front and rear seat, even six feet tall person will find decent leg space. Sail UVA also has good leg space at both rear and front.
Head Room: Etios Liva scores more here as it comes with decent head room, while Sail UVA doesn't have enough head room at rear bench. Again Liva has more space for three passengers at rear than the UVA.
Ground Clearance: Chevrolet Sail UVA has a ground clearance of 168mm for Sail UVA diesel and 174mm for the petrol variant. While, Etios Liva comes with a ground clearance of 170mm.
Mileage: Toyota Etios Liva returns a mileage of 17.17kmpl with petrol version and 23.59kmpl with diesel trims. While the Sail UVA returns a mileage of 18.2kmpl with petrol and 22.1kmpl with diesel.
Pick up: The acceleration of the Etios Liva is good and it is thanks to the power-to-weight that despite lower power ratings, it has good acceleration. On the other hand, Sail UVA also has good acceleration, both petrol and diesel engines are responsive and quick.
Turning Radius: Toyota Etios Liva has a turning radius of 4.8 meters, while the Sail UVA has a turning radius of 5.15 meters.
Boot Space: Both cars have similar luggage capacity, while Sail UVA has a boot space of 248 litres, Etios Liva has a 251 litres boot.
Ride Comfor: Etios Liva is more comfortable due to more cabin space and better suspension.
Hey, it is good to hear that you are planning for a new car. If you're looking for an SUV and will spend most of your time on paved roads, look no further as the Creta is the best option. Here, we would suggest you to opt for the petrol variant.
Your choice between diesel and petrol basically will depend on the distance that the car is driven for every day. If your monthly usage is less than 1500 kms then I would recommend the petrol version and if it is more than 1500 kms per month then you should definitely go in for the diesel version of the vehicle. This is because, though the diesel car is more expensive but the fuel is cheaper and the mileage is more than what petrol variant offers therefore, you end up saving money in the longer run but if your daily driving distance isn't much then there is no point in spending the extra money over the diesel car because it requires slightly more maintenance as well and thus, for the economy of the car to be in favour in the longer run, you should do these calculations and basis this take a decision.