weight of toyota etios is less than weight of maruti swift d'zire even when etios has a bigger 1.5 litre engine and d'zire has smaller 1.2 litre engine. Does this mean that toyota has compromised with safety to increase car mileage
Hi Varun, there are few cars available that comes coupled with the requested features but all of them are exceeding the budget that you have planned.
Also, there are some cars that comes in your budget range but lacks some features. Some do not have Navigation system, some does not have Hill assist and some does not have Cruise control.
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Any recommendation of shop for car exhaust systems? I am located in Victoria and the best possible area would be around the city of Melbourne. I am aware of Scott's Rods but they are too far away from me now and i cannot drive to Queensland.
No, Brezza does not have Hill Launch Assist feature. Click here to know all about Vitara Brezza and its features.
Hey, the Tiago comes with a three cylinder engine which is the sole reason for the high NVH (Noise, Vibration and Harshness) levels.
Yes, the engine is noisy and you will feel vibration while driving the car but it is better than the rivals when compared.
You can refer to CarDekho Score for Tata Tiago available on our website which will provide you a clarity on it. Please click here to check the same.
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.
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