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Re: Good & bad of this car
Pros - Higher gas mileage, Interior quality, Access-door power windows, Sonar park assist, Body/suspension choices, Remote-start option. Cons - Curtain airbags not standard, Stability system not standard, Few innovations.
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The most anticipated compact sedan is launched today and it has been much talk of the town and in automobile industry.
If you are also planning to buy the all new Maruti Suzuki Dzire 2017, then you need to go through the below pros and cons of this compact sedan.
Honda has a global reputation as a brand and has a long presence in the Indian market. With the launch of the new-age WR-V, the company has emerged as a strong player in this segment. Honda WR-V will compete against the sub-4 meter SUV's like Ford EcoSport Here are some Pros & Cons of this:
Impressive styling features
Excellent fuel economy
High cost for entry variants
Diesel version lags power
CVT version not available
Ford EcoSport 2017
The Ford EcoSport is the company's best bet in the crossover segment and has been close to legendary when it comes to the sales ranking. The Indian-spec model of the car is distinctly different, just like the new Ford EcoSport images suggest. It has a tailgate-mounted spare wheel, which many other countries do not get. Here are some Pros & Cons of this: Pros:
Loaded with features
Comes with the world-class 1.5-litre Ecoboost engine
No doubt both are equally good in their ways from the home grown manufacturer. But still I want to take you to the few comparison between the two cars of Maruti, this will help to make your decision clear. Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza
wider tyres use more fuel, are prone to aqua-plaining in the wet and are a dam site more expensive to replace. there may be problems with hitting the mudguard edge on turns or hitting body work on turns. On the pro side there is better grip on dry road because of the bigger foot print, larger range of wheels available , better drive-ability at speed.
basically it will be what you want as the pros and cons are about equal. The biggest con is the loss of traction in the wet which is a real meanicing drawback in the rain/snow/ice
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i have been following avensis even before it came to existence, i mean to say i owned a toyota carina diesel td, before then an avensis 2002 first generation and now avensis second generation 2008 and all of them were diesel.
i found carina and avensis gen 1 to be easily manageable and easy to replace daily parts like lights and engine parts. i got impressed with carina thats why i bought avensis both are brilliant cars with minimal hokus pokus and focus being on the engine and long running machines with very or no visits to garage. due to change in environment laws and advancement in technology, the latest avensis is much more quiet, effective and runs very good , still toyota has kept it simple when it comes to interior and outlook, but the engine of the avensis has become more effective and powerful and also smooth.
few things to keep in mind is that that gen 2 avensis has egr and diesel particulate filter, these can clogged if the avensis is driven less and short tours, in my case this is not the problem. i already have spare diesel particulate filter and turbo with me bought on internet, in case it goes wrong. would like to mention that a friend of mine have mercedes and the dealer has advised him to drive on a long tour every year for over 180km to keep the engine from dying.
so this problem is not just related to avensis.
here are the pros and cons
2. few visits to garage.
3. good mileage around 16 to 18 km pr litre
4. big trunk room
5. small to big family requirement is fulfilled
6. nice on long routes
1. simple design with no first class interior
so as you see the pros are more than cons and hence making it the first choice
Though the CLK may not carve up the turns,it does a decent job, but I felt it excelled in driving comfort over NJ **** roads. I do a lot of highway driving and prefer comfort plus I get up to 27mpg going nicley above 65mph.