Making its way in the Indian Territory on 11th April, 2013, Honda Amaze has certainly beefed up the slowing Indian auto market. Characterised by contemporary style and chic interiors, Amaze has become the talk of the town. This is the first Honda model to feature a diesel motor. Toyota Etios and Tata Manza on the other hand are doing reasonably well thanks to good space and elegant exteriors in them. However, Manza embraces technically advance features and superior interiors along with a powerful engine. The entry level sedan fight has reached a next level with Amaze’s introduction; let’s compare these three box cars on the basis of following factors:-
Indians love the comfort factor and when it comes to buying hot wheels, the importance is further multiplied. Mahindra Verito was the first one to offer adequate space for entry level sedan buyers that has later stretched to Sunny and then Amaze. Nissan Sunny’s extravagant space needs no introduction and forms the basis of its sales. Lately launched Honda Amaze is the most attractive package among the trio thanks to its spectacular styling, generous boot and classic interior fit & finish. Addition of diesel motor in Amaze leaves no margin for its opponents to intrude. We bring to you exclusive comparison of these three sedans on the below listed factors:-
Here comes the most anticipated Honda vehicle, Honda Amaze and with its introduction on 11th April, 2013, the entry level sedan competition becomes fiercer. Bringing in the first diesel packed car in the country obsessed with diesel motor, Honda has played its trump card that is almost certain to grab the auto market. However, its rivals in the name of Maruti Swift Dzire and Chevrolet are getting nightmares that are expected to stretch further as Honda outlets are being flooded with Amaze’s bookings. Let’s compare these three drivers of Indian auto sales and try to evaluate has they got enough or is it just the speculations that have stormed the auto news section.
French automaker’s Renault Scala sales have gradually picked up due to its contemporary designing, massive space of that of Nissan Sunny and overall muscular body structure. Skoda Rapid, on the other hand has got all the ingredients of a typical German hot wheel with best in class ride quality and handling. Rapid has also been able to push Skoda’s market share in the country. After Nissan Micra, Sunny’s introduction has cemented Nissan’s brand image in this part of the world. With lavish interior space and stylish exterior outfit, Nissan Sunny is the most competitively tagged car in this comparison.
Exterior Style; Scala beats the competition
Skoda Rapid has been doing reasonably well in the Indian auto market thanks to its appealing look and energetic interiors. Its frugal 1.6 litre engine does make all the difference and is one of the major reasons for its success here. Volkswagen Vento, its platform sharing cousin, has solid build quality and practical interiors with indulging driving dynamics. Ford Fiesta is clearly the best out of the lot but company has killed it by overpricing. Having best in class styling and excellent ride and handling quality, Fiesta deserved better response than what it got in the country. Read on to know the comparison among the three C segment sedans based on following factors.
Nissan Sunny is one of the most spacious and comfortable three box cars in its segment. The vehicle bagged few awards and good sales numbers which helped Nissan to improve their brand image in this part of the world. Amongst the world’s top auto manufacturers, Toyota launched their first entry level sedan, Toyota Etios. The anticipated vehicle grabbed decent sale numbers but soon the graph started to go down. On the other hand, Skoda Rapid is also the first entry level sedan from the symbol of prestige, Skoda. Spectacular looks and practical interiors have helped the car to remain in the hunt. We bring to you a short comparison of the vehicles based on following factors.
First Impressions- Skoda Rapid has the best exteriors among the lot
Nissan Evalia has entered the cut throat market of Indian MPVs (Multi Purpose Vehicles) on 25th September, 2012. Promoted as an Urban Utility Vehicle, Nissan Evalia has got immense space with adequate comfort. On the other hand, Toyota Innovahas been an undisputed leader of the MPV segment for years now. Lately launched, Maruti Ertiga is also termed as a hit with massive sales and months of advance bookings in the store ensures that it continues to sale smoothly even in the festive season. Buyers do get confused and have a question of which car is better Nissan Evalia or Toyota Innova or Maruti Ertiga. Let’s compare all three of them on the basis of following factors to get an insight of which one will be the best.
The utility vehicle market in the country is rapidly gaining momentum and the same is clearly defined with back to back new launches in the SUV segment from every growing automobile manufacturer. Recent one to add charms to the same is dynamic Duster from French car manufacturer Renault. The compact SUV is here to offer tough competition not only to latest rivals but also to older rulers in the segment such as Mahindra Scorpio and Tata Safari, both from the home grown leaders and leading utility vehicle manufactures. Mahindra is much talked about its utility vehicles in the country and so is Tata Motors, closely competing with other global automakers. So we bring you few selectively significant differences between the three models in order to classify the dissimilarities between compact and bigger sports utility vehicles present in the country, making customer’s picking power all the more effortless. (more…)
The Indian auto sector is essentially dominated with the supervision of small cars and undoubtedly every leading carmaker holds a keen thought to launch a small car for price centric local customers. The leading auto giant Maruti Suzuki India is heading the segment as it is always been regarded as the ruling small car player in the country. And now it has come with an all-new small car avatar called Alto 800, recently launched on the 16th of October 2012 after huge decade of success from M800 and Alto along with the K10 variant. The closest rival and also the second largest manufacturer Hyundai then stepped into the same with its small new offering christened as Eon, which enamored the country and stirred the market. So let’s take few steps ahead to check out the difference between these Good, Better and Best small car models from Maruti Suzuki Alto, Hyundai Eon and refreshing Maruti Alto 800. (more…)
Renault Duster is making car enthusiasts dance on its tune with its dynamic designing cues and ecstatic performance. Sales graph has gone only up since its launch a couple of months ago. Another promising compact crossover, Ford EcoSport will be coming by early 2013. It also comes with appealing style and state-of-art features that present this American crossover a concrete chance to turn the tables against its rivals. The Cheetah machine, Mahindra XUV500 is in no mood to stop with vehicles being supplied via the lottery method. Let’s compare these three powerful SUVs on the basis of below factors:- (more…)