Which one is better Chevrolet beat or Hyundai grand i10?
By: Deepak Chandnani on 0 0000
Hello Deepak Chandnani !!
We are comparing herewith the key specification of the both the cars for helping you in selecting the better one as per your priority and need, we cannot pick-out the definitive better between these two as the better for you may not necessarily be the better for others.
HYUNDAI GRAND i10
Ground Clearance (mm) : 165
Bootspace (litres) : 256
Fuel Tank Capacity (litres) : 43
Engine Type : 1.2 Kappa Dual VTVT Petrol
Displacement (cc) : 1197
Fuel Type : Petrol
Max Power (bhp@rpm) : 81 @ 6000
Max Torque (Nm@rpm) : 114 @ 4000
Mileage (ARAI) (kmpl) : 18.9
Ex-showroom Price (New Delhi) : Starting at 4.66 Lakhs
Ground Clearance (mm) : 175
Bootspace (litres) : 170
Fuel Tank Capacity (litres) : 35
Engine Type : 1.0 XSDE
Displacement (cc) : 936
Fuel Type : Diesel
Max Power (bhp@rpm) : 57 @ 4000
Max Torque (Nm@rpm) : 150 @ 1750
Mileage (ARAI) (kmpl) : 25.44
Ex-showroom Price (New Delhi) : Starting at 4.20 Lakhs
Chevrolet Beat is a practical and highly functional small car that comes at a very affordable price. It looks very styling and trendy and proves to be an economical and comfortable urban runabout. But Hyundai i10 offers better engine refinement than Beat and the level of equipment on i10 is also much higher. i10 is better of the two as it offers better drivability and better cabin space as well.
Chevrolet Beat is a well built car in its own right that is priced very affordable by the company but it lags behind Hyundai i10 in several departments. Hyundai i10 offers marginally better fuel economy than Beat, though the power of the engines of both the cars is almost similar. The level of equipment offered on Hyundai i10 is more than what if offered on Chevrolet Beat. The wider Hyundai service network also makes Hyundai i10 more desirable than Beat.
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