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Which is better option Honda City or Hyundai Fluidic Verna in diesel?

By: abhishek tyagi on 16 march 2015

3 Answers:

Hello Abhishek Tyagi !!

Hyundai Verna 4S features 1.4L engine with power of 90PS and 220Nm Torque price ranges from around 9 Lac ex showroom. 1.6 L Version has power of 126PS and Torque of 260Nm. The price ranges from 10Lac onwards. Honda City diesel features 1.5L engine delivering power of 100PS and Torque of 200Nm. Price ranges from 8.75Lac onwards. Honda City diesel has good combination of power of 100PS(compared to 1.4L version of Verna) and advantage of lower price tag as compared to 1.6L version of Verna. Hence makes a better option.


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TeamAutoportal   2015-03-17

Frankly no one can emerge as better than the other one. It is, as always, a personal choice as both the car have some plus and minuses in comparison to each other. Exterior looks are fresh and exciting in both cars whereas the interiors In terms of features, it has more features and safety gear than City's but lacks rear AC vents. Even with revised suspension, new Verna is not as good in handling as City. The Verna diesel is more powerful and produces more torque than City and its cabin is better insulated to diesel engine noise. The fuel efficiency of City diesel is though higher than Verna diesel.

Pushpak   2015-04-03

Both Hyundai Verna and Honda City are performing very good on Indian roads, and it’s a very close call to chose one between them. With Hyundai 4S Fludic Verna you will get high performance, power and pick-up. On the other hand, with Honda City you will get sporty appearance and loads of advanced features including Sunroof, Cruise Control, Rear AC Vents, and 5 inch advanced infotainment system.

Deepak   2015-04-17

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