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  1. Is Jeep Compass really that awesome?

    I am really confused by the launch of compass. Yes,I know Jeep is "the brand" and what its known for. Initially I was so much excited with the news that Compass will be launched around the price of Fortuners and all. But I am definitely disappointed with the power they have given in variants. What do you suggest if I should go for the range of 15 to 18 lacs, Creta or Compass? And what if I go up to 22 to 25 lacs, Fortuner or compass top model?
  2. Hello guys, I am in a dilemma. Was looking for a 5-seater SUV, had zeroed in on Creta 1.6 Petrol, almost on the verge of booking it but then GST rates were announced. In heaps of confusion whether to book it now or wait after GST? I am from U.P. and am unable to find a clear tax structure being applied on new vehicles at present here(before GST), so as to calculate the correct increase or decrease in price myself, post-GST. So if anyone has any idea regarding this situation, specifically Uttar Pradesh(you are more than welcome to post your input even from any other state), please don't hesitate to put down your 2 cents as to what should I do. I have done my homework though and this is what I have been able to conclude, please tell if there is something wrong etc. I am unsure about the present tax structure in UP, whether it is 49% or 53%(see details below). I know it will be 43% post-GST on CRETA (please correct me if I am wrong here too.) Current Ex-showroom price of Creta SX+ 1.6 Petrol Manual in Meerut, U.P. - Rs.12,04,483 Current On-Road price, as quoted by the dealer, in Meerut, U.P. - Rs.14,07,494 (which includes TCS-Rs.12,045, Accessories-Rs.7,200, Zero Dep. insurance-Rs.54,068, Registration-Rs.1,25,448, Extended warranty-10829) Now, 1. If present rate is 49%(30% Excise + 14% VAT + 4% Infra Cess + 1% Luxury Cess), Ex-showroom price, post-GST, will be Rs.11,55,995(Rs.48,488 cheaper) 2. If present rate is 53%(30% Excise + 14% VAT + 4% Infra Cess + 1% Luxury Cess + 2% CST + 1% NCCD + 0.5% Krishi Kalyan Cess), Ex-showroom price, post-GST, will be Rs.11,25,759(Rs.78,724 cheaper) And, 1. If present rate is 49%, then On-Road price will be - Rs.13,55,251 (Rs.52,243 cheaper) 2. If present rate is 53%, then On-Road price will be - Rs.13,21,690 (Rs.85,804 cheaper) So guys, this is what I have been able to figure out till now, I know its a long post, but if you have even the slightest idea what is going to happen post-GST, in regard to Creta, please help a fellow car enthusiast out. Or if you know about the present tax structure in UP, please tell, it will help in further simplifying things. I am gonna post it on a couple more places too, so if I get any reply from there I will update it here. Many thanks.
  3. Questions about Creta

    Hi, I'm planning on buying Creta. Diesel or Petrol - undecided. My questions are primarily on the quality of exterior / interiors and drive experience. I've tried to find answers on the forum but guess my questions are a bit different. I own Verna (3 years old) and Honda Civic (7 years old). So my questions are a bit related to my experience using the same. 1. How is the interior material durability of Creta? Is it lasting enough for a long term buy? (My experience with Verna has been bad in terms of interior quality. The a/c vents knobs have all fallen off after 2.5 years, the handbrake on the Verna doesnt work as smoothly as it was at the begining. While Civic's has been excellent even after 7 years) 2. Is the front armrest comfortable enough to place left hand on while driving? Is it good enough for two people to place their arms on the armrest? 3. How comfortable are the seat belts of Creta? I've got trouble wearing Verna's seatbelts, it doesn't feel comfortable at all. 4. Do you feel comfrotable sitting on the driver's seat while driving? 5. How sturdy are the bumpers / exteriors of Creta in a bumper accident situation? (My Civic has been hit many times on the back, but the bumper just keeps going, while the one on Verna looks like it would fall of in a minor bumper accident too) 6. How good is the Creta on turns? Is it sturdy or does it feel like the car will roll sidewards on fast turns on highways? 7. How good is Creta on highways at high speeds? Is it smooth or feels jarry / rickety? 8. Any owners who own the car for 1 plus year - Does it feel creeky / rickety inside or does it feel rock solid as new in terms of noise from the interiors?
  4. As my swift is 10 years old now and is showing signs of aging which leaves me to sell it and buy a new car. I already have skoda octavia(2013) hyundai i20 elite(2015) so now loking to buy an suv. my max bugdet is 15-17 lakhs which leaves me with options like Creta, Duster & XUV500. all of them are capable ones but its really confusing to choose one among them. Hyundai Creta- looks amazing from the front but i personally dont like its back, features packed, gem 1.6 engine, great A.S.S Renault Duster- I just love its looks that macho feel but interiors are not as good as creta or the xuv500 but i think i can adjust for that great looks Mahindra XUV500- another great looker, bigger than both of them, feature packed but at a cost Now which one to select is the toughtest part, I love all of them though. This car wont be like a daily commuter. please now advice me which one would be the best. Any other suggestions are welcomed