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  1. Tata teases the upcoming Tigor refresh by taking a dig at the recently launched updated Ford Aspire. What does this show? For more details on the updates Tigor, you can head here: https://www.autocarindia.com/car-news/updated-tata-tigor-more-details-out-409960
  2. Got my new Swift DZire ZXi last month (sorry for posting this late ) In late June we found that another car was required for our local needs. The car would have been used by mom who's office is just 1 km away. So we focused on getting a petrol car. The cars infact the Hatches which we had in mind 1. Hyundai i20 i20 was a very capable car but was expensive even keeping the goodies the offer 2. VW Polo Polo, a tough build car was our second option. No one except me liked the cars looks so the idea was dropped 3. Nissan Micra Micra was a good car but my uncle owns a sunny, and the brake and build quality issue put it down In these three cars, we chose to go for i20 Sportz Line in 1.2 kappa petrol But later, when my dad saw the expensive price tag, he told me to search for sedans as he can go more for a sedan. The choices in the segment were 1. Honda Amaze This car was a very efficient car with a promising engine. The car was very loud and the interior quality and looks were extremely cheap 2. Toyota Etios My dad travels to our office in a Etios cab and liked the car because of its large boot and spacious interiors. But the taxi operator told that the car was the worst car he ever got from toyota's stable. Plus the visible cost cutting let it down So the last car was Swift DZire This car was the one which everyone liked. The only problem was the small boot but lived with that the car has got the best interiors in the segment and was better build than compitation While booking, my dad thought to took the car to his office which was 50km one way. So we got confused either to go for VDi or ZXi. ZXi was around 20000 cheaper and had all the accessories. And even if we would have chosen the VDi trim, we would have got alloys which cost 20000-30000. So finally decided to go for ZXi Delivery period: The waiting period was a week or two but we delayed the delivery due to some reasons. Hospitality: The people there at the showroom were very friendly and treated us well (in fact better than BMW's ) The D-Day Some of the pics at the delivery are attached Will write more about the first month service
  3. Which is the best entry level sedan?

    Which is the best entry level sedan in the country and why? - Honda Amaze - Volkswagen Vento - Swift Dzire - Skoda Rapide - Or any other car?
  4. The Maruti D'zire has enjoyed super success in the Indian market. The Maruti brand name, a very fuel efficient diesel engine and stellar after sales service makes it unbeatable. But things could change with the Honda Amaze on the horizon. A sub 4 metre sedan based on the Brio with a diesel engine, Hondas first for India will take the fight directly to the Dzire. All Honda needs to do is price it right. Word is that there will be heavy localisation from day 1 itself and being sub 4 metre will get the Amaze added benefits too. Should Maruti be a worried lot? Will the Amaze be the car that will be a game changer for Honda ? What do you think? Read Honda Amaze review here Read Swift Dzire review here
  5. After the launch of the new Dzire, Maruti did not stop production of the older model but kept it alive by making it available only for the taxi market or fleet operators by badging it 'Tour' . The Tour is a bare bones Dzire stripped of even the basics like body coloured bumpers, door handles, central locking and even the left side door mirror Now, however, due to overwhelming demand and long waiting periods for its new Dzire, Maruti has made the Dzire Tour available to private car buyers as well.Also, for an estimated Rs 12,000-15,000, customers can get the front and rear bumpers painted, along with the door handles and the wing mirror. To get central locking, the left wing mirror and other accessories installed, buyers will have to shell out extra. Swift Dzire Tour prices (Ex-showroom, Mumbai) Diesel: Rs 6.16 lakh Petrol: Rs 5.12 lakh