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Hi,

i am planning to buy my first car in the entry segment. I am not very well aware of how to choose a car. I am 6feet 2 Inchs in height and i was told i should buy car which gives more leg space. everyday i travel for 40 kms. my budget is all inclusive 4 lakhs. I am Ok to buy a second hand one. i stay in bangalore

Hope i have given sufficient inputs on my requirements. please advice me

 

 

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If you can stretch your budget a bit I would say go for the Logan 1.4. It's really spacious and comfortable but a little dull to drive. Other options are a Getz, try finding a slightly used one. It's the most spacious hatchback and made for big built Europeans

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If you Drive Around 40 Kms a day then WagonR and Spark are Most suitable i think the Spark with Huge discounts till 21st OCT will add more SPARK to the NEW CAR BUYERSsmiley20.gif

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I would say go for Santro. It is good for tall people and best car in category

 

 

well i use a zen santro & swift & do not agree with you.

santro is more suitable for short drivers. i am 5'11" & my legs stick to the dash & the pedals position is also awkward so it pains on long drives.

would not recommend a santro. look at a swift.

have a test drive

 

 

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With your height you may not find something particularly comfy in your price bracket. How3ever, you should be able to pick up very decent cars in the second hand segment. I can think offhand of Honda City , Esteem, Baleno, Accent, etc. The City (you may be able to get an older model car which I reckon was the better drivers' car) is probably the most durable of the lot, and should give your trouble free motoring for quite some time. Baleno has been a grossly underrated MS product. However, I must warn you that MS products do tend to rattle, though I do not know about the Baleno.. May be some other reader can enlighten us here. The 1600 All Aluminium engine is a real beauty, with tons of torque from under 2000 rpm.

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