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  1. Thanks. I checked the Fiesta Classic and Sunny. But, Sunnys Middle variant crosses my budget in Ex-Showroom price itself. Hence, i talked to the Fiest classic showroom for getting the onroad price for middle variant. It costs a whooping 7,85,000 On road. (A way above my max budget).
  2. Thanks. But, as my running is not much I am preferring for petrol variant. On Road Prices are as follows: Swift Dzire - 668000 (Vxi), 774000(Zxi) & 804000 (Vdi) New Ritz - 572000 (Vxi), 602000(Vxi+ABS), 654000 (Zxi), 688846(Vdi), 728000 (Vdi+ABS)
  3. Hi Guys, I require your feedback and suggestion in choosing the best vehicle among the selected below. I had a look at almost all cars between the range of 5-7 Lakhs (OnRoad price) Petrol variant and have narrowed down to the below cars. Please suggest me a good one. As this would be my first vehicle and no prior experience in driving and choosing based on Test Drive, i would totally rely on your feedbacks and suggestion. Thanks in advance for helping me choose a good one. Requirement: I am looking the car for my Parents (Mostly driven by Driver) and sometimes, when i am there I would take it for the drive. Hence, i am looking for the car which is . More comfortable for my parents age . Fuel Economy (Driving would be for about 50-60 Kms daily and mostly on Highways). . As it is my First car, could like to have as much feature as possible . Safety (ABS, Airbag) - Would you guys recommend these? . Boot Space Shortlisted Cars (Petrol): . New Ritz - (Vxi or Zxi ?) . New Dzire - (Vxi) - As Zxi falls outside my Budget. . New i20 - (Sportz) . Hyndai Accent Executive . i10 GenNext (Magna or Sportz?) . Indica Vista Other cars seen: . Ford Figo - Spacious but did not like much the Build quality. . Tata Manza Club class - Only available in Diesel and above my budget . Honda brio - Has very less Boot space. . Swift - Seems very common and has 3 Months waiting period. Thanks for taking your time and helping me making me a good decision.