jsanket9578

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  1. 1. Mileage wise, Ecosport should be better. Nexon has a Turbo-charged engine and will definitely give you lower mileage. But by how much, that remains to be seen. Nexon is sure a fuel guzzler but cannot comment about the Ecosport. 2. Both have decent build quality. But the thing to note is Ecosport's interiors are much better finished. The fit and finish of that car is the best in the segment. 3. Nexon should most probably not be moved towards Taxi segment as it is a 'premium' product. Moreover, sub-compact SUV's simply don't make sense for Taxi segment. In my opinion, Ecosport is a much better car here, if you're okay with the space inside. The engine is more responsive in city, much more refined, and should be more fuel efficient too. Also, I think you should look at the Trend variant. The touchscreen alone is worth the price! It's simply the best unit in a less than 15L car atleast!
  2. Drive both the cars. AMT is good on both, but Alto is sure to be more refined and efficient. But Alto does not only have much lesser space, it is set very low too! And that alone is a downer in my view. So drive both the cars one after the other, on the same day, and for atleast 15 minutes.
  3. Autocar itself has many long termers on Baleno, they have not mentioned anything on suspension, so don't know where you get that from. Now Brezza may look bigger and better from outside, it's the Baleno which has more space. Ride quality is more or less same, but Baleno also gives you higher fuel efficiency and better performance at the same time! Don't buy the top end model though, if you are so concerned about the ride quality, as it has bigger set of wheels! PS: You can also consider Figo/Aspire if you are looking for a diesel, and can manage with slightly less space and brand value. What it offers you is basically an engine that's much more refined, performs much better, and equally fuel efficient too! Basically go for it if you drive a lot in heavy traffic or if you love driving. Btw, I don't think brand value is a problem. Maruti may have the numbers, but quality of service is not that good. And Ford has more service centers than Honda! Cheers.
  4. See Jazz is just inferior compared to Baleno. Now it depends on what you want. But from my experience, I feel that the car should definitely be spacious. Ignis would more or less be offering same space as Swift, so Baleno should be your bet. If you can extend your budget, love driving, can skip on a few features, you have three very worthy upcoming cars. Honda city facelift(January), Baleno RS(Feb), Ciaz update(April).