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    Thread: Which is the Best Diesel Hatchback Car in India?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Renu Chaudhary View Post
      I'm willing to spend 5-6 lakhs. Both i20 & Jazz are out of my reach.
      I would suggest the best option is to go for Swift. The lowest variant will cost close to 5 Lakhs

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      Quote Originally Posted by back2u4u View Post
      I would suggest the best option is to go for Swift. The lowest variant will cost close to 5 Lakhs
      checked in ms website, swift ldi is 6L ex showroom
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      Quote Originally Posted by Renu Chaudhary View Post
      I'm willing to spend 5-6 lakhs.
      Quote Originally Posted by back2u4u View Post
      I would suggest the best option is to go for Swift. The lowest variant will cost close to 5 Lakhs
      I drive a Swift, a petrol though. I have driven my cousin's diesel Swift extensively. If i20 is a no, then Swift is a great choice. There are certain things that I want to let you know before making the final decision.
      - The handling of this car is great, thanks to the suspension set up which is on the stiffer side. You don't have to brake on every other turn, once you get to know your car (but drive safe, it's India).
      - Fuel efficiency is very good.
      - Very low maintenance.
      - Good steering feedback, you feel more connected to the car
      - Rev happy, refined engine
      - Good resale value

      - One downside of stiff suspension is that on bad patches of roads, you will be cursing your choice.
      - Interior panels may rattle a bit :-( Not on smooth roads, but only in VERY rough patches.
      - Small boot space. You can have your sub-woofer or your large trolley bag, not both.
      - OEM music system is just average

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      I think Swift is a really great option. I am looking for one for me too. hope that I will buy one for me soon. I would recommend you to check some of those
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      Quote Originally Posted by Renu Chaudhary View Post
      you are saying true, but my yearly driving gose over 40K KM. Only reason to buy a diesel car.
      Wow, 40K ?? you should consider wagon R. I personally do not like it at all but may be it is a reliable work horse car

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      Quote Originally Posted by Renu Chaudhary View Post
      you are saying true, but my yearly driving gose over 40K KM.
      Why not buy a well maintained used car with more torque? From the moment you drive a new car out of the showroom, you lose about 30% of the value.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Indian View Post
      Why not buy a well maintained used car with more torque? From the moment you drive a new car out of the showroom, you lose about 30% of the value.
      Whenever I think about a used car, the first question hits my mind why this car available for sale?

      My personal thought - Never buy a used car.

      Thank you everyone for your suggestions. Last week we take home Swift Vdi in Red.

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      Haha, well congratulation Renu Chaudhary. Its a safe decision.

      Do post pics and start an ownership thread if you possible. I am sure people will be interested in your story.

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