Discussion in 'Car Purchase Queries' started by Aniket Dessai, Jan 11, 2016.
Congrats on Your Choice Ankit. For Point A to B you can't go wrong with Maruti.
Thanks @Turbothinghy. You helped me in going for a car with a 90hp multijet. Don't know where FIAT is headed. They need to withdraw from India for a few months and re do it. Brezza is very good at cruising speeds. Suspension is more like FIAT than Maruti. At slow speeds the bumps can be heard though. Does it happen in Punto to?
Punto 90 hp has a little stiff ride at lower speeds, but after say 40 km/hr it is just brilliant. I have driven the S-Cross and it did have European traits, but again Punto is at a differently league with the best balance of ride and handling. The other Punto emotion 75 HP should be a little better at lower speeds, as it has smaller wheels.
@Aniket Dessai Congrats on your purchase.
The car looks not so far from Maruti's other hatchback (meaning swift). Thanks to lift and fit of swift's front doors and ovrms. A successful attempt by Maruti to make a grown up swift to satiate Indian market scenario of SUV at the cost of a hatchback! As @Murphy_Fiat said you cannot go wrong with Maruti. Thanks to sales number and ASS.
Wish you many happy miles ahead.
I am planning to buy S-cross. But only thing between me & scross is Rattling of typical maruti product. I have two maruti at my home. Both are " ghungru walla cars" no matter how well I fix it. Few days & its back with full force.
My heart says go for Linea , But dealer at my city is closed down. I think all dealers in Madhya Pradesh are closed now. Only service centres are working.
Now S-cross Vs Ecosport. For me driving comfort is most important factor. One thing against Eco-sport is narrow front seats. As I am full heavy built. with touching 100 kg. So seat comfort is important factor.
Scross fits all my requirement best, with FIAT 1.6 engine. It always put big smile on face.
I want views of actual S-cross user, regarding Rattling in Scross . " Do Scross also rattles as typical Maruti "
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