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|18th November 2008, 17:27||#61|
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Upto 5L : Indica Vista, Amby, Indigo CS
5L-10L : Tata Safari, NHC (Tata Indigo Marina at the lower end in this)
10L-15L: Tata Safari, Toyota Corolla Altis, Elantra
15L-25L: Honda Accord, Superb, Camry
25L-60L: E-Class Merc
60L-1Cr: S-Class Merc
|18th November 2008, 19:31||#62|
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The hyundai cars are definitely in the not good category, even though some say it is fine.
Dzire and swift qualifies for the same.
Safari comes to be in one of the vehicles which offer good comfort.
And I have also heard that the Siena is a excellent car which offers back seat comfort.
|21st November 2008, 10:41||#64|
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I don't see the Baleno mentioned, the back seat is very comfortable with good thigh support and the tall backrest which supports your neck. I know fidgety people who have sat in my car for hours without asking for a "stretching the leg" break.
|24th November 2008, 16:26||#65|
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Best Fornt and rear space/comfort: Chevy Optra, Mercs (E class and above)
Good Front and rear space/comfort: , Indica/Indigo, Lancer
Good Front and ok rear seats: Skoda Ocativa, Ford Ikon, Merc C class
Worst: All maruthi's except Sx4, santro,
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|30th June 2009, 06:15||#69|
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TATA INDIGO MARINA: I was driven twice to the Airport by MERU cabs (bangalore) and found that compared to Indica, Logan, Ikon, i10 or esteem to be the most spacious all around you and lot of leg room space as well.
|3rd August 2016, 16:34||#70|
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Re: Which car has the best and worst rear seat comfort?
Having first driven (and later driven by driver for 3 years now) I plan to sell my 6 year old CNG Wagon R which has clocked 1,50,000 (yes one lac fifty thousand kms) with just a clutch, battery and suspension change, I am thinking of buying a new car and of course from Maruti in about 4 months.
I self drove my dad's Alto K10 and found it very easy to drive through traffic and am tempted to buy it for its parking convenience, cheap (as it will be used by my driver who is a careful driver).
The other options are, stick to Wagon R or switch to Celerio. I find one problem in Wago R. It has a lot of body roll and probably the three cyclinder engine and CNG makes the ride a bit (yes a bit) jerky. The CNG kit is company fitted and the jerk is not on account of it. It is just when the accelerator hits a low and you have to pick up, there is a very visible jerk. Not every time but when it is picking up from a low speed (even though it is in the right gear)
A look at rear suspensions gave me these three types in the cars I am considering:
Celerio: Coupled torsion beam axle with coil spring
Alto: 3 linked Rigid axle suspension
Wagon R: Isolated Trailing Link with coil spring
I suspect the Alto K10 rear ride will be the least comfortable, even though the front ride was awesome.
Is there any expert who can tell the difference between these suspensions and which of them is superior.
I have Alto and Wagon R but a lot depends on the road, the pot holes travelled and the way it is driven. I want to go about the next purchase scientifically.
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