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Old 18th March 2012, 20:20   #226
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Hi Mods - I am bumping this thread up again since I'm faced with the same choice (city versus fiesta) and some points mentioned in this old thread still worry me.

Is Fiesta SXi FE really 2-3 kmpl less than New 2012 city?

I really like the Fiesta for its classic looks, nice smooth to touch fabric interiors and great storage for cups, bottles in cabin. Well this is the only car that can store 1 litre water bottles in front driver, passenger doors. It has wide magazine holders at back doors and dual cup holders at front and rear seats and additional cup placers in rear arm rest.it has 3 cabin roof lights, one in front and rwo in rear. Does new city compare with Fiesta on these features?
You can also consider the solid build quality and Ford handling DNA!
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Is Fiesta SXi FE really 2-3 kmpl less than New 2012 city?
If driven sedately, City returns 14-17kpl. Classic would return 11-15.3kpl. If driven enthusiastic, Classic would still return almost same mileage but City would return single digit mileage.

I was about to suggest you to have a look at revised price post budget but then I saw that it was you who provided references to GTO to prepare the budget thread. I suggest that you talk to BHPian niranjanrvce who has both the petrol sedans http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/test-d...6-duratec.html (Petrol Siblings: Honda City 1.5 iVtec Vs Ford Fiesta 1.6 Duratec). He will guide you the best for all queries regarding City vs Classic. All the best
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My opinions on the Fiesta in comparison to City are given below:

1. Cheaper to buy (for the base versions of both)
2. Better ride & handling characteristics (from what I have heard & read)
3. Better build quality (what I have felt)
4. Much lower resale.
5. Lower mileage figures.
6. Outdated ( in terms of no. of years since launch & without major upgrades) when compared to the new City.
7. Less refined engine compared to the i-Vtec.
8. Quality of A.S.S inferior to Honda's (at least in my city).

So, I would suggest that you do not take a decision based on the number & kind of storage spaces a car offers & rather look at the product in totality.

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Hi Mods - I am bumping this thread up again since I'm faced with the same choice (city versus fiesta) and some points mentioned in this old thread still worry me.

Is Fiesta SXi FE really 2-3 kmpl less than New 2012 city?

I really like the Fiesta for its classic looks, nice smooth to touch fabric interiors and great storage for cups, bottles in cabin. Well this is the only car that can store 1 litre water bottles in front driver, passenger doors. It has wide magazine holders at back doors and dual cup holders at front and rear seats and additional cup placers in rear arm rest.it has 3 cabin roof lights, one in front and rwo in rear. Does new city compare with Fiesta on these features?

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My opinions on the Fiesta in comparison to City are given below:

1. Cheaper to buy (for the base versions of both)
4. Much lower resale.
5. Lower mileage figures.
6. Outdated ( in terms of no. of years since launch & without major upgrades) when compared to the new City.
8. Quality of A.S.S inferior to Honda's (at least in my city).

So, I would suggest that you do not take a decision based on the number & kind of storage spaces a car offers & rather look at the product in totality.
Thanks blackfire. I enquired today about the prices for Honda city versus Fiesta classic diesel.

Honda city (E MT): Rs. 7.80 lakhs (-15,000 discount)
Fiesta classic (SXI diesel): Rs. 8.44 lakhs (-26,000 discounts)
Fiesta classic (SXI petrol): Rs. 7.66 lakhs (-55,000 discounts)

So after discounts, from price perspective, the Honda city petrol comes so close to Fiesta classic diesel (7.65 vs. 8.18) that I'm tempted to sign up for Fiesta diesel!

Outdated design doesn't weigh heavy in my mind because I like the looks. And a diesel would take care of the fuel costs from lower mileage.. I'm not sure if anyone faced this decision of city petrol versus fiesta diesel.
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Fiesta Classic diesel is a great buy even today, though it is an old model for the market. The resale would still be decent thanks to the diesel mill underneath the hood, though not as good as you might expect simply because it's old now. So, take this pick only if you think your running justifies it, considering you are giving away about 55K extra & losing out some thousands on the resale as well when compared to the City.

As for the City, I have heard that the driving pleasure of the car in terms of refinement & the feel-good factor is just too good. In fact, a certain known in my circle who presently drives a DZire VDi is planning to swap his ride with a new City simply because of this reason.

As a first step & if not already done, drive each on a long test drive. That should help you in formulating an opinion.

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Thanks blackfire. I enquired today about the prices for Honda city versus Fiesta classic diesel.

Honda city (E MT): Rs. 7.80 lakhs (-15,000 discount)
Fiesta classic (SXI diesel): Rs. 8.44 lakhs (-26,000 discounts)
Fiesta classic (SXI petrol): Rs. 7.66 lakhs (-55,000 discounts)

So after discounts, from price perspective, the Honda city petrol comes so close to Fiesta classic diesel (7.65 vs. 8.18) that I'm tempted to sign up for Fiesta diesel!

Outdated design doesn't weigh heavy in my mind because I like the looks. And a diesel would take care of the fuel costs from lower mileage.. I'm not sure if anyone faced this decision of city petrol versus fiesta diesel.
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Hi Mods - I am bumping this thread up again since I'm faced with the same choice (city versus fiesta) and some points mentioned in this old thread still worry me.

Is Fiesta SXi FE really 2-3 kmpl less than New 2012 city?

I really like the Fiesta for its classic looks, nice smooth to touch fabric interiors and great storage for cups, bottles in cabin. Well this is the only car that can store 1 litre water bottles in front driver, passenger doors. It has wide magazine holders at back doors and dual cup holders at front and rear seats and additional cup placers in rear arm rest.it has 3 cabin roof lights, one in front and rwo in rear. Does new city compare with Fiesta on these features?
I was in the same dilemma 5 years ago, but it was the Fiesta sxi Vs the NHC Vtec then. The NHC definitely had better F.E. to boast of in those days, though the Vtec was a km or two less than the non-Vtec model.

But the Fiesta ticked all the right boxes for me, most of which you've listed.
I've heard that the ANHC is much better than the NHC on the driveability part, but the comparison posted by a member on the Fiesta Vs ANHC gives lots of details (link already posted above).

My colleague has an ANHC, but his F.E. is around 12 to 13 in Hyd city driving, and he is a sedate driver. I get 11 to 12 on my Fiesta in Hyderabad, and around 15 to 16.5 on highway runs.

Do take a TD of both and decide. Ford cars are not as costly as they used to in the Escort and Ikon days. You can read my long-term ownership thread for details.

As regards the ANHC, you will be constantly reminded by the dealer to get your car serviced 3 or 4 times in a year, per my colleague. IMO that will add to maintenance costs.
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Having driven the Honda City i-Vtec for 318 kms over the previous weekend, I can vouch for that car anyday. Two days of real hard driving, with countless rev limit bumps and with many real high speed dashes, with a hill climb, the car returned a very respectable 11 kmpl. I know it doesn't sound too high, but the kind of driving we subjected it to, with AC on all the time and with 5 people on board with a fully stuffed boot, this is very impressive. Also none of my friends were tired or felt uncomfortable after the trip. AC kept them comfortable, space was more than adequate, performance was awesome and the handling was decent (read safe). But the handling of the Fiesta would anyday be better than the Honda City. In the end, City will keep you and your passengers happy, but the Fiesta would thrill and give you goose bumps
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I called Cauvery Ford yesterday and a very nice salesman called sunil landed up at my house exactly at 2:30 as instructed by me. He had brought the New Fiesta and the Fiesta "Classic".

Why do I say "classic"? Because I told him I wanted to TD the classic and he didnt have a Classic. So, he brought a 1.6S in Aquarius Blue (I was totally drooling by now) which had run 77,000 kms.

I decided to save the best for last and drove the New Fiesta from my house in JNR 5th block, along the Ring Road, via BTM layout to Silkboard, climb the BETL expressway, get down at E City, drive on NICE Road to Bannerghata Road. At that point, I got into the S.

First, my impressions about the New Fiesta. The bucket seats are really nice and supportive. The front seat is a nice place to be in. The engine is ridiculiusly silent! This is a good thing for most people, not for me though! I like a little bit of noise (not the kind made by my Getz, but the Honda engines!). It does emit a nice sound when pushed.

Another thing I noticed is that the car revs very freely. Very very nice. Very easy to bounce off the rev limiter. However, there were times I felt the speed wasnt increasing as fast as I expected with the increase in revs.

Suspension is fantastic. Absorbs bumps nicely (not obviously as nice as a Honda) but the stability at high speed is incredible! Even small jumps or undulations on NICE road didnt unsettle it. The steering is too light at low speeds but weighs up nicely as speed builds.

As I got into the S, I was not too comfortable. Lowering the seat height doesnt help much. It just makes the make of the seat go lower while keeping the front higher.

But the engine emits an absolutely heavenly rasping note! The clutch was in bad shape and it was more like an on-or-off clutch. Ended up wheelspinning everytime I was accelerating from standstill!

The engine is simply breathtaking! I am in LOVE! Simply incredible! Revs as nicely as an NHC Vtec(and that in my opinion is one of the best engines ever made). Along with the revs, the sound was orgasmic. I was completely besotted. I simply dont have words to describe the adrenaline I felt when I was driving it.

I felt the suspension was a little gone as it wasnt as stable. I could feel some unusual pitching while driving. The steering is really nice but dear god! The Engine! I'm completely in awe!

Drove back on NICE road to E city, then got onto the expressway and then entered the traffic at Silk Board. In the traffic, this was marginally more difficult to drive than the New Fiesta but I put that down to the clutch. 78,000 kms of abuse has taken it's toll.

Even in traffic, I loved driving it. The engine note just made me feel like driving it on and on.

One more thing I observed was that the AC in the New Fiesta was not good. It was on full blast but my friend and I didnt really feel cold or anything. The moment I got into the S and switched on the AC, I could feel a marked difference.

Now I desperately want an S. If someone knows someone selling it, please please let me know.
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Is Fiesta SXi FE really 2-3 kmpl less than New 2012 city?

Does new city compare with Fiesta on these features?
I own both and yes the Fiesta will give you slightly lesser mileage than the City. The City isn't very high on the small things either - cubby holes, interior lights, headlights etc. But, it's much more spacious and if rear seat comfort is important to you than go for the City. On the other hand, if you are looking for a true driver's car then the Fiesta will thrill you a whole lot more.

Both engines are equally refined though and that bit about costly Ford service is not true in my case at least.

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The engine is simply breathtaking! I am in LOVE! Simply incredible!
Now I desperately want an S. If someone knows someone selling it, please please let me know.
Nikhil you seem to have bit the Duratec bug The S is man and machine as one - hope to see a blue devil on the next meet!
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An Aquarius Blue 1.6S would be simply PERFECT! My dream car. Let's see if dreams come true!
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I own both and yes the Fiesta will give you slightly lesser mileage than the City. The City isn't very high on the small things either - cubby holes, interior lights, headlights etc. But, it's much more spacious and if rear seat comfort is important to you than go for the City. On the other hand, if you are looking for a true driver's car then the Fiesta will thrill you a whole lot more.

Both engines are equally refined though and that bit about costly Ford service is not true in my case at least.
Thanks Niranjan. I completely agree with you.

I test drove the New Honda city again today. When compared to Fiesta classic, the following are the +/-.
+ Boot space is more 460 > 430
+ Rear leg room is more because of longer car 440 cm > 420 cm
+ Engine bhp is high
- Price S-MT 8.3 lakhs > SXi 7 lakhs
- Storage options on doors, cabin lights
- Features. No driver seat height adjustment, alloy wheels etc in the comparable variants.
- GC 165 < 168
- Still most of the parts are imported but Ford is more Indian manufactured

End of the day - it appears, we ideally have to compare the diesel high-end Fiesta (8.4 lakhs ex-showroom) with the petrol mid variant city (S-MT 8.4 lakhs ex-showroom)

And at least in my assessment, it doesn't make much practical sense to pay so much more for just the rear leg room and refinement. Given the same price, a diesel high-end fiesta loaded with featues scores over a mid variant feature-deprived petrol city - is it not?
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- Price S-MT 8.3 lakhs > SXi 7 lakhs
- Features. No driver seat height adjustment, alloy wheels etc in the comparable variants.
Given the same price, a diesel high-end fiesta loaded with featues scores over a mid variant feature-deprived petrol city - is it not?
The S-MT no longer has driver seat height adjust?
The diesel Fiesta would have far cheaper running costs and comes fully loaded as well. If you can adjust to the less spacious interiors and slight lack of punch on the highway from the diesel block then the Fiesta makes complete sense. I assume your running justifies a diesel but then at the fuel prices today; I am inclined to think any running justifies a diesel!
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Thanks Niranjan. I completely agree with you.

I test drove the New Honda city again today. When compared to Fiesta classic, the following are the +/-.

+ Boot space is more 460 > 430
+ Rear leg room is more because of longer car 440 cm > 420 cm
+ Engine bhp is high
- Price S-MT 8.3 lakhs > SXi 7 lakhs
- Storage options on doors, cabin lights
- Features. No driver seat height adjustment, alloy wheels etc in the comparable variants.
- GC 165 < 168
- Still most of the parts are imported but Ford is more Indian manufactured

End of the day - it appears, we ideally have to compare the diesel high-end Fiesta (8.4 lakhs ex-showroom) with the petrol mid variant city (S-MT 8.4 lakhs ex-showroom)

And at least in my assessment, it doesn't make much practical sense to pay so much more for just the rear leg room and refinement. Given the same price, a diesel high-end fiesta loaded with featues scores over a mid variant feature-deprived petrol city - is it not?
Some corrections there, mate.

Boot Space in Honda City = 506 liters.

Not sure about rear legroom in terms of cms but it's very spacious in the rear, much more than Fiesta Classic.

It's a 1.5L engine so the bhp is pretty high, plenty more than Fiesta Classic.

Comparing prices will be tough because both cars belong to different segments. The new Honda City is in the same segment as the new Fiesta, not the Fiesta Classic.

Storage options on all doors are given. Even the lowest Corporate variant has plenty of storage cubbyholes in doors and inside the cabin. You can refer to my ownership thread of the 2012 City for detailed pics on the same - http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/test-d...rney-king.html

A single cabin light is given in the City, in the center. But it is sufficiently bright to light up the entire cabin. No map lights near IRVM are present. Not sure about the Fiesta Classic's cabin lights.

Driver Seat Height Adjustment is a given from the S variant onwards in the new City. Only the Corporate and the E variant lack it.

Alloy wheels are also present from the S variant onwards (the 5-spoke ones present in older V MT). The new V variant gets new 10-spoke "Accord-ish" alloys.

Ground Clearance has been increased from 160 to 165 mm. Also the suspension has been stiffened up nicely, from the older soft suspension. Now the City does not scrape like it's older generations. Have tested it on small/moderate breakers so far. Yet to test it on huge, outlandish-sized breakers.

I would say the S MT stacks up very solidly against the top variants of the Fiesta Classic. The only stuff missing are the front fog lamps, Cruise Control & Sunroof, when compared to the V MT variant. It's only downside (if you can call it that) is that it's petrol, but a tremendous FE offering (I am getting around 15 kpl inside City and 18 kpl on highways, and it's been only 3 weeks since I got my City). I would say that in the Honda City lineup, the best VFM offerings are the S MT & the Corporate, for the amount of equipment/accessories offered vis-a-vis the pricing. Not to mention the fact that the City carries the crown jewel, the i-VTEC, which can easily last one's lifetime, and comes with a near maintenance-free experience.

Refer to the attached official Honda City 2012 brochure for details on the City 2012 variants, specially the S MT.

Cheers, and good luck on your final decision.

City new eBrochure.pdf

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Some corrections there, mate.
Boot Space in Honda City = 506 liters.
Yes you are right.
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Not sure about rear legroom in terms of cms but it's very spacious in the rear, much more than Fiesta Classic.
It's a 1.5L engine so the bhp is pretty high, plenty more than Fiesta Classic.
You are right here too.. and I agree.
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Comparing prices will be tough because both cars belong to different segments. The new Honda City is in the same segment as the new Fiesta, not the Fiesta Classic.

Storage options on all doors are given. Even the lowest Corporate variant has plenty of storage cubbyholes in doors and inside the cabin. You can refer to my ownership thread of the 2012 City for detailed pics on the same - http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/test-d...rney-king.html
Now I beg to disagree. Storage, in my opinion, is more in the Fiesta. I've attached pictures of front and rear doors of both cars. As anyone can see, the Fiesta front door can easily take a 1 litre bottle, maybe even a 2 litre bottle. Honda city cannot. At the back door, the map holder is really spacious in Fiesta and can take two magazines! The city rear door storage is really puny!

There are four cup holder options provided for the rear passengers, two in arm rest and two in the space between the front doors.
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A single cabin light is given in the City, in the center. But it is sufficiently bright to light up the entire cabin. No map lights near IRVM are present. Not sure about the Fiesta Classic's cabin lights.
Attached picture of rear Fiesta cabin lights. It has 2 at the rear and 1 at the front, totaling 3. A single cabin light that can light up the entire cabin is, in my opinion, an undesirable feature.
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Driver Seat Height Adjustment is a given from the S variant onwards in the new City. Only the Corporate and the E variant lack it.

Alloy wheels are also present from the S variant onwards (the 5-spoke ones present in older V MT). The new V variant gets new 10-spoke "Accord-ish" alloys.
Yes, I agree. I was wrongly comparing the E-MT with Fiesta SXI. Even pricewise, the correct comparison is S-MT versus SXi.
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Ground Clearance has been increased from 160 to 165 mm. Also the suspension has been stiffened up nicely, from the older soft suspension. Now the City does not scrape like it's older generations. Have tested it on small/moderate breakers so far. Yet to test it on huge, outlandish-sized breakers.

I would say the S MT stacks up very solidly against the top variants of the Fiesta Classic. The only stuff missing are the front fog lamps, Cruise Control & Sunroof, when compared to the V MT variant.
Agree.
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It's only downside (if you can call it that) is that it's petrol, but a tremendous FE offering (I am getting around 15 kpl inside City and 18 kpl on highways, and it's been only 3 weeks since I got my City).
I'm not sure I'll get 15 in the bumper-bumper traffic on route to my office. The sales guy said 11. And I don't want to constantly be worrying about the cost/km considering petrol prices move up like a kite in the ocean!
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I would say that in the Honda City lineup, the best VFM offerings are the S MT & the Corporate, for the amount of equipment/accessories offered vis-a-vis the pricing. Not to mention the fact that the City carries the crown jewel, the i-VTEC, which can easily last one's lifetime, and comes with a near maintenance-free experience.
You are right.
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Refer to the attached official Honda City 2012 brochure for details on the City 2012 variants, specially the S MT.

Cheers, and good luck on your final decision.
Thank you very much. I hope I will be able to make a decision that will please all my family members and not just the analytical me.
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One thing to watch out for. It seems most co. only ship out four alloys, so the spare is still. You much ask for the fifth alloy at the time of booking. All assurances are null and void once the cheque is cashed!!
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