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Old 8th January 2016, 19:15   #46
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Default Re: A date with destiny: My Honda City SV CVT (Automatic)

Hey,
I have read almost all of your ownership reviews.

You are a brilliant writer.

Hope the city is doing good.
Just saw your profile. It says Ciaz!!

Have you sold the City ? Or is Ciaz an addition to the garage.

I am in a soup as well right now.
Have a 2004 City. Need to get a new car for dad.

I am confused. I love the Honda for reliability (But I believe the latest City is not all that great when it comes to quality), plus dad has really good connections at the Honda ASC. Looking at both City manual and Automatic.

I LOVE the Ciaz. It looks absolutely stunning.

But dad wants a SUV or MUV ( read XUV or Eritiga ) to move more people at the same time, although we are just a family of 4 plus the chauffeur, and not too many relatives visiting.

Could you please tell more about the Hondas quality and also about the Ciaz.

Thanks,
Cheers!!
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Default Re: A date with destiny: My Honda City SV CVT (Automatic)

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Hey,
I have read almost all of your ownership reviews.

You are a brilliant writer.

Hope the city is doing good.
Just saw your profile. It says Ciaz!!

Have you sold the City ? Or is Ciaz an addition to the garage.

I am in a soup as well right now.
Have a 2004 City. Need to get a new car for dad.

I am confused. I love the Honda for reliability (But I believe the latest City is not all that great when it comes to quality), plus dad has really good connections at the Honda ASC. Looking at both City manual and Automatic.

I LOVE the Ciaz. It looks absolutely stunning.

But dad wants a SUV or MUV ( read XUV or Eritiga ) to move more people at the same time, although we are just a family of 4 plus the chauffeur, and not too many relatives visiting.

Could you please tell more about the Hondas quality and also about the Ciaz.

Thanks,
Cheers!!
Honda build quality has dropped a lot in comparison to the past. Yoy can literally feel the drop in quality and change inattitude of the sales department. What is surprising is the service and spare costs haven't dropped as much as the drop in quality levels. My dad is happy with the ciaz and never called once to complain about the car. He called me many times when we had the city as he was confused with the servuce costs and the squeaks and noices that the car made. In the end what matters to me is fuss free ownership with a strong and friendly service backing in case anything goes bad.

Ciaz transmission is more responsive and the car overall is more efficient than the city. City has some area's which are better such as engine refinement and seating comfort.
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