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View Poll Results: Which sub-4m sedan would you choose?
Hyundai Aura 27 13.71%
Maruti Dzire 23 11.68%
Honda Amaze 47 23.86%
Ford Aspire 65 32.99%
Tata Tigor 19 9.64%
Hyundai Xcent 1 0.51%
Other (Please specify in your post) 15 7.61%
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Old 1st June 2020, 13:00   #31
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Default Re: Hyundai Aura vs the competition

My vote went to the Tata Tigor for the following reasons -
  1. Outstanding design. Best boot integration in a long time.
  2. Tank solid build.
  3. Certified 4 star GNCAP rating.
  4. Very practical and neutral interiors.
  5. Fast steering wheel.
  6. Remarkable boot space for the size of the car.

Would I buy one? No. Because I have never really liked a subcompact sedan. I understand the logic of a sub4m tax saving design & I appreciate it. But the compromise on overall looks vis-a-vis the gains by doing it isn't justified in my opinion. So I'd never even think of a sub4m sedan for myself.
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Originally Posted by ankitsharma View Post
...but owing a German sedan in that price is crazy
Czech to be precise. Essentially, a German with a Czech passport.
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Old 9th June 2020, 16:45   #33
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Voted for Ford Aspire 1.5 TDCi. Not only because I own one, but also for how good the car is. It may not have all latest features but when it comes to what a car should do, it does perfectly well. It's powerful, sturdy enough, fun to drive, easy to drive, drives well, has superb AC, fuel efficient, cheap to maintain, has good looks, and don't forget the low-end torque. Heck, I even once drove the car from office to home one day when there was relatively less traffic without touching the accelerator and it never shuddered even on flyovers. It feels almost like an automatic in city. Did I forget the five-year warranty it comes with?

When I almost booked the Tigor JTP after four to five test drives, I booked the Aspire after a single test drive. JTP was really good but the Aspire made more sense because it was fun to drive as well as fuel efficient.

In spite of all these positives, the market tend to prefer only bling factors. IMO, this is one of the most underrated cars under 10L.
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