Preferred For : Family
28% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above
When you start the car it is normal for 1000 - 1200 CC cars, next clutch ohhh it is uncomfortable means you have to apply power from your foot to press the clutch and believe me it is hard. Next pickup is impressive, steering wheel again little hard. Rest everything is fine.
Almost no boot space, still far better choice among all 1L hatchbacks under 5 lakhs. Maintenance too low. Amazing built quality, body metal as well as interior plastic.
Low maintenance and good comfort . Good mileage in a petrol car. Smooth drive in high speed @ 80- 100 km per hour. No problem.
Riding comport is super, long driving up to 300 km no tiredness, only drawback rearseat legroom and boot space is not enough
Less booting space but nice car since it is old now and out of production spare parts are not much available now
Both cars being trend setters in their own right, the Hyundai i10 in its new avatar is now much more than a great urban family car, while MSIL's A-Star continues to be one of the safest and smartest ones around
The Maruti Suzuki A-Star made its grand debut in 2008. Two years down the little sporty hatch has received an automatic gearbox. Vikram Gour checks if the little star still twinkles!