The Volkswagen Vento has competition from Europe, Japan and Korea.
Fiat Linea: The Italian offering is the other older car in the segment, once known for its simple but beautiful design, good build quality and great handling. While the build quality is still good, the Linea suffers from old-school features, inadequate space, complaint of spare parts costs and a small service network.
Maruti Suzuki Ciaz: One the best selling cars in its segment, the Ciaz is sold through the company’s premium Nexa sales network. The Ciaz may not be a looke
Honda City: Honda’s midsize premium sedan was given a comprehensive refresh in 2017 which raised its premiumness through the roof with features like All-LED lights, new 16-inch alloy wheels and refreshed interiors with a spacious rear cabin. The 1.5-litre diesel and petrol engines are both powerful and efficient, but not in the same league as Maruti in terms of efficiency. Handling is good. though.
Hyundai Verna: The new-gen Hyundai Verna has lost the curvy ‘Fluidic’ theme from its predecessor for a more grown up look. It is 65mm longer with a 30mm longer wheelbase than before, and in typical Hyundai fashion, is loaded to the gills with features. The Verna loses out on rear cabin space, which is a big negative in this segment.
Skoda Rapid: Refreshed in early 2017, the Skoda Rapid is the Vento with a Czech twist. It has the same positives and negatives as the Vento but in a different looking body.Read Less
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