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  • Q. I own a Hyundai Santro Zing 2010 now. Mostly used for city drive, occasionally for weekend getaways around Bangalore ( max 150 kms one way). I want to upgrade now and these days I enjoy driving and intend to go for long drives too. Also I am tempted with all the new compact SUV's. With a budget of 8 to 10 lakh on-road. Which are the right ones for city drive and occasional long drives? Also, as I will continue the new car for atleast another 8 years, should I go for petrol or diesel? I could go for automatic if it comes in budget, otherwise manual is perfectly ok.

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 4 weeks ago

    There are certain conditions on which the choice of fuel type and transmission depends. If your daily drive is above 50KM, then you can go for the diesel option. Else, you can go for the petrol car. Diesel is cheaper to run. But diesel cars are more expensive. If you do not have too much running, petrol makes it an ideal pick. The petrol engine is a lot more refined and is a lot more quiet and powerful. If you are looking for a comfortable car for city commutes and like calm driving, you may opt for an automatic transmission version. On the other hand, if you want a better command on the vehicle and want like quick drivng you can opt a manual transmission. There is an ample number of SUVs available under a budget of 10 Lakhs, for the complete list, Click Here. For a perfect car choice, a comparison is to be done on the basis of price, size, space, mileage, performance, features, and other specs. Moreover, you can have a test drive of the shortlisted cars for a better idea of comfort and drive quality by visiting the nearest dealer in your city. You can click on the following link to see the details of the nearest dealership and selecting your city accordingly - Dealers.

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    Shri
    Shri | 1 week ago

    For you Hyundai Creta is perfect. You can take the petrol manual transmission as it is 10 lakhs and the automatic transmission is near to 13 lakhs. Diesel is good but it's only a 1400cc car whereas the petrol is 1600cc. So according to me the Creta manual petrol 1.6 is good for city as well as tours.

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    Shri
    Shri | 1 week ago

    Only the basic model in Creta is 1400cc diesel other all are 1600cc

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    G
    G | 2 weeks ago

    Thank you

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