Q. I am 6ft 1inch tall and planning a compact sedan. I am slightly inclined towards Amaze and Aura. I'll be driving and rarely shifting to the rear seats. Which of the two would be a better suited for me? Prefered Fuel type - Petrol, Not looking for a daily commuter but more of a weekend/outstation ride so can do with Manual aswell, but no compromise on comfortable smooth ride and mileage.5.2K Views Add Answer9 AnswersAdd your AnswerSubmit Answer
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