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  • Q. Is Honda City petrol 1.5 naturally aspirated petrol better than the Skoda Rapid 1.0 TSI for hills with hairpin bends?

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    Mn | 7 months ago

    @ Kartikeya | The Honda City will fare better because it has better low-end torque. The Rapid on the other hand has turbo lag which might make driving a bit tricky.

    Thank you for quicker reply. Do honda city has good mid torque compared to rapid mainly for fast overtake of vehicle ahead? If I choose rapid will it be difficult to get move on from stand still on a very inclined hill roads considering manual transmission varients? And is tsi turbo lag give same effect as diesel vehicles struggle at low rpm at inclined road?

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    Kartikeya | 7 months ago

    The Honda City will fare better because it has better low-end torque. The Rapid on the other hand has turbo lag which might make driving a bit tricky.

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