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  • Q. My Budget is upto 18 lakhs. I am planning to buy SUV in March'19. Most of my drive will be in city maximum upto 50km per day. I am confused which SUV to go for (1) Tata Harrier (2)Jeep Compass (3) Hyundai Tucson (4) Maruti Vitara Brezza. I also need decision on whether to go for Automatic or Manual,Petrol or Diesel.

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    Arnav
    Arnav | 2 months ago

    If you're planning to go with the Jeep Compass, don't get the automatic transmission variant. On enquiring in the showroom, I was told that the clutch replacement cost in that car would be Rs.75,000/-, which you'll need to do frequently, given the clutch issues in the car. Moreover, you won't get a good enough variant in your budget. The Harrier is the biggest car which you'll get in this price bracket. However, one issue with the car is that it doesn't have disc brakes at the rear, it has drum brakes at the rear and disc at the front. Given the huge weight of the car, braking at higher speeds is an issue, which Tata has now resolved with the launch of the new Safari with all disc brakes.Don't buy Brezza if you're enthusiastic about fun driving. Also, it feels really less premium than the counterparts. I suggest you to go with the Creta Turbo DCT. It's fun to drive, well-built, and of course loaded with features to the brim.

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    Arnav
    Arnav | 2 months ago

    If you're planning to go with the Jeep Compass, don't get the automatic transmission variant. On enquiring in the showroom, I was told that the clutch replacement cost in that car would be Rs.75,000/-, which you'll need to do frequently, given the clutch issues in the car. Moreover, you won't get a good enough variant in your budget. The Harrier is the biggest car which you'll get in this price bracket. However, one issue with the car is that it doesn't have disc brakes at the rear, it has drum brakes at the rear and disc at the front. Given the huge weight of the car, braking at higher speeds is an issue, which Tata has now resolved with the launch of the new Safari with all disc brakes.Don't buy Brezza if you're enthusiastic about fun driving. Also, it feels really less premium than the counterparts. I suggest you to go with the Creta Turbo DCT. It's fun to drive, well-built, and of course loaded with features to the brim.

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    Nihal
    Nihal | 7 months ago

    Tata Harrier is good among these SUVs if you are looking for manual diesel but I felt the steering is kind of heavy or hard to drive not a easier one or smoother one in Harrier, but if you are looking for automatic you could consider hyundai creta automatic gearbox is so good in creta, Jeep compass you will get a base variant in your budget which I think is overpriced a bit,hyundai Tucson will also cost you around starting 23 lakhs but a good car to drive, and breeza is a good in its segment but lacks performance.

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  • Front Bumper
    Authorised Dealer Price :- 1880
    GST Price :- 526
    Total Price :- 2406
  • Rear Bumper
    Authorised Dealer Price :- 2275
    GST Price :- 637
    Total Price :- 2912
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    GST Price :- 480
    Total Price :- 2195
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    Authorised Dealer Price :- 1650
    GST Price :- 462
    Total Price :- 2112
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