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  • Q. Nissan Kicks 1.5L XV Hyundai Creta E PETROL/DIESELMaruti Suzuki XL6 ZetaFord EcoSport Titanium 1.5L PETROL/DIESELKia Seltos HTE PETROLAmong the above SUVs/MPV costing around 10 lakhs ex-showroom which would be the best value for money?

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    Zigwheels | 1 month ago

    All cars are good enough. Selecting one will totally depend on your requirements and priorities. The Nissan Kicks seems to be doing a lot of things right. Its striking youthful design and premium quality interior work in its favour. It’s got most of the contents to be a great urban SUV, but there are some downsides too. Considering both the pros and cons leads us to the conclusion that the Kicks is a car for those who are looking for a properly stylish compact SUV. It’s for those who appreciate quality and are either buying an additional smaller (relatively) car for the family or want to upgrade their drive experience from an already premium sub-compact vehicle.The Hyundai Creta is clearly an impressive compact SUV. It is spacious, comfortable, loaded with features, easy to drive and offered with powerful petrol and diesel engine options. Even though E is the base variant of the Creta, its features list doesn’t reflect that. It’s decently equipped and if you are on a tight budget and really want the new Creta, the E variant is perfect for you. It’s also good for those looking to do a lot of aftermarket customisation on their new car, especially the music system.Though Maruti XL6 gets rugged SUV-like design, it doesn't compete against any of SUVs directly. It is a 6-seater MPV, it gets captain seats that mean more comfort in the second row which is enough for 6 footers too. The 1.5 petrol is quiet, refined and tractable. Automatic transmission also available in top-end Alpha trim. It would be a great pick if you are lookiing for a spacious 6-seater car for family and majorly drive in city only.Ford EcoSport is a Sub 4-meter compact SUV. The success of the Ford EcoSport can be attributed to its packaging. It offers great engines, good interiors with an appealing design and that very likeable SUVish stance. If you are looking for a fun to drive car with great handelling and rear seat space is not your priority, you may go for it.The Seltos impressed us So much that all we could complain about was a lack of under-thigh support and the rather stiff ride quality. The Kia Seltos’ base variant is equipped with all the necessities. It doesn’t feel lacking in any department and the fact that it undercuts the Creta petrol and is closely priced to the Nissan Kicks makes it a sensible option. If it’s a petrol SUV you’re after, we would suggest you stretch your budget a bit. But for diesel buyers on a tight budget, the HTE variant makes a lot of sense. You may compare all these cars accoridngly. Do take a test drive in order to get better clarity. Check out authorised dealership details.

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