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  • Q. Which is a better vehicle amongst BRV, Creta and Marazzo?

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    Israr
    Israr | 1 year ago

    If your seriously rich and dont care about the money then creta is a good car because its seriously overpriced and doesn't have good highspeed stability, on the other hand both brv and marrazo are seriously good cars both are mpv but here marrazo is better because it has more space and is more comfortable but a bit more expensive than brv and brv is a good car aswell specially its 1.5-litre vtec engine is seriously good and makes the car quick from 0-100 in 10 sec while marrazo does it in 13 sec but marrazo has more features than brv, brv gets push start and keyless entry but marrazo doesn't but still marrazo has an advantage over brv in features, and of you care about vehicle dynamics then creta has so much understeer while driving around the corner and lot of bodyroll and lacks steering precision and breaks are soggy aswell, Mahindra marrazo does understeer a lot, has really huge amount of bodyroll, but highspeed stability is good better than creta and breaks are better than creta atleast on highway speed, on the other hand brv's highspeed stability is great, bodyroll is there but not as much as creta or marrazo, steering feel and precision is great as well breaks are brilliant but let's be honest we don't buy this cars to drive around the corners or go fast so my verdict would be if you need fancy and featuristic car, good acceleration and don't mind spending nearly 18.3 lacs on a car that cant seat more than 5 passengers then go for creta but if you like driving and good acceleration, good handling and have to seat more than 6 passengers then brv is a great car do it but you don't mind handling and vehicle dynamics etc then marrazo is a serious car in my opinion if you're a family guy who needs a 7 seater and your budget is 17-18 lacs then go for marrazo, but if your budget is between 12-15 then go for brv wont be disappointed.I hope this helps

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    Krishna
    Krishna | 1 year ago

    Honda BRV

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