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  • Q. Which one should I buy Honda Civic BMW 3 Series or Mercedes Benz C class?

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 2 months ago

    Honda’s Civic isn’t exactly the most practical car on the block. The low seating position is sure to get disapproval from the older folk, the CVT won’t cut it with the enthusiast and the space on offer won’t tempt the back-seat owner either. Also, one might argue that it needed a few more features such as memory seats, electric adjust for the co-driver, and front parking sensors to win favours with the buyers. But here’s the deal. None of that really matters when you look at it, and spend time with it. It’s got the design to wow, and the interior feels like it will outlast your grandkids. There’s a diesel engine now if you want to munch miles, and the smooth petrol remains likeable as ever. What Honda has carried over from the older Civic then, is its uncanny ability to tug at your heart strings. It’s among the few cars out there that makes you want it.If we talk about BMW 3 series, at its price, it remains a sedan that you buy because you want it, and not because you need it. It has learnt new tricks and now delivers on more than just performance. The updated styling, plusher interiors and better cabin space all point towards the same. Yes, it could’ve done without silly feature omissions, and a softer ride might have won it a few more favours among back seat buyers. That said, what makes you want the 3 Series is its ability to make you want to drive it over and over again. It raises our expectations of performance not just from small BMWs, but the segment as a whole. On the other hand, with the update, the C-Class isn’t a biblically different car than before. It continues to look and feel posh, is built like a tank and has snob value like nothing else in the segment. The refinement of the new engine brings with it an added air of premiumness. Yes, we’d have liked some more features (say a 360° camera, ventilated seats, electric steering-column adjust) at this price point. But, other than that and slightly stingy room at the rear, we can’t really pick bones. It’s the good old C-Class recipe, just fine-tuned and perfected over time.You may compare these cars according to their variants too. Do take a test drive before the final call. Check out authorised dealership details.

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