• Q. Which petrol car is great for a family of 5 between Honda Amaze and WR-V considering occasional highway trips of 1000 km every 2 months once with cabin and boot fully loaded - Jazz 2018?

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    Jashan | 1 year ago

    If you are planning to buy a petrol then go with amaze only and if its diesel then buy WRV/amaze.Don't buy WRV petrol as engine is small for jazz and WRV is even 60kg heavier than jazz which means more lathargic and slow on performance with full packed car.

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    Achyutanand | 10 months ago

    I am using Jazz 2015, except ground clearance, it's a great Machine. Long drives are easy, city trips are good too.

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    Jaffer | 1 year ago

    Yes, It’s ground clearance is an issue. The condition of our roads as they are, the suspension is very low. The new jazz’s suspension is heightened a lil’ it seems!

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