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#11 18-May, 2009 06:23 PM
Sridhar
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Guess you did not go through the specs in the comparision I posted above. Just go through it and you will see why Dzire is a more VFM car than the accent. AC for accent is ought to be powerfull as it has a bigger capacity engine(1500 cc as compared to 1300cc in dzire) but dzire AC is not bad at all. If you say AC is powerfull then there is trade off at the FE level. Legroom, yes the accent has an advantage. Personally I like the accent more than the dzire and I will always love it. If given a choice I will buy the accent and not even look at the dzire as i dont like its looks. But here while suggesting to someone I need to keep my preferences aside and give the choices. Again Hyundai can never match the after sales service of maruti. Maintenances is also comparitively cheaper.Have a look at the all features tab in the comparision and you will have all the questions answered.

Just to add, the ride quality of dzire is always better than the accent. The same has been discussed in numerous threads in our forums. You might go through them as well.




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#12 18-May, 2009 07:04 PM
Praveen Mishra
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Thanks shashank. i will definately test drive all of the cars you mentioned. And thanks for informing me about the ford offer. That offer is indeed very lucrative for the ford fiesta. will definately look into it. I wanted to thank krishnan as well for telling me about the comfort features of the ford. Basically thats what we want in a sedan, dont we ? Comfort...



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#13 18-May, 2009 07:04 PM
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Overall performance of Accent is decent except the FE (In a city like Lucknow generally you will get 9-10kmpl with a.c., not more than that). D'zire Diesel is more successful and majority is buying D'zire VDi instead of D'zire Vxi. In petrol, Swift is still first choice!

If I am buying a car, I'll look at the one that gives me more for my money. Frankly speaking I'll pick a diesel car and here the best Value For Money Car is Ikon TDCi. I dont know the Monthly running of Asker but anything over 800kms, one can consider a Diesel car.

Accent V/s D'zire: Accent is giving more Value For Money one is spending. After Sales Service of Maruti is the best but Hyundai is not far behind, also If u ask me, I bought GM & Ford Cars without even thinking about the A.S.S. factor, For next 3-4 years what requires really is Regular Service!!! Before highway journey Visit Service centre for a complete check-up and thats it.




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#14 18-May, 2009 07:44 PM
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Posted by Praveen Mishra

Well my family consists of 5 people. and yes my maximum budget is 6lakh - total cost. I am basically looking for a sedan. I do not have any preferences

For a family of 5, rule out Dzire - the rear seat / legroom is not very comfortable for 3 (not discussed below, therefore).

Ikon TDCi (Diesel) would be a VFM - running cost would be 40-45% cheaper than Petrol.  Logan is very spacious/comfortable but performance is just decent.  As such it will not fall in your budget.

Amongst petrol cars, you could choose from Accent & Fiesta Special Edition (Rs.5.5 lac ex-showroom).  Between the two, Fiesta would be a better choice - more space/comfort & better handling/braking.

Test-drive the 3 cars (with family) - Ikon TDCi, Fiesta & Accent.




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#15 19-May, 2009 10:04 AM
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Well I too will go for Fiesta Special edition just for the price !! it is a steal.. you get a 1.6 alomost fully loaded fiesta on road for about 6 lacs. wow.. It's a great car, great perforamance, ride confort and a new age car. But the spares are expensive expecially if you compare with hyundai and maruti so might want to consider that. rest all is good including resale.

I have an accent (about 6 months old) and it too is a total VFM (paisa vasool ) great perforamance, powerful, peppy, good looks (I love them), decent mileage (I get 11 with AC in city) and good after sales service by hyundai. flip side- low resale value and u might not get those flashy features and dials, but the interiors are great esp with the wooden finish and beige looks (plus u get keyless entry, steering wheel leatther wrapped and gear knob leather wrapped complimentary). all this for around 5.5 (u might get some discounts as well). well it is a great VFM.

Dzire. well don't go for it. it will not suit your requirements.



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#16 19-May, 2009 12:11 PM
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I saw the add in the papers... Fiesta in 6 lacs onroad pice is great.. its for Mumbai and Delhi Smile



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#17 19-May, 2009 02:18 PM
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Dont think thats a smart move by Ford(guess they are desperate for the numbers).

The price would surely hit hard at the residuals of the current Fiesta owners.



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#18 19-May, 2009 02:25 PM
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Thanks for the valuable information prasad. As im a 6ft tall guy, I think the D-zire would be too small for me, front or back. The ford for 5.5 lakh grabs my interest. Will test drive them and get back to you guys.



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#19 19-May, 2009 02:28 PM
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After taking a test drive of Fiesta 1.6, I dont think you will like any other car. A driver's car with superb ride & handling. My friend Sushil is using since 2 years without any problem and mileage he is getting around 10kmpl in city with 100% a.c. and around 13kmpl on highways.




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#20 19-May, 2009 03:39 PM
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Is this present Ford Fiesta offer ( Ex show room @5.5lakh) is a limited period offer? Can any one update me on this?



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#21 19-May, 2009 06:32 PM
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It's projected so.




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#22 19-May, 2009 08:52 PM
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DIfference between Ford Fiesta Limited Edition and the Regular Fiesta (EXi/ZXi/Sxi/S)...

  1. 4 speakers (in Limited edition) instead of 6 (in EXi/ZXi/Sxi/S)
  2. No ABS and EBD in the Limited
  3. No leather wrapped steering wheel on Limited & EXi
  4. No electic adjustable outside mirrors on limited
  5. No rear defogger on Limited
  6. No programmable keyless entry & auto-relocking
  7. No front fog lamps
  8. No airbags

I think you get what you pay, hence the stripped down version and the stripped down price Money mouth



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#23 20-May, 2009 09:06 AM
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Thanks for above information.

But I think inspite of stripped down features, its a good buy. -- I have shortlisted Ascent and Fiesta but will take a final call after checking Jazz pricing. Hope Fiesta special offer is valid till such time.



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#24 20-May, 2009 12:09 PM
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Sujit,

Fiesta can be matched with Accent on the power front.

But Jazz is a different league.



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#25 20-May, 2009 12:34 PM
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precisely, also both Accent and Fiesta are sedans where jazz is a hatchback. Also the pricing is going to be much higher.



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#26 21-May, 2009 01:28 PM
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Thank you for the information guys. I did test both the maruti dzire and the ford fiesta...

the maruti dzire, like the moderator said is little inconvient in space.

anyways my interest is ford and yes it is quite spacious and powerful. Quite a comfortable car.

The offer for 5.5 lakh is for mumbai and delhi cities only. You guys can call the dealer and ask him about it.

Shaman Ford told me that the offer is uptil 30 June.



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#27 21-May, 2009 02:00 PM
S Menon
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Ikon 1.4 TDCi (dated and bad NVH)

Ikon 1.6 (dated)

Accent (dated)

Dzire (personally never liked this thing - it looks really bad and is really cramped inside.  no real advantage here except for the diesel engine which you will have to wait for)

Indigo (dated, but otherwise great VFM - you may even get the XL classic within your budget which is really a lot of car!)

Logan (VERY dated, no real advantage other than space, future seems doubtful)




Keep those wheels turning!
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#28 22-May, 2009 11:20 AM
Praveen Mishra
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I couldnt agree with u more steeroid. I test drived the dzire and thats exactly what i felt. out of shape and very crampy for space. What did u think about the fiesta? did it match your expectations to performance and comfort ?  I am planning to buy it in june, but want to look into it further. any suggestions?



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#29 22-May, 2009 11:32 AM
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I have test driven the petrol Fiesta, SXi, felt solid, tied to the ground, good pickup, good handling overall. Mileage would be a bit less compared to other petrol cars in its class (maybe due to the 1.6 engine). Nice car and supposed to be self driven. Even i am contemplating buying the 1.6S in a couple of months. The Ford brand (meltdown in USA) and the After Sales Service (it is averagely priced high, cant compare with Maruti and you shouldn't) has been the factors for me delaying the purchase.

Another car worth considering is Linea, do test drive it too. The pricing will be similar to the Fiesta, go check out!



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#30 22-May, 2009 12:01 PM
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Guys,

You missed the SX4. The car is matched in performance with the Fiesta.

Linea petrol would be sluggish in comparison to Fiesta and SX4.



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