The introduction of AMT (automated manual transmission) to cars has been beneficial to buyers and manufacturers alike. The AMT tech employs shift control actuators that automatically perform the clutch and shift operations. Consequently, it adds to the convenience of drivers by cutting down the hassle of manually pressing the clutch and shifting gears. Maruti Suzuki calls it Auto Gear Shift (AGS) technology in its own terms, and has equipped the WagonR with it. Its prime competitor, the Santro, became the first Hyundai to get this AMT technology as the carmaker also wanted to offer an entry-level automatic hatchback at a competitive price. In a face off of these automatic hatchbacks, we did an in-depth analysis of many parameters including features, dimensions, fuel efficiency and many more. Here we are highlighting the on-road performance figures of the Santro Sportz AMT and the WagonR Zxi AMT.