This entry was posted by czb1972 on June 16, 2014 at 6:49 am
Which is the hatchback you should put your money on? Overdrive has the definitive answer.
In Malaysia hyundai is selling a higher spec than India. it come with
ABS,EBD,SRS and others accs. it’s price tag at RM42’888 but the sell
figures still can’t beat our Malaysia Perodua Myvi which come in 1.3 and
this model follow Toyota Passo. price tag at RM49’700 Hopefully the Sukuzi
A-star will come into Malaysia too
i tried I 10 and it fascinated me
A star is a true city car and can meet all the requirements of a city car.
Good fuel efficiency and great design.young and successful beginners can
easily identify with this car.Fuel economy is what matters most these days
as the concern for the environment is upmost.You simply fall in love with
this small bundle of energy and vivaciousness. Like every coin’s 2 faces
this car also comes with some limitations but “everything is fair once you
A star is the best
i10 < a-star. Anyway it does have ABS in 2nd grade(Vxi AT) and it is auto.
i10 rocks – I agree 🙂
the lef-right-left effect on the headphone is very annoying
with my i10 i had 160km
A star is better…
eating mutton curry is better to buy this car
i10 is better , more space, it’s bigger and has a more powerful motor ,
less noise , same fuel economy. No discussion , stetics are subjective.
A-Star is better
very helpful thanks
this was tremendously helpful. thanks
dude its Astar
You really know nothing about cars, do you?
I have a* for the last year,and i am totally contended with that.I dont
know much abt i10 but a*is the better looking one,i think!
cheee i hate a star its shit
hyundai i10 anyday…better interiors,better engine and even better looks
Hey Can any expert suggest which is better i10 D-Lite or era or Magna
Responses with reason will be appreciated
wow when he shifted it looked like it was just a stick in a box of pudding
a very good review.. touched all the points really well.
Hyundai is a micro van, family car, it should be compared at least with
Swift not Alto, Alto is a small micro hatchback, it’s competition are
Toyota Aigo, Citroen C1, maybe Fiat 500. Not a good comparison, but fine
video. I would always go with the funky Alto with ABS – more money, but you
get what you pay for. My friend had to swap his engine on i10 after
10.000kms, it just blew up. Quality of build, not just the interior is far
better in Suzuki.
wow didn’t know hyundai was so popular in india. i knew they make good cars
now but didn’t know they make the best car in that segment. impressive!
my astar on cng gives me 35 km/kg cng. Believ me. Its far better than i10,
wheres maruti car has maintanance cost, change oil after 10000 km ,
lubricant such coolant, break oil change after 20000, with great k-series
engines. My friend i10 gives him 13 kmpl on petrol. Gud point is this car
only hight, if u r under 6 feet astar is lotery for u
@standriuss: Completely agree with you about A-star being more reliable and
comfortable…The new automatic A-star introduced by Maruti in hatchback
category is worth test driving…One will surely fall in love with the
comfort it provides in the traffic during office rush hour……..
SuckZuki to WhoaYundai ?.. Nah ,, never mind
As far as mileage is concerned i10 gives only 8-10 kml where as A-Star
15-17 in city. i10 is little bit more spacious than A-Star.
Of course, A Star- AT is perfect compact car. apart the brake systems is
excellant. a good car
hundai i10 rocks
nice review! cheers!
suzuki is better
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