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  • jack asked on 28 Jun 2020
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    What is the difference between Hyundai Verna SX and S?

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    • Cardekho Experts
    • on 28 Jun 2020

    The difference between Hyundai Verna SX and S is only of the features. The Verna SX comes with the features like Automatic Climate Control, Height Adjustable Front Seat Belts, Cruise Control, Smart Access Card Entry, Engine Start Stop Button, Rear Curtain, Driver Rear View Monitor, Automatic Headlamps, Rear Camera with Dynamic Guidelines, Electro Chromic Mirror (ECM), Headlamp Escort Function, Rear Camera, Driver's Anti Pinch Power Windows, Wireless Phone Charging, Hyundai iblue (Audio Remote Application), Leather Steering Wheel, Leather Wrap Gear Shift Selector, Folding Table in the rear, Height Adjustable Driver Seat, Digital Cluster with 10.67 cm color TFT MID, IC Light adjustment (Rheostat), Fog Lights Front, Electric Folding Rear View Mirror, Rear Window Defogger with Timer, Alloy Wheels, Sun Roof, Projector Headlamps, Cornering Headlamps, LED DRLs and Taillights which are not available in the base S variant.

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    • Cardekho Experts
    • on 8 Aug 2020

    All both cars are good enough. The changes to the 2020 Verna do not make a big difference to the overall package. But what they do is improve its strength further to a point where the overall experience is now a lot more impressive. The new looks, modern features and especially the new powertrain will not only impress you the first time you drive the car, but will also make you appreciate them more as you drive further in your ownership. Even from an economic standpoint, the Verna sits in the middle of the Volkswagen Vento automatic and the Honda City automatic, making it a sensible pick. The rear seat experience is still the biggest shortcoming in the package but if you can overlook that, the 2020 Verna gives you no reason to consider any other sedan in the segment. If you are not particular about enthusiastic or sporty driving, this 1.5-litre CVT powertrain is a better fit for your everyday chores. Honda’s fifth-generation City sticks to the tried-and-tested formula. Hard, scratchy plastics feel out of place. Better plastic quality or even soft-touch materials would’ve helped the City deliver on a richer cabin experience. It could also do with some more features to match Hyundai’s Verna too. That said, it’s building upon the core strengths of the City. An improvement in rear seat space is a pleasant surprise. If you are looking for a car to be driven around in, the City makes for a solid choice. That’s also because the ride quality is now a whole lot better, filtering out road imperfections without making a racket. It continues to be among the most expensive sedans you can buy in this segment. Even with the new generation, you’re paying for a balance of feel-good features and space. If you are looking for a car to be driven around in, the City makes for a solid choice. That’s also because the ride quality is now a whole lot better, filtering out road imperfections without making a racket. If you pick the petrol-CVT, the smooth automatic will keep you stress-free in traffic too.You may compare both the cars according to their variants too. Do take a test drive in order to get better clarity. Check out authorised dealership details.

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    • on 7 Aug 2020

    If we talk about CVT, it is smooth, refined and super quiet. And the best part, it doesn't behave like typical CVTs. There is hardly any lag between you pressing the paddle and the speeds increasing. This CVT manages to cut out both the lag, as well as the stretched acceleration effect seen in most other CVTs. This is because of two of its characteristics. One, it is an 8-step CVT and while accelerating, changes through the steps in quick succession to keep the momentum going strong. Second, it doesn't hold high revs and wait for the speeds to match. Rather it builds revs like a torque converter which gives you stronger acceleration. On the other hand, Turbo DCt delivers better power and great torque and with the paddle shifters, it becomes more fun to drive. Having driven the turbo-petrol DCT powertrain in the Venue, we can’t see it offers a smoother drive experience in the city. And in fact, if you are looking for a city-oriented sedan, the 1.5-litre CVT is the less expensive automatic costing Rs 15,000 less than the turbo-petrol. Do take a test drive in order to get better clarity. You may compare both the cars according to their variants too.

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  • waikhom asked on 6 Aug 2020
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    Difference between sx and sx ivt

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    • on 6 Aug 2020

    Both the variants have the same engine and look, the difference one will see is in transmission. Verna SX has manual transmission whereas Verna SX IVT has an automatic transmission. So, if you are looking for a comfortable car for city commutes and like calm driving, you may opt for an automatic transmission version. On the other hand, if you want a better command on the vehicle and want like quick driving you can opt for a manual transmission.

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