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Which car is best between sx4 and honda city both are japanies car today k series engine is best in all other in indian condition

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Asked by sandeep jadhav, 25 Nov '10 10:04 am
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Both are very capable and good cars. Although the Honda outperforms the SX4 in most areas i.e power, refinement, build quality etc its to be kept in mind that the Honda is a little more than a lakh more expensive than the SX4, making the SX4 tremendous value for money.

The best way for you to solve this query is to test drive both vehicles back to back along with your family.
Answered by Kunaal Saigal, 30 Nov '10 11:05 am

 
  
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Honda city gives better average on road
Answered by dhanendra kumar jain, 25 Nov '10 10:07 am

 
  
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SX4 Is A Good Option As It Is more capable for ......................
Answered by tanishq, 03 Jan '11 06:35 pm

 
  
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Both the mentioned cars are very nice with great performance but Honda City still rocks... Because of its looks and Brand value. Besides looks SX4 is much better then Honda City. Honda city has a fuel tank capacity of 42 liters whereas SX4 has a capacity of 50 Lit. Honda City gives the mileage of 14 Kmpl and Sx4 gives 15. In the matter of engine Power comparison Honda comes with 1.5L, SOHC, 4-cylinder, i-VTEC engine which is 1497 CC. SX4 comes with In-Line Engine which is 1586 CC. And ther's also a difference of around 1.0 Lac in the price also.
Answered by Dinesh Manaktala, 25 Nov '10 10:14 am

 
  
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