The all-new Honda City finally got its top spot back in its segment, but that is not saying it has done so easily, as the City has had some tough competition from the likes of the Hyundai Verna. Both cars are good value for their price point in India, but which of the two offers the greater value for money?
Many of you would agree that the new Honda City has helped to revive the series, which was starting to falter with the new breed of hatchbacks. Some of you might not know which way to go when choosing a new top-end hatchback in India, and so we have located some video reviews, which should make your decision process a little easier.
India On-road Honda City price vs. Hyundai Verna – Before we look at those, we thought you might want to know what the Honda City price in India and the Hyundai Verna price in India first. The former varies depending on what version you go for, and with there being 12 choices, we thought you might wish to look at their prices above.
As for the Hyundai Verna price, there are 13 options to go for, and so we have listed these prices and Hyundai Verna versions above. One thing we can tell you, their prices are very similar, and so it will come down to how positive their reviews are.
The first video not only looks at the new Honda City compared to the Hyundai Verna, but also the Skoda Rapid and VW Vento, as these are all comparable cars in this segment. The video review is a fine example of just how well equipped the new City is, but the question is, how does it compare to its closet rivals?
The second video is a walk around of the Honda City Grade V, which is the top of the range version, but if your budget is unable to stretch that far, never mind because the starting price of the new City is Rs 7.19 lakh. The final video is another review of the 2014 Honda City, which looks at both the petrol and diesel versions, and it is the latter that will be of most interest, as this option was not available on the previous City.
Which of the two will you go for because while they are both similar in price, they both have different things to offer?