Mahindra XUV 500 vs. Toyota Fortuner Video Comparison by CarToq.com
Given that the Mahindra XUV500 offers a lot more than the Toyota Fortuner in terms of features -- that too, at a significantly reduced price -- there's simply no argument that the XUV is better value for money. But in terms of build quality and long-term reliability, you can't go wrong with a Fortuner. For more, visit http://www.CarToq.com
2014 Honda City diesel video review by CarToq.com
The new Honda diesel City is definitely a lot more comfortable and plush
compared to the older one, and with the addition of a diesel engine, it
would appeal to those how travel long distances. However, we really don't
see this as being a car for enthusiasts anymore; rather, it will cater to
the chauffeur driven. For more, visit http://www.CarToq.com .
Datsun Go first drive video review by CarToq.com
The Datsun brand makes a comeback with the Datsun Go, an entry-level
hatchback that is priced under Rs. 4 lakh. The car is spacious, fairly
fuel-efficient and good to drive. But does it have what it takes to compete
with established players like Maruti and Hyundai in the highly competitive
and price-sensitive entry-level segment? For more on the Datsun Go, log on
Mahindra Scorpio LX 4WD Video Review by CarToq.com
http://www.CarToq.com reviews the Scorpio 4x4. If you have car questions
you would like answers for, click the link to visit our site and get
answers from our community of car owners and experts!
The Scorpio LX 4WD is powered by Mahindra's 2.2 litre common-rail diesel
engine that puts out 120 bhp of power and 297 Nm of torque. It comes with a
five-speed manual transmission. The gearshifts are rather long, but
precise. The clutch is hydraulically powered, but still is quite hard
compared to most sedans and hatchbacks.
The interiors of the LX 4×4 are rather bare. It comes with a grey and
black interior. The 4×4 variant comes as a seven-seater variant with two
jump seats in the boot. The door pads are not molded, but of the hardboard
variety, unlike the higher variants.
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In terms of comfort, the LX 4×4 offers just about adequate features. It
has a powerful AC with rear AC vents, tilt-adjustable power steering,
manual central locking and internally adjustable mirrors.
The new LX 4×4 variant will suit those looking for a reliable four-wheel
drive vehicle, with just the basic creature comforts.
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your car questions to our community of car owners and experts.
Maruti Ertiga vs Mahindra Xylo Video Comparison by CarToq.com
If you need a large vehicle to carry seven passengers in relative comfort,
the Mahindra Xylo would be a better option. But when it comes to sheer
value for money and versatility, the Maruti Ertiga, which is cheaper, would
be a better overall vehicle. For more, visit http://www.CarToq.com