Bugatti Veyron vs Lamborghini Aventador vs Lexus LFA vs McLaren MP4-12C - Head 2 Head Episode 8
On this special episode of Head 2 Head, Automobile Magazine's Jason Cammisa
pits the world's most exclusive super cars against each other in a
no-holds-barred drag race battle! Do the carbon fiber-bodied Aventador,
LFA, and MP4-12C have what it takes to take on the king of the super car
realm - the Bugatti Veyron?
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Twin Turbo Lamborghini Gallardo's drag - UGR and Heffner
Here is a couple passes from these two TT Gallardos that were at the track
friday night. Unfortunately we don't have much info on either car, and they
were running "no-times". They very much like their numbers in the dark.
What is your guess on what they ran and how much power they are making??
2015 Honda City Vs Hyundai Verna I Comparison Video I CarDekho.com
Watch Honda City vs Hyundai Verna Comparison by CarDekho. Know more about
City at : http://www.cardekho.com/carmodels/Honda/Honda_City and about
Verna at http://www.cardekho.com/carmodels/Hyundai/Hyundai_Verna
Video review : Hyundai Verna VS Honda City
The video gives an in depth comparison between Honda City and Hyundai Verna
4S. It lets you make a better choice by projecting the different fields
where Verna and City excel.
The comparison starts with the exteriors of both cars, on the front side
the nose of Verna looks better with its twin slated chrome grill that makes
more sense over City’s fat single piece grill. Moving towards the side
both cars have distinct character and shoulder line but City is a new car
as Verna with its facelift only got changes at front and rear, while the
sides are unchanged. The wheels of both cars attract equally as the diamond
cut alloys of Verna look apart , City’s dynamic 5-spoke make a statement
of their own. At the rear City stands as a clear winner with its wide
angular taillight joined by a sleek dash of chrome.
Dimensionally, Verna and City gets LxWxH as 4375x1700x1475mm and
4440x1695x1495 respectively. While the wheelbase stands at 2600 mm for
Honda and 2570 mm for Verna. And mechanically, City gets 1.5 litre i-DTEC
that produces 100 PS of power and 200 Nm of Torque. Verna gets a 1.6 litre
CRDi motor that produces 128 PS of power and 260 Nm of torque. Both have
good fuel economy, but Verna puts out a figure of 23.6 kmpl while City gets
an edge with its 26 kmpl.
Performance-wise, Verna gets a strong diesel that helps it pull strongly
after 1900 rpms - turbo lag interferes
before that - but once it crosses the 1900 mark it gets very active. The
City, on the other hand manages the lag in a better way and is smooth to
pull. The cabin noise is lesser in Verna than the City.
City’s drive is much more composed than that of Verna as it stays
grounded and the weight transfer to the steering is just fine. And
comparatively the suspension of Honda is on the stiffer side but that too
inspires confidence. The road noise filters inside more in comparison to
Inside of these two are in tandem with the time but Honda seems to have an
edge as Verna’s cabin is the same as the old car. Honda’s infotainment
system gets a better touchscreen with Sat Nav, it also gets sun/moon roof
that is absent in Verna. Also, the interior space of City is far better
than that of Verna, at the rear City can comfortably accommodate a tall
person of over 6 ft height while in case of Verna it is a very tight fit.
The boot compartment of Honda might be 510 litre over Verna’s 460 litres
but the latter fits luggage more neatly.
On the price perspective both are priced very competitively, Honda City
falls in a bracket of Rs. 7.5 to 11.8 lacs while Verna falls in Rs. 7.7 to
12.1 lacs (all prices ex-showroom delhi).
Honda City will be a better choice if your preference is to give equal
luxury to every passenger as it is a better family car with more space and
comfort. And if you are a person that usually drive alone and prefer
performance over mileage and comfort you should go for Hyundai Verna.
Drag Race: 2012 Lexus LFA vs 2010 Nissan GT-R
We pit Lexus' first-ever supercar -- the $400,000 Lexus LFA -- against our
long-term Nissan GT-R to find out which one is the king of the JDMs.
Read the full story here:
Shot by: Jim Gleason
Edited by: Jim Gleason
New Honda City Vs Hyundai Verna Vs Skoda Rapid Vs VW Vento Comparison Test
Honda unveiled the fourth-generation City globally at an event in New Delhi
on November 25, 2013. The revised car was launched on January 7, 2014. The
2014 Honda City sedan retains the overall design but has got changes to
both the exterior as well as the interiors. It is also packed with a host
of new features.
The revised sedan is not a completely new product and development has taken
place in terms of a sporty and aggressive design. This is based on the
carmaker's 'Exciting H Design' philosophy which is expected to make its way
to all the upcoming cars from Honda. The changes include the modifications
to the front and rear profile of the vehicle. The revised front grille
displays a singular broad horizontal slat laden with chrome. It tapers
upwards at the edges and gets the Honda emblem in the centre. The grille
extends down to the bumper which sees another thin horizontal slat before
the air intakes. The double barrel headlamps are wider. The front bumper,
which houses the circular fog lamps with honeycomb surrounds, gets
redesigned air intakes. The bonnet has two vertical creases to channelize
The side profile of the car also exhibits the creases meant to reduce the
overall aerodynamic drag. Though the overall length of the vehicle is the
same, the wheelbase is longer. The top end variant of the car stands tall
on swept back design alloy wheels while the lower models get wheel caps
with a similar shape. A slight change can be seen on the rear bumper but
what is worth mentioning is the two-part layout of the tail lamps. The
outer part of the tail light extends into the sides of the car, while the
inner part is on the boot lid. The chrome strip running horizontally above
the licence plate slot spreads across the rear linking the lamps. The car
is tall from behind but the height is unrecognizable thanks to the
horizontal lines added to the back.
The new Honda City is being offered with two sets of engines and gearbox
options. The diesel engine is the 1.5-litre i-DTEC unit from the Amaze
sedan that churns out 98bhp and 200Nm of torque while the petrol is the
retuned version of the 1.5-litre i-VTEC unit which produces 119bhp and
145Nm of torque. The diesel is mated to a six --speed manual while the
petrol gets an option of a five-speed manual CVT gearbox.
Honda claims that the new City has the highest ARAI efficiency numbers in
the segment. The 1.5-litre i-DTEC engine is India's most efficient diesel
engine delivering an ARAI tested mileage of 26 kmpl. The petrol 1.5-litre
i-VTEC delivers fuel efficiency of 18kmpl with the CVT and 17.8kmpl with
the five-speed manual
Honda City, Fiat Linea or Hyundai Verna? - OnCars Final Opinion
A proud owner of the older generation Honda City, Makrand wants to upgrade.
His options include the current Honda City, Fiat Linea and the Hyundai
Verna. We answer his query on this episode of the OnCars Final Opinion.
Got a question about buying a new car? Then get in touch with us on
OnCars.in, or @oncarsin on twitter or on Facebook.com/OnCarsIndia with your
query and we shall try our level best to answer it on the OnCars Final
Fiat Linea vs Volkswagen Vento Comparison
This video highlights the striking Italian design of the Linea. It is
compared against the Volkswagen Vento. The comparison talks about the fact
that the elegant design is timeless and is one of the primary reasons why
the Linea is one of the best looking cars in its segment.
*Video made by auto enthusiast and produced by Oncars studios.
Honda City vs Hyundai Verna "Road Test Comparison" - AutoPortal
Our editorial team pitches the Honda City Diesel, the newcomer, vs.
old-timer the Hyundai Verna. After comparing both on design, interiors,
cabin space, features, drivability, the clear winner is...well, watch the