Hyundai Verna Vs Honda City – The combat of country’s most popular sedans
Hyundai Verna Vs Honda City – The Combat of Country’s Most Popular Sedans. Hyundai Verna and Honda City are two most popular sedans in the Indian auto-market. It is very tough to decide amongst the two because both the cars have some or the other advantage to consider.
Hyundai Verna and Honda City are two most popular sedans in the Indian auto-market. It is very tough to decide amongst the two because both the cars have some or the other advantage to consider. As far as, the maintenance and service network is concerned, Hyundai stands as the first priority brand, however performance wise and in terms of efficiency Honda has always been the first choice of sedan enthusiasts. Let us have detailed comparison of both these impressive cars to know them in detail.
The exteriors of Hyundai Verna are inspired from its Fludic Sculpture philosophy. Sportiness is carried throughout the profile with its larger headlights, radiator grilles, alloy wheels, flowing body lines, twin exhausts, awe-inspiring tail lights and sporty ORVMs. Currently, this car is offered in six exciting colours - Carbon Grey, Sleek Silver, Crystal White, Phantom Black, Stone Beige and Purple Fantasia.
Honda City is nowhere behind in terms of looks. It gets the refreshed avatar in its latest generation that exhibits its adorable design, innovative crafting and polished surface. Onlookers will really appreciate its ‘arrow head’ facia that is composed of its Revamped headlamps, fog lights, chrome grille and ORVMs with Turn Blinkers. Moreover, other features like side creases, chrome door handles and alloy wheels make it more appealing and contemporary. Like the Verna Fluidic, the City is also offered in six colour schemes i.e. Golden Brown Metallic, Urban Titanium Metallic, Crystal Black Pearl, Alabaster Silver Metallic, Carnelian Red and Taffeta White.
Coming to the inside, the Verna gets fresh interiors in light shade. The dashboard is made up of high quality and the seats are covered with premium leather upholstery (top end variants only). There is nothing complicated in the instrument cluster and it operates multiple gadgetry stuff. For proper visibility, the company has offered height adjustable driver’s seat and for storage plenty of pockets and compartments are been offered. Moreover, five occupants can sit comfortably as there is no shortage of leg-room, head-room or shoulder width.
In comparison, the City also comes blessed with capacious cabins that look graceful and luxurious. The 2600 mm long wheel space allows the occupants to stretch their legs comfortably and sufficient width solves the problem of compact shoulder space. Besides, the car is offered with the new glossy dashboard that catches the attention the moment you step inside. Moreover, the premium feel is further raised by the leather upholstery offered in the top end variants.
Hyundai Verna is offered in 1.4 Litre petrol, 1.4 Litre diesel, 1.6 Litre petrol and 1.6 Litre diesel engine options. Its 1.4 L VTVT petrol engine churns peak power of 107 PS at 6300 rpm and peak torque of 135 Nm at 5000 rpm, while its 1.4 L CRDi diesel engine tosses maximum power of 90 PS at 4000 rpm and maximum torque of 220 Nm at 2750 rpm. In addition, its 1.6 L VTVT petrol mill produces top power of 121 PS at 6300 rpm and top torque of 260 Nm at 1900 rpm, while its 1.6 L CRDi diesel motor churns maximum power of 128 PS at 4000 rpm and maximum torque of 260 at 2750 rpm.
In contrary, Honda City is offered in just two engine options – 1.5 L i-VTEC petrol and 1.5 L i-DTEC diesel. Its 1.5 L i-VTEC petrol motor churns out maximum power of 119 PS at 3600 rpm and maximum torque of 145 Nm at 4600 rpm, whereas the 1.5 L i-DTEC diesel engine tosses peak power of 100 PS at 3600 rpm and maximum torque of 200 Nm at 1750 rpm.
Hyundai Verna is blessed with most innovative features that include Driver frontal airbag, ABS with EBD, Parking sensors with Rear view camera, Power Steering, Power Windows, Remote Control Central Locking, Leather/Fabric Seats, Height adjustable driver’s seat, Music system with USB + AUX – IN Support, Fully automatic climate control, Alloy wheels, Multi-functioning steering wheel and Bluetooth Connectivity.
On the other hand, the City also comes loaded with wide range of exciting features i.e. Dual front airbags, Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) with Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD), Sun-roof, Alloy wheels, Power Adjustable ORVMs, Power Windows, Power Steering, Rear Parking Sensors with Camera, Central Locking, Leather/Fabric Upholstery, Multi-functioning steering wheel, Height adjustable driver’s seat, Fully automatic climate control, CVT transmission option (petrol variant only), Music system with USB + AUX – IN Support and Cruise control.
As far as the fuel efficiency is concerned, the 1.4 Litre VTVT petrol engine of this car delivers mileage of 14.21 kmpl in city and 17.43 kmpl on highways, while its 1.4 LitreCRDi diesel engine delivers 19.6 kmpl in city conditions and 23.5 kmpl on highways. In addition, the high displacement 1.6 L VTVT petrol motor of this sedan delivers 14 kmpl in city conditions and 17.01 kmpl on highways, while the diesel 1.6 L CRDi motor returns fuel economy of 19.16 kmpl in city and 22.32 kmpl on highways.
Comparatively, Honda’s 1.5 L i-VTEC petrol enginedelivers mileage of 14.3 kmpl in city and 17.3 kmpl on highways while the 1.5 L i-DTEC diesel engine delivers mileage of kmpl in 22.6 kmpl in city conditions and 24.2 kmpl on highways. If you are looking for new bikes visit bikeportal.in