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  1. Siddharth Rege
  2. Second Hand Cars
  3. Wednesday, August 14 2019
I have a query about my 2 vehicles.

1. I have purchased a Hyundai Verna 1.6 SX(O) petrol in 2015.The vehicle has run already 28000 kms and servicing done as per the the schedule. I am currently getting an average about 8-9.

2.Also i have purchased a grand i10 Magna petrol 4 speed automatic in 2015 with a running now of 20000 kms and an average of 9.

Do you think i should keep both vehicles or sell them. Please suggest.
Admin Accepted Answer

Depends, if you need automatic cars with best fuel efficiency should rather check out CVT Automatic one
> Honda Amaze, City in Sedan
> Honda Jazz, Maruti Baleno in Hatchback segment

are popular cars with CVT and can end up delivering superior mileage if driven in sedate comfortable ride
Else with Torque converter anything around 10 Kmpl is what attained in most of the cars

Hope should help !!

  1. one week ago
  2. Second Hand Cars
  3. # 1
Siddharth Rege Accepted Answer
Thank you sir four your prompt response. Really appreciate it.

When according to you is the best time to sell ones vehicle.

Siddharth Rege Accepted Answer
I live in Pune city and currently using a Grand i10 Magna petrol automatic purchased in June 2016. The car variant only has 1 driver seat airbag and ABS or EBD. Since the vehicle does not have safety features do you still feel its important to continue with a car which has no safety in them in the present scenario

Please suggest.

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