Dear All, I will keep updating further observations and experience. As of the 50 kms I have driven it, here are my thoughts.
First thing I loved is the driving position and visibility, the next thing was I tried Brake Hold before going on road: and its an amazing feature. The driving visibility is great at the front.
Now coming to the drive. Haven't floored it yet but the response of CVT is good. I personally felt it better than other cars with CVT I have experienced earlier. The EPS is better than 9th Gen but still not at par with HPS in 8th Gen.
The first driving impression felt very wierd and horrible with car swaying, bouncing and floating here and there with steering movement. Felt a doubt at tyre pressure and I was right. It was 60-35-40-50 different in all tyres and after setting it right, everything about the drive changed. The experience turned into a good one.
Quality wise I haven't closely seen the dashboard yet. But welds have improved. All doors poshish is fine except for one passenger front door where stitching line looks dingi terhi.
The rear screen visibility is not so good, it has been squeezed. And I wish the seats were a bit more soft. Have not fiddled with the Dvd/Navi system much yet but response is good. The front camera could have been better. Audio quality is acceptable.
Will keep posting more with time and experience. Overall it's a much better car than 9th Gen but man, I miss the iMid.
And the most important thing: BG Luxo is noisy and hard. Not as noisy at the moment as Euro but the new Euro also have less noise. BG seem to have the same noise and hardness potential after some time and mileage. They will turn out to be as wierd as Eurostars. So at my earliest I will be switching tyres to Advan Db