+1 ... i shifted from mehran so the goodies were a plus point for attaction not to mention in approx. 2.5lacs less amount.
Personaly speaking, back seat space is almost equal to city space (city has abit more approx. 2-3inches which i felt as my colegue in office bought city aspire n i bought swift) as i checked both cars personally while sitting at the back with driver seat at max. back position (Both City and Swift). I could sit easily n comfortably in swift at the back with the seat @full back position. My brother owns a cultus, i checked that also n the feeling was the same, nothing too much noticable difference in either cultus or city.
Drive wise, i really enjoyed the driving and acceleration and brakes response. suspension yes i felt it a bit hard but many ppl here swift owners or no owners stated that its the same in city as well and its something like secret behind the sporty feeling and sharp cornering etc etc.
Overall, IMO i really loved the car and may b would hv loved city more if i were to buy that, but one needs to keep one's requirements and budget in mind while buying and swift was fulfilling my requirements and was within budget with more features and goodies etc ... not to mention immobilizer should be a must in pakistan. I went to honda dealer to consider it for buying n what was disheartening for me was city dont come with immobilizer, not even aspire model. I asked the dealer that atleast city aspire has immobilizer, right? and his answer to me was "Well if you want immobilizer, buy Civic" :o ... that was for me hilarious as well as disheartening that a person spends 17lacs and there is no feature of security anti-theft in consideration by Honda. How would you feel if you parked ur car n come back only to find ur 17lacs city is stolen?? (God forbid and keep everyone safe). Atleast, for me, immobilizer feature was a priority concern when investing my hard earned money .... guess u got my point ...