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    Default vitz or swift?

    hi guys
    i want to buy a new car.Is vitz better or new swift better ?.i want to run the car on petrol so suggestion needed for that.


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    Default Vitz Vs swift

    I am driving Vitz 1.0L from the last 2 years. Its fuel consumption after oil/spark plugs/filter replacement was 9-10 km/L in city and 14-15 km/L on Motorway at 105 kph. If i drive it at 120 kph the fuel average falls to 12-13 Km/L with AC. I also use a mixture of 30% High Octane with 70% supreme. I am also having a Honda Civic 1.8L Oriel prosmatec and their is hardly any difference in fuel consumption as compared to Vitz. I drove a friends Suzuki Swift and except Auto Transmission I found all its features better than Vitz. Swift engine was noiseless as Vitz is having all sorts of engine noises. My AC Card of vitz got burnt and i bought a 2nd hand from Sultan Khu at 18000 rupees. Vitz is more expensive than reborn that is for sure. Vitz are old reconditioned cars with mileage changed a new car is always better. My vote for "SWIFT"

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    vitz is better than swift.. so i give u a dissiuon to buy vitz

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    Quote Originally Posted by biblo3222 View Post
    I am driving Vitz 1.0L from the last 2 years. Its fuel consumption after oil/spark plugs/filter replacement was 9-10 km/L in city and 14-15 km/L on Motorway at 105 kph. If i drive it at 120 kph the fuel average falls to 12-13 Km/L with AC. I also use a mixture of 30% High Octane with 70% supreme. I am also having a Honda Civic 1.8L Oriel prosmatec and their is hardly any difference in fuel consumption as compared to Vitz. I drove a friends Suzuki Swift and except Auto Transmission I found all its features better than Vitz. Swift engine was noiseless as Vitz is having all sorts of engine noises. My AC Card of vitz got burnt and i bought a 2nd hand from Sultan Khu at 18000 rupees. Vitz is more expensive than reborn that is for sure. Vitz are old reconditioned cars with mileage changed a new car is always better. My vote for "SWIFT"
    every vitz is different from other as they are reconditioned. It seems like you got one bad piece
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    well wt are ur preferences?
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    Quote Originally Posted by fadijaved View Post
    zeeerooo pik for vitz

    and imagine 10 lac worth car having just 3 cylinders!!!!!!!!!!!

    swift and liana engine are not same ..... more over most of the parts of swift are direct from japan

    still it is only being assembled in pak.........
    Are you sure the engines are not the same? I'm just asking because I heard that Pakistan assembles cars, therefore even Liana parts would be imported, like Swift.

    Please help me understand.

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