Saturday, April 14, 2012

Skoda Superb Vs Volkswagen Passat

Which one of them is better? tough call...! 
This is one of the toughest comparisons as both Skoda Superb as well as Volkswagen Passat is blessed with the best of everything. All the aspects of both these cars are flawless, but still there has to be a better one among them. Skoda Superb is the perfect combination of design and luxury with plush interiors and loaded to the gills, which can be seen in the Skoda Superb pictures. The Skoda Superb price is starting at Rs. 18.47 lakh, ex-showroom Delhi. It has three engine options of 1.8 litre petrol car motor that is offered in automatic and manual variants. The other engine is a 2.0 litre diesel mill, while there is another dominant 3.6 litre petrol engine to choose from as stated in a Skoda Superb review. This sedan car will now be now offered in a low cost trim called as Skoda Superb Ambition and is expected to be launched in this month in the Indian car market.
On the other hand the Volkswagen Passat boasts of performance, safety and other brilliant features. The Volkswagen Passat pictures reveal the magnificent body line with a majestic front fascia. This sedan is one of the most attractive vehicles from the Volkswagen Cars in India. It is equipped with a 1.8 litre petrol engine, while the diesel version is fitted with a 2.0 litre TDi motor with a 6-speed manual transmission gear box and 4 cylinders as stated in a Volkswagen Passat review. The Volkswagen Passat price in India is starting at Rs. 22.05 lakh, ex-showroom New Delhi.
With so many other sophisticated and advanced features that are equipped in both these premium sedans, it has become painstakingly difficult to pronounce which of these sedans takes the cake. In the meanwhile, Maruti India has launched their brand new MPV, Maruti Ertiga in the lucrative Indian car market. The Maruti Ertiga price is starting at Rs. 5.89 lakh, ex-showroom Delhi for the base variant in petrol. I recently shared Volkswagen India rolling up their sleeves and Upcoming cars in India to keep the markets busy.

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