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Toyota aqua 2012 vs Honda fit gp1


Prabasha
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I'm planning to buy a car around 3.7 million so i decided to go with either toyota aqua 2012 or honda fit gp1 2012 what is the best car for my budget ?

I'm considering fuel efficiency and resale value 

Currently driving a Honda civic ek3 1995 non vtec JDM

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Ex fit gp1 owner. I would go for an Aqua over fit gp1.

Fit handling is better than aqua

12-13kmpl in colombo.

22kmpl on cruise control highway

Back seats are uncomfortable

Stiff suspension you feel every pot hole.

Looks much better than aqua.

 

Rented Aqua for 3 days

Aqua is soft on steering

Better on fuel

Soft suspension

Back seats better than Fit

Looks like a frog?

 

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Comfort - fit

Economical -aqua

Aqua- city 17-18kml- highway 28-30kml

Fit    - city15-16kml- highway25-28kml

Handling- fit

Spacious -fit

Reselling value - aqua.

Reliability -i think aqua, 

Interior - fit

I would choose  fit over aqua because it has different  trim levels like navi premium, paddle shift,and good interior

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On 5/12/2017 at 11:47 AM, Prabasha said:

I'm planning to buy a car around 3.7 million so i decided to go with either toyota aqua 2012 or honda fit gp1 2012 what is the best car for my budget ?

I'm considering fuel efficiency and resale value 

Currently driving a Honda civic ek3 1995 non vtec JDM

If you're considering only fuel efficiency and resale value then you have to select the aqua ,having HSD (as opposed to Honda's IMA  ) being very fuel efficient and the resale value due to the Sri Lankan Toyota obsession. 

The Fit is of course more of an all-round car with tons of space.  Fuel efficiency wise it would do around 13-14 KMPL in heavy colombo traffic. In outstations it will do a lot more based on driving style I got around 25 KMPL driving from Kurunegala to JaEla recently. 

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Have driven both.Have been a passenger in both.Not much of a difference in comfort,but Aqua is better.Aqua is smooth and a bit more powerful.Fuel economy goes to Aqua.Options,interior,looks goes to Fit.

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