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Chevrolet Beat vs Hyundai i10 vs Maruti Suzuki Ritz

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Overview

Chevrolet Beat vs Hyundai i10 vs Maruti Suzuki Ritz

The earlier hatchbacks were for people who couldn’t afford a trunk but needed a vehicle. Today, cars like the newly launched Beat are statements about smart, trendy and even classy lifestyles. We test Beat the competition

Maruti Suzuki Ritz won the Golden Steering Wheel award for best small car. However, before it could enjoy this award, it had bự compete breathing down its neck in the shape of the Chevrolet Beat. Both these small cars are trendy, already big but not too expensive. In fact, so is the Hyundai i10. And so we’ve put all three together, all using modern 1.2-litre petrol engines bự help you decide which one is worth your while.

Exterior & Interior

The fun interior and silver accents help liven up the black interior. However, the quality and quality of plastic also need attention in places

Although the Ritz looks funnier inside, it’s a better car, more comfortable bự spend time with. There’s a two-tone dashboard with color-coordinated door trims and the like that make it seem more lively. The i10 also uses a two-tone interior, but the brown and beige color choice doesn’t offer much of its health benefits in Ritz’s company even though it does make the interior look spacious.

The Beat with its black interior and sturdy A and C pillars gives it the ultimate feel. Also, the choice of plastic leaves a bit bự be desired. Not so on the practical front; The Chevy has the most cup/bottle holders, smart storage space and of course, the split rear seats that actually fold and therefore offer class-leading luggage capacity. The boot space isn’t huge though.

i10 has the best built interior in this test

However, the attention bự detail on the Beat is immense. For example, the climate control system is fantastic. Being the only car here bự offer one is good enough, but then it gets ahead with an easy-to-read and stylish display for digital reading. We also love the motorcycle gauge that moves up and down with the steering column. We also don’t mind the looks of the stereo, but would have liked the sound quality better. We’ll also like the steering wheel-mounted controls and the one-touch auto up/down function for the driver’s window, both of which are available on the Ritz.

When starting bự own one of these small cars, the majority will drive these cars themselves. Needless bự say, cars then needed bự have light controls, good visibility, comfortable seats and tight revs for easy driving in the city and when parking.

Unfortunately, none of our main characters are masters of them all. The Beat features light controls including a handlebar that’s light bự operate and clear controls that make parking and changing lanes at slow speeds a breeze. It also has a light clutch but then shifting gears requires some effort as the shifting quality is both hazy and indistinct. The Chevy’s biggest downsides are seating and visibility. The former is a bit small and lacks right thigh support while the Beat’s chunky A-pillars and tall panel, not bự mention limited rear visibility, can cause some issues while negotiating through. through traffic.

The Ritz has the most beautiful interior with a black, blue, and silver color combination. Fi t and fi nish are also not bad and comparable bự i10

The i10 does well on these points. Visibility through the hood and through the A-pillar is clear, and so is the rear view. It also has great seating. This is a little less rm but support is high order. It also has a great gearshift. In fact, it is the best among small cars; it’s accurate, has a short throw and a throw that doesn’t take much effort bự execute.

Shift quality on the Ritz isn’t bad either, although it’s relatively inferior bự that of the Hyundai. But it is not easy bự drive. Visibility isn’t great and the controls, especially the steering and clutch, are heavier bự use. The Ritz, on the other hand, is a pretty livable car. The controls can be heavy, but their operability and reach are among the best. It also has the best seats in the house, both front and rear.

Engine & Gearbox

Engine beats Chevrolet

Chevrolet Beat

If luxury looks are your thing and end all the way bự buying a car, you may have set your sights on The Beat. It looks gorgeous for a small car, especially in the flesh. The tall front end, the large headlights and the two-piece grille and the Ritz’s 1.2-litre K12M engine are an all-aluminum unit that is lightweight, very efficient and effective. The latter is also courtesy of its excessive size. Chevy’s S-tec II is also a new engine, but uses an aluminum head and a cast iron block. It is relatively less refined but has a stricter note. The i10’s Kappa, like Suzuki’s, is more refined and is the nicest engine here. It’s not as efficient as ever The sloping roofline and distinct lines for the shoulders and sill give it a lovely blend of đáng yêu and racist, which puts Beat’s desire in a completely different màn chơi from Ritz and i10 .

Phệ add bự the spacious and supportive seats, the Ritz’s ride quality is another key aspect that makes it a comfortable car bự spend time in. The suspension is firm, but coupled with the right travel it gives the car a comfortable ride, especially at speeds around 60kmph and above. However, at slower speeds, there is still a slight shiver.

Hyundai i10 . engine

Hyundai i10

Beat has a softer ride quality, better steering feel at slower speeds as it absorbs everything from road joints bự bumps, even potholes. But the thiết đặt troubles started showing up as the speed increased. It has a tendency bự hit potholes and especially the rear can’t make contact with the changing road surface, giving the car a skidding feeling. The ride can also get annoyingly noisy. Overall, the Beat doesn’t score high on ride quality.

The i10’s ride is better; it’s certainly at slower speeds but manages bự deal with anomalies better at higher speeds. However, it still can’t match the Ritz in absolute power, regardless of speed or payload.

Maruti Suzuki Ritz Engine

Maruti Suzuki Ritz

The Maruti also has one of the better engines in this test. In fact, it’s a close call bự the i10’s Kappa engine and the Ritz’s Kseries engine, but the latter is far more fuel-efficient. What is clear, however, is that the STec II under the hood of Beat doesn’t fit the two either. It sounds a bit gruff by comparison. The Chevy’s engine also doesn’t spin as freely as the Maruti and Hyundai, and the fl also comes out earlier when at the top. Add bự that the shorter gears, and the Beat is left quite large in the top speed stake.

However, shorter gears also have their advantages. The Beat manages bự post a 0-100kmph run faster than the Ritz event although it’s slightly slower than the i10. It also manages roll time (a measure of a car’s drivability) better than both the Ritz and i10.

Size

Beat Chevrolet (milimet)

The Beat has more room in the front compared bự the i10, but has less seats

The Beat is divided into seats, but both the space and the trunk entrance are cramped.

Hyundai i10 (milimet)

Entrance/exit height makes getting in and out easy. Chief is also good while i10 lost due bự lack of split seats

Maruti Suzuki Ritz (milimet)

The rear seats on the Ritz are the most comfortable and the rear is also spacious. Intrusion height is also comfortable Ritz boot is the most convenient

Scorecard & Judgment

1st placeChevrolet Beat- If it’s an affordable car you want, has clear specs, and is an affordable car, pick the Beat.

TwoHyundai i10- For a long time, the i10 has been the standard small car. But today both the Ritz and the Beat make more sense.

ThreeMaruti Suzuki Ritz – Among the new generation of small cars, the Ritz still reigns supreme. It’s a package that’s hard bự compare..

Transcript

Body: The Ritz manages bự score higher for front room for two main reasons – one, it offers more shoulder and elbow room, and thanks bự its tall boy design, it also offers the most headroom. Second, in terms of boot space, a narrow loading area for the Beat mars, it’s different from a usable luggage room.

Drive: Shifting higher and going more at the top will see the Ritz register the highest top speed. Its powertrain is also most efficient both in the city and off the highway, and economy really struck the deal for the Ritz under this head’s direction. Between Beat and i10, the latter is more efficient.

Appease: Like the Spark, the Beat also has poor seating. These are small companies and lack support, especially up front. It’s ride quality, although good at slow speed, will be unstable when the speed increases more than others. It scores well in operability thanks bự better ergonomics.

Dynamics: One would expect a car with good handling that also has good steering response. Not so with the Ritz. It has the most artistic feel and heavy steering bự use here. But the i10, with its good braking and maneuverability, steals the show here.

Cost: The Beat doesn’t make up for its cons in the upper and lower parts of the cost. It’s significantly cheaper bự buy and equally well equipped. It comes with the best service and warranty of the lot. Sadly, overall, it still can’t beat the Ritz.

Identify

The Ritz retains the crown as the best small car. It’s definitely more expensive bự buy than Beat aside from the average warranty. But then it’s also a better car. However, if you’re not a fan of Maruti Suzuki, Beat is your next best bet. And it is a good buy too. The Beat looks good, has a reasonably spacious, practical cabin, and the compromise between travel and handling, although not as good as the Maruti, is still quite acceptable. The i10 fi ranks third and loses bự Beat because of its relatively steeper price.

Maruti Suzuki Ritz [2013-2017] PictureMaruti Suzuki Ritz [2013-2017]


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Overview

Earlier hatchbacks were for those who couldn’t afford bự pay for the car’s boot but needed transportation. Today, cars like the newly launched Beat are smart, trendy and even lifestyle statements. We check the Beat out against the competition

The Maruti Suzuki Ritz has won The Golden Steering Wheel for the best small car. But, before it can relish this accolade, it has competition breathing down its neck in the shape of the Chevrolet Beat. Both these small cars are trendy, grown up but not devastatingly expensive. So is the Hyundai i10, in fact. And therefore we have brought the three together, all with 1.2-litre modern petrol engines bự help you decide which one is worth your while.Exterior & Interior

Interiors are funky and the silver accents help liven up the black insides. The fi t and fi nish and quality of plastics need attention at places though

The Ritz though is funkier looking on the inside, besides being a better, more comfortable car bự spend time in. Having a two-tone dashboard with colour coordinated door rims and the like make it seem more alive. The i10 too uses a two-tone interior, but the choice of brown and beige doesn’t do much for its wellness in the Ritz’s company even though it does make the insides look roomy.

The Beat with its black insides and chunky A- and C-pillars feels the gloomiest. Also the choice of plastics leaves a little bự be desired. Not so on the practicality front; the Chevy has the most number of cup/bottleholders, intelligent stowage spaces and of course, split rear seats that actually fold fl at and therefore offer class leading luggage loading fl exibility. Boot space though isn’t great.

i10 has the best built interiors in this test

The attention bự detail on the Beat however is great. The climate control system, for instance, is fantastic. Being the only car hereto offer one is good enough, but then it tops it up with an easy bự read and stylish display for the digital readout. We also love the motorcycle type instrumentation which moves up and down along with the steering column. We don’t mind the looks of the stereo either but would have preferred better sound quality. We would have also liked steering mounted controls and a one-touch auto up/down function for the driver side window, both of which are present on the Ritz.

When it gets down bự owning one of these small cars, the majority would be driving these cars themselves. Needless bự say, the cars then need bự have light controls, good visibility, comfortable seats and a tight turning circle for both ease of driving in the city and for parking.
Unfortunately none of our protagonists are masters of all. The Beat has light controls including the steering which is both light bự operate and decently direct that makes parking and slow speed lane changes easy. It also has a light clutch but then the gearshifts require some effort as the shift quality is both vague and notchy. The Chevy’s biggest downsides are its seats and visibility. The former are a tad small and lack the right thigh support while the Beat’s chunky A-pillars and a high dashboard, not bự mention limited rear visibility, can cause some problems while negotiating through traffic.

The Ritz has the best looking insides with a black, blue and silver combo. The fi t and fi nish isn’t bad either and is comparable bự the i10

The i10 does well on these counts. The view over the hood and via the A-pillar is clear and so is the rear visibility. It has great seats too. These are a tad fi rm but support is of high order. It also has a superb gearshift. In fact it is the best among small cars; it’s precise, has a short throw and one that doesn’t require much effort bự slot in.

Shift quality on the Ritz isn’t bad either, even though it is comparatively notchier than the Hyundai. But it isn’t as easy bự drive. Visibility isn’t as good, and the controls, particularly the steering and the clutch in comparison are heavier bự use. Otherwise, the Ritz is a pretty easy car bự live with. The controls might be heavy, but their operability as well as reach is one of the best. It also has the best seats in the house, both front and back.Engine & GearboxChevrolet Beat

If chic looks is your be and end all condition for buying a car, you might have already set your sights on the Beat. It looks stunning for a small car, especially in the flesh. The tall front, the large headlamps and a yawning two-piece grille along with the Ritz’s 1.2-litre K12M engine is an all-aluminium unit which is light, very efficient and rev happy. The latter is also courtesy its oversquare dimensions. The Chevy’s S-tec II is a new engine as well, but uses an aluminium head and a cast iron block. It’s comparatively less refined but has a throatier note. The i10’s Kappa, like the Suzuki’s, is more refined and is the peppiest engine here. It isn’t as efficient how ever Sloping down roof line and pronounced lines for the shoulder and the door sill give it a lovely blend of cuteness and raciness which puts the desirability of the Beat at a different màn chơi altogether compared bự the Ritz and the i10.
Phệ add bự the roomy and supportive seats, the Ritz’s ride quality is another important facet which makes it a comfortable car bự spend time in. The suspension is on the firm side, but along with adequate travel, it gives the car a pliant ride, especially at speeds of about 60kmph and over. At slower speeds, there’s a bit of shudder that creeps in, though.
Hyundai i10

The Beat with its softer ride quality feels plusher at slower speeds as it goes about absorbing everything from road joints bự bumps bự even potholes with authority. But the chinks in the thiết đặt begin bự show as the speeds climb. It tends bự crash into potholes and the rear in particular fails bự keep touch with the changing road surface, leaving the car feeling skittish. The ride can also get irritatingly noisy. Overall then, the Beat doesn’t score very well on ride quality.
The i10’s ride is better; it is firm at slower speeds but manages bự iron out irregularities better at higher speeds. However, it still can’t match the Ritz for sheer pliancy, no matter the speed or load.
Maruti Suzuki Ritz

The Maruti also has one of the better engines in this test. Actually, it’s a close call betweenthe i10’s Kappa and the Ritz’s Kseries engines, but the latter is a lot more fuel efficient. What’s clear though, is that the STec II under the Beat’s hood is no match for either. It sounds a tad gruff in comparison. The Chevy’s engine is also not as miễn phí revving as the Maruti’s and the Hyundai’s and fl attens out sooner at thetop as well. Add bự it the shorter gearing, and the Beat gets left behind quite sizably in the top speed stakes.
However, the shorter gearing has its pros. The Beat manages bự post a quicker 0-100kmph run than the Ritz eventhough it is slightly slower than the i10. It also manages better roll-on times (a measure of a car’s driveability) than both the Ritz and the i10.Dimensions
Chevrolet Beat (milimet)

The Beat has more room in the front compared bự the i10, but has poor seats

The Beat gets split seats, but both the space and the entry bự the boot is cramped.

Hyundai i10 (milimet)

Ingress/egress height makes getting in and out easy. Head room is good too

while the i10 loses out for the lack of split seats

Maruti Suzuki Ritz (milimet)

Rear seats on the Ritz are the most comfortable and the rear is spacious too. Ingress height is comfortable too

Ritz’s boot is the most usabl

Scorecard & Verdict

Chevrolet Beat- If it’s an affordable car you want that’s decently spec-ed and is a reasonably good drive, pick the Beat.

Hyundai i10- For long the i10 was the benchmark small car. But today both the Ritz and the Beat make more sense.

Maruti Suzuki Ritz – Among the new generation small cars, the Ritz still reigns supreme. It’s a package that’s hard bự match..

Scorecard
Body: The Ritz manages bự score higher for front room for two main reasons – one, it offers more shoulder and elbow room and thanks bự its tall boy design, it also offers the most head room. Two, in terms of boot space, a narrow loading area for the Beat mars it’s otherwise fl exible luggage room.
Drive: Taller gearing and more go at the top sees the Ritz register the highest top speed. Its drivetrain is also the most effi cient both in the city and out on the highways and the economy really seals the deal for the Ritz under this head. Between the Beat and the i10, the latter is more efficient.
Comfort: Like the Spark, the Beat too suffers from poor seats. These are small and lack support, particularly at the front. It’s ride quality, though good at slow speeds, gets unsettled as speeds rise more than the others. It scores high for operability thanks bự better ergonomics.
Dynamics: One would expect a good handling car bự have good steering response too. Not so with the Ritz. It has the most artifi cial feeling and heavy-to-use steering here. But the i10, with good braking and manoeuvrability, steals the show here.
Cost: The Beat does offset its disadvantage in the above sections under cost. It is significantly cheaper bự buy and is equally well equipped. It comes with the best warranty and service package of the lot. Sadly, it still can’t beat the Ritz, overall.
Verdict
The Ritz retains its crown as the best small car. Sure, it is more expensive bự buy than the Beat, besides having only an average warranty. But then it’s also a better car. However, if you aren’t a Maruti Suzuki fan, the Beat is your next best option. And it is a good buy too. The Beat looks nice, has a practical cabin, is reasonably roomy and the ride and handling compromise though not as good as the Maruti’s, is still pretty acceptable. The i10 fi nishes third and loses out bự the Beat because of its comparatively steeper pricing.

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Overview

Earlier hatchbacks were for those who couldn’t afford bự pay for the car’s boot but needed transportation. Today, cars like the newly launched Beat are smart, trendy and even lifestyle statements. We check the Beat out against the competition

The Maruti Suzuki Ritz has won The Golden Steering Wheel for the best small car. But, before it can relish this accolade, it has competition breathing down its neck in the shape of the Chevrolet Beat. Both these small cars are trendy, grown up but not devastatingly expensive. So is the Hyundai i10, in fact. And therefore we have brought the three together, all with 1.2-litre modern petrol engines bự help you decide which one is worth your while.Exterior & Interior

Interiors are funky and the silver accents help liven up the black insides. The fi t and fi nish and quality of plastics need attention at places though

The Ritz though is funkier looking on the inside, besides being a better, more comfortable car bự spend time in. Having a two-tone dashboard with colour coordinated door rims and the like make it seem more alive. The i10 too uses a two-tone interior, but the choice of brown and beige doesn’t do much for its wellness in the Ritz’s company even though it does make the insides look roomy.

The Beat with its black insides and chunky A- and C-pillars feels the gloomiest. Also the choice of plastics leaves a little bự be desired. Not so on the practicality front; the Chevy has the most number of cup/bottleholders, intelligent stowage spaces and of course, split rear seats that actually fold fl at and therefore offer class leading luggage loading fl exibility. Boot space though isn’t great.

i10 has the best built interiors in this test

The attention bự detail on the Beat however is great. The climate control system, for instance, is fantastic. Being the only car hereto offer one is good enough, but then it tops it up with an easy bự read and stylish display for the digital readout. We also love the motorcycle type instrumentation which moves up and down along with the steering column. We don’t mind the looks of the stereo either but would have preferred better sound quality. We would have also liked steering mounted controls and a one-touch auto up/down function for the driver side window, both of which are present on the Ritz.

When it gets down bự owning one of these small cars, the majority would be driving these cars themselves. Needless bự say, the cars then need bự have light controls, good visibility, comfortable seats and a tight turning circle for both ease of driving in the city and for parking.
Unfortunately none of our protagonists are masters of all. The Beat has light controls including the steering which is both light bự operate and decently direct that makes parking and slow speed lane changes easy. It also has a light clutch but then the gearshifts require some effort as the shift quality is both vague and notchy. The Chevy’s biggest downsides are its seats and visibility. The former are a tad small and lack the right thigh support while the Beat’s chunky A-pillars and a high dashboard, not bự mention limited rear visibility, can cause some problems while negotiating through traffic.

The Ritz has the best looking insides with a black, blue and silver combo. The fi t and fi nish isn’t bad either and is comparable bự the i10

The i10 does well on these counts. The view over the hood and via the A-pillar is clear and so is the rear visibility. It has great seats too. These are a tad fi rm but support is of high order. It also has a superb gearshift. In fact it is the best among small cars; it’s precise, has a short throw and one that doesn’t require much effort bự slot in.

Shift quality on the Ritz isn’t bad either, even though it is comparatively notchier than the Hyundai. But it isn’t as easy bự drive. Visibility isn’t as good, and the controls, particularly the steering and the clutch in comparison are heavier bự use. Otherwise, the Ritz is a pretty easy car bự live with. The controls might be heavy, but their operability as well as reach is one of the best. It also has the best seats in the house, both front and back.Engine & GearboxChevrolet Beat

If chic looks is your be and end all condition for buying a car, you might have already set your sights on the Beat. It looks stunning for a small car, especially in the flesh. The tall front, the large headlamps and a yawning two-piece grille along with the Ritz’s 1.2-litre K12M engine is an all-aluminium unit which is light, very efficient and rev happy. The latter is also courtesy its oversquare dimensions. The Chevy’s S-tec II is a new engine as well, but uses an aluminium head and a cast iron block. It’s comparatively less refined but has a throatier note. The i10’s Kappa, like the Suzuki’s, is more refined and is the peppiest engine here. It isn’t as efficient how ever Sloping down roof line and pronounced lines for the shoulder and the door sill give it a lovely blend of cuteness and raciness which puts the desirability of the Beat at a different màn chơi altogether compared bự the Ritz and the i10.
Phệ add bự the roomy and supportive seats, the Ritz’s ride quality is another important facet which makes it a comfortable car bự spend time in. The suspension is on the firm side, but along with adequate travel, it gives the car a pliant ride, especially at speeds of about 60kmph and over. At slower speeds, there’s a bit of shudder that creeps in, though.
Hyundai i10

The Beat with its softer ride quality feels plusher at slower speeds as it goes about absorbing everything from road joints bự bumps bự even potholes with authority. But the chinks in the thiết đặt begin bự show as the speeds climb. It tends bự crash into potholes and the rear in particular fails bự keep touch with the changing road surface, leaving the car feeling skittish. The ride can also get irritatingly noisy. Overall then, the Beat doesn’t score very well on ride quality.
The i10’s ride is better; it is firm at slower speeds but manages bự iron out irregularities better at higher speeds. However, it still can’t match the Ritz for sheer pliancy, no matter the speed or load.
Maruti Suzuki Ritz

The Maruti also has one of the better engines in this test. Actually, it’s a close call betweenthe i10’s Kappa and the Ritz’s Kseries engines, but the latter is a lot more fuel efficient. What’s clear though, is that the STec II under the Beat’s hood is no match for either. It sounds a tad gruff in comparison. The Chevy’s engine is also not as miễn phí revving as the Maruti’s and the Hyundai’s and fl attens out sooner at thetop as well. Add bự it the shorter gearing, and the Beat gets left behind quite sizably in the top speed stakes.
However, the shorter gearing has its pros. The Beat manages bự post a quicker 0-100kmph run than the Ritz eventhough it is slightly slower than the i10. It also manages better roll-on times (a measure of a car’s driveability) than both the Ritz and the i10.Dimensions
Chevrolet Beat (milimet)

The Beat has more room in the front compared bự the i10, but has poor seats

The Beat gets split seats, but both the space and the entry bự the boot is cramped.

Hyundai i10 (milimet)

Ingress/egress height makes getting in and out easy. Head room is good too

while the i10 loses out for the lack of split seats

Maruti Suzuki Ritz (milimet)

Rear seats on the Ritz are the most comfortable and the rear is spacious too. Ingress height is comfortable too

Ritz’s boot is the most usabl

Scorecard & Verdict

Chevrolet Beat- If it’s an affordable car you want that’s decently spec-ed and is a reasonably good drive, pick the Beat.

Hyundai i10- For long the i10 was the benchmark small car. But today both the Ritz and the Beat make more sense.

Maruti Suzuki Ritz – Among the new generation small cars, the Ritz still reigns supreme. It’s a package that’s hard bự match..

Scorecard
Body: The Ritz manages bự score higher for front room for two main reasons – one, it offers more shoulder and elbow room and thanks bự its tall boy design, it also offers the most head room. Two, in terms of boot space, a narrow loading area for the Beat mars it’s otherwise fl exible luggage room.
Drive: Taller gearing and more go at the top sees the Ritz register the highest top speed. Its drivetrain is also the most effi cient both in the city and out on the highways and the economy really seals the deal for the Ritz under this head. Between the Beat and the i10, the latter is more efficient.
Comfort: Like the Spark, the Beat too suffers from poor seats. These are small and lack support, particularly at the front. It’s ride quality, though good at slow speeds, gets unsettled as speeds rise more than the others. It scores high for operability thanks bự better ergonomics.
Dynamics: One would expect a good handling car bự have good steering response too. Not so with the Ritz. It has the most artifi cial feeling and heavy-to-use steering here. But the i10, with good braking and manoeuvrability, steals the show here.
Cost: The Beat does offset its disadvantage in the above sections under cost. It is significantly cheaper bự buy and is equally well equipped. It comes with the best warranty and service package of the lot. Sadly, it still can’t beat the Ritz, overall.
Verdict
The Ritz retains its crown as the best small car. Sure, it is more expensive bự buy than the Beat, besides having only an average warranty. But then it’s also a better car. However, if you aren’t a Maruti Suzuki fan, the Beat is your next best option. And it is a good buy too. The Beat looks nice, has a practical cabin, is reasonably roomy and the ride and handling compromise though not as good as the Maruti’s, is still pretty acceptable. The i10 fi nishes third and loses out bự the Beat because of its comparatively steeper pricing.

 Maruti Suzuki Ritz [2013-2017]

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