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I#8217;m for a car to drive mostly in the city and on the highway. My priorities are driving luxury and good resale as I intend to keep the car for about years. I can#8217;t decide the facelifted Mercedes-Benz E 250 CDI and the Jaguar XF 2.2

Sanil Mutneja

The XF diesel, its age, still has a special The Jag#8217;s styling and interiors are and the 2.2 diesel engine is quite too. However, when it to resale value, the E-class, has just been updated, give you a better return.

Also, over a three-year we expect the Mercedes to be more

What are the best options an automatic transmission in the hatchback, saloon and compact SUV segment?

Pai

You have a much wider of cars with automatic available now. However, if you are for a diesel vehicle, there is available below or cheaper the Hyundai Verna diesel. if you are happy to stick to a petrol then your choice from the Hyundai i10 auto to the launched Vento TSI auto.

If we were to pick a few automatic they would be the Honda Nissan Micra CVT, Sunny/Renault Scala, Ford AT, VW Polo GT TSI, Vento TSI and the diesel.

I plan to buy an SUV that not more than Rs. 15 lakh. My include long distance good resale value, good service network, low cost and affordable spare

I have shortlisted the Toyota and the Mahindra XUV500.

Vaisakh

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The has earned a strong reputation for its and comfort on long distances. The quality is good and it feels on the highway. Toyota spare are more expensive than but in the long run the Toyota is likely to be reliable, requiring less

In terms of drivability, the Innova quite responsive though the feels much quicker its outright performance.

The Innova has overpriced over the years and offer the same bang for buck as the XUV500. However, the resale is excellent and that in some measure for the high

We think you should go in for the Innova.

What is the best SUV to opt for in the Rs 60 lakh Rs. 70 lakh price range? I narrowed down my search to the Rover Evoque, Audi Q7 and ML-class. Please guide.

All three SUVs are quite so it really depends on what you are for. The Evoque makes a statement and feels very with its sleek shape and executed interiors. The Audi Q7 is a bit old now but still a very competent and quite spacious #8212; the Q7 is the one to have a third row of seats.

The ML 250 is in demand and you can go in for it.

It may not have the style of the or the size of the Q7 but it is well-made, offers a ride and is refined. The ML250 is too.

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