Civic Rival In The Cost of Suzuki Cultus

Civic Rival In The Cost of Suzuki Cultus

The Chinese auto market has been expanding rapidly over the past few years, with both domestic and international automakers vying for a piece of the pie. The Arrizo 5 GT is one of the latest offerings from Chinese automaker Chery, aimed squarely at the Honda Civic, one of the world’s most popular sedans. Here, we’ll take a closer look at the Arrizo 5 GT and how it stacks up against the Honda Civic.

Design and design

The Chery Arrizo 5 GT has a bold, aggressive design with sharp creases – rivaling the likes of the Lexus IS. The front fascia comes with a massive ‘spindle grill’, a short, smooth nose with a grille pattern and a stylish set of LED headlights. The front profile is reminiscent of the Lexus IS, with its powerful fenders and bold styling cues.

The car’s interior stands toe-to-toe with any modern high-end car – large infotainment screen and driver display.

performance and engine

Under the hood, the Chery Arrizo 5 GT is powered by a 1.6-liter four-cylinder turbocharged engine that produces 197 horsepower and 290 Nm of torque. The engine is mated to a 7-speed DCT automatic gearbox that enables the car to reach 0-100 km/h in just 6 seconds.

Another variant of the Arrizo 5 has a 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine that produces 154 horsepower and 230 Nm of torque.

Price and value

Chery Arrizo 5 GT is competitively priced in the Chinese market, ranging from ₹3.4m to ₹4.2m. This makes it much cheaper than the Honda Civic.

However, it should be noted that the Honda Civic has a solid reputation for quality and reliability, which may make it a more attractive option for many buyers. Chery Arrizo 5 GT is still a relative newcomer to the market, and its long-term reliability and durability are still unknown.

Overall, Chery Arrizo 5 GT is a promising new entry in the competitive Chinese auto market. Its bold design, sporty performance, and attractive price tag make it a must-have

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