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Buying Chevrolet Aveo U-VA or Maruti Swift

Updated on March 12, 2011

Today, a visitor on one of my car hub named Har asked me “Which car should I buy from Swift LXi and U-VA 1.2. I love U-VA interiors and Swift's performance, so confused still. You suggest please. So I thought to give him the answer right away but then thought that why not publish a new article so that other Indian car lovers can get benefit from it, so here is my answer:

Hi Har, the best way to compare both Swift and Chevy Aveo U-VA or any other car is to test drive them and see what meets your requirements, but then also I am providing some advantages and disadvantages of both these cars so that these can help you in comparing and buying a new car of choice.

Advantages of buying Maruti Swift:

  • Good power.
  • Fuel economy (10-15 km per liter) okay.
  • Good looks.
  • Slick, precise gear shift.
  • Low cost of ownership.
  • Amazing Maruti service network
  • Good resale price.
  • Sporty interiors.
  • Good service network.

Disadvantages of buying Maruti Swift:

  • Rattling sounds (might have been solved in recent production batches like in K-series engine Swift).
  • Stiff suspension (not that comfortable).
  • Bad metal quality.
  • Too common these days.

Advantages of buying Chevrolet Aveo U-VA

  • Fuel economy (10-15 km per liter) okay.
  • Good looks.
  • Very good ride comfort.
  • Attractive and expensive interiors.
  • Super smooth engine.
  • Good quality fittings and metal.
  • Not that common on roads, so you may have some eyes turned on it.

Disadvantages of buying Chevrolet Aveo U-VA

  • Poor service network.
  • Expensive spare parts.
  • Gear shift is rough.
  • Low resale value.
  • Not as powerful as Swift.
  • On road cost almost as much as Swift (not worth, since it is a low powered car).

Maruti Swift
Maruti Swift
Chevy Aveo U-VA
Chevy Aveo U-VA

I found that Chevy Aveo is okay but it is not value for money. You can buy Maruti Swift instead because:

  • Its acceleration is highest in segment, can beat many cars in its segment in a straight line drag.
  • Has the comfort of a luxury car.
  • Swift has the best features in the segment.
  • Suspension is very stable at high speeds.
  • Attractive Looks: The best looks in its segment.
  • White Color- Combines Sportiness and Royalty.

My Verdict

Go for Swift Petrol if you travel less than 30 kilometers per day or go for a Swift Diesel if you travel more. Just drive it cautiously and you will love the Swift more than anything.

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      Veto vero 

      6 years ago

      I am so confused between swift and u.va. I live in Nagaland and i will be driving mst of the times in a hilly regions. .in both of this given name car i would like to go for more stable handling,better technology overall , reliable engine, more pickup in ovrtaking, i will be driving 40 km evryday..so frens kindly suggest me which car should i go for and will be petrol or diesel version. THANK YOU.

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      Neeraj salathia 

      6 years ago

      Aveo-UVA far more better than maruti swift.........Had driven both the cars...then sell off the swift and nw driving aveo uva...........

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      Rajinder Soni 

      7 years ago from New Delhi, India

      Yes it is Christino.

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      Christino 

      7 years ago

      The New Maruti Suzuki Swift is just a cool model seen in mini cars! This car has sporty looks with trendy hues!!

      http://www.indiandrives.com/maruti-suzuki-swift-20...

    • soni2006 profile imageAUTHOR

      Rajinder Soni 

      8 years ago from New Delhi, India

      Hi Springboard, thank you so much for your comment and expressing your views on buying Maruti Swift or Chevy U-VA.

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      Springboard 

      8 years ago from Wisconsin

      In this particular instance, if I lived in India, the Maruti Swift would probably be my choice. Interesting article.

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