What is the difference between sv and v model petrol.
on 4 Oct 2020
Over SV variant, V variant gets Remote Trunk Opener, Navigation System, Navigation System, Engine Start Stop Button, Voice Control, Fog Lights Front, Electric Folding Rear View Mirror, Rear Camera, Speed Sensing Auto Door Lock, Touch Screen etc. You may compare both the variants accordingly.
Honda didn't drastically change the City’s formula. Honda City 4th Generation still looks great and retains its core strength with acres of space and a smooth, comfortable and fun to drive experience. If you are getting a hefty discount and want a car for its spacious cabin, passenger comfort and smooth ride quality, Honda City would be a great pick. On the other hand, the Verna's never been a car that had something exceptionally exciting to it. It just gave you the right balance of quality, comfort, and features which made it a tempting package. With the facelift, that essence hasn't changed. And, except for a cramped rear seat there still isn’t much to dislike about it either. Also, Verna offers better feature list and interior quality too. You may compare both the cars accordingly. Do take a test drive in order to get better clarity. Check out authorised dealership details.
It would not be fair to give a verdict here as the resale value depend on various factors such as physical condition, popularity of the model, number of owners, etc. You may click on the following link and fill-in the required details in order to get a estimated value of your used car: Valuation of Used Cars.