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I'm running 61+ years of age. Want to purchase a fuel-efficient small car(1+4)for my family purpose. I myself/my son will drive the car. We require a good height of driving seat and also a comfortable clearance between Steering & Knees, as both of us are about 6' in height. Please recommend a specific Model & Make of a car comfortable to my health at this age. My affordability is around 4 Lac.

By Amar Saha on Aug 20, 2009

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  • Expert Hi,
    Considering all your requirments including budget.Maruti Wwagon R is best suited as it has good legroom as well as head room,quite comfortable too.
    Answer by Shiva Shankar on Aug 20, 2009

  • take wagonr or ritz best legroom and head room for tall people.
    Answer by Dheeraj on Aug 20, 2009

  • Mr. Saha-The wagon R is the answer to your requirements. The VXI option would fit into your budget and comes with fog lamps, power steering, front power windows, electrically adjustable OVRM's. While people will tell you that the i10, ritz and others will also suit your requirements - trust me that genuine six footers and above find the wagon R the most spacious vehicle and suited to tall people. A big plus point of the wagon R is that elderly people do not have to bend to get in and out, making ingress and egress a breeze. Fuel efficiency - in city with AC on you would get about 14-15 KMPL and on highways about 17 KMPL.
    Answer by Sanjeev Chopra on Aug 20, 2009

  • Sir Go in for Santro or I 10. Iam almost 6 Ft and I drive my wife's Santro once in a way very comfortably.
    Answer by Manjunath on Aug 20, 2009

  • fiat punto
    Answer by Santosh on Aug 20, 2009

  • Sir as you want a fuel efficent car and also want the comfort you should go for Wagon-R and u can go for the lpg version of it
    Answer by Kamlesh Pithadia on Aug 20, 2009

  • Yes. The WagonR will be the best choice.
    Answer by Robin on Aug 20, 2009

  • WagonR or Ritz (ritz is little over 4 lacs).
    Answer by Anand on Aug 22, 2009

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