1.)The Ciaz is a value for money mid-size sedan, available in petrol and diesel options. It has the longest wheelbase in its segment of 2650 mm, which has allowed Maruti to scoop out quite a lot of interior space. Rear seat passengers have ample legroom and can stretch out even with six footers in the front seat. The car is also fairly wide with not much intrusion into floor space from the transmission tunnel, allowing three passengers to sit side by side fairly easily. it is also the widest in the segment .
2.)The Honda City is a favourite among mid-size sedans and currently the leader in sales. The car comes in petrol and diesel variants, which cater to diverse sets of buyers – the performance seekers and the fuel-efficiency seekers. Although the Honda City is the shortest in terms of length among the cars in this comparison, it has very intelligent packaging of space in line with Honda’s “Man Maximum, Machine Minimum” design philosophy. The rear seat is quite spacious in terms of legroom and headroom, but it is a tad narrower than the Ciaz in width. The Honda City and the Ciaz have identical boot space at 510 litres.
3.)The Sunny has incredible rear seat legroom, stretching nearly up to 990 mm, but is not that wide. It has an identical wheelbase to the Honda City, but boot space is a little smaller at 490 litres. Sales of the Sunny have taken a hit ever since the new City and Ciaz entered the market, as buyers looking for space see better value in those