After the debut of all the information about the Ritz AT on its official website, the company has finally revealed the vehicle with a price tag of Rs. 6.15 lakh ex showroom Delhi, the car will be available at a cost of about Rs. 6.46 lakh on road in Delhi. The automatic version of the car is available only with the Ritz VXI ABS petrol variant.
The car receives the facelift of the similar vehicle in September last year, now offers 4 speed auto gear box, similar to the one that is used in the Swift Dzire and A-Star. Standing against the several key competitors like Honda Brio automatic and Hyundai i10, Ritz is far more expensive than its competitors.
Hyundai i10 and Honda Brio are currently available in two automatic variants starting with Rs. 5.24 lakh to 5.75 lakh. Even the stated fuel economy of about 17.16 kmpl is quite similar to that of the other competitors. So, it is the brand name that will be the major player in this fierce competition.
If the three vehicles are compared together, Brio AT happens to be the most advanced automatic transmission vehicle and offers best economy among the three. So, it will just be a matter of time to see who emerges as winner among three.