Well, the length of the garage is sufficient enough for all compact SUV, Compact Sedan cars but due to less width, entry-level cars like Hyundai Santro, Maruti Alto, Maruti S-Presso, Datsun Redi Go etc. Check out all available options. You may apply more filters here in order to refine your search as selecting one will depend on brand preference, specific feature requirements, etc.
Honda Civic has good looks, build quality, a comfortable ride and exciting handling too. It makes a strong case not just for itself but for premium sedans in general. It’s hard not to get wowed by it! It competes against the likes of the Skoda Octavia and the Hyundai Elantra. If we talk about Elantra, when compared with its rivals it still sits in a happy middle ground, being more feature-loaded than the Civic and still significantly undercutting the more expensive Octavia. So finally, the Elantra is still a great mix of features, comfort and performance. It may not wow you in any particular department but is still an all-rounder that deserves your consideration if you're shopping in the executive sedan space. Skoda Octavia is only available in India with its RS245, which most powerful car at its price range. It has good looks, space, comfort, features and has great build quality. The new Skoda Octavia looks all set to emulate the success and popularity of its predecessor. You may compare all these cars according to their variants too. Check out authorised dealership details.
As per your requirements, Maruti Ertiga is the only option you can go with. The Ertiga seemingly does it all. But you will buy it more because you need it rather than want it. It doesn't have any glaring faults but it could also be a lot better. Do take a test drive in order to clear your all doubts. Check out authorised dealership details.
You have many options under 8lakh but if you want good built quality then forget about MARUTI cars.And you want good average to the forget about HYUNDAI petrol cars too. So you left with I20 diesel, Honda amaze (petrol and diesel),Ford figo .So acc. to me I personally suggest you to avoid diesel cars in todays time . So you can go for honda amaze petrol if you want a sedan and ford figo petrol if you want a hatch.i personally recomend you ford figo because it is more fun to drive car .
Maruthi - milage only rest all leave it to god,Hyundai - just like whatsapp always gets updates and feel like new and the car you bought is older version in 1year,renault - no safety rest all leave it to brand,nissan - bhul jao service ka jhatka lagega,honda - only premium cars are good in built quality small cars baath tho chodo who lene pe 2nd hand me old maruthi lesakthe,WV - best to leave laugh as comment LOL,Skoda - nahee yar ham middel class hei maintain nahee kar paayeFORD - haa figo ya freestyle le sakthe vo hi disel only maza,milage,safety,aspire ek dam hey fir bhi back side bottel holders,project head lamps nahee hei fir bhi adjust hojayega. I am talking all cars under 9 Lakhs only. yaar FORD he lena drive karetho achee legega .. family ko safety dena 6airbags doosre cars me tho chodo..
Go for a Volkswagen Polo Comfortline TSI. Excellent build quality and safety. Super fun to drive. A great infotainment system (not a touchscreen tho). Good boot space. The perfect size for Indian roads. Overall, a great car for its price. (not like Maruti Suzuki, which are toycars).
There are ample of options available in this price range like Tata Tiago, Maruti Baleno, Hyundai Grand i10 etc. Click on the link to check all options: https://bit.ly/2LjJRSh You may also apply filters to refine your search and can shortlist some of the options from the lot. Do let us know the hand-picked options so that we can help you to choose one. If you are traveling less than 50-60km a day, opt for a petrol car instead of a diesel. With the extra Rs 1-1.50 lakh spent on a diesel purchase, you can actually drive a similar petrol car for as many as two years! So, do your math carefully. A diesel usually makes sense if you are driving above 60/70km a day. If you'll be driving more in heavy city traffic then we suggest you to opt for Automated Manual Transmission(AMT) which are easier to use and more comfortable for the driver, while Manual Transmission vehicles are less expensive more involved & are more fun to drive on highways. As new car purchase would depend on a lot of factors like budget, segment or brand preference, transmission, fuel type, specific feature requirement etc. Hence, we request you to share your inputs so that we can assist you in right direction.
So many options .It depends on your needcelerio petrol plus cng if you don't need s boot.wagon r petrol had ample boot.wagon r petrol cng is good for long rides.For city commute celerio cng/petrol is the choice.
Liva, Swift and Tiago are better ones. Tiago has best build quality but poor after sales experience. Swift is best in features and mileage. Liva is stable, safe and a long term bet. In case you are looking for an hatchback AMT then you may like to consider Celerio(its best only for city daily usage and not stable but very cost effective).
There are ample of options available in this budget such as Renault KWID, Maruti Alto K10, Maruti Celerio, Tata Tiago etc. As new car purchase would depend on a lot of factors like budget, segment or brand preference, transmission, fuel type, specific feature requirement etc. Hence, we request you to share your inputs so that we can assist you in right direction. Click on the link to check out these options: https://bit.ly/2KHvmMh If you are traveling less than 50-60km a day, opt for a petrol car instead of a diesel. With the extra Rs 1-1.50 lakh spent on a diesel purchase, you can actually drive a similar petrol car for as many as two years! So, do your math carefully. A diesel usually makes sense if you are driving above 60/70km a day. If you'll be driving more in heavy city traffic then we suggest you to opt for Automated Manual Transmission(AMT) which are easier to use and more comfortable for the driver, while Manual Transmission vehicles are less expensive more involved & are more fun to drive on highways.
Travel in metro or bus it would be safer don't get me wrong but 5 lakhs plz try to save for some more time and buy tata Tiago petrol nothing wrong in waiting some more time rather than buying a scrap which is good for nothing so wait for some time and buy your car you have to keep it for almost 5-6 years mini so don't buy anything randomly
Go for any Maruti car....preferably swift. I can bet you, you wont regret as I myself has clocked 260K KM's in 10 yrs and still drive approx. 3K KM's every month. The sheer driving pleasure and ultra low cost maintenance will keep you always happy.
Brezza as i am using average monthly 4500 km/ month. I travel mixed in Rural area , Semi-Urban & Highways . Good suspension , Excellent ground clearance , Very good mileage say 22 + , Satisfactory engine power . Best resale value its segment. Lowest maintenance cost . I recommend Brezza in your budget you can go for VDI .
Go for Brezza, Nexon or Ecosport as all these 3 cars offers good room,have good ground clearance, fair mileage and a decent resale value as well.. If planning to purchase a Diesel Variant go for Nexon it will best suit you.
Swift dzire is the best vehicle, it gives 25 kml mileage and it has resale value also.