Cars Under 4 Lakhs
5 Best Cars Under 4 Lakhs in India
- Petrol Cars
- CNG Cars
- Hatchback Cars
Refine Your Search
- By Budget
- By Body Type
Cars Under 4 Lakhs User Reviews
Alto 8003.64198 reviewsAlto bs4 35000 km running
Alto bs4 35000 km running ac use pickup very down mileage 14 km per litre what reason mileage improveJeyaraj 1 hour ago
Alto 800 tour1.34 reviewsSmooth driving
Smooth driving and good mileage of this car.My point of view is excellent car in low budget buyer.All 3 weeks ago
Alto 8003.64198 reviewsBest car with in the budget,
Best car with in the budget, Good in the space and it will b best for mileage as well.Less maintenance charges well designed car.Syed 2 days ago
Alto 8003.64198 reviewsAlto 800 is nice to drive
Alto 800 is nice to drive and comfortable with a front sit but one thing is that the alto 800 back sit is too short so neck while we used to sleep get banned, So that make it little comfortRemo 1 week ago
Alto 8003.64198 reviewsMedium in performance. Good
Medium in performance.Good in mileage.Less service cost.No tension car.Can take anywhere.Even good in hills.Powerful ac.Amit 1 week ago
Search Cars by Top BrandsView All Car Brands
Latest News on Cars Under 4 Lakhs
Extra Airbag Helps Maruti S-Presso Get a Three-Star Global NCAP Rating30 Jun, 2022 | By Team ZigWheels
End Of The Line For Datsun’s India Innings As Redi-GO Production Ends21 Apr, 2022 | By Team ZigWheels
Finally! Maruti Suzuki Discontinues Single Airbag Variants Of S-Presso And Alto20 Apr, 2022 | By Team ZigWheels
Top 10 Highest-Selling Cars In India, July 2021 Edition8 Aug, 2021 | By Team ZigWheels
Datsun’s Offering Savings Of Up To Rs 51,000 This December9 Dec, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
South Africa-spec Suzuki S-Presso Claimed To Be Safer Than Indian Counterpart1 Dec, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
Latest Reviews on Cars Under 4 Lakhs
Maruti Suzuki S-Presso vs Renault Kwid: Comparison Review6 Dec, 2019 | By Team ZigWheels
Maruti Suzuki S-Presso: First Drive Review7 Oct, 2019 | By Ameya Dandekar
2019 Bajaj Qute: Real world First Drive Review1 Apr, 2019 | By Team ZigWheels
Cars Under 4 Lakhs Question and Answers
Dushyant 2 weeks ago
Zigwheels 3 weeks ago
Bajaj has now launched the Qute in Maharashtra, after launching it in Kerala, Gujarat, Odisha, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan.
Zigwheels 3 months ago
The S-Presso is available in BS6-compliant petrol and CNG models, both of which are powered by the 1.0-litre K10B motor, which develops 68PS in petrol mode and 59PS in CNG mode. Like before, the motor is responsive and has a linear tug from low engine speeds, making it great for in-city commutes. In fact, the motor’s drivability is so impressive that you can stay in third gear from as low as 20kmph without any judders or vibration from the motor. Out on the highway, the motor has no hiccups getting up to 80-100kmph, and staying there all day long. But ask more from the engine and it begins to feel strained and coarse. The engine gets noisy past 3500rpm and there is a lot of road noise seeping in the cabin too. Add that the sound insulation isn't particularly great, and it’s best you tackle highway commutes at sedate speeds. The S-Presso’s 5-speed manual gearbox is crisp and snappy to use. The light and short-throw allow you to execute a quick shift with ease, and this reduces the stress on the driver even further. We also sampled the AMT version of the S-Presso. Whether it be ambling along in the city or even cruising steadily on the highway, this gearbox works really well. Another aspect where the S-Presso really surprises you is the way it tackles our ever broken roads. At low speeds, you do feel the lightness of the chassis and the firmness of the suspension as it feels a bit skittish over a broken patch of road. But to our surprise, if you tackle the same patch at a higher speed, the S-Presso just glides over the imperfections. The suspension does well to soften the blows from potholes even on the highway. But being tall and narrow, it’s better to drive at a sensible pace, and not change lanes in a hurry either. For a better understanding of compatibility and driving comfort, we would suggest you to take a test drive. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership.
Zigwheels 4 months ago
For the waiting period and availability, we would suggest you to please connect with the nearest authorized dealer in your city as it depends on their stock book. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.
Banya 4 months ago
*Sorry* User, Bajaj qute have not yet launched in India as government had not allowed it to be lunched.
FAQs on Cars Under 4 Lakhs
Which is the cheapest car under 4 lakhs?
The cheapest car under 4 lakhs is Bajaj Qute (RE60) at Rs. 2.63 Lakh.