For Cars Under 4 Lakhs, there are 8 new models on offer from various manufacturers. Maruti Alto (Rs. 288689), Renault KWID (Rs. 283290) and Maruti S-Presso (Rs. 369000) are among the most popular cars in this segment. To see the latest price in your city, offers, variants, specifications, pictures, mileage and reviews, please select your desired car models from the list below.
If you increase budget by little bit (say 8.30 lakhs) then Toyota Liva diesel followed by ford freestyle diesel followed by Hyundai diesel basic version will be better choices from a cost, safety and long term maintenance perspective. Ford will be superior in build quality in above 3 cars. Toyota is best and proven track record and lowest maintenance. Hyundai has good mileage and look n feel is better than rest of the two.30 Reply
There are ample of options available under this budget such as Maruti Dzire, Maruti Baleno, Hyundai Elite 120, Honda Amaze, Ford Aspire, Tata Nexon etc. Click on the link to check out more options: https://www.zigwheels.com/newcars/best-petrol-cars-between-6-to-10-lakhs 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.5 Reply
@ Sumit | If you increase budget by little bit (say 8.30 lakhs) then Toyota Liva diesel followed by ford freestyle diesel followed by Hyundai diesel basic version will be better choices from a cost, safety and long term maintenance perspective. Ford will be superior in build quality in above 3 cars. Toyota is best and proven track record and lowest maintenance. Hyundai has good mileage and look n feel is better than rest of the two.
Hyundai I20 Magna Plus 1.2, Hyundai Grand i10 1.2 Kappa Sportz , Toyota Etios Liva 1.2 V which one to buy in Petrol??0 Reply
Ex-showroom price is the cost of the vehicle which the showroom guys are charging you. This includes the vehicle cost, transportation to showroom costs and all taxes.//// ON ROAD price is the cost paid by the user to bring the car onto the road. This includes lifetime tax which he/she needs to pay to the government via the local RTO office, warranty costs, high security number plate costs, Toll Tag cost, and some other miscellaneous charges which would be around 5K. Also showroom guys are in a habit of charging extra for accessories which can range from Rs 10k to Rs 25k. The basic accessories will include car polish, car shampoo, a cleaning cloth, car cover, mud flaps, door mats and such. If you buy the same products after market they can come for just Rs 7K. But the showroom guys make a lot of money over here by charging 3-4 times extra than the actual market price.....sound interesting....isn't it? But it is true!7 Reply
Selecting the best suitable car would depend on certain factors such as the preference of brand/model, preference of the segment, seating capacity, usage of the car, fuel type, etc. There are a number of options available such as Hyundai Venue, Maruti Swift, Renault KWID, Hyundai Elite i20, Maruti Vitara Brezza, Maruti Ertiga, Tata Nexon, Honda Amaze, etc. Please click on the link and use the available filters in order to check for the more suitable car per you requirement: New car search Moreover, we'd recommend taking a test drive of the car for a better insight into the performance, comfort and compatibility. Follow the link for dealership details - New Car Showrooms0 Reply
Maruti S Presso is the available BS6 car with automatic transmission under 6 Lakhs. For more information, follow the below link - Info. Moreover, you can have a test drive of the car for a better idea of comfort and drive quality by visiting the nearest dealer in your city. You can click on the following link to see the details of the nearest dealership and selecting your city accordingly - Dealers.1 Reply
There are certain conditions on which the choice of fuel type and transmission depends. If your daily drive is above 50KM, then you can go for the diesel option. Else, you can go for the petrol car. Diesel is cheaper to run. But diesel cars are more expensive. If you do not have too much running, petrol makes it an ideal pick. The petrol engine is a lot more refined and is a lot more quiet and powerful. If you are looking for a comfortable car for city commutes and like calm driving, you may opt for an automatic transmission version. On the other hand, if you want a better command on the vehicle and want like quick drivng you can opt a manual transmission. There is an ample number of SUVs available under a budget of 10 Lakhs, for the complete list, Click Here. For a perfect car choice, a comparison is to be done on the basis of price, size, space, mileage, performance, features, and other specs. Moreover, you can have a test drive of the shortlisted cars for a better idea of comfort and drive quality by visiting the nearest dealer in your city. You can click on the following link to see the details of the nearest dealership and selecting your city accordingly - Dealers.1 Reply
For you Hyundai Creta is perfect. You can take the petrol manual transmission as it is 10 lakhs and the automatic transmission is near to 13 lakhs. Diesel is good but it's only a 1400cc car whereas the petrol is 1600cc. So according to me the Creta manual petrol 1.6 is good for city as well as tours.1 Reply
As per your requirements, you may check out Ford Aspire, Ford Aspire, Hyundai Elite i20 and Tata Nexo. Brezza would be a good option if you want a good fuel efficiency with good built. Also, it offers great feature list. Hyundai Elite i20 would be a good option if you like calm driving and looking for a premium hatch. Tata Nexon would be a good option if you tackle bad road conditions and require better power. You may consider Ford Aspire for its fun to drive nature and great driving dynamics. It is a balanced package of comfort, performance and safety. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test drive in order to clear your all do8ubts. Check out If we talk about the resale value will depend on several factors like the physical condition of the car, claimed insurance, KM driven etc.0 Reply
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