Q. Please suggest cars with minimum width and company fitted CNG. Is automatic variant is available in company fitted CNG cars.
| 9 months ago
As of now, there is no car available in the Indian automotive industry with a company fitted CNG kit in an automatic car as the CNG kits are generally added to the cars to get a better mileage however the power is compromised and in the automatic cars the mileage is not generally in the hands of the driver as the car is already tuned to select fixed gear ratios.There are ample of CNG cars available which match your needs. The CNG available in the market with the least width are Maruti Alto K10 and Maruti Alto 800 with a width size of 1490mm, However, you can check more options in the link given below.Click here for more options: https://www.zigwheels.com/new_car_search.php?byfueltype=cng&sortfield=popularity&sortdirection=desc
| 2 weeks ago
Only in Delhi region you may get cng variant of few cars like Alto 800 and K10. based on your region you should choose.cng has less efficiency interms of pulling power.better go for petrol or diesel
Q. Want to learn driving Automatic car, driving schools don’t teach automatic cars. Which one shall I buy and learn to drive - Alto 800 2019?
| 4 months ago
If you start practicing with an automatic transmission u can never drive a manual one. So start with manual one,u can easily manage with automatic one. It's like difference between a 5 speed bike, and honda activa. A person whohas always drive n an activa, it ll be much more difficult for him to ride a gear bike
| 6 months ago
No need to go to driving school its little simple just push padel for go ahed when u want to slow press break pael
Q. I want to purchase a new automatic transmission car with an EMI below 10000. My need is 30 to 40 km per
| 9 months ago
We would recommend you to go with a petrol car as per the average daily running of your car. The petrol engine is easy to maintain and they do have a longer life span then the diesel motor. Moreover, the diesel variants are costlier due to the tax variation on the diesel and petrol model. A diesel usually makes sense if you are driving above 60/70km a day.The EMI and downpayment of the car vary according to the finance plans, bank, dealerships and your cibil score. Generally, the down payment of the car is 20 to 25% per cent of the Ex-Showroom price of the car.There are ample of options available according to the required features some of the best available options are Maruti Wagon R, Maruti Baleno, Renault KWID, Maruti Alto K10, Tata Nano, Hyundai Santro and Tata Tiago etc.Click here for more options: https://www.zigwheels.com/newcars/automatic-petrol-cars