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Which car should I buy in India if my budget is within 9lacs?

Cars names and their costs, : Renault Duster - 8.26 Lakhs Skoda Rapid. - 7.95 Lakhs Ford Ecosport - 7.37 Lakhs Maruti Suzuki Ciaz - 7.79 Lakhs Hyundai 4S Fluidic Verna - 7.98 Lakhs Honda city -8.02 Lakhs. ,Detailed list, : If you’re in the market to buy a new car and you have approximately Rs. 10 lakhs to spend, give or take a few lakhs, then you might find yourself spoilt for choice. Its obviously not a bad thing, but making a decision will be tough, especially if you’re not certain which segment suits your needs the best. There’s so much to choose from. You’ve got hot hatches, sedans, MPVs, small SUVs and even a pick-up truck if you fancy one. 5. VOLKSWAGEN POLO GT TSI One of the hottest hatchback’s on sale in India currently, the Polo GT TSI combines the standard car’s practicality with performance. It is powered by a 1.2 litre turbocharged TSI motor producing 104bhp and 175Nm of torque making it one of the most powerful hatchbacks on sale right now. That engine combined with VW’s 7 speed DSG dual clutch ‘box and what you get is car that is an absolute pleasure to drive. The recent facelift has also made the cabin a better place to be in. Build quality is top notch and the car rides well too hitting speeds of 150km/h with ease. On the outside there’s not much to differentiate the GT from the standard car except for a badge on the grille and a sticker on the C-pillar. The Polo GT TSI is a bit expensive and hence, doesn’t appeal to the masses. Add to that high spare prices and you get a car that’s an absolute peach on the road, something the purists love and the general public doesn’t see the point of. Price: Rs. 8.58 lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi) Engine: 1.2 litre TSI petrol (104bhp & 175Nm) Transmission: Automatic 7-speed DSG 4. FORD ECOSPORT Ford’s compact SUV took India by storm with customers flocking to dealerships to get their hands on one. Such was its popularity that Ford had to cease booking for a period because the rate of production couldn’t keep pace with the demand. Even today the EcoSport is doing really well averaging around 3,000-4,000 units a month and it’s not hard to see why. Its got the looks, its packed with features, being a Ford its good to drive and its got very good engines. The SUV-like exterior with a rear mounted spare wheel and high ground clearance has been a hit with Indian customers and also helps in tackling our roads. Inside there’s as much space a big hatchback and the feature list is never ending. Combine that with great engines and great driving dynamics what you get is a vehicle that is hard to fault. If there is one fault with the EcoSport its that it is small by SUV standards and at the end of the day it is basically a hatchback on steroids. The only problem with the car is that Ford doesn’t offer the automatic transmission with any other engine except the 1.5 litre petrol. Also, the TUV300 has managed to outsell the EcoSport and Maruti’s iV-4 is just around the corner. Price: Rs. 6.80-10.44 lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi) Engines: 1.5 litre petrol (109bhp &140Nm), 1.5 litre diesel (99bhp & 204Nm), 1.0 litre EcoBoost petrol (123bhp & 170Nm) Transmission: 5- speed manual, 6-speed dual clutch automatic (1.5 litre petrol only) 3. HONDA CITY The Honda City has always been popular with Indian car buyers. Even the previous generations which came without a diesel option managed a very healthy monthly average against diesel equipped competition such as the Hyundai Verna and VW Vento. The current generation, armed with a 1.5 litre diesel, has simply blown away the competition. The public loves its modern looks, futuristic interiors and the car’s image is such that most buyers don’t think twice before putting their money on it. The car is good fun to drive, comes packed with features and the automatic version even gets paddle shifters. Combine all that with Honda’s build quality and brand value and you get a package that’s almost unbeatable. The touchscreen climate control, though fancy, requires extra attention while operating which distracts the driver. Also, the top level trims are a bit pricey and new cars such as the Ciaz offer similar features at a significantly lower cost. And we’re not a big fan of how the front end is styled, especially the big slab of chrome on the grille and the interiors seem a bit overdone as well. Other than that it is very hard to find faults in what is otherwise a very good car. Price: Rs. 7.53-11.54 lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi) Engines: 1.5 litre petrol (117bhp & 145Nm), 1.5 litre diesel (99bhp & 200Nm) Transmission: 6-speed manual or Automatic CVT (petrol only) 2. HONDA MOBILIO Honda’s foray into the MPV segment in India has been a very successful one as the Mobilio has not only managed to keep pace with the segment leader Ertiga, but has managed to outsell Maruti’s MPV as well. Based on the Brio‘s platform, as evident from the front end, the MPV is built on an extended Brio chassis. It can seat seven people in reasonable comfort and also drives well. In terms of styling Honda has done a good job especially with the rear, elements such as the kink in the window line give it some character and enhance its appeal. The kink also has functional value as it increases the window area for the second and third row passengers making the cabin seem roomier. Judging by the popularity of the Amaze and the Mobilio people like the awkwardly styled interiors it seems and Honda has ensured it gets enough features to keep customers happy. The quality of the materials used inside is not up to the mark and the Mobilio is slightly more expensive than the Ertiga but you also get the brand value that comes with the Honda badge, more luggage space and better ride quality. Also, on offer are a couple of RS variants with extra features which enhance the Mobilio’s appeal. Price: Rs. 6.49-11.41 lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi) Engines: 1.5 litre petrol (117bhp & 145Nm), 1.5 litre diesel (99bhp & 200Nm) Transmission: 5-speed manual 1. MARUTI CIAZ Maruti has done a stellar job with its latest sedan, the Ciaz, making it the best car to buy under Rs. 10 lakhs. A replacement for the SX4, the Ciaz is everything its predecessor wasn’t an more. It looks like a proper sedan since its not derived from a hatchback, its packed with features, its got classy interiors and the company claims that the diesel version, with the mild hybrid tech, is the most efficient of its kind in India delivering a claimed mileage of 28.09 kmpl! The styling might be a bit understated and the rear might bear more than a passing resemblance to the City but at the same time it is classy and makes the Ciaz look bigger than it actually is. The feature rich interiors are smart and the quality of the materials used is impressive. Spec for spec the Ciaz is cheaper than the City and came out on top in our comparison between the two although, it hasn’t managed to outsell the latter except for the first full month on sale. The engines might seem a but underpowered but thanks to clever gearing and intelligent torque distribution the lack of power is barely noticeable. This is Maruti’s first truly successful product towards the premium end of the market and also the best car to buy under 10 lakhs in India right now. Price: Rs. 7.31-10.28 lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi) Engines: 1.4 litre petrol (91bhp & 130Nm), 1.3 litre diesel (89bhp & 200Nm) Transmission: 5-speed manual, 4-speed automatic (petrol only)

What are the differences in Volkswagen Vento trendline, comfortline and highline models? I'm planning to buy a pre-owned car and wanted to understand the car features differences in these three models.

Hi If you are going for a Vento used car always try for the top model if available. The features are already not a lot in this model so try for highline. U have not mentioned u want to go for diesel or petrol. Please understand that the maintenance cost of vw and Skoda cars are at least 25% extra than comparable models from other companies. One of major reasons for this is that they do not promote repair of parts. They will replace everything in the dealerships. You can't get the suspension done from outside. All good garage will tell u that they can't do it properly and will advice the company workshop. Ask them for a sticker shock. All reasons for high cost that are given is German car.. Please buy the car for engine power, great drive, high safety but be prepared to spend a bomb on maintenance. I have a driven a diesel polo for 5 years. Have gone thru all above problems. Thank u

What are the best cars available in India below 10 lacs for family purpose in 2016?

Car Buying Guide: Best Cars In India Below 10 lakhs If you’re in the market to buy a new car and you have approximately Rs. 10 lakhs to spend, give or take a few lakhs, then you might find yourself spoilt for choice. It’s obviously not a bad thing, but making a decision will be tough, especially if you’re not certain which segment suits your needs the best. There’s so much to choose from. You’ve got hot hatches, sedans, MPVs, small SUVs and even a pick-up truck if you fancy one. After much brainstorming, we have managed to put together a list of vehicles which we feel are the best cars in India below 10 lakhs out there right now. Check it out and do let us know what you feel about our list of best cars in India below 10 lakhs of asking price. Also See-, ,Best Car in India MARUTI VITARA BREZZA Maruti Suzuki, India Ltd., following years of development, recently launched the ,Vitara Brezza,compact SUV in India and the it has managed to find its way into our list of the best cars in India below 10 lakhs. Initial impressions suggest that the car has been worth the wait. It gets a smart exterior complete with SUV-like design highlights such as the body cladding, flat bonnet, squared off wheel arches, etc. The interiors come finished in all black and the list of features is also very impressive. But the biggest selling point of the Vitara Brezza will be its price. At a starting price of INR 6.99 lacs, it undercuts its chief rival, the ,Ford EcoSport,, by a considerable margin. The SUV comes with only a 1.3 L diesel unit, which puts out 89 bhp and 200 Nm with a claimed fuel mileage of 24.3 kpl. Diesel Engine 1.3 L (89 bhp & 200 Nm) Transmission 5-speed MT Mileage 24.3 kmpl Price INR 6.99-9.68 lacs VOLKSWAGEN POLO GT TSI One of the hottest hatchbacks on sale in India currently, the ,Polo, GT TSI combines the standard car’s practicality with performance. It is powered by a 1.2-litre turbocharged TSI motor producing 104 bhp and 175 Nm of torque making it one of the most powerful hatchbacks on sale right now. That engine has been mated to ,VW,‘s, 7 speed DSG dual clutch ‘box and what you get is car that is an absolute hoot to drive. The last facelift also made the cabin a better place to be in. Build quality is top notch and the car rides well too hitting speeds of 150 km/h with ease. On the outside, there’s not much to differentiate the GT from the standard car except for a badge on the grille and a sticker on the C-pillar. The Polo GT TSI is a bit expensive and hence, doesn’t appeal to the masses. The Polo GT is something the purists love and the general public doesn’t see the point of. Petrol Engine 1.2 L Turbocharged (103 bhp-175 Nm) Transmission 7-speed DSG Mileage 16.47 kmpl Price INR 9.05 lacs FORD ECOSPORT Ford’s compact SUV took India by storm with customers flocking to dealerships to get their hands on one. Such was its popularity that ,Ford,had to cease booking for a period because the rate of production couldn’t keep pace with the demand. Even today the ,EcoSport, is doing really well. Its got the looks, it’s packed with features, being a Ford it’s good to drive and its got very good engines. The SUV-like exterior with a rear mounted spare wheel and high ground clearance has been a hit with Indian customers and also helps in tackling our roads. Inside there’s as much space a big hatchback and the feature list is never ending. Combine that with great engines and great driving dynamics what you get is a vehicle that is hard to fault. If there is one fault with the EcoSport its that it is small by SUV standards and at the end of the day it is basically a hatchback on steroids. The only problem with the car is that Ford doesn’t offer the automatic transmission with any other engine except the 1.5 litre petrol. Overall, the compact SUV from Ford is easily one of the best cars in India below 10 lakhs right now. Petrol Diesel Engine 1.5 L Ti-VCT/1.0 L EcoBoost (110 bhp-140 Nm/124 bhp-170 Nm) 1.5 L TDCi (99 bhp-205 Nm) Transmission 5-speed MT or 6-speed DCT/5-speed MT 5-speed MT Mileage 15.8 kmpl/18.9 kmpl 22.7 kmpl Price INR 6.69-9.62 lacs INR 7.29-9.75 lacs HONDA CITY The ,Honda, City has always been popular with Indian car buyers. Even the previous generations which came without a diesel option managed a very healthy monthly average against diesel equipped competition such as the ,Hyundai Verna,and ,VW Vento,. The current generation, armed with a 1.5-litre diesel, has simply blown away the competition. The public loves its modern looks, futuristic interiors and the car’s image is such that most buyers don’t think twice before putting their money on it. The car is good fun to drive, comes packed with features and the automatic version even gets paddle shifters. The touchscreen climate control, though fancy, requires extra attention while operating which distracts the driver. Also, the top level trims are a bit pricey and new cars such as the Ciaz offer similar features at a significantly lower cost. And we’re not a big fan of the front end styling, especially the big slab of chrome on the grille. The interiors seem a bit overdone as well. Petrol Diesel Engine 1.5 L i-VTEC (117 bhp-145 Nm) 1.5 L i-DTEC (99 bhp-200 Nm) Transmission 5-speed MT/CVT 6-speed MT Mileage 17.8 kmpl/18 kmpl 26 kmpl Price INR 8.11 – 12.05 lacs INR 9.33 – MARUTI CIAZ Our favourite among the best cars in India below 10 lakhs is the ,Ciaz,. Maruti has done a stellar job with its latest sedan. A replacement for the ,SX4,, the Ciaz is everything its predecessor wasn’t and more. It looks like a proper sedan since it hasn’t been derived from a hatchback, it’s packed with features, its got classy interiors and the company claims that the diesel version, with the mild hybrid tech, is the most efficient of its kind in India delivering a claimed mileage of 28.09 kmpl! Spec for spec the Ciaz is cheaper than the City and came out on top in our ,comparison, between the two. The engines might seem a but underpowered but thanks to clever gearing and intelligent torque distribution, the lack of power is barely noticeable. This is Maruti’s first truly successful product towards the premium end of the market and also the best car to buy under 10 lakhs in India right now. Petrol Diesel SHVS Engine 1.4 L (91 bhp-130 Nm) 1.3 L DDiS200 (89 bhp-200 Nm) Transmission 5-speed MT/4-speed AT 5-speed MT Mileage 20.73 kmpl/19/12 kmpl 28.09 kmpl Price INR 7.53 – 10.50 lacs INR 7.68 – 10.28 lacs So which one of the cars from our list of Best Cars in India below 10 lakhs interests you? Think we’ve missed out on a car which you think is better suited to the list of best cars in India under 10 lakhs? Then do let us know in the comments section below. Also, stay tuned for more posts like the Best Cars in India below 10 lakhs feature we have here.

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