A wide range of vehicles is launched every year in India, which is one of the most populated automobile markets in the world. As the competition is rising, the automakers are now offering high-spec vehicles at lower prices.
In today’s market, one does not have to spend a lot to get a feature-packed car. And with more and more entry-level cars being introduced, It is the perfect time to buy the first car. Hence, here are a few cars that are presently the cheapest cars in India. All of them are worth every penny that you pay for.
When we talk about cheapest cars, the Renault Kwid surely tops the list. The vehicle comes with a SUV-ish design and is available in two petrol engine options. The 0.8-litre engine is capable of offering a maximum of 54bhp power along with a peak torque of 72 Nm. There is also a bigger 1.0-litre engine, which produces up to 68 bhp of power and the peak torque sticks at 91 Nm.
The smaller engine variant of the mini-hatch is capable of offering a maximum mileage of 25 kmpl while the bigger variant provides 23 kmpl in real life road conditions. There is also an AMT version that is given the 1.0-litre engine. The top end variant features only a single airbag.
Maruti Alto K10
The Maruti Alto K10 is also one of the cheapestcars in India and has a powerful spec-sheet too. The vehicle gets a dual tone upholstery and the seats are well-cushioned. It has been given an audio system that supports CD, AUX, USB and radio.
The headlamps get a sharp design and the bumper is now redesigned. The vehicle features a 1.0-litre petrol engine from K series. It is capable of offering a maximum of 60 PS power along with a peak torque of 90 Nm. The hatch gets an optional AMT transmission and offers a mileage of around 24 kmpl.
The Hyundai Eon is a great option among the affordable vehicles and comes with enough headroom along with a good ground clearance. The boot space is large enough and the front seats are very comfortable. Speaking of the safety feature, the hatch gets a single airbag.
The car is powered by either a 0.8-litre or a 1.0-litre mill. The smaller engine comes with a power output of 55 PS of power and 74.5 Nm of torque.
The above list names some of the cheapest cars in India and the crowd-puller is definitely the Renault Kwid, which gets a starting price tag around Rs. 2.8 lakhs. On the other hand, goes for a starting price of slightly below Rs. 3.36 lakhs while the Alto K10 is priced a few thousands more.