With the increase in demand for purchasing cars these days for all your requirements; the major players in the automobile industry have launched a lot of new cars every year. Along with the high-end features, price also plays a very crucial role when it comes to the affordability aspect. There is no doubt that Tata Nano has been the cheapest car till date but when it comes to purchase a car for more family members then it may not be an ideal car. Keeping in mind the aspect of affordability while delivering performance at the same time, here’s a list of 5 (Five) cheapest cars to make your purchase easier:
MARUTI SUZUKI ALTO 800
The Maruti Suzuki Alto 800 has replaced the Maruti 800 and is amongst the most-selling entry-level hatchbacks in India. Though the base variant of the Alto does not come with AC and power steering in order lower down the prices but the top variant of the same offers a lot more features. The Alto comes with a 796 cc displacement, 35-litre of fuel tank capacity, petrol and a CNG engine generating 69Nm of torque with a seating capacity of 5 persons. The updated exteriors, fabric upholstery and the stylish looks add to overall look.
Price: INR 2.84 lakh onwards (Ex-showroom)
The Renault Kwid is one of the competitions in the small car segment and is quiet appealing for people with taste for adventure. The Kwid comes with a 799cc displacement, 28-litre of fuel tank capacity, a petrol engine mated with a 5-speed manual gearbox generating a power of 52PS against 72Nm of torque. The Kwid ensures sufficient seating capacity and its classy design with adjustable central AC vents; driver airbags and a gear shift indicator are worth checking out.
Price: INR 2.83 lakh onwards (Ex-showroom)
The Datsun Redi-GO is one of the budget offerings from the Japanese carmaker and is defined as India’s cheapest car. The Redi-GO comes with an 800cc 3 (Three)-cylinder petrol engine mated with a 5-speed manual gearbox and generates 72Nm of torque. With super functional exteriors and the interiors that offer a glove box with LED, a dial face speedometer and room lamp gives the car an amazing look and rivals Renault Kwid and Maruti Suzuki Alto K10.
Price: INR 2.80 lakh onwards (Ex-showroom)
MARUTI SUZUKI ALTO K10
Speaking of the cheapest car, the Maruti Suzuki Alto K10 never disappoints you with good drive and dependability. The Alto K10 comes with a premium front fascia and generates it power from 1.0-litre engine with 998 cc displacement and gives a certified mileage of 24.07 kmpl. The Alto K10 also comes with an automatic (AMT) gearbox which is easy to use. This car is one of the cheapest cars and is also popular for its low maintenance.
Price: INR 3.61 lakh onwards (Ex-showroom)
MARUTI SUZUKI CELERIO
The Maruti Suzuki Celerio is the cheapest car to be equipped with an automatic (AMT) gearbox in the Indian car market. Even being an automatic (AMT) variant the Celerio offers low maintenance cost. The Celerio owes a modern design, intelligently engineered interior, superior controls and features a chrome lining on the front grille. The car derives its power from a 1.0-litre petrol engine which is fuel efficient and reliable along with a displacement of 998 cc giving a mileage of 23.1 kmpl.
Price: INR 4.26 lakh onwards (Ex-showroom)
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