Could you describe what Cheap is for you? It is a very relativistic term. However, who doesn’t want to buy ‘luxury’ at a very cheap rate, which is often associated with status symbols? Thus, below are some of the secure yet extravagant cars in the Indian market, which we have gathered in a form of a list that offers the best cheapest, and affordable rates along with fantastic features.
Many car shoppers are restricted by a tight budget, especially during these bad times of Covid-19; however, we have some good news for you all. If you are looking to own one for this New Year 2021, in order to enhance your garage, without having to meet a visitor in the parking lot of a Victim with tons of money, then this article is for you.
We have generated an impeccable list of the budget cars in an Indian market for January 2021, which includes Datsun Redi-GO, Maruti Suzuki S-Presso, and Maruti Suzuki Wagon R as well.
So, putting this in mind the viewpoint of affordability while producing performance at the same time, We have also jumbled up the list with automatics and manual cars that will be easier on your pocket, thus, here’s the entire list.
Note- The prices listed below are delimited by a key of the base price, on-road pricing, as of January 2021. Here is a list of the Top 10 the cheapest cars in India 2021
The aspect that is the pick-up truck might have started in the good old days, but it did not take long to realize that it might be profitable to establish some of their own, with Nissan being one of the first Japanese companies to take their games with its tiny yet advanced Datsun redi-GO. Benefiting from a twin-turbocharged Petrol Engine on offer, it pumps out a thumping 799 cc and 999 cc. Depending upon the modification and fuel type the redi-GO has a mileage of 20.71 to 22.0 kmpl and somehow manages to be the least expensive and most frugal. It is 5-seater hatchback with a wheelbase of 2348mm, length of 3435mm, and width of 1574mm.
If you are thinking to own it, you can order your own Dynamic and stylish Datsun redi-GO for just Rs. 3.19 lakh.
2. Maruti Suzuki Alto 800
The front-wheel-drive 5 seater hatchback is available in a price range of Rs. 3.27 lakh. Available in eight variants and in six colors, it is powered by a 0.8-liter 3-cylinder petrol engine that settles out 48PS and 69Nm. When run on CNG, it delivers 41PS and 60Nm with a ground clearance of 160mm and boot space of 177 Liters. Drivers of all forms and volumes are well fed for in terms of head and leg place, as well as flexible lumbar support to assist with back support on extended journeys.
Therefore, whether you are traveling on petrol power or else, ride convenience is the Alto’s strongest suit while giving you with benefits of a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto along with other features including front power windows and keyless entry.
3. Renault Kwid
There is a valid reason why the Renault Kwid is one of the best-selling in India as it couples everyday practicality with cost-effective ownership. The five seater hatchback is available in a price range of Rs. 3.42 Lakh are much fresher. Buyers can get the Renault Kwid, which has two petrol engine with 799 cc and 999 cc to offer. It is available with both automatic transmission and manual. Depending upon the fuel and variant type, it has a mileage of 20.71 to 22.3 kmpl.
If you are expecting a smooth and clean driving experience from the Renault Kwid then this one suits the level of elegance found in the latest models.
4. Maruti Suzuki S-Presso
Rolling around at the very bottom of this list is the Suzuki S-Presso, a small 4-seater hatchback sold in In India. This car sells for around Rs. 4.09 lakh mark. The S-Presso takes a BS6 1.0-liter petrol engine that is suitable for 90Nm and 68PS. It arrives with either a 5-speed AMT or a 5-speed manual gearbox.
In addition, coming with features such as a driver-side airbag, speed alert, front power windows, and keyless entry, rear parking sensors, ABS with EBD, are common on even the most affordable cars, like this one.
There are plenty of practical, sensible things to say about the Suzuki Eeco, such as it is a compact, five-seater Minivan that is designed to be affordable, efficient, and comfortable to live with. The Eeco is a van that is available with a BS6-compliant 1.2-liter normally aspirated petrol engine, sending power to the rear wheels with a 2WD system.
Eeco offers a seating capacity of up to seven people, is a comparatively inexpensive car to run, and should be on your shopping list. And this one will cost you around Rs. 4.30 lakh.
6. Datsun GO
While the Datsun GO, is one of the lower-priced five seater hatchback on available at the value of Rs. 4.60 lakh. well, this gets lots of upmarket features including the front and rear parking sensors, Anti-Lock Braking System, keyless entry, Power Windows Front, a Driver Airbag, and much more. Well, the spacious interior is well set out, and is available with both Automatic and Manual transmission depending on the variant type, having a mileage of 19.02 to 19.59 kmpl.
That probably will not come as a surprise to us as the brand has an outstanding credit for safety and has performed well in past reliability and comfort reviews.
7. Maruti Suzuki Celerio
The Japanese brand’s smallest and cheapest model, the Celerio comes with such a bargain- entry price of Rs. 4.81 lakh; you’d be excused for assuming it to be about as essential as a cardboard case on wheels. There is only one engine (58.33 – 67.04 Bhp, three-cylinder, 1.0-liter petrol), and it is cheap and roomy. Meanwhile, each version has five doors and this offers sets if features such as keyless entry, rear parking sensors, 14-inch alloy wheels, manual AC, a driver airbag, height-adjustable driver seat, and much more.
8. Datsun GO+
With the rise in demand for buying cheap cars for all your essentials, the major hams in the auto industry have propelled many new vehicles every year. Along with providing the advanced features, the cost also plays a very significant role when it arrives at the affordability perspective. There is no uncertainty that Datsun GO+ is an ideal car and of course, been the cheapest one when it comes to buying a car for more family people.
GO+ is a good buy if you are looking for a petite people mover with a 5 plus 2 flexi seats, is available in five variants: A(O), A, D, T(O), and T. you can enjoy your favorite music while navigating your way, and experience supreme luxury with anti-fatigue seats at an affordable rate of Rs. 4.84 lakh. The car procures its power by the same 1.2-liter from the GO, it carries a three-cylinder engine that makes104Nm of torque and 68PS of power.
So, a fine quick-revving engine that is a pleasure to ride with its light steering and peppy engine providing it a very agile nature.
9. Maruti Suzuki Wagon R
If you want a MPV looks, but in a package no larger than a town car, then the Wagon R could meet the draft. It was one of the first vehicles to use the high-sided mini-MPV device, and is one of the cheapest models you will ever discover. The cabin is big for such a small car, with lots of head- and leg space for four adults and that is so at the starting cost of Rs. 4.90 lakh. It is now 5mm taller, 145mm wider, 19mm longer, and owns a wheelbase of 2,435mm, which is 35mm extra.
The 1.0-liter three-cylinder engine produces 90Nm of torque and 67bhp of power, so this is best retained confined to town, where speeds are restricted. With the larger 1.2-liter four-cylinder engine making 13Nm of torque and 82bhp of power, the ride is fairly achieved.
10. Tata Tiago
Available in eight variants and six colors, Tiago comes with a single-engine option (1199 cc), in the form of a 1.2-liter three-cylinder. Speaking of the cheapest car, Tiago can fall under this, which delivers 113Nm of peak torque at 3300rpm and 83bhp at 6000rpm. The engine arrives mated to a regular five-speed manual, with the AMT automatic transmission. The Tata Tiago comes with lately created visible lines and alloy wheels, creases, and updated LED taillights; all of which make the hatchback more stylish and sporty. Even The interior gets a cool update over its forerunner for freshness.
Overall, we can say that it offers good value for money and powerful equipment on the suitable trim kits. Thus, this helps the Tata Tiago play well on performance as well as the price as it can just cost you around Rs. 5.22 lakh.
So, tell us, which you would prefer that could match up your pocket!
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