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Safest Cars Under 10 Lakh In India

When it comes to selecting the best car that fits your family’s needs, there is also a question about family safety. Safety has become a major concern when selecting a good car for you. The major benchmark here is that the fully loaded model should cost less than Rs. 10 lakh (ex-showroom). What is our recommendation for the safest cars under 10 lakhs in India? Here is the list to make your purchase simple.

Hyundai Grand i10 Nios

Hyundai Grand i10 Nios
Hyundai Grand i10 Nios

The Hyundai Grand i10 Nios now comes standard with six airbags in both the AT and MT trim levels. It also includes a three-point seatbelt for the rear-center occupant, TPMS, seatbelt warning, and an ISOFIX child-seat mounting point. The Grand i10 Nios received two stars in the most recent GNCAP test, but this is expected to alter now that the car has six airbags.

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Renault Triber

Nissan Triber 7-Seater
Renault Triber

The French automaker’s sub-4 MPV in its top-spec RXZ AMT version is the latest addition to the list of safest cars under 10 lakh in India, and it has a respectable package. In the GNCAP crash test, the Triber’s top version receives four airbags and a four-star safety rating. It also includes TPMS but no ISOFIX child seat mounting points or a three-point seatbelt for third-row or middle-rear seats.

Citroen C3

CITROEN C3

The Citroen C3 is one of the few vehicles on this list that has not undergone a GNCAP crash test. It has dual front airbags, TPMS, child seat mounting points, and seatbelt warning as part of its safety package, but no three-point seatbelt for center rear occupants.

Tata Tiago

Tata Tiago
Tata Tiago

In the GNCAP crash tests, the Tata Tiago and Tigor received four-star safety ratings. Both of these Tata vehicles come standard with dual front airbags, TPMS, and a seatbelt warning system. Both vehicles, however, lack rear three-point seatbelts for middle occupants and ISOFIX child seat mounting points.

Maruti Suzuki Swift

Maruti’s most popular emblem will receive a new generation next year, but the present model has been on the market since 2018. It may not be the safest car in India, but it gets two stars in the most recent set of GNCAP crash tests and a safety suite that is standard in this market. Dual front airbags and a seatbelt warning are among the features on this list. There is no middle seatbelt or tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) in the back row.

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