Top 5 Cars For Daily Commute In India

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Purchasing an automobile is one of the most significant decisions we make as Indians. When it comes to picking the appropriate automobile, there are various aspects to consider. The following is a list of questions that every automobile buyer has:

1. Tata Nexon EV

The Nexon EV is now one of the most cheap electric cars on the market in India, with prices ranging from Rs 13.99 lakh to Rs 16.85 lakh. It now accounts for over 60% of total electric vehicle sales in the country. It has a 30.2kWh lithium-ion battery pack that sends power to the front-wheel-drive motor. The electric motor produces 129bhp and 245Nm, according to the manufacturer. It can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 9.9 seconds. Its battery pack can be charged in around 8 hours with a conventional 15A AC charger and in about 1 hour (up to 80%) using a DC fast charger.

Positive Points

– Low Running Cost compared to petrol/diesel cars
– Safest Made-in-India Product with 5 Star GNCAP
– Feature Loaded & Aggressive Price Tag
– Can be Charged At Home
– Claimed Range – 312km on a single charge

Negative Points

– Real World Range – 180-200kms
– Reliability Issues

2. Maruti Suzuki Celerio

The new Maruti Celerio is priced between Rs 4.99 lakh and Rs 6.94 lakh and comes in both fuel manual and automatic transmission choices. It is said to have a 26.68kmpl ARAI certified fuel efficiency. It’s driven by a 1.0L K10C 3-cylinder Dualjet petrol engine with 66bhp and 89Nm of torque.

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Positive Points

– Affordable
– Most fuel efficient car in India
– Decent space for 4 adults
– Maruti cars are easy & affordable to maintain

Negative Points

– Based on Swift’s platform, which scored only 2 star safety rating in GNCAP

3. Tata Tiago

With a 4 star GNCAP crash test rating and a price range of Rs 5 lakh to Rs 7.07 lakh, the Tata Tiago is the safest car in its class. It is driven by a 1.2L three-cylinder petrol engine that produces 85 horsepower and 113 Newton metres of torque. There are two transmission options: a 5-speed manual and an AMT.

Positive Points

– Affordable
– Decent efficiency – both manual & AMT
– Safest in its category
– Fairly loaded with features
– Handsome looks

Negative Points

– Interior quality could have been improved
– Engine performance is average

4. Maruti Swift/Dzire/Baleno

With a 4 star GNCAP crash test rating and a price range of Rs 5 lakh to Rs 7.07 lakh, the Tata Tiago is the safest car in its class. It is driven by a 1.2L three-cylinder petrol engine that produces 85 horsepower and 113 Newton metres of torque. There are two transmission options: a 5-speed manual and an AMT.

Positive Points

– Affordable
– Decent efficiency – both manual & AMT
– Safest in its category
– Fairly loaded with features
– Handsome looks

Negative Points

– Interior quality could have been improved
– Engine performance is average

5. Hyundai Grand i10 Nios

A 1.2L 4-cylinder Dualjet petrol engine, which generates 89bhp and 113Nm of torque, powers all three variants. While the Swift and Dzire have manual and automatic transmission options, the Baleno offers both manual and CVT automatic transmission options.

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Positive Points

– Easy to maintain
– Looks good
– Excellent engine performance
– Fuel efficient

Negative Points

– Fails global NCAP/ Latin NCAP crash tests
– Competition offers better features

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