Cars Under 10 Lakh

Most of the car buyers go for cars priced under Rs. 10 lakh in India. To go with the choice of customers, the manufacturers have to fit everything they can in this price bracket. Here are the 10 cars that provide unique features and surprisingly available in your price range as well:

1. Ford EcoSport:

This car has the largest touchscreen under Rs. 10 lakh category. The company offers first-in-segment features in its models. The Figo with 6 airbags and an appealing panoramic sunroof. Recently updated Ecosport launched in 2017 end, has increased the competition in the sub-4m SUV space with the addition of 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system which was only available in Tucson, Elantra, and Octavia, which are priced above Rs. 10 lakh in the country. The Ford SYNC 3 unit comes with CarPlay and Android Auto in relation to settings such as ambient lighting function. Further, the Ecosport is available in standard as well. Although, the lower variant has a modest 6.5-inch touchscreen.

2. Volkswagen Ameo:

VW Ameo is the most reasonable diesel car which comes with the dual-clutch automatic transmission. This Sedan is fully loaded with Polo GT TSI with a 7-speed DSG and a turbocharged petrol engine. It is powered by a 1.5-litre diesel producing a peak power of 110PS and a peak torque of 250 Nm. The mid-variant of VW Ameo, Comfortline is priced at Rs. 9.18 lakh.

3. Ford Figo:

The Ford Figo is one of the most economical cars available with electronic stability programme, traction control, and six airbags. Concerning the six airbags, they are available with range-topping Titanium+ variant and available as an option with the Titanium variant. In general, Ford is the producer of an entire lineup in India providing six airbags or more in models. With the 1.5-litre petrol automatic variant, the traction control (TC), Electronic stability programme (ESP) and a dual-clutch automatic transmission are offered. The petrol Titanium with six airbags and 1.5-litre petrol with 6-speed dual-clutch auto are priced at Rs. Rs 6.69 lakh and Rs 8 lakh respectively.

4. Honda Jazz:

The Honda Jazz is priced at Rs. 10 lakh in India and also available in a majority of markets such as the USA. It has a magic seat which gives more of space for luggage. But, the magic seats are only available in India with top-spec VX version in the country. Whereas the 2nd generation models are available as standard. The Honda Jazz is among the most reasonable cars in India featuring CVT auto and paddle shifters. The CVT is available with petrol engine V variant. The Honda Jazz VX petrol and V CVT petrol are priced at Rs. Rs 7.89 lakh and Rs 8.46 lakh respectively.

5. Hyundai Grand i10:

Like the every Hyundai car, the Grand i10 is also loaded with more features. The second-gen i10, the Grand i10 was already a loaded one and with the 2017 facelift, it has equipped with the 7-inch infotainment system. The capacitive touch-based unit is helpful in supporting Apple CarPlay and Android Auto in relation to MirrorLink.

6. Maruti Suzuki Ignis:

Maruti Suzuki Ignis comes with loaded features. It is the latest the most economical car in India featuring LED headlamps. The super white LED projector units in relation to U-shaped LED daytime running lamps raises the premium quotient of Ignis. In India, the Swift, the Dzire, and the Ignis are the only available cars under Rs sub-10 lakh price range and LED headlamps, further Ignis is less priced among them as well. The starting price of Ignis petrol manual Alpha is Rs. 6.50 lakh.

7. Tata Tiago/Tigor:

The Tiago-Tigor twins have a brilliant packaging. The inclusion of the sound system and Harman-powered infotainment unit are the main highlights. Both the Tigor and Tiago are available with a brilliant 8-speaker system. From the design and loaded features, it is clear that the Tata has leveled up them with features on offer and overall quality.

8. Renault Kwid:

The Kwid is available with three powertrain options including 1.0-litre petrol engine with both AMT (automated manual transmission) and manual transmission and 0.8-litre petrol engine with manual transmission. The AMT of the car is based on manual transmission only and becomes effective when putting in D mode only. The shifting mechanism is regulated by a dash-mounted rotary knob of the Kwid. The Kwid features a large 7-inch touchscreen and saves some space between the front seats as well.

9. Datsun Redi-GO

The Datsun Redi-GO features daytime running LEDs available in range-topping S variants which are priced at Rs. 3.54 in the country. This feature is mostly offered with premium cars only. The provided DRLs in the Redi-Go is so bright as compared to the new Maruti Suzuki Swift and the Hyundai Grand i10.

10. Tata Nano:

Although the Tata Nano is not a much selling car in India, it has some features which make it interesting to buy. The Nano is the cheapest and affordable automatic car to buy in the country. The top-of-the-line XTA features four-speaker setup, Bluetooth-enabled music system, instantaneous fuel consumption, keyless entry, gear shift indicator, and average fuel economy.
The nano is the cheapest car offering sunroof as an option. You can get sunroof fitted on Nano at approximately Rs. 6,500 above the price.