Most Popular Cars Of 2017

2017 was quite an exciting year for Indian customers as a range of new cars launched here. Some were really amazing to hold your attention and some just vanished at their own pace.

Here are the top 10 cars appeared in the Indian market and gathered a lot more regards.

1. Ford EcoSport

The sub-4m SUV was launched by the Ford EcoSport. The launch was necessary to compete with the Honda WR-V, the Tata Nexon, and the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza. Many car buyers waited a long with eagerness to see Ford product in the latest offering, and even automaker didn’t disappoint its customers. With the revised look, the EcoSport received a more powerful 1.5-litre, 3-cylinder Dragon engine, and some additive features as well in the same price range. The re-entry of the new EcoSport proved necessary to compete with rivals.

2. Hyundai Verna

Hyundai with the expectation to get lead in SUVs and Crossover segment launched the next-generation Verna. Although, the car is generating great leads it couldn’t completely shed off the competitor the Honda City and the Maruti Suzuki Ciaz. As a customer, the new launch in this C-segment sedan space obviously provided a better option in a well-priced range to us. This segment plays a very important role in India and this is the reason the updated version received so much attention.

3. Maruti Suzuki S-Cross

The updated version of the 2015 S-Cross is improved in a manner to correct the wrong in the model. The changes are made in looks, styling, and SUV detailing with the approximately same price range. It is updated with a bulging bonnet, wider tires, alloys wheels, vertical-slat grille, and stronger road presence. The new model of Suzuki S-cross is better comparatively and making a good number of sales as expected by the Maruti.

4. Skoda Kodiaq

The ladder frame production in the Ford Endeavour, the Toyota Fortuner, and the outgoing Hyundai Santa Fe have created a place for Skoda Kodiaq to exist with a 7-seater soft-roader to thrive. The Skoda Kodiaq is quite comfortable in the environment with no rival nearby. The Skoda Kodiaq is generating 250 units sale per month and utilizing the SUV market well.

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5. Tata Nexon

Without utilizing the boxer approach in SUV/Crossover segment, the Tata Nexon stands out among competitors. Its approach to reach the customers without muscular appearance is amazing and catches more attention. The car wears more beauty with white design elements and style. This model makes the competitor at the knife and overpriced. It is expected that the Tata Nexon will turn as the fortune of the company around in 2018.

6. Skoda Octavia RS

This is a three-box car with revolutionary updates. The new Skoda Octavia RS is the sedan with the great operability according to its weight. The car is powered by the 2.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine which generates a maximum power of 230PS and a peak torque of 350 Nm.

7. Jeep Compass

Jeep has a range of products in India, some are overpriced and some are the most expensive one. But Jeep socked everybody with the launch of the Compass at Rs 15 lakh. The Jeep compass goes against the two SUVs of Hyundai, the Tucson, and the Creta. Some other segments as well feeling the fumes of newly launched Jeep Compass.

8. Maruti Suzuki Dzire

The new Maruti Suzuki Dzire takes stylish curves, spacious cabin, and a proportionate side profile with a long list of features. There is no doubt about the sale of the car among its rivals. Coming to space, it holds 2/3rd of the sedan space.

9. Maruti Suzuki Baleno RS

This is the first time, Maruti takes the RS name and 1.0-litre Booster jet engine. For the first time, an addition of a turbocharged petrol engine and lightweight acceleration figures are well-managed. The car is faster and expensive than the Baleno.

10. Mercedes-Benz E-Class

Mercedes-Benz E-Class is a successful car. It has a rear seat legroom like no other, 86mm shy of the S-Class, wheelbase of 3079mm, and A 3.0-litre V6 with a 0-100kmph acceleration figure of 7.08 seconds (tested) makes it the best performing model.