India is country which knows for hatchback cars. The Maruti 800 sold over 2.5 million units since its launch. People of India want a car which has good mileage, comfort and look. Some roads of are very congested in India, a small car can easily drive on that cities and villages. Here is the list of Top 10 Widely Popular Hatchback Cars in India which people are buying most and enjoying the comfort of their vehicle.
10. Maruti Suzuki Alto 800
The car has amazing power steering that gives a good driving experience. The car has power window in the car, storage space for the driver side, and a digital clock. There is also an efficient air conditioning, a large glove box, bottle holders, etc. The air conditioning also provides one with a climate control system for the car. In short we cab say the Maruti Alto 800 is a car that is quite cheap and best car in India. It has 7 petrol variants and 3 CNG variants available in Indian Market. It gives average of around 22kmpl in petrol variants and 25kmpl in diesel variants. The Pricing for it is around Rs. 2.38-3.49 Lakh.
9. Hyundai Grand i10
The interior of the popular hatchback is very nicely made. Bluetooth controls and Audio sound is height adjustable on driver’s seat, but only top model variant has these features. Other features include USB port and AUX support, instrument console in vibrant blue, two-tone dashboard, silver casing for audio, a digital fuel meter and a up shift-down shift indicator, etc. The compact hatchback offers top-end safety features like Anti-lock Braking system , seat belts with pretensioner, dual airbags for the driver and the front passenger, auto-unlocking doors which automatically unlock on sensing an impact and a high-mounted rear stop lamp, though most of the advanced safety features only come in the top-end Asta Variant. It has 4 petrol variants and 2 LPG variants available in Indian Market. It gives average of around 19kmpl in petrol variants. The Pricing for it is around Rs.4.45-6.44 lakh.
8. Maruti Suzuki Celerio
The Maruti Celerio is a step-up from both the A-Star and the Estilo hatchback. Having lost ground in this segment to other rivals, the Celerio is Maruti’s weapon to regain the lost glory. The Celerio will be sold in a total of five versions – 3 manual and 2 automatic. Steering mounted controls, airbags and ABS are all provided as option. This grown up hatchback with a new modern design (done by Suzuki in Japan) is sure to get footfalls back into Maruti’s showrooms. It has 4 petrol variants and 2 LPG variants available in Indian Market. It gives average of around 23.1kmpl in petrol variants. The Pricing for it is around Rs.3.76-4.79 Lakh.
7. Maruti Alto K10
MSIL has rolled out the facelifted version of hatchback model Alto K10. Now K10 is available in six different variants with the same 1.0-litre, K-series petrol engine as standard under the hood. It is available in five speed manual gearbox and ASG transmission gearbox option, which makes it affordable for all in the series. However, its rear profile has clear lens taillight cluster and attractive bumper. This latest hatchback is bestowed with the same 13-inch steel rims with full wheel caps. The entry level variants have black door handles and ORVMs, whereas the top end variants have them in body color. It has 5 Petrol variants and 1 CNG variants available in Indian Market. It gives average of around 25.1kmpl in petrol variants. The Pricing for it is around Rs.3.06-3.82 Lakh.
6. Hyundai i10
Hyundai i10 is a nice hatchback car which people like most. You’ll feel nice is the overall quality of the interiors. It makes a maximum power of 69PS with an ARAI rated economy of around 19.81kmpl. The i10 at speeds over bad roads can also turn out to be not so comfortable for rear passengers. Prices for the Hyundai i10 start at Rs.3.99 -4.78 Lakh ex-showroom, Delhi and is a great hatchback.
5. Chevrolet Beat
The Chevrolet Beat continues to look contemporary with its futuristic design. The first thing that commands your attention is the over sized front and the chrome adorned chunky grille flaunting the Chevrolet bow-tie. This gives the Beat a very dynamic stance. The high waistline and sloped roof with rails on top make the car look interesting from the side as well. It comes with Petrol, Diesel and LPG variants. It gives aprx. 18kmpl in Petrol, 25kmpl in Diesel and 13kmpl in LPG variant. Price for the Hyundai i10 start at aprx. Rs.4.02-5.94 Lakh.
4. Volkswagen Polo
The Volkswagen Polo has been in the Indian market since 2009 and up till now, the car has put up respectable sales figures for the Indian car maker. However, rising competition from rivals with new age features has encouraged Volkswagen India to introduce a new facelifted version with improved styling and more features as standard. It comes with Petrol and Diesel variants. It gives approx 16kmpl in Petrol and 19kmpl in Diesel variant. Price for the Hyundai i10 start at approx Rs 4.99-8.18 Lakh.
3. Hyundai Eon
The Eon is the entry-level model in the Hyundai lineup. The small car is developed specifically for India and is positioned below the Hyundai Santro and the i10. The Eon is Hyundai’s answer to Maruti Alto range, as it continues to improve market share in small car and hatchback segments. It comes with Petrol and LPG variants. It gives approx. 21kmpl in Petrol and 19kmpl in LPG variant. Price for the Hyundai i10 start at approx. Rs 2.91-3.91 Lakh.
2. Maruti Wagon R
The Maruti Wagon R was first launched in India in 1999. People, then, were not too enthusiastic about the car, because of its awkward height. The Wagon R is the tallest hatchback in the country, as a matter of fact. But the persistence of the company and the consistency of quality did pay off. Maruti Suzuki has made a lot of changes to the interiors and the exteriors of the car.It comes with Petrol, CNG and LPG variants. It gives aprx. 20kmpl in Petrol, 26kmpl in CNG and 14kmpl in LPG variant. The price of the car ranges between apprx. Rs.3.52-4.35 Lakh depending on the variant of the car that one purchases.
1. Maruti Swift
Maruti Suzuki got a host of cosmetic updates and made its way to India. Maruti Suzuki has stuck with the formula of continuity and has not changed anything in terms of overall design but added few elements in it both inside and outside to give it new look. It’s available in Petrol and Diesel variants. It gives approx 17kmpl in Petrol and 23kmpl in Diesel variant. The show room price on it for Rs.4.42-6.95Lakh.
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