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What is the real value for money car in the Indian market- across the segments, whether small car, mid size or diseal and petrol etc..?

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Asked by Deepak Joshi, 29 Jul '10 07:37 pm
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Hi Deepak ,Choosing a real value for money car in the Indian market-can be quite a tough task, . So take your time, and do the market research. Get feedback from existing owners. Read up reviews on popular motoring magazines. With the correct information and your finest choice, nothing stands between you and your dream car.

If you are migrating from a two-wheeler or a Premier Padmini to a new car with lower budgets, the Maruti 800 and the Alto LXi are great options. These cars are absolute value for money, have incredible fuel efficiency, perform commendably, and most of all, are very easy to drive, even on bad Indian roads.
Next, decide which fuel your car will use: petrol or Diesel. Choose Diesel, and your choices are fairly limited. Also, your decision for a diesel car should be so only if you have a lot of driving to do.

info has been taken from - http://www.dancewithshadows.com/buying_small_car.asp
Answered by Musfer, 29 Jul '10 08:12 pm

 
  
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Small Car - suzuki
Mid Size -honda
Mid Sedan - toyota
Answered by anil garg, 12 May '13 12:37 am

 
  
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Idk
Answered by Raj Se, 19 Jan '13 04:51 pm

 
  
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Small Car - Chevy Spark
Mid Size - Suzuki Swift
Mid Sedan - SX4
Answered by shashank, 29 Jul '10 07:35 pm

 
  
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