Top 5 Best Cars to Purchase Between 3-5 Lakhs in India, We all want cars like the series of Audi or the X Class of Mercedes or the SUV of BMW, it all depends on the comfort level. But, what about the budget? the above mentioned cars can give a big hole in your pocket? so what are the best cars in your budget? so here we list the range of budget cars, that ranges from 3-5 lakhs. Cars, we all love because of the comfort, Bike is such a thing that every youth in India wants, may it be for show off, or to easily connect with places fastly everyone needs a bike, but we get a thought of the high expenditure when you think of getting a new one? so here we list some budget friendly bikes in the segment of under 1 Lakh. Let’s get started.
Top 5 Best Cars to Purchase Between 3-5 Lakhs in India
1. Tata Tiago
Tata Tiago also has beena car from TATA which is the best-selling car for Tata Motors and the company now has aimed to be the number three car maker in India by the FY 2019. Tata Motors has also already grabbed the number four position in ahead of the Honda Cars. Now Tata Tiago is available in both the petrol and the diesel engine options. The petrol variants are priced about between Rs 3.24-4.99 lakh (ex-Delhi) amd the the diesel variant starts about from Rs. 4.99 lakh (ex-Delhi). The company now has managed to price up the car aggressively compromising much.
Price: Rs 3.3 – 5.85 lakh
2. Maruti Suzuki Ignis
The latest car from Maruti Suzuki and is its small hatch is none other than Ignis which actually was launched in India in the month of January in 2017. The car is now available in both the petrol and the diesel variants. However, only the basic and base petrol variants are priced at the range of below Rs 5 lakh. The car also has a decent ground clearance of about 180 mm and is now also onw of the first in the segment to get the DRLs. The dashboard of the car is finished in the black and ivory dual tone colour and the plastic quality on the Ignis is more premium and much better than some of the other cars in the range of this segment.
Price: Rs 4.59 lakh
3. Maruti Suzuki Swift
Recently done a study which awarded Maruti Suzuki Swift as the most popular car on the online platforms and why its shouldn’t be after all the Swift is one of the best and top most selling model of the company Maruti Suzuki, and for the starting of the month of January 2017 it was also the fourth highest and top most selling car in India at about 14,545 units. It also accounts for about 25% in the market share in the Indian passenger car market. The company is now selling the car in both the petrol and diesel variants and it will also soon be launching up the new generation of Swift in India in this current year.
Price: Rs 4.76 lakh
4. Renault Kwid
The Renault Kwid since its first and initial launch in the year 2015, has been the best and top most -selling model for the company and now it has also become a popular buy among all the new buyers. The car is available in both the 800cc and 1L engine along up with the AMT gear box which is actually placed as a rotary dial in place of a gear shift. The CMFA platform on actually which the car is based that makes the car spacious. It is also the only in car in current in the segment to get the highlighting 7-inch touch screen infotainment system with the navigation borrowed up from the Renault Duster which adds to that premium quotient in the car.
Price: Rs 2.94- 4.57 lakh
5. Maruti Suzuki Alto 800
The best and top market leader and the most and top selling car in the Indian market for a long time and now has been the small yet successful is none other than the Maruti Suzuki Alto. The 800 cc variant is priced about between Rs 2.84- 3.71 lakh (ex-Showroom) and the Maruti Suzuki has been very aggressive with the pricing since the very first launch of the car. Maruti Suzuki Alto K10 is the the powerful variant of the Alto series, that sheds about 67 hp and 90 Nm of torque and the company is to claim a mileage of 24.07 kmpl and the car also has the Maruti Suzuki auto-gear shift (AGS) technology.
Price: Rs 2.84- 3.71 lakh
Top 5 Best Bikes to Purchase Under 1 Lakh in India
Ask like most of us here at Chop News that what is our favorite sub-Rs 1 lakh bike is and more likely than not, the answer you’ll hear from is the Suzuki Gixxer, or its now faired sibling, the Gixxer SF. When the original and actual Gixxer was actually launched back in the year 2014,when most of us dismissed it as a back of Yamaha FZ16 clone, until we got rode it for the first time that is. Now, what this bike delivers is actually hard to quantify on the paper. It’s not about the most powerful bike in its segment, nor it is the epitome of the frugality. But if there is a bike that actually makes its case purely on its very own ‘X factor’, it has now to be the only Gixxer.
Price: Rs 80,528 (Gixxer, rear disc) / Rs 89,659 (Gixxer SF) (both prices ex-showroom, Delhi)
Bajaj Pulsar 200NS
The best and the second Bajaj bike on this list, but let’s face it now actually… it is really hard to be here. The very own Chakan-based this two-wheeler giant knows a thing or two about the process of making bikes that offer a great and phenomenal bang for your buck, and the Pulsar 200NS is a perfect and prime example of this. Later on a short hiatus from the market, the 200NS has been brought up back now in current as a BS-IV model and now also it packs up the same 199.5cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled motor derived up from the only KTM 200 Duke.
Price: Rs 96,453 (ex-showroom Delhi)
TVS Apache RTR 200 4V
The only TVS Apache in current has always been an interesting proposition in the list of the Indian bike market, as of now being up the only bike that it was developed on the tracks for race in the cities like Chennai and Coimbatore. Also, the blokes at Hosur have always been taking up the racing seriously and now they took up this approach to take up the motorcycles to a whole new and amazing level with the one and only Apache RTR 200 4V. As the name of the bike suggests that it packs up a 197.75cc, single-cylinder, air-and-oil-cooled engine that gets you a four-valve head and has derived it up from the company’s racing efforts.
Price: Rs 97,615 (ex-showroom Delhi)
Bajaj Avenger 220
Here, come The Bajaj Avenger now has been the mainstay of the Indian-made cruiser motorcycles and ever since it was debuted back in the year of 2005. The bike has now seen many of iterations over the course of the time and is now currently available in the 150cc and the 220cc guises. Now, the Avenger 220 uses the carburetted the great 220cc, single cylinder, air-and-oil-cooled, DTS-i motor from the great bike Pulsar 220, albeit in the state of the tune that’s the most suited for a cruiser. Even though it’s has been slightly down on the power and the torque as compared up to the Pulsar, it also has a wider torque curve aimed up at delivering a very strong low-to-mid range pull.
Price: Rs 87,331 (ex-showroom Delhi)
Yamaha FZ-S Fi
The Popular Yamaha FZ16 has really changed up the game when it actually arrived on the scene back in the early years of 2008. It really showed off the world what was possible in the 150cc category, a segment that it was getting a bit stale after it was kicked- started in a big and huge way by the actual original Hero Honda (sic) CBZ. It is packed a strong motor, by superb handling characteristics and mainly and most importantly, class-redefining style. The year of 2014 saw up the launch of the v2.0, the FZ-S Fi, which was actually built on the strengths of the original bike and now brought a massively and great refined fuel-injected 149cc motor to the blend.
Price: Rs 82,789 (ex-showroom, Delhi)