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  • Price Starts at ₹  10.90 Lakh

    Launched Date

    Jan 01, 2006

    Variants

    14 Petrol

    The Verna is reloaded and back. Is there enough here to impress? Yes. Don't get us wrong there could have been more - if you want to be greedy! But for the most part. The car remains one of the most modern, relevant, connected offerings with a huge array of variants to fit many budgets. And a lot of the equipment is standard across variants. The Toyota Yaris has failed to make a dent in this segment, though has its merits.

  • Price Starts at ₹  9.00 Lakh

    Launched Date

    Sep 21, 2017

    Variants

    50 Petrol45 Diesel

    Compared to the two Korean SUVs, the top-spec Nexon misses out on features like wireless charging or ventilated seats. However, these are quite exclusive features anyway so, none of the other SUVs in this segment like - Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, Toyota Urban Cruiser, or Ford EcoSport offer these as well.

  • Price Starts at ₹  15.00 Lakh

    Launched Date

    Oct 02, 2020

    Variants

    5 Petrol8 Diesel

    So many people loved the idea of buying the old Thar, but never did, because it was impractical for daily usage, not family friendly and quite tacky on the inside. The new gen model attempts to change all that! So the new Thar is a massive leap and finally becomes the car that many had always wanted the Thar to be. And obviously, If sports and adventure are what incites thrill and excitement in you, then you should go head over heels to buy the all-new Mahindra Thar. 

  • Price Starts at ₹  10.45 Lakh

    Launched Date

    Sep 15, 2022

    Variants

    8 Petrol2 Hybrid2 Petrol+CNG

    The Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara is a bit of an all-rounder. It comes with so many drivetrain options, there's one for almost everyone. What really impresses on the car are its looks, features, high fuel-efficiency and yes its off-road capability. It totally justifies being the flagship of the largest car brand in India. The only missing link is absence of Diesel and lesser number of trims on the strong-hybrid models.

  • Price Starts at ₹  10.89 Lakh

    Launched Date

    Aug 22, 2019

    Variants

    6 Petrol10 Diesel

    The Kia Seltos is bold, stylish, feature-packed and comes with several segment first offerings. Priced between Rs. 9.95 lakh to Rs. 17.85 lakh (ex-showroom, India) the Seltos compact SUV is certainly a premium yet strong value for money product. Moreover, it also comes with a range of smart, connected features. Overall, it does make a strong case for itself as a strong contender in the compact SUV space. 

  • Price Starts at ₹  8.49 Lakh

    Launched Date

    Sep 28, 2022

    Variants

    7 Electric

    If you're still undecided about buying an electric car and have concerns about things like range anxiety or driving dynamics, the Tiago EV addresses these well. It gives you the confidence of using an electric vehicle and doesn't cost a bomb. The hatch comes across as a good alternative in the market especially for urban commutes. If you’re looking to adopt electric mobility at an affordable cost, this is your safe bet.

  • Price Starts at ₹  11.32 Lakh

    Launched Date

    Jun 09, 2022

    Variants

    6 Petrol

    The compact sedan segment in India is undergoing an influx of fresher models with the Skoda Slavia and the hybrid version of the Honda City taking the fight straight to Maruti Suzuki Ciaz and the Hyundai Verna Volkswagen now has brought in the replacement to the VW Vento and yes it looks gorgeous. With a car like the Virtus, that is high on looks, features and two powerful petrol engines, Volkswagen might just hit it out of the park with the pricing.

  • Price Starts at ₹  89.41 Lakh

    Launched Date

    Dec 07, 2017

    Variants

    1 Petrol1 Diesel

    This is the most road-biased car from Land Rover yet. The Velar's design follows the Range Rover theme of being yacht inspired. That said, this car would still do what you would need off road. The latest from the SUV specialist Land Rover is the Range Rover Velar - what JLR calls its most road-biased car ever. The Velar takes it all in its stride with ease, though I have to say the P380 petrol doesn't quite come across as the powerful V6 it is. 

  • Price Starts at ₹  51.40 Lakh

    Launched Date

    Feb 13, 2023

    Variants

    1 Petrol
    Audi Q3 Sportback Ex-Showroom price starts at Rs.51.4 Lakh .Audi offers Q3 Sportback in 1 variants.
  • Price Starts at ₹  10.50 Lakh

    Launched Date

    Jul 21, 2015

    Variants

    18 Petrol11 Diesel

    If there's one thing that Hyundai is adept at, it is playing to its strengths of offering a car which is rich in features. The Creta is no different! With many class-leading features, it is a car that is comfortable, practical and offers a decent drive experience.