The wide body Logan rolled out on Indian roads to blot the new found corporation of Mahindra & Mahindra and Renault. It has seen much achievement since and is available in both diesel and petrol variants. The diesel variants approach with a 1.5L Inline-4 engines that produce 65 bhp. The petrol deviation come with two engine options: a 1.4L Inline-4 that delivers 75 bhp and a 1.6L Inline-4 that churns out 84.5 bhp. All variants come with a smooth-shifting 5-speed manual program. The predictable fuel economy is 10/15 km/l (city/highway) for the petrol variants and 12/17 km/l (city/highway) for the diesel variants. The preliminary price of Mahindra-Renault Logan is Rs 4.36 Lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).
The Hyundai pronunciation was one of the first sedans that made a tangible mark on the middle-class working expert in India. It comes with equal luxurious facilities of luxury cars that adorned it an impressive exterior. The Accent is obtainable in two variants – Executive and CNG. The Executive variants come with a 1.5-litre Double Overhead Camshaft (DOHC) petrol locomotive that churns out 94bhp of power. A 5-speed manual transmission gives fuel market of 8/13 km/L (city/highway). The same 1.5-litre engine powers the CNG variant and is improved with CNG kit. The starting price of Hyundai pronunciation is Rs 4.9 Lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).
Volkswagen Jetta is setting up a good marketplace in India with its imposing European design. Launched in mid 2008, Jetta is being assembled locally at the company’s Aurangabad facility. Available in both petrol and diesel version, the alternative are-1.6L Petrol Trendline, 1.9L Diesel Trendline and 1.9L Diesel Comfortline. This sedan offers a five speed manual program with an option of six-speed DSG automatic communication.
Thanks to its artistic designer, this stylish and bold looking sedan pretends to be much better than its actual size. The predictable fuel economy for the petrol version stands at 11.6/14 km/L (city/highway) and for the diesel account is 12.5/15.5 km/L (city/highway) The Price of the car starts with Rs 12.97 Lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).
Go Fida (Go crazy), says the Fiesta profitable. Truly, Ford really knows how to make cars grip, so even the cheapest Fiesta will thrill the driver in you. This sedan is roomier than others in its segment; its interior design makes utmost use of the additional width of the Fiesta’s body arrangement, provide ample seating for five adults. The Fiesta has three engine options: a 1.4L Duratec petrol engine that gives 81 bhp, a 1.4L Duratorq diesel engine that bring 67 bhp, and a 1.6L Duratec petrol engine that churns out 100 bhp.
Maruti Suzuki SX4
King of cars is a passé; here comes the men of cars. The SX4 is the tallest and broadest sedan in its section. Prejudiced by the latest European design trends, the SX4 boasts of a trapezium form with wide treads and large wheels and it events 4,490 mm in length and 1,735 mm in width to achieve an imposing stance. The SX4 comes with a 1.6L Inline-4 engines that churns out 102 bhp and is coupled to a 5-speed manual diffusion. The predictable fuel economy equals most others in its segment at 15 km/l. The preliminary price of Maruti Suzuki SX4 is Rs 6.18 Lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).
Hyundai is now putting mutually cars better than before and the Verna comes through as a quality produce with a tight notice to detail. It seems the car has spent some grave time at Hyundai’s proving grounds in South Korea to get its ride and handling sorted, while its architecture is stiffer than the Accent – allowing it to give a more integrated feel. Though its looks really can’t impress the buyer, its cost and presentation stand out in the competition. The Verna comes with a 1.5L diesel engine that produce 110 bhp and a 1.6L petrol engine that delivers 102 bhp. A 5-speed manual diffusion is standard. The estimated fuel efficiency is 11 km/l in the city and 16 km/l on the thoroughfare. The preliminary price of Hyundai Verna is Rs 6.26 Lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).
The Honda City is a great blend of inspiring style, sophisticated design, improved presentation, and supreme safety. The passionately crafted car with its unique ‘Arrow Shot Form’ design delivers a lively and path-breaking style. The engine is motorized by 1.5L, 4-cylinder i-VTEC engine that produces 116bhp. It is also acquiescent to Euro IV Emission norms and delivers a good fuel competence of 12 km/L in the city and 16 km/L on the highway. It is one of the up-market sedans, which gives an option of a 5-speed physical or a 5-speed routine transmission. The starting price of Honda City is Rs 7.7 Lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).
Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire
The Swift Dzire from the house of Maruti Suzuki is similar in front facade with its sibling Swift. It carries showy chrome grille and slightly sharper plan headlamps. The car’s interior does not lag following either giving comfortable look or feel. The Dzire provides a choice of the same two engines obtainable on the Swift. The petrol engine powered by 1.3L 16-valve In-line 4 churning out 87bhp and the diesel alternative get a 1.3L turbocharged DDiS engine that delivers 75bhp.
The Dzire comes with a standard 5-speed manual diffusion and an estimated fuel economy of 15.9 km/l for the petrol version and 21 km/l for diesel version. The opening price of Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire is Rs 4.7 Lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).
The recently launched new Honda Civic is the eighth creation Civic. It places itself in the entry-level D section and competes with the Toyota Corolla and the Skoda Octavia. The Civic design is young and trendy in contrast to its competitors. The Civic comes with a 130bhp, 1.8L i-VTEC Inline-4 engines that can be coupled to a 5-speed manual transmission or a 5-speed routine transmission. The Honda Civic was voted as? Car of the Year? for 2007 with top-of-the-line equipment, sporty looks, and choice of transmissions. The estimated fuel wealth is 8/13 km/L (city/highway). The preliminary price of Honda Civic is Rs 10.91 Lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). Honda Civic also has a new version – Honda Civic Hybrid that is improved with 3-stage i-VTEC + IMA that employs Honda’s 1.3L i-VTEC engine and incessant variable transmission. Carrying the price tag of Rs 21 lakh (ex-showroom price, Delhi), this green car is absolutely going to push the Honda sales.
The Octavia is well equipped with great technology and invincible performance. It is available with various features like a 528-litre double bed boot, anti-lock braking system (ABS), rear spoiler, alloy wheels, double galvanized body, tilt and rack adaptable steering, and so on. Inspired by the enthusiastic response of the Indian car buyers, the manufacturer offered a wide range of automobile to choose from. The Skoda Octavia series is offered in petrol and diesel versions with a choice of two transmissions, a 5-speed manual and a 4-speed routine. The Octavia current a 1.9L TDi (turbodiesel) engine that churns out 89 bhp and a 1.8L Turbo petrol engine that delivers 148 bhp. The probable fuel efficiency is 8 km/l in the city and 12 km/l on the highway. The initial price of Skoda Octavia is Rs 11.36 Lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).