It’s not easy to find cars that meet your requirements in terms of design, features, or power and that doesn’t break the bank at the same time. The following is a list of 7 best luxury cars, such vehicles which are definitely good vehicles and are subject to under 9 lakhs INR. The list is totally random and in no order.
India’s first five-star car in the Global NCAP testing, Tata has made every Indian proud of this achievement. The newest BS6-compact SUV produces a 170Nm torque of 118bhp while its 108bhp and 260Nm torque are produced by the diesel engine. Tata Nexon is definitely one of the best cars you might ever ask for under 9 lakhs.
The lowest priced version is 7.88Lakhs INR.
The second car in Indian history that scored 5 stars in the Global NCAP, Tata doesn’t mess around with the safety of its passengers. Even though it’s a hatchback, it’s still spacious and one of the most stylish in the list. The lowest model provides a Revotron 12.L engine with an output of 85bhp and a torque of 113Nm. There’s only one thing that people may find to be a dealbreaker that Tata Altroz doesn’t have an automatic transmission.
Lowest variant priced at 5.88 Lakhs
Maruti Suzuki Dzire
The Dzire has recently had a facelift to make it more attractive to its rivals. It is powered by a 1.2L 4-cylinder naturally aspirated petrol engine with a torque of 90 bhp and 113Nm. The engine is BS6 compatible. Dzire falls into the sub-4mt category, which faces the most competition, thereby allowing us since buyers have cheaper cars and better choices because of the difficulty that cars face each other.
The lowest model was priced at 5.89 Lakhs.
Hyundai’s first entry in the compact SUV market, the Venue was introduced in 2019 and continues to be a huge challenge for cars like Maruti Suzuki Dzire. The car has three engine options, two petrol and one diesel. The petrol engines are a 1.2L petrol engine with an output of 82bhp and 115Nm of torque and a 1.0L turbo petrol engine with an output of 118bhp and a torque of 172Nm. The 1.5L diesel engine produces 98bhp and 240Nm of torque.
Lowest version priced at 7.61 Lakh.
Hyundai Elite i20
Another Hyundai on the line, the Elite i20, is a country-loved car. It has lost its diesel engine thanks to the latest BS6 standards, but the petrol engine is nothing to be scoff at. The 1.2 L Kappa petrol engine has a torque of 81bhp and 113Nm. The hatchback features a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system that supports both Apple Car Play and Andriod Auto. The elite i20 has four different models called Magna, Sportz+, Sportz+ Dual Tone and Asta (O).
Lowest version rated at 7.38 Lakh.
Maruti Suzuki Baleno
Another Maruti on the line, the Baleno features a 1.2 dualjet engine with an 89bhp output and a 113Nm torque, coupled with a 5-speed manual transmission. The Performance Assertion of 23,87kmpl also comes with the engine. Baleno also has a house technology firm named the smart hybrid scheme, which boasts a car’s fuel economy. The car is even speculated to have a 48V hybrid setup, as there have been concept tests that could give it a small price boost and also an advantage over rivals like the elite i20 and Tata Altroz.
Lowest version priced at INR 8.23 lakhs
Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza
Third Maruti on the list, it shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone that Maruti is known to make budget cars that work. The BS6 Brezza has a 1.5L petrol engine with 103bhp and 138Nm torque. It’s similar to cars like Ciaz and Ertiga. The first manual transmission car to have the SHVS system is another new compliment to Brezza. The smart hybrid device is a very fascinating piece of technology. It uses two batteries instead of one, and it has a small electric motor. The electric motor often starts the car from neutral or when the ignition is switched on, saving the petrol.
Lowest version priced at 8.25 Lakhs.