5 Best Cars to Buy This Diwali
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5 Best Cars to Buy This Diwali

As Diwali 2020 approaches, the spirits are higher as ever across the country. In India, we know how auspicious the festival of lights is, and we don’t miss a chance to celebrate the occasion with our families and friends. One such reason is the addition of another vehicle to your family, especially a new car! It is no less than an addition of a family member for petrolheads.

Some buy it as a necessity, and some buy to add to their previous collection, out of pure love for cars. If you too are browsing for one, we are here to tell you that you are in luck. Let’s talk about the 5 best cars to buy this Diwali!

Toyota Urban Cruiser

Toyota’s smallest SUV on offers, the Urban Cruiser, is nothing but a Maruti Brezza with a few aesthetic and interior changes. Under the category of sub-4m SUV, the Urban Cruiser is giving tough competition to its rivals like the Sonet, Nexon, and the Brezza. This wonderfully cozy and comfortable SUV has a stylish front grille, split LED rear combination lamps, and smart entry with Engine Push Start / Stop button. The Toyota Urban Cruiser is powered by a 1.5-litre four-cylinder NA BS6 petrol engine that produces 105 Bhp of max power with 138 Nm of peak torque.

Maruti Alto 800

The Alto 800 made it to the list because it’s one of the most common cars on Indian roads. Since it entered the Indian market in 2011, the entry-level hatchback has been the top choice of first-time car buyers. The latest Alto 800 is specially designed for the country, and it offers ample power with excellent mileage (fuel economy), and also it’s easy on maintenance.

The latest Alto offers more features than its predecessors. The features include a reverse parking sensor, speed alert system, ABS with EBD, etc. The hatchback is also available with an automatic gearbox option.

Kia Sonet

Talking about the latest entries, Kia introduced its third baby in the Indian market – Sonet. This sub-4m SUV was revealed during the 2020 Auto Expo. The Sonet, since its launch, has outsold all of its competition, setting a record for car sales post the lockdown. The Sonet is available with both petrol and diesel options with a manual gearbox or an optional 7 Speed DCT (in the GT line trim).

The Sonet also is the most feature-loaded car in the price range. It offers 57 connected car features along with a 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system, electric sunroof, Along with a 1.2-litre petrol engine, Bose premium audio system, LED sound mood lights, and a cabin Air purifier with virus protection.

Hyundai i20

The third-gen Hyundai i20 just launched, and the hatchback has already received more than 10,000 bookings! The car truly defines the word ‘Elite.’ The new i20 is available in four different variants – Magna, Sportz, Asta, and Asta (O). On the safety front, all variants of the new-gen i20 come with Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) with Electronic Brake-Force Distribution (EBD), rear parking sensors, and dual front airbags as standard.

The i20 comes with a 1.2-liter naturally-aspirated four-cylinder petrol engine, while the 1.0-liter turbo will be the sportiest model on offer. Transmission choices in the i20 include a 5-speed manual gearbox, a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic, a CVT, and even a clutchless manual gearbox or iMT. 

Tata Altroz

Tata Altroz front three quarter left

Tata’s horseless carriages are a combination of modern technology and old school comfort. Tata Altroz is no different. With world-class protection, ALFA architecture, comprehensive safety system, this handsome car has managed to bag a 5-star global NCAP safety rating.

The Altroz is available with both petrol and diesel engine options with manual and automatic gearbox options. The Tata Altroz not only looks stunning outside, but the interiors stand out too with a 7.78 cm touchscreen infotainment system, Harman Kardon audio system, leather seats, and much more.

These cars suit most needs and affordability aspects. So, which one of these cars are you bringing home this Diwali?

A large majority of people exchange their old cars when buying a new car for Diwali. While this method might be convenient for some, selling an old car instead of exchange can be more profitable as the basic refurbishment charges are often hidden and borne by the seller itself. You can get around 5% to 10% more value for your used car when selling it, making your new car purchase even more affordable.

Check out your old car’s value – Cars24.com

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