India is one of the most densely populated country in the world and that leads to most number of vehicles and pedestrians on roads. Driving here is not that easy and requires lots of patience. This is where Automatic gearboxes come in, no clutch, no changing of gears. The automatic gearbox used to come only in high-end luxury cars, but manufacturers have realized the importance of the AT transmission and they have started providing it in budget cars.
Here's a list of budget automatic cars in India!
Price - Rs 3.26-4.12 Lakh (Ex-showroom Delhi)
Alto K10 is basically a more upmarket version of the country's largest selling car Maruti Suzuki Alto , which was launched in 2006. The engine power, fuel efficiency, drivability and pricing make Alto K10 an easy winner. Powered with three 1-litre, 998 cc cylinders, the Alto K10 delivers an impressive power and fuel efficiency. Its K-series engine produces a peak power of 68 PS at 6200 rpm and the maximum torque of 90Nm at 3500 rpm.
Price- Rs 4.57 - 5.43 Lakh (Ex-showroom Delhi)
The urban, smart, & compact design of the Celerio X by Maruti Suzuki has made it an ideal choice for the congested Indian streets. Thanks to the advanced AMT (Automated Manual Transmission) which allow the Celerio to become an ultra-comfortable choice as well. The CelerioX comes with driver-side airbag as standard. Meanwhile, the passenger air bags and ABS are offered as an optional fitment across all trims. The CelerioX competes with Renault Kwid and the Mahindra KUV100.
Price- Rs 4.59 - 7.33 Lakh (Ex-showroom Delhi)
The Grand i10 gained popularity just after reaching the market and currently is doing best sales figure on the sales chart. The Grand, as it is popularly known as, follows the Hyundai trademark Fluidic design language strongly. The car looks slightly bigger than i10 and more like i20. The Grand i10 looks very premium and has currently is one of the best hatchbacks offered in this segment.
Price- Rs 2.61-4.53 Lakh (Ex-showroom Delhi)
Renault Kwid is one of the most popular entry-level cars in India. Although it belongs to the mini hatchback segment, where it competes with the Maruti Suzuki Alto 800, its SUV-inspired design gives Kwid an impression of being big and muscular. The Renault Kwid car gets a very affordable price tag, but is designed and featured as the perfect combination of decent power and high mileage, much to the likeness of the Indian roads.
Price- Rs 3.21 - 5.57 Lakh (Ex-showroom Delhi)
Tata Tiago is, undoubtedly, one of the best available options in the entry-level hatchback segment. It is based on the company’s new “Impact” design philosophy, which offers a driver-focused layout with best-in-segment size and proportioned cabin-to-body ratio. The Tiago hatchback is small but agile, and it does tick all the right boxes that make the car so competitive in its segment.
Check out the Cheapest Automatic Car in India.
Check here to know about Cheapest Luxury Car in India