Best Offers and Discounts for July
Getting good offers on cars that you have an eye for is an added advantage that will make your booking and purchase experience even more pleasant. MYNEWCAR India brings you some exclusive offers for the month of July and here are some of them listed out for you.
All the offers mentioned below are applicable to Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore during the whole of July.
Ford Ecosport -
Ford’s game changer for Indian market and the car which kindled the subcompact SUV segment in India. The latest iteration is a capable and competent SUV which has not lost its spark.
Ford Figo Aspire
Ford’s Figo Aspire was developed for the Indian market to take on the Maruti Suzuki Dzire and the Honda Amaze. The recent facelift gave it a fresh life along with a new petrol motor. The frugal yet brilliant diesel engine is still available and contributes to most of the sales.
Ford compact utility vehicle which is based on the Figo is a mature yet fun car with increased ground clearance for Indian roads and exceptional pricing which puts it along the Figo.
The newest iteration of the Amaze is a capable midsize sedan backed with Honda’s bulletproof reliability and after sales support. The Amaze throughout its five years of reign found its way into more than 2 lakh Indian homes.
Honda’s take on the crossover segment is based on the Jazz. It comes with some industry first features and a balanced ride quality along with the crossover stance.
Creta is the 10th most selling car in India despite its premium pricing, which speaks highly of the SUV’s capabilities. Smart looks combined with practicality is creta’s forte.
Hyundai Elite I20
Elite i20 was recently given a complete makeover which made the car even more desirable than the one that was replaced. Strong engine options and attractive features made sure that the car was very popular in India.
Hyundai’s entry -level offering for Indian market with a well-built cabin and frugal engine options. The eon takes its fight to the much-established players like the Renault Kwid and the Alto 800.
Hyundai Grand i10
Grand I10 - Hyundai’s bestselling model in India is a comfortable and practical hatchback which comes with an 83hp, 1.2-litre petrol and a 75hp, 1.2-litre diesel engine option.
E2o is the poor man’s Tesla in India which is made by Mahindra just outside of Bangalore. Powered by a lithium-ion battery, it is capable of producing 24.5 hp and 55 Nm of torque without melting the icebergs.
Mahindra KUV100 NXT
Mahindra introduced the KUV100 NXT which is an updated version of the KUV 100 with a different styling approach to hide its quirky demeanor, though it’s still priced very competitively.
Maruti Suzuki Dzire
Dzire was introduced in India 10 years ago and the latest iteration of the Dzire is still one of the best-selling cars in India with Maruti selling more than 25,000 units every month.
Maruti Suzuki Ignis
Ignis received mixed reviews about its styling when it was launched, which is a hit or miss. But, there is no accepting the fact that it is a well-made product from Maruti which has some character to it.
Maruti Suzuki Swift
India’s favourite hatchback is also the second best-selling car in India right now. The third generation of swift is a very capable hatchback with the same old formulae that made it a runaway hit back in 2006.
Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza
Maruti Suzuki’s answer to the ford Ecosport is a good looking compact SUV with ample space and practicality, backed by Maruti’s vast aftersales support.
Maruti Suzuki Wagonr
The tall boy design and enormous amounts of space made sure that the wagonr was a popular choice in the segment. It will be soon replaced by a newer model.
Tata’s baby SUV is a world class product with commendable street presence and attractive pricing. It is arguably one the best products from the Tata marque.
Based on the Tigor, the Tiago is a notchback with an impressive pair of powerplant choices. The 1.2 Revotron makes 89 hp and 114 Nm of torque while the 1.0 Revotorq diesel makes 69hp and 140 Nm of torque.
Tata’s small hatchback, based on impact design philosophy is a chic looking car with great build quality which also happens to offer a great value for money proposition.
Toyota’s latest entrant to the busy midsize segment is a great car and a worthy opponent to the much established Honda City, although it lacks a diesel motor.