The Maruti Suzuki Alto first arrived in the Indian market in September 2000. Over the next coming years, the Alto 800 became the nation’s favorite car.
The small but funky-looking car got loads of media and public attention for promoting USPs such as an affordable price tag, cool styling, low running costs, along with frugal powerplants.
A practical hatchback that didn’t cost much and was propositioned as a great VFM deal for those that wanted a well-priced new car for the city.
In a world that’s crazy about any car that even remotely resembles a 4×4, Maruti Suzuki’s tactics of shaping the S-Presso just like one did help its sales figures.
Built on the same platform as the Go hatchback, the Go+ is Datsun’s reply to vehicles like the Maruti Suzuki Ertiga but at a cheaper starting price.
With the demand for affordable utility vehicles going up every year, an offering like the Maruti Suzuki Eeco is one that absolutely leads the market in India.
Built on the Heartect platform and boasting a new design language, this Maruti hatchback is taking the fight to its rivals with a fever pitch.
While it may not be the fastest or the most spacious car in its segment, the Tata Tiago is absolutely the safest small hatchback in the country.