Top 10 Cheapest Cars in India

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India is one of the fastest-growing markets in the world. According to recent studies, more and more of the nation’s population takes a step up in terms of their overall financial standing.

Whether it be in the form of an affordable new car or a far cheaper used car, there seems to be no shortage of demand in the market.

Maruti Suzuki Alto 800

This simple city car followed many of the steps laid down by its predecessor – it was cheap, easy to drive, required barely any maintenance, and was fun to drive too.


Datsun redi-Go

Arriving in the Indian market back in 2016, the redi-Go became popular for its design and easily-accessible price tag.


Maruti Suzuki Alto K10

Serves as the cheapest car from Maruti’s stable, the new K10 model promises more but for a bigger chunk of your bank balance.


Maruti Suzuki S-Presso

Much of the car’s success has been attributed to its affordable price tag and SUV-like design.


Datsun Go+

Offered in variants that encompass cars that are bare-bones and decently-equipped – impressive for a budget 7-seater.


Renault Kwid

Thanks to its recent facelift, the Renault Kwid has become an even more compelling option for those that want something affordable yet stylish.


Maruti Suzuki Celerio

Just like other new Maruti cars, the new Celerio is based on the Heartect platform.


Tata Tiago

Since its launch back in 2016, the Tata Tiago has gained a reputation for affordable motoring without having to compromise on safety or styling.


Maruti Suzuki Wagon R

It has pretty much set the standard for a reasonably priced, spacious, and frugal hatchback in the country.


Mahindra KUV100 NXT

The smallest and cheapest car that the Indian automaker sells right now


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