Sir, I am looking for Sedan with Auto Transmission in the range of 9-11 lacs. I can wait for 2 years, so please suggest some models which are readily available and are expected to be launched in next 2 years.
Published On : 2010-04-27 09:53:24.0 Kalyana Chakravarthy
hi...........this is mohan frm chennai y dont you go for maruthi sx4 with superior power and smooth driving experience can i hve ur number am working maruthi as a sale executive
mohan on 2011-02-09 07:00:38.0
Can you update me whether Manza has plans to launch AT variant/
Kalyana Chakravarthy on 2011-02-08 16:35:37.0
HI Fellow Car fans, any update to my question.
How is Vento's AT when comparted with Honda City AT or SX4 AT version.
Does Toyota Etios have any plans of launching an AT variant?
Kalyana Chakravarthy on 2010-12-08 11:45:31.0
Hi Sachin thank you
while searching little bit more, I found that SX4 is also offering a AT variant, price lesser than Honda AT variant.
I need your advice in choosing from the both, which one is better...
I may drive 25 -30 KM per day.
Kalyana Chakravarthy on 2010-05-14 13:43:54.0
In the range of Rs 9 -11 lakh, the most suitable automatic transmission car is Honda City V AT, which is available at an ex-show room price of Rs 9,77,500.
As of now there is no upcoming car with automatic transmission in this price range.
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