Hi Cardekho site is awesome ! Keep up the good work. Budget: less than 4 Lac. I use the car only on weekend city rides. 20 kms in a week. I dont go long drives. Which is best car should I go for? Mileage should be above 15kmpl. Planning to keep the car for next 10 years. Should I go for petrol or desiel and which is best car for me?
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Well, as per the daily running of your vehicle and according to your requirements, we recommend you to buy the petrol car as it will be more economical for you when it comes to maintenance and running cost. Moreover, go through the article "Which Car to Buy - Petrol or Diesel? We Have the Answer", it might clear your confusion.
Secondly, there are ample options available if you want a car in a budget bracket of 4.0 lacs such as Alto k10, Wagon R , Celerio from Maruti, Tata Tiago, Renault Kwid etc. Amongst these, Tata Tiago and Renault Kwid will be best suitable cars for you.
Tiago is amongst the most well-built and well-equipped vehicle. Tiago's 1.2-litre diesel engine churns out 85PS and 114Nm. The Tiago delivers a claimed mileage of 23.84kmpl.
Renault Kwid was the most awaited car before its launch. It has got spacious cabin compared to contemporaries with perfect price point- Ex-Showroom prices start at 2.7 Lacs and go up to 3.6 Lacs for the top-end. It is the most fuel efficient petrol engine in India. ARAI rating stands at 25.17kmpl. It is also the best featured car in your budget bracket.
You may also go through the article "Purchase Guide: Best Cars Between Rs. 2-4 lacs ", it might also help you.
Rest it all depends on your driving requirements. Do take a test drive before you make a final call. You may also call us on our toll free number 1800-200-3000 from Monday to Saturday between 10AM to 7PM. Our team will be happy to help you to choose the best car for you.
It is great that you wish to buy a new car and we are happy to be a part of your new car purchase. Choosing between the fuel type is always an important decision. If you drive for more than 1500 kms in a month, you should go for a diesel car and if you drive less then you should choose a petrol one. Click here to go through our story which would help you decide which fuel type you should go for. Talking about the cars that you have short listed, all of them are class leading. Swift is going to be face lifted this year, the ongoing version doesn't have that much to offer you. Baleno is great car and so is i20, there are quite a few differences when it comes to power and features. i20 comes with rear AC vents and Baleno has ABS and airbags as standard. Baleno also feels light on the steering but i20 does not. Both cars offer almost same amount of leg room and space. We would suggest you to go for Baleno if you are looking forward to buy a low maintenance car. If you are looking forward to buy a car which has better comfort features, go for i20.
Yes, certainly you can get a car on EMI. You need to take a car loan in order to purchase a car. The eligibility depends on your bank profile. You can get finance from various bank and even from the brands. The amount is disbursed in the dealers account and you have to pay the EMIs as per the calculation. In order to get further clarity over this you can click here or call us on our toll free number 1800-200-3000 (Mon to Fri, 10AM to 7PM) and our team will help you in the best possible way.
Hey Vinay, as of now we will not be able to share this as we are not aware of the norms that a banks follows while they decide the eligibility of loan. However, you can contact us on our toll free number 1800-200-3000(Mon to Fri, 10AM to 7PM) and our team will arrange a call back for your from our finance team. They will surely help you with this concern. Click here to check out our finance section.
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