The Indian automobile market is now flooded with many different car brands. For an Indian consumer, there are over 700 different types of cars available in India. And as more cars are being added every month to tap the potential of the growing Indian market, it is imperative that the second hand car market grows simultaneously.
If you are in no mood to buy a new car to stay away from high depreciation, utilitarian reasons or simply because of a limited budget, then at Cars360 we bring you a list of top 10 researched used cars from our website.
1. Maruti Suzuki Swift
The new Swift may look more or less unchanged, which is one reason why Maruti Suzuki does not want to play much with a tried and tested formula. Swift’s looks have made it the hottest hatchback in the Indian market since its launch in 2005. The car is compact, spacious and an easy to drive hatchback that gives a decent fuel economy at a competitive price.
2. Honda City
The most preferred sedan for an Indian consumer has always been the Honda City, and that hasn’t changed yet. Testimony to this fact is that it not only tops the list of available sedans in India, but also ranks second in the overall list. The City suits the needs of people looking for a mix of corporate style and a sporty car. The sedan is a reliable car and with the backing of Honda’s brand name and service, the sedan has managed to keep the age old sales record high.
3. Maruti Suzuki Alto
Maruti Suzuki Alto has topped the sales charts over the years being the most affordable hatchback from the Indo-Japanese manufacturer. The demand for the car has remained stagnant despite the introduction of new vehicles into the small segment of cars in India due to its resale value and low maintenance cost. People looking for used cars on a budget and prefer a used Alto as it is more affordable.
4. Hyundai I10
The Hyundai i10 is one of the better looking cars in the entry-level segment in India. Apart from the cosmetic appearance, the small car offers an overall decent package, features and relatively low maintenance.
5. Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire
Swift DZire is Maruti Suzuki’s most affordable compact sedan, which in itself has a good reason for being one of the most researched cars. Apart from this, the older version of the DZire, which is a bigger car than the current compact car, has also been included here. These used cars come at a good price and always have good resale value.
6. Hyundai Santro Xing
Although the production of the Santro Jing has now been discontinued, the used car is still on sale and has a good demand in the Indian market. It is the most affordable of the Hyundai cars in the market and if one is looking for anything outside Maruti Suzuki, what better rival can a consumer find than the Hyundai Santro Xing.
7. Hyundai i20
8. Maruti Suzuki Wagon R
High in space, easy to drive and company-fitted CNG and LPG kit, Wagon R has everything one needs to be a perfect everyday companion. Needless to say, it comes with all the other benefits of Maruti Suzuki cars like reliability, low maintenance and high resale value.
9. Hyundai Verna
The Verna is a C-segment sedan from Hyundai that is known for its luxurious looks and wide range of features. It is no surprise that this is one of the most researched cars in the second-hand car market. The Verna too had a diesel engine for a long time, something that was only introduced in the Honda City in the last one year, making it the preferred alternative to the old diesel car.
10. Toyota Innova
Toyota Innova has always been a volume spinner for the Japanese carmaker and was one of the first MPVs to be introduced in the Indian car market. Since then, it continues to be a leader in the MPV segment of vehicles and is known for its cabin space, reliability and low maintenance.
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