Most Indians dream of owning a sedan car. When a family decides to buy a car, they spend days deciding on a car they can get within their budget. Owning a car is slowly becoming a necessity than a luxury in India. We have done extensive research for you and even considered the depreciation values. We have made a list of the top 3 low-price sedan cars in India, which are worth every penny of their price. They might not be the cheapest, but they are all low-priced and the best sedans in India.
1st Low-price sedan car - Tata Tigor
Tata Tigor is the first choice of most young Indians. This 5-speed MT or AMT car is available in diesel and petrol variants. And all of them have a 35-litre fuel tank capacity. The base Tigor looks similar to Tiago but it has newer designs and features. It is a feature-rich colour with its automatic climate control, electric ORVMs, EBD-integrated ABS, child lock, and central locking system. Tata has rolled out its iCNG variants too.
Price - ₹5.99 to 8.58 Lakh Multiple sources have listed different prices on the internet, but Tata has put the above prices on their website. Therefore, the base petrol model with AT is priced around ₹5.99 lakh.
Mileage - 24 kmpl on Diesel and 18 kmpl on Petrol The ARAI-rated Tata Tigor mileage is 17 km/l for the petrol variants. Therefore, even in difficult road conditions, it will not be less than 14 kmpl. A 1.2-litre Revotron engine powers the petrol cars and 1.03-litre Revotorq motor powers the diesel variants.
Competitors: The pricing at which both the petrol and diesel variants start has clearly left behind all the rivals. And with its 419litre styleback boot, it has more boot space than most competitors. Furthermore, it has a 3-cylinder layout. The interior and exterior looks and design make it the best value-for-money sedan in this range.
Tigor’s competitors are Ford Aspire, Hyundai Aura, Honda Amaze, Hyundai Xcent, Maruti Suzuki Dzire, and Volkswagen Ameo.
2nd Low-price sedan car - Maruti Dzire
Maruti Suzuki Dzire is second on our list of low price sedan cars in India. This sub-compact sedan has not lost its popularity over the years. The different variants of this car come with options of a 5-speed AMT or MT. After its recent update, Dzire can now boast auto AC with rear vents, a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system, and an idle stop-start. Dzire also has a CNG variant which only has a 5-speed AMT.
Price - ₹ 6.24 to 9.17 Lakh The price of the Maruti Suzuki Dzire starts at ₹6,24000.00 for the non-metallic LXi petrol model and goes up to ₹9,17500.00 for the ZXI+ AGS model.
Mileage - 23.26kmpl, and 24.12kmpl Maruto Dzire does not have any diesel variant. The petrol variant has a 1.2-litre that produces 113Nm torque and 90PS. The 5-speed manual models offer a mileage of 23.26kmpl, and the AMT models offer 24.12kmpl. The new models are more fuel-efficient because of the HEARTEC platform.
Competitors: Dzire has a bit more luggage space, is longer and more spacious, has a better pickup, and is more fuel-efficient than most of its rivals. Multiple points like low service cost, great ground clearance, and great mileage, combined with its good looks make it better than its competitors. The types of equipment and exterior styling make it worthy of this list.
Dzire’s competitors are Ford Aspire, Honda Amaze, Hyundai Aura, Hyundai Xcent, Maruti Baleno, Maruti Swift, Tata Tigor, Tata Zest, and Volkswagen Ameo.
3rd Low-price sedan car - Maruti Ciaz
Our third car might come as a bit of a surprise because there are cheaper options. But we have already mentioned that we have included the best low-price sedan cars in India. Ciaz can be considered one of the best ten affordable sedan cars here. It is the most price-worthy compact sedan. It has features like passive keyless entry with a push-button start, ABS with EBD, child seat anchors, dual front airbags, and ISOFIX rear parking sensors.
Price - ₹ 8.99 to 11.98 Lakh The price of the Ciaz is a step ahead of other cheap sedans, but it has some impressive features. It has cruise control, a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, auto LED projector headlamps, auto climate control, and leatherette upholstery. Ciaz has 8 variants. The base variant is Sigma and the top variant is Alpha AT.
Mileage - 20.65 kmpl The Maruti Suzuki Ciaz has a 1.5-litre petrol engine with mild-hybrid tech as standard. It can produce a 138Nm torque and 105 PS. The different variants offer a 4-speed AT or a 5-speed MT.
Competitors: It is able to produce more torque and power than its competitors. The after-sales service and pricing also make it a better choice than its competitors. Its stunning design and 4-cylinder engine also make it a better buy. Ciaz wins because of its practicality and functionality, especially after its new facelift.
Ciaz’s competitors are Honda Amaze, Honda City 4th Generation, Hyundai Verna, Maruti Baleno, Maruti Dzire, Skoda Slavia, and Volkswagen Virtus.
At times, waiting to get an app cab can be a headache. Therefore, we hope that we helped you in deciding on a sedan car for yourself. These are our top 3 low-price sedan cars in India. When you want to buy a compact sedan, these cars are a perfect mix of luxury and functionality. To know more about each car and its competitors, download the Park+ App. You will be able to read car reviews by experts, buy a FASTag for your future sedan car, find parking spots, etc.