One of the most crucial decisions that one can make in their lifetime apart from purchasing a house is purchasing a car. Not only does everyone want great mileage, sturdiness, quality, and power, but they also want their cars to look great AND not burn a hole in their pockets at the same time. Selecting the right car can be a daunting task, and often requires deliberations, with the whole family participating in what they think is the ideal car. Thankfully, the years 2018 and 2019 seem a great time for people looking to purchase new cars with tons of new releases being chalked up!
Tata Tiago, a great looking car with an optimal budget of about five and a half lakhs comes in a Hatchback model and is petrol powered. With tons of new features including appearance upgrades and a turbocharged petrol engine, it seems a promising choice for those seeking out more mileage and for those who want to conserve petrol.
Audi Q2, much more expensive than the Tata Tiago comes at an estimated price of about 18 to 20 lakhs and is an SUV which can run both on petrol and diesel. It has an extremely contemporary appeal, and is positioned slightly lower than the popular Audi Q3 model that has already been launched.
Providing competition to the Audi Q2, the Mahindra Y400 SUV is set to arrive for a price of about 21 lakhs. It is diesel powered and provides the option to the customers to select their own preferred colours and trimmings for a more personalized and enhanced buying experience.
One of the most looked forward to vehicle launches in 2018 has been the Maruti Suzuki Ertiga placed at about Rs. 6.5 lakhs, and is a Motor Urban Vehicle that can run both on petrol and diesel. Not only does this prove to be a promising choice price wise, but the reliability and the reputation of the brand have many new car owners excited.
Another addition from Maruti Suzuki, the Vitara is an SUV, and a more expensive version of the Ertiga which can run on both petrol and diesel. Vitara, available globally is chalked to cement the SUV space for Maruti Suzuki.
A pretty pricy car placed at approximately a crore, this SUV can run both on petrol and diesel. Further, the BMW X7 is fitted with an air suspension that allows the raising and lowering of the height to ensure smoother rides, a dynamic handling packaging including rear-wheel steering, adaptive suspension and many other such attractive and interesting features.
These are just some amongst the many wonderful options available to car owners looking to purchase new cars in 2018 or in 2019. Depending on the needs of the purchaser, the amount of usage, whether petrol or diesel is preferred, the ideal model can be chosen. Cars are undoubtedly fascinating, and it is great to be able to purchase one after conducting research to ensure that the purchase is not regretted!